Math Olympiad Grade 3 Numbers Test-5


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Numbers Worksheet

 

  1. What number does point D represent on the following number line?

       A. 60                   B. 66                   C. 68                   D. 64

 

  1. A town's population was 43,776 in 2001. Round the population to the nearest thousand.

       A. 44,000                                       B. 43,000

       C. 43,500                                        D. 43,700

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  1. The table below shows the data collected among an elementary school children to know their favorite sports. How many children did not choose Baseball as their favorite sport?

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       A. 21                    B. 25                   C. 24                   D. 30

 

  1. The greatest number from the following is:

       A. 443                 B. 498                C. 489                D. 495

 

  1. The least number among the following is:

       A. 462                 B. 426                 C. 264                 D. 246

 

  1. What number does point Q represent on the number line shown below?

       A. 99                   B. 90                   C. 77                   D. 88

 

  1. On a number line, which number will be on the left side of the number 39,101?

       A. 39,110           B. 39,120            C. 39,001           D. 39,190

 

  1. The table below shows the data collected among an elementary school children to know their favorite sports. See the table to answer this question. How many children chose skating and swimming as their favorite sports?

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       A. 5                      B. 15                    C. 3                     D. 13

 

  1. Which symbol should be written in the box below to make the number sentence correct?

       275   □  527

       A. >                     B. <                     C. =                     D. all the above

 

  1. How do you write 89,310 in expanded form?

       A. 80,000 + 9,000 + 300                  

       B. 80,000 + 9,000 + 300 + 1

       C. 80,000 + 9,000 + 30 + 100

       D. 80,000 + 9,000 + 300 + 10

 

Answers

(1)–D; (2)–A; (3)–C; (4)–B; (5)–D; (6)–D; (7)–C; (8)–A; (9)–B; (10)–D