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We can measure objects by comparing them with other objects like clips, ribbons, pencils or using our body parts for example handspan, foot, cubit and stride. These are non-standard units of length.
In 3rd Grade Money Worksheet we will solve how to convert rupees into paise, how to convert paise into rupees, addition of money, subtraction of money and how to make a bill. Which is the highest value coin?
In 3rd Grade Geometrical Shape Worksheet we will answer the different type of questions on straight line, curve line, plane shape, solid shapes, drawing solids on a lat surface, and tangrams.
A map is a drawing that gives us information about the place. For example, a map of a bedroom might show where the bed,, dressing table, cupboards are. A map of a city or a locality shows streets, highways, schools or landmark etc.
Tangram is a traditional Chinese geometrical puzzle with 7 pieces (1 parallelogram, 1 square and 5 triangles) that can be arranged to match any particular design. In the given figure, it consists of one parallelogram (6) one square (4) and five triangles (1. 2, 3,5 and 7)
We can draw 3D shape like cube, cuboid, on a dotted sheet. There are two different sheets – ordinary sheet and isometric sheet. Isometric sheet is a special paper with dots at equal distance, which help us to draw 3D shapes.
In third grade geometry activities kids will learn about the basic shapes (solids). We know, about some of the geometrical shapes like cuboid, cube, cylinder, cone, sphere, triangular prism, etc.
What are the different types of lines? There are two different kinds of lines. (i) Straight line and (ii) Curved line. There are three different types of straight lines. (i) Horizontal lines, (ii) Vertical lines and (iii) Oblique or slanting lines.
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on rupees and paise to convert the given amount of money into paise and to convert the given amount of money into rupees. I. Convert the following money
Let us consider some of the word problems on subtraction of money. We have solved the problems in both the methods i.e., with conversion into paise and without conversion into paise.
We often buy things and then we get money bills of the items. The shopkeeper gives us a bill containing information about what we purchase. Different items purchased by us, their rates and the total
We will practice the questions given in the worksheet on bills and billing of different items. We know bill is a slip of paper on which a shopkeeper notes down the requirements of a buyer
In subtraction of money we will learn how to subtract the amounts of money involving rupees and paise to find the difference. We carryout subtraction with money the same way as in decimal numbers. While subtracting we need to follow that the amounts of money is converted
We will learn in the simplest way how to find the parametric equations of the hyperbola. The circle described on the transverse axis of a hyperbola as diameter is called its Auxiliary Circle.
We will learn how to find the position of a point with respect to the ellipse. The point P (x1, y1) lies outside, on or inside the hyperbola x^2/a^2 - y^2/b^2 = 1 according
We will discuss about the latus rectum of the hyperbola along with the examples. Definition of the latus rectum of an hyperbola: The chord of the hyperbola through its one focus
We will learn how to find the two foci and two directrices of the hyperbola. Let P (x, y) be a point on the ellipse. x^2/a^2 - y^2/b^2 = 1 or, b^2x^2 - a^2y^2 = a^2b^2 Now form the above diagram
We will discuss about the transverse and conjugate axis of the hyperbola along with the examples. Definition of the transverse axis of the hyperbola: The transverse axis is the axis of a hyperbola
We will discuss about the centre of the hyperbola along with the examples. The centre of a conic section is a point which bisects every chord passing through it. Definition of the centre
We will discuss about the vertex of the hyperbola along with the examples. Definition of the vertex of the hyperbola: The vertex is the point of intersection of the line perpendicular
We will learn how to find the standard equation of a hyperbola. Let S be the focus, e (> 1) be the eccentricity and line KZ its directrix of the hyperbola whose equation is required.
We will discuss the definition of hyperbola and how to find the equation of the hyperbola whose focus, directrix and eccentricity are given. If a point (P) moves in the plane in such
In addition of money we will learn how to add the amounts of money involving rupees and paisa together. We carryout with money the same way as in decimal numbers. While adding we need to follow that the amounts of money is converted into paisa.
We will discuss about the conversion of rupees and paise (i.e. from rupees into paise and from paise into rupees). How to convert rupees into paise? First we need to remove the point and then remove
Rules for writing money in words and figure: 1. Abbreviation used for a rupee is Re. and for 1-rupee it is Re. 1 2. Rupees is written in short, as Rs., as 5-rupees is written as Rs. 5
We will learn the transformation of general form into intercept form. To reduce the general equation Ax + By + C = 0 into intercept form (x/A + y/B = 1): We have the general equation Ax + By + C = 0.
