2008 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2

Below are the questions and answers of the 2007 MTAP Elimination questions for Grade 3, items 26-50. You can read items 1-25 here.

26.) There are 25 candies in each of 5 bags and 50 candies in each of 3 bags. How many candies are there?

Answer: 275

27.) P550 is how many times as big as P50?

Answer: 11

28.) The quotient of 225 ÷ 5 is equal to the sum 17 and N. Find N.

Answer: 28

29.) Estimate the product of 14 x 69 by rounding both numbers to the nearest ten.

Answer: 700

30.) If 27 x 350 = 9450, what is 2,700 x 3,500?

Answer: 9450000  Continue reading “2008 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2”

2007 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2

Below are the questions and answers of the 2007 MTAP Elimination questions for Grade 3, items 26-50. Items 1-25 can be found here.

26.) A garden is 29 m long and 17 m wide. What is its perimeter?

Answer: 92 m

27.) What is the area of the garden in #26?

Answer: 493 m^2

28.) There are 34 girls in a class of 54 pupils. What is the ratio of girls to boys?

Answer: 17:27 or 17/27

29.) Our door is 120 centimeters wide. The height is 80 cm more than the width. What is the perimeter of our door?

Answer: 640 cm or 6.4 m  Continue reading “2007 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 2”

2007 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 1

Below are the questions and answers of the 2007 MTAP Elimination questions for Grade 3, items 1-25

Solve and write the answer on the blank before or below the number.
1.) Write “ninety-eight thousand sixty five” in figures.

Answer: 98 065

2.) What is the value of 7 in 476,580?

Answer: 70 000

3.) Round 47 963 to the nearest hundred.

Answer: 48 000

4.) Round each addend to the nearest hundred and estimate the sum 749 + 465 + 893

Answer: 2100

5.) Arrange the digits 3, 5 and 7 to form the biggest and smallest number you can form and find their difference.

Answer: 396  Continue reading “2007 Grade 3 MTAP Elimination Questions Part 1”