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# MATHEMATICS 3

## Lourdes School of Mandaluyong

2nd Trimester Exam

## Find the quotient using repeated subtraction.

Example: 25 ÷ 5 = 5 25 – 5 = 20
20 – 5 = 15
15 – 5 = 10
10 – 5 = 5
5 –5=0

1) 24 ÷ 4 = _______ 2) 35 ÷ 7 = _______

3) 72 ÷ 8 = ______ 4) 45 ÷ 5 = _______

5) 63 ÷ 7 = _______

## Write a related division sentence using the given multiplication sentence.

Example: 3 x 10 = 30 30 ÷ 10 = 3

1) 10 x 8 = 80 ____________________________________________________
2) 20 x 9 = 180 ____________________________________________________
3) 12 x 13 = 156 ____________________________________________________
4) 35 x 8 = 280 ____________________________________________________
5) 25 x 7 = 175 ____________________________________________________

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6) 288 ÷ 6 = _______ Check:

## Mathematics 3 3 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

Read each word problem carefully. Then, solve to answer the question that follows.

1) The Grade 3 classes will be going on a field trip. There are 306 students and 6
teachers in all. If there are only 6 buses are available for the field trip. How many
students and teachers can ride in one bus?

2) Minda invited 9 of her classmates to her home. Her mom prepared 108 cheese
sticks for them. How many cheese sticks can each classmate have?

3) Barangay Dimagiba is having a Plastic Bottle Drive. Look at the table below
and find the average number of bottles collected by the barangay for the
week.

MONTH NO. OF
BOTTLES
Monday 22
Tuesday 35
Wednesday 11
Thursday 9
Friday 47
Saturday 25
Sunday 13

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Write the following number words in numeral form.

## 1) Eighty-seven hundredths __________

2) Six tenths __________
3) Nine and four hundredths __________
4) Twenty-four hundredths __________
5) Sixty-five and two hundredths __________

## Express the following decimals in words.

1) 0. 6 _________________________________________________
2) 7.01 _________________________________________________
3) 0.43 _________________________________________________
4) 0.63 _________________________________________________
5) 36.71 _________________________________________________

## 2) 63.04 __________ 5) 3.7 __________

3) 51.65 __________

Compare the following decimals. Write the symbols <, >, or = in the blanks.
1) 0.7 __________ 0.63
2) 0.08 __________ 0.6
3) 0.9 __________ 0.90
4) 1.52 __________ 1.5
5) 0.11 __________ 0.68

## 1) 0.94 ________ 4) 0.58 ________

2) 1.53 ________ 5) 1.84 ________
3) 1.08 ________

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1) Mang Jose walks 1.25 kilometers from his home to the forest to gather wood for
fuel. Once he has already chopped the wood and tied them in a bundle, he
walks 0.60 kilometers to the market. He does this everyday for a living. How
many kilometers does it take for him to walk from his home to the market?

2) Tina needs to bake cookies and cakes for their school party. She has 25 cups of
flour kept in the cupboard. If she needs only 5.5 cups of flour for the cookies
and 6.25 cups of flour for the cakes, how many cups of flour will be left in stock?

3) Cocoy saved Php 50.75 from his allowance last week. This week, he was able to
save Php 23.95. How much money did he save altogether?

4) A watch is on sold for Php 186.35 less than its original price of Php 1,500.00. How
much is the sale price of the watch?

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5) You forgot to bring 9.75 inches of ribbon that you need for your art project. Your
classmate was able to bring 60 inches of ribbon and said that you can cut some
of his. How many inches of ribbon will be left for your classmate’s use?

Encircle the even numbers and draw a square around the odd numbers. In the blank
under each number, write if it is a prime or composite number.

15 89 60 54 35 67 32 51 10 48

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Check the box in the proper column if the given numbers on the left is divisible by the
number if the top of the column.

Number 2 3 4 5 6 9 10

2 400
8 823

4 934
7 428

6 328

## Give all the factors of the following numbers.

1) 98 ____________________________________________________________________
2) 44 ____________________________________________________________________
3) 12 ____________________________________________________________________
4) 36 ____________________________________________________________________
5) 25 ____________________________________________________________________

## Give the first ten multiples of the following numbers.

1) 5 ____________________________________________________________________
2) 7 ____________________________________________________________________
3) 9 ____________________________________________________________________
4) 11 ____________________________________________________________________
5) 15 ____________________________________________________________________

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Find the prime factors of the numbers below by using a factor tree. See the example
below.

60

6 X 10

3 X 2 5 x 2

1) 32 2) 84

3) 180 4) 48

5) 105

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Get the GCF of the following pairs of numbers using listing method.

1) 30 _________________________________________________________________
45 _________________________________________________________________

2) 32 _________________________________________________________________
48 _________________________________________________________________

Get the GCF of the following pairs of numbers using prime factorization (factor tree).

1) 20 and 24

2) 12 and 30

## Find the LCM of the following numbers using listing method.

1) 3 _________________________________________________________________
4 _________________________________________________________________

2) 2 _________________________________________________________________
8 _________________________________________________________________

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Find the LCM of the following numbers using the decomposition method.

1) 24 30 2) 45 27