We will discuss here about coins and currency notes. We are already aware of the following coins and notes. Coins of 1 paise, 2 paise, 5 paise are not available
In India we use rupees and paise as money. In our daily life we purchase the required things from a shop and pay money to the shopkeeper for the purchased thing.
In 3rd Grade Multiplication Worksheet we will solve how to divide using multiplication tables, relationship between multiplication and division, problems on properties of division, long division method, word problems on long division.
In 3rd Grade Multiplication Worksheet we will solve how to multiply 2-digit number by 1-digit number without regrouping, multiply 2-digit number by 1-digit number with regrouping, multiply 3-digit number by 1-digit number without regrouping, multiply 3-digit number
As we know that the division is to distribute a given value or quantity into groups having equal values. In long division, values at the individual place (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Ones) are dividend one at a time starting with the highest place.
The properties of division are discussed here: 1. If we divide a number by 1 the quotient is the number itself. In other words, when any number is divided by 1, we always get the number itself as the quotient. For example: (i) 7542 ÷ 1 = 7542 (ii) 372 ÷ 1 = 372
Let us learn division using tables. 1. Divide 35 ÷ 7 Solution: 1 × 7 = 7; 2 × 7 = 14; 3 × 7 = 21; 4 × 7 = 28; 5 × 7 = 35 Thus, there are 5 sevens in 35. So, 35 ÷ 7 = 5.
We know that multiplication is repeated addition and division is repeated subtraction. This means that multiplication and division are inverse operation. Let us understand this with the following example.
How to divide by repeated subtraction? We will learn how to find the quotient and remainder by the method of repeated subtraction a division problem may be solved.
We will learn division sharing and grouping. Share eight strawberries between four children. Let us distribute strawberries equally to all the four children one by one.
Practice the worksheet on facts about division. We know, dividend is always equal to the product of the divisor and the quotient added to the remainder. This will help us to solve the given questions. 1. Fill in the blanks: (i) Division is __ subtraction.
We have already learned division by repeated subtraction, equal sharing/distribution and by short division method. Now, we will read some facts about division to learn long division. 1. If the dividend is ‘zero’ then any number as a divisor will give the quotient as ‘zero’.
3rd grade math worksheets is carefully planned and thoughtfully presented on mathematics for the students. Teachers and parents can also follow the worksheets to guide the students.
To multiply a number by 10, we simply put a zero to the right of the number. To multiply a number by 20, 30, 40, ……… 90, we multiply the given number by 2, 3, 4, ….. 9 and put one zero to the right of product.
To estimate the product, we first round off the multiplier and the multiplicand to the nearest tens, hundreds, or thousands and then multiply the rounded numbers. Estimating products by rounding numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand etc., we know how to estimate
Here we will learn multiplying 3-digit number by 1-digit number. In two different ways we will learn to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number. 1. Multiply 201 by 3 Step I: Arrange the numbers vertically. Step II: Multiply the digit at the ones place by 3.
In 3th Grade Addition Worksheet we will solve how to subtract 3-digit numbers by expansion, subtraction of 3-digit numbers without regrouping, subtraction of 3-digit numbers with regrouping, properties of subtraction, estimating the difference and word problems on 3-digit
Here we will learn multiplying 2-digit number by 1-digit number. In two different ways we will learn to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number. Examples of multiplying 2-digit number by
There are six properties of multiplication of whole numbers that will help to solve the problems easily. The six properties of multiplication are Closure Property, Commutative Property, Zero Property, Identity Property, Associativity Property and Distributive Property.
Let us study the table and revise the times table 1 to 10. For example to multiply 5 and 7 move along row 5 to the column 7 you will get 35 as product of the two numbers.
In 10 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 10. We read ten times table as: One time ten is 10 Two times ten is 20 Three times ten is 30 Four times ten is 40
In 9 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 9. We read nine times table as: One time nine is 9 Two times nine is 18 Three times nine is 27 Four times nine is 36
In 8 times table we will learn how to read and write multiplication table of 8. We read eight times table as: One time eight is 8 Two times eight is 16 Three times eight is 24 Four times