Maths-Olympiad-Interactive-Quizzes



 

This e-book contains interactive quizzes in Maths for Grade 3 Olympiad students.
There are total 64 quizzes and each quiz has 25 questions.
Pattern of questions : Multiple Choice Questions.
Table of Content: Addition & Subtraction, Bar & Tally Chart, Clock And Calendar, Decimal, Division, Division & Multiplication, Fractions & Decimals, Geometry, Measurement, Mix Review, Money, Multiplication,Numbers, Pictograph, Probability, Rounding & Ordering

Fractions & Decimals Worksheet-3

 

  1. What fraction of the fruits on the plate are apples?

       A. 4/12               B. 1/12                C. 5/12               D. 3/12

 

  1. What fraction represents the shaded part?

       A. 1/3                  B. 4/10               C. 1/4                  D. 10/4

 

  1. Which of these fractions is NOT equivalent to 3/12 ?

       A. 1/4                  B. 9/36               C. 1/3                  D. 6/24

 

  1. If (¼)th part is equal to 3, then (3/4)th  part is equal to:

       A. 4                     B. 6                     C. 9                     D. 8

 

  1. In the word ADDITION, which fraction represents the alphabet "D"?

       A. 1/8                 B. 1/4                  C. 2/7                 D. 3/8

 

  1. Which option shows 3/9in simplest form?

       A. 1/6                  B. 3/6                 C. 2/3                 D. 1/3

 

  1. What is the fraction of boxes (□) in two rows?

       A. 1/9                  B. 3/8                 C. 2/3                 D. 2/9

 

  1. Round 1.562 to the nearest tenths.

       A. 2                     B. 1.5                   C. 1.6                  D. 1.55

 

  1. If a collection has 40 objects, how many objects are there in 1/4 of the collection?

       A. 12                    B. 10                   C. 8                     D. 204

 

  1. The fraction equivalent to 7/28 is:

       A. 1/4                  B. 3/5                 C. 3/7                  D. 7/29

 

Answers:

(11)–D; (12)–B; (13)–C; (14)–C; (15)–B; (16)–D; (17)–C; (18)–C; (19)–B; (20)–A