FSA Practice Test (3rd Grade: Math)

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Which of the following multiplication facts is being modeled?

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Correct answer: 3 x 9 = 27

The picture depicts 3 sets of 9 objects which is equivalent to 3 x 9 = 27.

Bea wants to save $140 to buy her favorite bike.
- She was able to save $36 in January.
- She put aside $28 in February.
In March, how much money does Bea need to save in order to buy her favorite bike?

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Correct answer: $76

Bea should save $76 in March to purchase her favorite bike.

Flashcards are packed into 14 boxes by Gabriel. There are 40 flashcards in each box. What is the maximum number of flashcards Gabriel can fit into these boxes?

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Correct answer: 560

A total of 560 falshcards Gabriel can pack into the boxes.
14 x 40 = 560

What is the value of the equation's unknown number 6 x 3 = __ ?

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Correct answer: 18

6 x 3 = 18

The Millers traveled 362 miles.
What is 362 rounded to the nearest hundred?

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Correct answer: 400

The rounded to the nearest hundred of 362 is 400.

Which numerical expression best describes this array?

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Correct answer: 4 x 5

The picture depicts 4 sets of 5 objects which is equivalent to 4 x 5.

Dawn owns 72 vintage books. She intends to take them all to their local library. Which of the following equations may be used to determine the number of boxes she will use if she places the books in boxes that can accommodate 9 books?

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Correct answer: 72 ÷ 9 = _____

The number of boxes that she can use is 8.
72 ÷ 9 = 8

Which of the statements about the number 24,589 is correct?

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Correct answer: The sum of twenty thousands, 4 thousands, fifty hundreds, eighty tens, and nine ones

24,589 is the sum of 20,000, 4,000, 500, 80 and 9

How to find the multiples of 6 in the multiplication table?

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Correct answer: Find all the numbers in the same row or the same column as a shaded 6.

To find the multiples of 6 in the multiplication table, find all the numbers in the same row or the same column as a shaded 6.

Which of the following is the same as the expression below?
8 × 6

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Correct answer: (5 + 3) × 6

(5 + 3) × 6 = 48
8 × 6 = 48

Which number sentence best explains this?

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Correct answer: 5 x 7 = 35

The picture depicts 5 sets of 7 objects which is equivalent to 5 x 7 = 35.

Kath had a total of 983 cards. She then gave 349 of the cards to Mariel, a friend. Kath lost 260 cards after that. Which equation may be used to calculate Kath's current card count?

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Correct answer: 983 – 349 – 260 = _____

Kath has 374 cards left.
983 – 349 – 260 = 374

Mr. Richard eats four meals a day on average. In a week, how many meals does he consume?

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Correct answer: 28

In 1 day 4 meals so 4 x 7 = 28 meals a week.

Mia goes to the store at the specified hour shown.
Mia goes to the grocery store at what time?

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Correct answer: 10:37

As indicated by the time, Mia goes to the grocery store at 10:37.

Which of the following equations are related?

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Correct answer: 54 ÷ 6 = n and 6 × n = 54

54 ÷ 6 = 9
6 × 9 = 54

Anthony is preparing to can pears. He has 100 pears, which he divides evenly among ten pots. Anthony puts how many pears in each pot?

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Correct answer: 10 pears

There are 100 items that need to be divided into 10 groups.
100 ÷ 10 = 10.

The following rectangle has a length of 7 centimeters and a width of 3 centimeters. What is the rectangle's area?

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Correct answer: 21 cm²

The area of the rectangle is 21 cm².

Which of the following statements regarding the models is correct?

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Correct answer: Each shows a different fraction because they both have 3 shaded sections but a different number of total sections.

The model for the first fraction is divided into 6 equal parts. We shade 3_6 to show the same amount as 1_2. The model for the second fraction is divided into 8 equal parts. We shade 3_ 8 that it shows this two model are different fractions.

Kendra counts the tiles on her floor one by one. The floor tiles are all squares. By counting all of the floor tiles, what measurement does Kendra find?

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Correct answer: the area of the floor

By counting all the tiles, Kendra measured the area of the floor.

When q = 8, which of these equations is true?

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Correct answer: 2 × q = 16

2 x 8 = 16

Donna created a total of 15 wooden dolls. She gave three friends the same number of wooden dolls. Donna gave each of her friends how many dolls?

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Correct answer: 5 wooden dolls

There are 15 items that need to be divided into 3 groups.
15 ÷ 3 = 5.

Which number is made up of 6 hundreds, 7 tens, and 2 ones?

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Correct answer: 672

6 hundreds, 7 tens, and 2 ones is equal to 672

A bakery sold 75 cookies on Monday. The bakery sold 125 cookies on Tuesday. By Friday, the bakery must have sold 500 cookies. By Friday, how many more cookies must the bakery sell?

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Correct answer: 300

The bakery should sell 300 cookies by Friday.

In gym class, how many laps did the four kids run in total?

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Correct answer: 21

Jill (6), Billy (2), Hugh (9) and Beth (4)
6 + 2 + 9 + 4 = 21

Marga purchased 50 mangos. She divided them into five equal basins. Marga put how many mangos in each basin?

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Correct answer: 10 mangos

There are 50 items that need to be divided into 5 groups.
50 ÷ 5 = 10

Take a look at the spinning wheel. Which color is the most likely for the spinner to land?

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Correct answer: Red

The spinner most likely to land is in the color red.

The sentence in the box was written by Ms. Ramos. Which of the following methods can be used to calculate the total number of books?

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Correct answer: 8 × 4

The total number of books is 32.
8 x 4 = 32

Find the value of this equation that makes it true.
n x 6 = 30

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Correct answer: n = 5

To solve for an unknown in a multiplication problem, you must do the opposite operation, which is to divide. You must divide the product by the given factor. 30 ÷ 6 = 5.
n = 5.

From Los Angeles to New York City, Kiesha flew 2,448 miles. How many miles did Kiesha fly, rounded to the nearest thousand?

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Correct answer: 2,000

The nearest thousand of 2,448 is 2,000.

Find the value of this equation that makes it true.
7 x ___ = 21

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Correct answer: 3

To solve for an unknown in a multiplication problem, you must do the opposite operation, which is to divide. You must divide the product by the given factor. 21 ÷ 7 = 3. The missing value is 3.

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