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# Mathematics 3

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1. 1. Final Term Exams Part 1 – Objective T.O 2 – Subjective T.S Total % age GradeQ No 1(a) 1(b) 2(a) 2(b) 3 4 5 6 Marks 5 5 10 5 5 30 20 10 15 45 75 Obtained Marks Teacher’s Signature Re-checker’s Signature Remarks General Instructions 1) Cutting and overwriting is not allowed. 2) Use ofEraser is prohibited. 3) No consultation and whispering Time: 20 minutes OBJECTIVE Marks: 30 (Part-1) Q.1 (a) Fill in the blanks. / 5 marks i. 5 m = _________cm ii. 300 cm = _______m iii. 1 km + 20 m = ________m iv. 5 1 is ____ than . 6 3 v. 2 1 is ____ than . 5 2 (b) Match the column A with column B? / 5 marks column A column B 1 2 1 3 3 9 2 10 1 5 3 6 3 18 2 5 6 15 1 6 Subject: Mathematics Name: Total Time: 2 hours Class / Section: 3/ Total Marks: 75 Roll No: Date:_____________
2. 2. Q.2 (a) dodging tables? / 10 marks 1. 6  _________ = 12 2. ________ 5 = 30 3. 6  _________ = 54 4. 8  _________ = 64 5. 9  ______ = 36 6. ______ 8  = 56 7. ______ 7 = 42 8. _________ 7  = 49 9. _________ 7  = 14 10. 7  _________ = 28 (b) Fill in the boxes? / 5 marks 1. 5m 60 cm = cm 2. 18 ÷ 9 = 3. 7 l 10 ml = ml 4. 27 ÷ 3 = 5. 3705ml = l Q.3 Multiple Choice Questions. /5 marks 1. 1km = _____________m a.100 b.10 c.1000 d.10000 2. 1m = ________cm a.10 b.100 c.1000 d.10000 3. 50  5 =_____ a.10 b.1 c.5 d.50 4. Arrange 3 5 1 , , 4 6 2 in descending order. a. 3 5 1 , , 4 6 2 b. 3 1 5 , , 4 2 6 c. 1 5 3 , , 2 6 4 d. 5 3 1 , , 6 4 2 5. Arrange 1 2 1 , , 4 3 6 in ascending order.
3. 3. a. 1 1 2 , , 6 4 3 b. 3 15 c. 1 1 2 , , 4 6 3 d. 1 2 1 , , 4 3 6
4. 4. Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes SUBJECTIVE Marks: 45 (Part-2) Q.4 Answer the short questions (any ten) 10×2 = 20 1. What are the standard units for measuring length? 2. Add the following 45 m 10cm + 21m 15cm 3. Find the quotient and remainder in each of the following. 4 7 Quotient: Remainder: 4. When an odd number between 20 and 30 is divided by 3, the remainder is 1. What is this number? 5. Children share 10 lollipops equally. How many lollipops does each child get? = Each child gets lollipops. 6.30 ribbon bows are shared equally among 10 girls. How many ribbon bows does each girl get? = Each child gets ribbon bows. 7. Malik has 45 books. He puts 5 books on one shelf. How many shelves does he need for all the books? = There are roses in each vase. 8. What is perimeter? 9. What is area? 10. What is volume? 11. What are the units of volumes? 12. Solve it: 14 l 550 ml – 3 l 450 ml = ----------- 13. How many wheels 2 rickshaws have? 14. Add: 1 5 6 12  15. Subtract: 8 2 9 3  Q.6 Answer the following long questions (Any 2) 5 × 2 = 10
5. 5. 1. Solve the following. (a) 5 0 4 3 (b) 4 5 1 2 + 3 8 2 3 + 2 3 4 7 ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ 2. Solve the following. (a) 2 1 2 1 (b) 3 5 0 0 - 1 7 6 - 1 2 9 1 ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ 3. Solve: 2 624 Q.4 Find the perimeter of each of the shapes below. (a) 2 m Rectangle 7 m Perimeter = (b) 1 m Rectangle 4 m Perimeter = Q.7 Word Problems. (Any 3) 5 × 3 = 15
6. 6. 1. There were 5870 children and 2988 fewer adults than children at a book fair. How many people were there at the book fair altogether? 2. 364 pots of plants are arranged in 7 rows. How many pots of plants are there in 1 row? 3. 768 students are divided equally into groups. If there are 8 students in each group, how many groups are there? 4. Peter drinks 850ml and Jane drinks 630 ml of water every day. How much water do peter and Jane drink in two days? 5. The bar graph shows the number of visitors to an art museum in 5 months. Use the bar graph to answer the questions. (a) How many visitors were there in may? (b) How many fewer visitors were there in January than in February? (c) In which month were the visitors 3 times as many as the visitors in April? (d) How many people visited the art museum in March, April, and May altogether?