# MCQs For Class 3 Mathematics With Answers

Students can refer to the below MCQs for Class 3 Mathematics with Answers provided here as per the chapters given in NCERT covering available for all important topics which are given in each chapter which will be very useful for students who are preparing for upcoming examinations. We have provided MCQ based questions and PDFs based on the latest CBSE and NCERT curriculum, examination pattern, and expected question paper pattern issued this year.

## Class 3 Mathematics MCQs with Answers

You can click on the link below for each chapter below given as per NCERT Book for Class 3 Mathematics to get free multiple choice questions with solutions. These MCQs have been prepared by the Mathematics teacher after thorough research on types of questions that are expected to come in Class 3 examinations. Go through the questions and then compare your answer with the solutions provided by us.

Question. There are 38 more boys than girls in a school picnic group. If there are 77 girls, then how many children altogether will go for the picnic?
(a) 117
(b) 155
(c) 160
(d) 192

D

Question. How many kilograms are there in (1275 grams + 725 grams)?
(a) 5 kg
(b) 7 kg
(c) 2 kg
(d) 3 kg

C

Question. What is the sum of 42 cm and 2 m?
(a) 244 cm
(b) 244 m
(c) 422 cm
(d) 242 cm

D

Question. Ruby will cut the given paper shape in a straight line from point X to point Y. Which of the following two shapes will Ruby get after she cuts the paper?

(a) A square and a triangle
(b) A square and a rectangle
(c) A rectangle and a triangle
(d) None of these

C

Question. What is the missing number in the box?

(a) 729
(b) 689
(c) 525
(d) 625

B

Question

A

Question. Adil, Janak and Rohit gained 59 points in a game. Adil gained 2 points more than Janak. Rohit gained 9/5 of the points gained by Janak. How many points did Adil gain?
(a) 10
(b) 17
(c) 20
(d) 22

B

Question. If Ansh ate one and a half pizza in a day, then how many pizzas would he eat in 4 days?
(a) 6
(b) 11
(c) 8
(d) 5

A

Question. Difference between the temperature shown on thermometers A and B is same as ______.

(a) 87°C + 29°C
(b) 68°C – 10°C
(c) 64°C + 19°C
(d) 29°C + 67°C

B

Question. How many straight lines are there in the given figure?

(a) 18
(b) 29
(c) 28
(d) 21

C

Question. Neha travelled for 3 hours and 48 minutes in a car. She spent 1 hour and 33 minutes playing mobile games and the rest of the time reading comic book. How much time did Neha read while travelling in the car?
(a) 1 hour 5 minutes
(b) 2 hours 15 minutes
(c) 2 hours 25 minutes
(d) 4 hours 15 minutes

B

Question. If Monika bought 9 blankets each for Rs. 675, then how much change did she receive if she gave Rs. 8000 to the shopkeeper?
(a) Rs. 1925
(b) Rs. 1725
(c) Rs. 2252
(d) Rs. 3251

A

Question. What is the weight of ?

(a) 60g
(b) 50g
(c) 30g
(d) 40g

C

Question.

(a) 13
(b) 20
(c) 4
(d) 14

C

Question. What fraction of the given shapes are ?

(a) 7/11
(b) 7/12
(c) 1/2
(d) 5/12

A

Question. If the value of X is divided by 11, then the result would be ________.

(a) 3/11
(b) 4/11
(c) 5/11
(d) 6/11

D

Question. Which of the following containers has the highest capacity of water?

B

Question. Which of the following abacuses shows the number equal to “4823 – 2202”?

C

Question. The given figure (not drawn to scale) is made up of two rectangles. What is the value of x and y respectively?

(a) 11 cm, 39 cm
(b) 38 cm, 11 cm
(c) 10 cm, 13 cm
(d) 13 cm, 38 cm

B

Question. Ritika buys 3 bouquets of flowers. Each bouquet has 9 flowers. How many flowers does she buy altogether?
(a) 21
(b) 11
(c) 27
(d) 12

C

Question. 11 tens 47 ones + 26 tens 51 ones = ? – 166
(a) 36 tens 4 ones
(b) 63 hundreds
(c) 62 tens 14 ones
(d) 62 tens 4 ones

C

Question. Ms Sangeeta’s class went on a nature walk. They kept a record of all the things they saw. At the end of the day, they had seen thirteen different kinds of trees, twenty one kinds  f flowers, seven rabbits, thirty two elephants and twelve squirrels. How many animals did the class see on their walk?
(a) 85
(b) 51
(c) 34
(d) 19

B

Question. If the smallest 4-digit number is multiplied by 3 and 500 is subtracted from the product, then the resulting number is_______.
(a) 5200
(b) 2500
(c) 3500
(d) 2000

B

Question. There are 50 tricycles and 34 bicycles in a park. How many more wheels of tricycles are there than that of bicycles?
(a) 46
(b) 82
(c) 72
(d) 76

B

Question.

(a) 24
(b) 18
(c) 28
(d) 38

A

Question. The given pictograph shows the number of jelly beans eaten by four girls.

Namita ate _________ less jelly beans than Pooja ate.
(a) 14
(b) 20
(c) 13
(d) 10

B

Question. Lucky has some stickers. He pastes 3 stickers on each page of a sticker album. How many pages of the sticker album does he use, if no sticker is left with him?

