# MCQ Questions Class 3 Mathematics

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## Class 3 Mathematics MCQ Questions and Answers

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Question. What is the missing number in the box?

A. 4
B. 10
C. 8
D. 18

C

Question. If the smallest 4-digit number is multiplied by 2 and 20 is added to the product, then the resulting number is ______.
A. 2002
B. 2200
C. 2020
D. 220

C

Question. Study the given information carefully and answer the following question.

If you buy 2 cold drinks, 3 chocolates and 1 toy car, then how much amount of money you need to pay?
A. ₹ 110
B. ₹ 150
C. ₹ 120
D. ₹ 170

D

Question. There were 40 tables in each row in an auditorium having 10 rows. If there were 49 fewer chairs than tables, then find the number of chairs.
A. 272
B. 351
C. 271
D. 105

B

Question. If

A. 30
B. 6
C. 18
D. 4

C

Question. The given clocks shows Sushmita’s dinner time and her friend Shashank’s dinner time.

How much earlier is Sushmita’s dinner time than her friend Shashank’s dinner time?
A. 2 hrs 30 mins
B. 1 hr 30 mins
C. 2 hrs
D. 3 hrs 30 mins

A

Question. Dividing 81 by x the answer is x and dividing 54 by x the answer is 6, so the value of x is
A. 1
B. 6
C. 3
D. 9

D

Question. Which of the following figures shows 1/2 as shaded fraction?

C

Question. Find the difference between the smallest four-digit number and the greatest four-digit number formed by using the digits 8, 9, 1 and 2 (each digit used only once).
A. 8523
B. 8352
C. 8532
D. 8253

C

Question. What is the weight of ?

A. 10 kg
B. 30 kg
C. 60 kg
D. 40 kg

B

Question. 4 hundreds 6 tens = ________ hundreds 16 tens
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

C

Question. I am a 2-digit number less than 24. If I am divided by 3, my units place is the quotient and the remainder is 0. What number am I?
A. 24
B. 21
C. 18
D. 15

D

Question. The number that is 432 more than the number shown on the abacus is

A. Eight hundred and thirty two
B. Five hundred and thirty five
C. Eight hundred and sixty seven
D. Nine hundred and fifteen

C

Question. Reena wants to go town Q from town P. She has 4 different ways of going from town P to town Q. The shortest way of going from town P to town Q is through town ______.

A. W
B. X
C. Y
D. Z

C

Question. Anisha spins a wheel having 4 colours on it. The arrow will least likely to come on _____.

A. Red
B. White
C. Black
D. Blue

D

Question. The

A. 548
B. 522
C. 186
D. 912

B

Question. If 50 children were arranged in rows of 7 each, then how many rows did they make and how many children were left respectively?
A. 6, 3
B. 8, 2
C. 7, 1
D. 9, 1

C

Question. If a toy soldier costs ₹ 28 more than a toy car and the cost of a toy car is ₹ 129, then the cost of a toy soldier is ______.
A. ₹ 139
B. ₹ 157
C. ₹ 101
D. ₹ 100

B

Question. There are _______ slanting lines in the given figure.

A. 22
B. 28
C. 30
D. 32

A

Question. The difference between the largest three-digit number and the smallest two-digit number is
A. 1
B. 989
C. 949
D. 90

B

Question. Which of the following sets of notes has the maximum value?

B

Question. The given figure is made up of 5 squares. Find the length of the side of square E.

A. 6 cm
B. 8 cm
C. 10 cm
D. 12 cm

C

Question. Mansi has 7 boxes of beads. Each box contains 244 beads. She gives some beads to Manisha and left with half of the total number of beads. How many beads does she give to Manisha?
A. 827
B. 1281
C. 871
D. 854

D

Question. Find the missing values of P, Q, R and S respectively.

A. 3, 2, 4, 4
B. 2, 3, 8, 0
C. 3, 2, 8, 0
D. 3, 2, 8, 4

C

Question. Which of the following two numbers when add up will give the result 8757?
P. 4653           Q. 4114            R. 4254            S. 4104
A. P and Q
B. P and S
C. P and R
D. Q and S

B

Question. If Manpreet had a 70 m long rope and it had been cut into 7 equal pieces. He gave 3 pieces to his friend. What was the total length of the pieces of rope left with him?
A. 30 m
B. 40 m
C. 42 m
D. 10 m

B

Question. Rohan had ` 500. He gave 1/5 of the total amount of money to his brother and 1/4 of the total amount of money to his sister. Find the amount of money left with Rohan.
A. ₹ 350
B. ₹ 250
C. ₹ 275
D. ₹ 200

C

Question. Which of the following set of numbers is in the order from the greatest to the smallest?
A. 8321, 8102, 8768, 1820
B. 1820, 1802, 8102, 2108
C. 8976, 8768, 8678, 7876
D. 1820, 8102, 8769, 8321

C

Question. Which of the following thermometers shows the temperature (in °C) which is half the sum of 50°C and 20°C?

