CBSE Class 3 Maths Sample Paper Set H

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Mathematics Sample Paper Class 3

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SECTION-A

1) Fill in the blanks.

a) 5965 + _______ = 5965

b) _______ - 1 = 8999

c) The face value of 9 in 9801 is ________

d) The number we get if 6 is taken away from 26 _________

e) The expanded form of 1576 is ____________________________________

f) Circle the largest number.

8657 , 8290 , 8780 , 8000

g) The product of 50 and 50 is = __________

h) 719 × 86 = _______ × 719

i) 20 more than 980 = ________.

j) The predecessor of 2754 is ________

k) 232 decreased by 30 is ________.

l) 9 tens + 5 hundreds + 3 ones is __________

m) Form the greatest 4-digit number using the digits 6, 5, 9, 1 _________

n) Write the number name of the numeral 5102. _________________________________________________________

o) 291+39+140=140+291+ ________

CBSE Class 3 Maths Sample Paper Set H

CBSE Class 3 Maths Sample Paper Set H

12) What number must be added to 567 to get 9123? ( 1×2=2 )

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13)a) Multiply 284 by 19. ( 1×2=2 )

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b) Find the product of 15 &10.

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14) a) The sum of two numbers is 903. If one of the numbers is 485, find the other number. (1×2=2 )

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b) Add the following numbers.

786 ,1004 and 3214

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15) Seema had 342 envelopes and she bought 124 more. How many envelopes does she have now? ( 1×2=2 )

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16) Complete the following. ( 1×2=2 )

a) 8+ 8+ 8+ 8+ 8 = _____ x 8 = _____

b) 12+ 12+ 12+ 12+ 12+ 12 = _____ x 12 = ______

 

17) a) Rewrite the following numbers in ascending order. ( 1×2=2 )

6541, 5671, 7861, 5673

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b) Find the difference of 3000 and 1540.

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SECTION-D   (3x1=3)


18)There are 869 books on the top shelf, 248 books on the middle shelf and 135 books on the lower shelf. How many books are there in all?

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OR

The population of a town is 871. Of these 427 are females. How many males are there in the town?

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ANSWER KEY


Q.1) a) 0

b) 9000

c) 9

d) 20

e) 1000 + 500 + 70 + 6

f) 8780

g) 2500

h) 86

i) 1000

j) 2753

k) 202

l) 593

m) 9651

n) five thousand one hundred two

o) 39

Q.2) a) 5095, 5096

b) 80,100

Q.3) a) 550

b) 8549

Q.4) a) 1110

b) 699

c) 870

d) 2000

Q.5) a) <

b) =

c) >

d) >

Q.6) a) 2268

b) 636

Q.7) a) 8

b) 27

c) 4974

d) 5000

Q.8) a) 211

b) 776

CBSE Class 3 Maths Sample Paper Set H

Q.10) 10099

Q.11) 9990

Q.12) 8556

Q.13) a) 5396

b) 150

Q.14) a) 418

b) 5004

Q.15) Addition

Number of envelopes Seema had = 342

Number of envelopes she bought more = 124

Total number of envelopes she had now = 342 + 124 = 466

Seema had 466 envelopes in all.

Q.16) a) 5,40

b) 6, 72

Q.17) a) 5671 < 5673 < 6541 < 7861

b) 1460

Q.18) Addition

Number of books on the top shelf = 869

Number of books on the middle shelf = 248

Number of books on the lower shelf = 135

Total number of books = 869 +248 +135 = 1252

There are 1252 books in all.

OR

Subtraction

Total population of a town = 871

Number of females in the town = 427

Number of males in the town = 871 – 427 = 444

There are 444 males in the town.

 

 

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