Worksheet on Third Grade Math

Revise the different types of questions given in the worksheet on third grade math. Engage the third graders to practice all the topics covered in math before the exam. The purpose of this sheet is to improve the mathematical skills of the children learned in third grade.

1. Write the numerals:

(i) Nine thousand four hundred thirty two

(ii) Two thousand nine hundred seventy one


2. Write in composite form:

(i) 300 + 60 + 3

(ii) 4000 + 500 + 70 + 5


3. Write the numerals in words:

(i) 569

(ii) 7279


4. Encircle the smallest number:

3294, 9999, 1991, 1111, 1999


5. Arrange the numbers in ascending order:

(i) 289, 982, 892, 928, 829, 298

(ii) 2345, 3452, 4532, 5432, 4523


6. Observe the pattern and write 3 more numbers:

(i) 917, 912, 907, …………, …………, ………… .

(ii) 2132, 2139, 2146, …………, …………, ………… .


7. (i) Express the number 234 in Roman numerals.

(ii) Express 132 in Roman numerals and XXVII in English numerals.


8. Find the sum of the following:

(i) 2814 + 526

(ii) 3090 + 5817


9. In a village there are 365 males, 356 females and 212 children. Find the total population of the town.


10. Find the difference:

(i) 804 – 609

(ii) 5205 – 4694

(iii) How much is 1240 greater than 928?

(iv) What number should be subtracted from 4138 to get 3500?

(v) What number should be added to 3254 to get 5000?


Answers for the worksheet on third grade math are given below to help the students to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (i) 9432

(ii) 2971


2. (i) 363

(ii) 4575


3. (i) Five hundred sixty nine

(ii) Seven thousand two hundred seventy nine


4. Smallest number is 1111

5. (i) 289, 298, 829, 892, 928, 982

(ii) 2345, 3452, 4523, 4532, 5432


6. (i) 917, 912, 907, 902, 897, 892

(ii) 2132, 2139, 2146, 2153, 2160, 2167


7. (i) CCXXXIV

(ii) CXXXII, 27


8. (i) 3340

(ii) 8907


9. 933 people

10. (i) 195

(ii) 511

(iii) 312

(iv) 638

(v) 1746

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