# Top 10 3rd Grade IAR Math Practice Questions

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## 3rd Grade IAR Math Practice Questions

1- There are $$6$$ numbers in the box below. Which of the following list shows only odd numbers from the numbers in the box?

A. $$15, 29, 42$$

B. $$15, 29, 83$$

C. $$15, 30, 42$$

D. $$42, 18, 30$$

2- Mia’s goal is to save $$140$$ to purchase her favorite bike.
In January, she saved $$36$$.
In February, she saved $$28$$.
How much money does Mia need to save in March to be able to purchase her favorite bike?

A. $$28$$

B. $$30$$

C. $$52$$

D. $$76$$

3- Michelle has $$72$$ old books. She plans to send all of them to the library in their area. If she puts the books in boxes that can hold $$9$$ books, which of the following equations can be used to find the number of boxes she will use?

A. $$72 + 9 =$$ ______

B. $$72 × 9 =$$ ______

C. $$72 – 9 =$$ ______

D. $$72 ÷ 9 =$$ ______

4- Eva had $$983$$ cards. Then, she gave $$349$$ of the cards to her friend Alice. After that, Eva lost $$260$$ cards.
Which equation can be used to find the number of cards Eve has now?

A. $$983 – 349 + 260 =$$ _____

B. $$983 – 349 –260 =$$ _____

C. $$983 +349 +260 =$$ _____

D. $$983 +349 –260 =$$ _____

5- The length of the following rectangle is $$7$$ centimeters and its width is $$3$$ centimeters. What is the area of the rectangle?

A. $$10\space cm^2$$

B. $$20\space cm^2$$

C. $$14\space cm^2$$

D. $$21\space cm^2$$

6- Which number is made up of $$4$$ hundred, $$8$$ tens, and $$4$$ ones?

A. $$4,084$$

B. $$484$$

C. $$448$$

D. $$844$$

7- Look at the spinner above. On which color is the spinner most likely to land?

A. RED

B. GREEN

C. YELLOW

D. NONE

8- A group of third-grade students recorded the following distances that they jumped.

A. $$23$$

B. $$24$$

C. $$32$$

D. $$34$$

9- Emma flew $$2,448$$ miles from Los Angeles to New York City. What is the number of miles Emma flew rounded to the nearest thousand?

A. $$2,000$$

B. $$2,400$$

C. $$2,500$$

D. $$3,000$$

10- A number sentence such as $$31 + Z = 98$$can be called an equation. If this equation is true, then which of the following equations is not true?

A. $$98 – 31 = Z$$

B. $$98 – Z= 31$$

C. $$Z– 31 = 98$$

D. $$Z+31 = 98$$

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$15.99 Satisfied 102 Students ## Answers: 1- B An easy way to tell whether a large number is odd or even is to look at its final digit. If the number ends with an odd digit $$(1, 3, 5, 7, or\space 9)$$, then it’s odd. On the other hand, if the number ends with an even digit or $$0 (0, 2, 4, 6\space or\space 8)$$, then it is even. $$15, 29,$$ and $$83$$ ends with odd digits, so they are odd numbers. 2- D She saves $$36$$ and $$28$$ so she has $$64$$. $$140 – 64 = 76$$ she needs to save. 3- D Michelle divides $$72$$ books into $$9$$ boxes therefore $$72 ÷ 9$$ formula is correct. 4- B Eva gave $$349$$ of her $$983$$ cards to her friend so her cards are $$983-349$$, then she lost $$260$$ cards so now she has $$983-349-260=374$$ cards. 5- D Use are formula of rectangle: $$Area= length × width$$ Area $$=3cm×7cm =21cm^2$$ 6- B Add $$4$$ hundred and $$8$$ tens and $$4$$ ones So we have :$$400 + 80 + 4 = 484$$ 7- A The chances of landing on red are $$3$$ in $$6$$ The chances of landing on yellow are $$1$$ in $$6$$ The chances of landing on the green are $$2$$ in $$6$$ The chances of landing on red are more than in other colors. 8- C $$32$$ inches distance most occur in this table. 9- A 10- C All these equations are true: $$98 – 31 = Z$$ $$98 – Z = 31$$ $$Z + 31 = 98$$ Looking for the best resource to help you succeed on the 3rd Grade IAR Math test? ## The Best Books to Ace the 3rd Grade IAR Math Test ### More math articles ### What people say about "Top 10 3rd Grade IAR Math Practice Questions"? No one replied yet. X 27% OFF Limited time only! Save Over 27% SAVE$5

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