(a) 6
(b) 8
(c) 5
(d) 7

D

Question. A bucket can hold 5 L 590 mL more water than a jug. Find the capacity of bucket, if the jug can hold 2 L 500 mL of water.
(a) 8090 mL
(b) 9080 mL
(c) 4070 mL
(d) 5900 mL

A

Question. Nikhil makes 14 red paper aeroplanes and 16 green paper aeroplanes. He puts all the paper aeroplanes in a box that already has 9 yellow paper aeroplanes. How many paper aeroplanes are there in the box now?
(a) 23
(b) 39
(c) 25
(d) 30

B

Question. Rihaan’s cat weighs 20 kg. Rohan’s cat is half as heavy as Rihaan’s cat. What is the weight of Rohan’s cat and Rihaan’s cat together?
(a) 30 kg
(b) 32 kg
(c) 16 kg
(d) 28 kg

A

Question. The given map (not drawn to scale) shows 4 different ways of going from Town X to Town Y. The shortest way of going from Town X to Town Y is through Town (P). The longest distance from Town X to town Y is (Q) km through town (R).

B

Question. In the given figure, a large rectangle is 60 metres long and 20 metres wide. 2 small rectangles are 30 metres long and 20 metres wide each. Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

(a) The total length of the large rectangle is twice the total length of the small rectangle.
(b) The total length of the large rectangle is equal to the total length of the small rectangle.
(c) The total length of the large rectangle is 30 meters more than the total length of the small rectangle.
(d) The total length of the large rectangle is equal to 160 meters and the total length of the small rectangle is equal to 100 meters.

D

Question. The given bar graph shows the number of students of class 3 in a school who choose their favorite winter sport. Study the given graph carefully. Which of the following statements is true?

(a) Approximately 35 students choose skiing.
(b) All sports were chosen by more than 20 students.
(c) The number of students who choose snowboarding is approximately twice as many as the number of students who choose skating.
(d) The total number of students who choose skating and skiing is equal to the number of students who choose sledding.

C

Question. Anshul went to watch a show which started at quarter to six in the evening and ended at a quarter past 8. Anshul left the show 55 minutes before it ended and reach home at quarter to nine.
(A) At what time did Anshul leave the show?
(B) What was the duration of the show?
(C) How much time did he take to reach home?

B

Question. A saleswoman sells 44 eggs every day. How many eggs does she sell in the month of October?
(a) 1064
(b) 1164
(c) 1264
(d) 1364

D

Question: Describe one way in which in the nineteenth century, technology brought about a change in equipment and give one example where no change in equipment took place.
Answer: Vulcanised rubber was used for making pads and gloves. The cricket bat has remained more or less same over the years. These two examples show the effect and non-effect of technological changes on cricket.

Question: Give brief explanations for the following:
♦ The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.
♦  Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament.
♦  The name of the ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference.
♦  The shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubai
Answer: The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.
The Parsis were rich businessmen and were the first to ape the western lifestyle.
Hence, they were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.

Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament.
The Pentagular tournament was a contest among teams which were formed on communal lines. Hence, Mahatma Gandhi condemned this tournament.

The name of the ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference.
The term ‘Imperial’ in the earlier version carried the connotations of the colonial period and hegemony. When other cricket playing nations grew in prominence,
the name was changed to International Cricket Conference in 1965.

The shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubai.
The ICC headquarters were shifted from London to Dubai mainly to shift the office to a tax-free destination. Many cricket playing nations did not have double taxation treaty with England. So, shifting the HQs was a purely commercial decision. Some analysts also see it as a symbolic shift of power from Europe to Asia.

Question: Explain why cricket became popular in India and the West Indies. Can you give reasons why it did not become popular in countries in South America?Answer: Playing cricket was a manifestation by the elites of aping their colonial masters. Hence, cricket became popular in British colonies; like India and the West Indies. South America was never under the British rule and hence cricket could not become popular in South American countries.

Question: How have advances in technology, especially television technology, affected the development of contemporary cricket?
Answer: Cricket became a marketable game which could generate huge revenues. Cricket boards became richer by selling television rights to television companies. The TV channels made money by selling advertising slots. For companies, cricket provided opportunity to advertise their products and services to a large and captive audience. Cricketers became celebrities because of continuous television coverage. Apart from getting better pay from their cricket boards, the cricketers also began to earn huge sums of money by appearing in commercials. Television coverage resulted in expansion of audience base for the game. People from small towns and villages could see and experience the joy of cricket. Many children  from the small towns could dream of becoming cricketers, by emulating their idols.

Question: Test cricket is a unique game in many ways. Discuss some of the ways in which it is different from other team games. How are the peculiarities of Test cricket shaped by its historical beginnings as a village game?
Answer: Compared to other modern sports, a typical game of cricket takes a longer time to finish. A Test Match is played for five days and it still ends in a draw. A oneday match takes a whole day to finish. Even the shortest version; the Twenty- Twenty; takes about four hours to finish. Most of the modern sports take around  ninety minutes to finish. The lengthy nature of cricket is because of its origin in the pre-industrialization days when the economy was purely agrarian. During off seasons for farming; people had plenty of time to watch a cricket match for several days. Cricket grounds can be of different shapes and sizes in different parts of the world. Cricket was the earliest modern team sport to be codified. The rules and regulations of cricket evolved on their own over a period of time. During its early years, cricket was played on the commons. The size of the commons land was variable and no boundary was present. The length of the boundary line was decided by the umpires after taking the consensus of the captains of the two teams.

#### MCQ Questions for Class 3 Mathematics

The importance of MCQs For NCERT Class 3 Mathematics has been increasing in the Class 3 examination. More and more questions with multiple choice have started coming in Class 3 examinations, thus it’s important for students to practice as many MCQs as possible given on our website. These choice based questions have been developed after careful study of Mathematics textbook issued by NCERT and study of all important topics. Students have always been advised by teachers to go through as many MCQs as possible prior to the examination to make sure they have a thorough understanding of each topic and are able to get good scores in their exams.

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