Math Grade 3 Quiz Solving TwoStep Word Problems – 3.OA.D.8
This standard emphasizes the ability of students to solve twostep word problems using all four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Additionally, it is not just about getting to the answer but also representing the problem with equations, where a letter stands for the unknown value. Students should also be trained to assess the reasonableness of their answers through mental computations and various estimation strategies, including rounding.
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Anna saved 30 dollars in January. She saved twice that amount in February. How much did she save in total?
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Sarah bought 5 pencils at 2 dollars each and a notebook for 8 dollars. How much did she spend in total?
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James read 7 pages of a book on Monday and twice that amount on Tuesday. How many pages did he read in total?
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There are 8 boxes with 9 candies in each box. If Jenny ate 20 candies, how many candies are left?
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A farmer has 4 baskets. Each basket contains 6 apples and 5 oranges. How many fruits in total does the farmer have?
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In a school, there are 10 classes with 30 students each. If 40 students were absent, how many students were present?
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Mary bought 3 shirts for 20 dollars each and 2 pants for 30 dollars each. How much did she spend?
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There are 9 boxes with 5 toys in each box. If 12 toys were broken, how many toys are still okay?
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Tom has 40 candies. He gave 8 candies to each of his 3 friends. How many candies does he have left?
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Peter read 50 pages of a book. He still has 3 times the pages he read left to finish. How many pages does the book have in total?
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