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Grade:
3
, Subject:
Math
, Topic:
Addition Subtraction
Question 1:
There are 302 children in a community. Out of those, 118 children like basketball, 98 children like baseball and the rest of the children like soccer. How will you find out the number of children who like soccer?
302 - (118 + 98)
302 + (118 + 98)
302 + (118 X 98)
302 + (118 - 98)
Question 2:
See the table to answer this question.
How many employees like Hawaii and Florida for their vacation?
677
912
867
932
Question 3:
See the table to answer this question.
How many more employees chose California than chose New York for their vacation spot?
69
75
65
60
Question 4:
A company conducted a survey among its employees to know their favorite spots for vacation. See the table to answer this question.
How many more employees like Florida than California?
170
167
180
235
Question 5:
If rounded to the nearest hundred, which expression below shows the number of employees who chose Florida and California for their vacation place?
400 + 200
300 + 450
200 + 350
500 + 300
Question 6:
A stall at the fair sold 371 hats on the first day and 434 hats on the second day. If the stall had 900 hats, how many were left unsold?
98
805
95
96
Question 7:
There were 77 people in a bus. Thirty-nine people got down at the first bus stop. How many people were left in the bus?
28
38
40
37
Question 8:
Find the answer.
245 - 121 = ?
134
124
100
114
Question 9:
Tammy's house number is an odd number which is larger than 35 and smaller than 50. Both the digits of that number are odd numbers, and the sum of those digits is more than 10. What is Tammy's house number?
43
47
38
39
Question 10:
A school library has 177 fiction books, 109 science books, and 123 art books. How many books are there altogether?
318
409
410
419
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