B

Question. Match the following.
Column-A                                    Column-B
(a) 8 tens 2 ones                          (1) 638
(b) 483 + 155                              (2) 142
(c) (498 – 214) ÷ 2                      (3) 7 tens 12 ones
(d) 430                                       (4) 4 hundreds 3 tens
(a)      (b)      (c)      (d)
A. (3)      (2)      (1)      (4)
B. (3)      (1)      (2)      (4)
C. (1)      (2)      (3)      (4)
D. (4)      (3)      (1)      (2)

B

Question. The given bar graph shows the number of visitors went to an exhibition on different days.

(a) How many more visitors went to the exhibition on Day 4 than on Day 1?
(b) On which day was the number of visitors 100 more than the number of visitors on Day 5?
(a)            (b)
A. 50                Day 1
B. 100              Day 4
C. 50                Day 4
D. 100              Day 1

C

Question. Study the diagram given below. Each figure stands for a number.

A. 0
B. 2
C. 3
D. 8

B

Question. Manish, Roshan and Rahul have 8862 candies altogether. Manish has 2532 candies and Roshan has half of the candies that Manish has.
(a) How many candies does Roshan have?
(b) How many candies does Rahul have?
(a)                (b)
A. 5064              1267
B. 1266              5264
C. 1266              5064
D. 1206              5064

C

Question. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?
A. 321 tens less than 721 tens is 40 hundreds.
B. There are 4 odd numbers between 21 ones and 30 tens.
C. 4 thousands 6 tens more than 21 hundreds is 6160.
D. 4200 + 339 comes just before 454 tens.

B

Question. In a 4-digit number PQRS, if
• The digit R is 6 more than P.
• The digit P is smallest even number greater than 1.
• The digit Q is 4 less than R.
• The digit S has the value (5 tens – 50 ones).
Then find the value of (2 × P) – Q + (3 × R) + S.
A. 0
B. 14
C. 24
D. 34

C

Question. Two cricketers Sachin and Saurav scored 684 and 648 runs respectively. Who scored the least number of runs and by how much?
A. Sachin, 36 runs
B. Saurav, 35 runs
C. Saurav, 36 runs
D. Sachin, 38 runs

C

Question. Which of the following options is CORRECT?
A. Six hundred four – 640
B. Four thousand two – 4200
C. Three hundred sixty three – 336
D. Five hundred twenty four – 524

D

Question. Deepak walks 5 km every morning. Every evening, he walks 3 km 725 m. How much distance does he cover in a week?
A. 6 km 75 m
B. 61 km 75 m
C. 61 km
D. 8 km 725 m

B

Question. In the word “CALCULATOR”, what fraction of letters are consonants?
A. 4/10
B. 7/10
C. 6/10
D. 5/10

C

Question. Which of the following is CORRECT?
A. The smallest four-digit number is 1001.
B. The greatest four-digit number is 9998.
C. The smallest four-digit number using different digits is 1023.
D. The greatest four-digit number using different digits is 9875.

C

Question. What fraction of the given figure is unshaded?

A. 2/5
B. 4/5
C. 3/4
D. 1/5

C

Question. Sunita bought 200 marbles. She gave 67 marbles to Ravi and 75 marbles to Kusum. How many marbles will be left with her?
A. 140
B. 160
C. 68
D. 58

D

Question. 50 bottles of juice were ordered for a party. 4 bottles were not used. How many people came to the party, if each person drank two bottles?
A. 23
B. 46
C. 28
D. 54

A

Question. A toy car moves 9 m in 1 hour. How many hours will it take to cover a distance of 27 m?
A. 5
B. 2
C. 4
D. 3

D

Question. The hour hand of a clock makes ______ rounds in one day.
A. 2
B. 1
C. 4
D. 3

A

Question. Which of the following is arranged in ascending order?
A. 5798, 5897, 5789, 5978, 5987
B. 5789, 5798, 5897, 5987, 5978
C. 5789, 5798, 5897, 5978, 5987
D. 5987, 5978, 5897, 5798, 5789

C

Question. Ajay has ₹ 1000 and he bought a radio for ₹ 780, a belt for ₹ 75 and a pair of socks for ₹ 46. Find the amount of money left with him.
A. ₹ 198
B. ₹ 911
C. ₹ 188
D. ₹ 99

D

Question. There is a bouquet of 12 flowers. 4 flowers are to be put in each vase. How many vases will be needed?

