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A n I S O 9 0 0 1 : 2008 C e r t i f i e d O r g a n i s a t i o n

Paper Code: UN 415

Solutions for Class : 3

Mathematics

1.

(C)

0 18 = 0

574

7

4018

So should be replaced by or .

Hundreds place

12. (A)

0 18 = 0

2.

(C)

equally. Hence, it should be sliced into 4

equal pieces.

3.

(B)

using the given digits is 306.

4.

(D)

5.

(A)

1 litre = 1000 ml

6.

is hundreds.

13. (C)

Sureshs Sister.

No. of pieces of cake eaten by Suresh

=2

(A)

14. (A)

2

.

5

60 seconds = 1 minute

125 seconds = 125 60

have 4 dots along each side of the

rectangle.

7.

8.

(D)

(A)

= 2 minutes 5 seconds

parts. Hence, the best way to describe

the division is fourths.

1 rupee is equivalent to two 50 paise

coins. Therefore number of 50 paise

coins that can be changed for a 5 rupee

note

15. (D)

fractions with the smallest numerator is

the smallest.

16. (C)

sum of 100

=

17. (A)

= 2 5 = 10

9.

(B)

95 5 = 90

95 5 = 19

4800 6 = 4794

11. (B)

95 5 = 475

95 + 5 = 100

159 > 158 and 122 < 123.

10. (C)

< 100

= 20

<5

all the given ones.

18. (C)

8 2 6

5 4 5

2 8 1

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2 8 1

+ 3 2 8

6 0 9

19. (B)

28. (D)

14 5 = 70

13 tens = 130

10 7 = 70

700 + 130

H

7

+

&

20. (D)

formed using the given digits is 9652.

21. (B)

Age of Giris brother

29. (D)

T

3

3

A tank is

= 2 years 8 months

23. (C)

85 3

= .

8

8

2868 = 2000 + 800 + 60 + 8

30. (B)

hundreds + 0 tens + 0 ones

7 5 35

=

;

8 5 40

8092 = 8000 + 90 + 2

6904 = 6000 + 900 + 4

7 2 14

=

; and

8 2 16

By using the value of the digit 2 in the

given numbers; 2022 (i.e., 2000 + 2 + 20)

is formed.

rupee coin + One 25 paise coin.

31. (A)

Today Thursday

Yesterday Wednesday

paise coins + One 25 paise coin

32. (A)

rupee coins + One 25 paise coin.

25. (B)

8 5

8 8

7 9 63

=

8 9 72

24. (C)

5

full.

8

= 12 years 3 months

22. (C)

O

Length of one of the pieces

rupee coin + Two 50 paise coins + One

25 paise coin.

= 3 m 8 cm = 308 cm

120 8 = 15

= 600 cm 308 cm

8 120 15

8

40

40

= 2 m 92 cm

= 292 cm

33. (C)

26. (D)

an odd number to make it even is 2.

27. (B)

digits.

34. (C)

150

70 =

1000 430

80

= 570

= 57 tens

35. (C)

252 7 = 36 means

36 7 = 252.

numbers

= (The greatest 2digit number) (The

least 2digit number) + 1

= 99 10 + 1

36. (D)

required multiplication sentence is

5 2 = 10.

37. (D)

thirty-five.

= 89 + 1 = 90

38. (B)

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39. (D)

12 4 = 3

24 4 = 6

36 4 = 9

40. (B)

57. (B)

It is the hottest planet.

58. (A)

process in which liquid turns into vapour

is called evaporation.

59. (D)

digestive system.

60. (A)

brain. It consist of bones which are fused

firmly together to form a shell like

structure.

61. (D)

provide us milk and are also called

domestic animals.

9 thousands 4 hundreds = 9400

Their difference = 17800 9400

= 8400

General Science

41. (B)

42. (B)

fruits and seeds.

43. (A)

products are called omnivores.

62. (B)

bird.

parts of the body.

63. (C)

64. (C)

65. (D)

releases oxygen through tiny openings

called stomata.

66. (A)

rotate on its own axis.

67. (C)

an inedible fruit.

68. (A)

live in igloos.

69. (A)

plants and animals.

70. (B)

measuring the length of a classroom.

Some people may have bigger palms and

foot span and give different

measurements.

71. (D)

search of food, water, shelter and to get

protection from danger.

72. (A)

vapour or gaseous form this process is

called evaporation.

73. (D)

feathers. Wings and legs are found also

in insects.

74. (D)

must be a herbivore. Deer is a herbivore.

75. (D)

their own food.

44. (A)

45. (C)

in them. While doing this, they turn and

loosen the soil. Hence called farmers

friend.

46. (B)

as it recycles water from the earth to the

sky.

47. (A)

and gas.

48. (C)

of seeing, hearing, learning, thinking and

feeling.

49. (A)

are the parts of skeletal system.

50. (D)

colours that are to be used by Ram to

paint the model of a traffic signal.

51. (A)

marked 'X' are called stomata. They help

in exchange of gases.

52. (A)

because, it can make its own food.

53. (A)

contain seeds in it. A seed germinates

and grows into an young plant.

54. (B)

cm. At the end of 4 weeks, the height of

the plant is 20 cm.

55. (B)

56. (B)

wood made from branches and trunk of

a tree.

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