A. 2
B. 8
C. 3
D. 5

C

Question. 50 tins of coffee can be packed in 5 boxes. How many boxes will be required to pack 150 tins of coffee?
A. 20
B. 15
C. 25
D. 30

B

Question. Fill in the blanks.

B

Question. Read the given information carefully.
v A number is less than 69 but more than 23.
v It is divisible by 8.
v Sum of digits of the number is 5 more than 7.
When the number is added to 13, what will be the resulting number?
A. 48
B. 61
C. 82
D. 37

B

Question. Find the number of hours in a year, if it is not a leap year.
A. 8760
B. 8848
C. 8652
D. 8784

A

Question. Rohan bought 4 rolls of film. There are 36 pictures in each roll. He has taken 98 pictures so far. How many more pictures can Rohan take?
A. 134
B. 102
C. 144
D. 46

D

Question. Amrit has 20 goldfish. He wants to put 5 fishes in each bowl. How many bowls will he need?
A. 6
B. 4
C. 3
D. 5

B

Question. The given pictograph shows the favourite activities of children. Study the given pictograph carefully and answer the following questions.

(a) What is the total number of children in all the activities?
(b) How many more children like indoor games than painting?
(a) (b)
A. 120 20
B. 190 10
C. 140 30
D. 130 40

B

Question. The value of 4 kg 980 g + 3 kg 980 g is same as __________.
A. 4 kg 611 g – 2 kg 450 g
B. 2 kg 151 g + 4 kg 452 g
C. 4 kg 652 g + 4 kg 308 g
D. 3 kg 388 g + 4 kg 490 g

C

Question. Find the missing number.

A. 23
B. 21
C. 25
D. 19

A

Question. A box contains 36 apples. How many apples are there in 5 such boxes?
A. 468
B. 448
C. 768
D. 180

D

Question. Find the successor of the largest 3-digit number.
A. 999
B. 1001
C. 998
D. 1000

D

Question. A factory makes 570 watches in 10 days. If it makes the same number of watches each day, then how many watches will it make in 5 days?
A. 117
B. 121
C. 171
D. 285

D

Question. What fraction of the collection of candles is not burning?

A. 6/11
B. 5/11
C. 1/11
D. 4/11

B

Question. Ritu has 126 red beads and 272 blue beads. She bought 248 black beads. How many beads does she have in all?
A. 466
B. 646
C. 546
D. 150

B

Question. Match the figures given in Column-A with their shaded fraction given in Column-B.

A. (a) → (2), (b) → (1), (c) → (3), (d) → (4)
B. (a) → (1), (b) → (3), (c) → (2), (d) → (4)
C. (a) → (3), (b) → (4), (c) → (1), (d) → (2)
D. (a) → (3), (b) → (2), (c) → (1), (d) → (4)

C

Question. Raman and his brother have together saved ₹ 95 from their pocket money to buy a present for their mother’s birthday. If Raman has saved ₹ 48, then how much did his brother save?
A. ₹ 47
B. ₹ 74
C. ₹ 143
D. ₹ 53

A

Question. Jatin has 35 chocolates. He divided equally among 5 children. What fraction of chocolates received by each child?
A. 1/7
B. 7/35
C. 1/35
D. None of these

B

Question. Find the difference between the face value and the place value of 3 in 2392.
A. 270
B. 297
C. 92
D. 300

B

Question. Given below is the price list of some items in a store.

Reena purchased 4 chocolates, 2 balls, 3 pens and 1 colour box. Shopkeeper gives a discount of ₹ 20 at total bill but while preparing a bill the shopkeeper made a mistake.
At which step did he make a mistake?
Step-1 : 4 × ₹ 25 + 2 × ₹ 35 + ₹ 30 + ₹ 37
Step-2 : Total cost is ₹ 227.
Step-3 : After discount, the cost of all the items is ₹ 217.
Step-4 : Total bill is `₹ 217.
A. Step-1
B. Step-2
C. Step-3
D. Step-4

B

Question. The school ordered 150 boxes of pencils. Each box had 24 pencils. If 6 such boxes were distributed to class III students, then how many pencils were distributed to class III students?
A. 600
B. 144
C. 900
D. 180

B

Question. Which of the following abacuses shows the number greater than 1800 ?

D

Question. Find the difference between the least and the greatest four-digit numbers formed by using the digits 5, 2, 3 and 0 (each digit used only once).
A. 2385
B. 5835
C. 3285
D. 2358

C

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