# AMO Grade 3 – Tuyển chọn câu hỏi AMO – Lớp 3

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AMO Grade 3

## Week 1

### Choose correct answer(s) from the given choices

(1) There are 26 legs in a group of pigs and cocks. How many pigs and cocks are there?

a) 8 pigs, 3 cocks

b) 4 pigs, 3 cocks

c) 5 pigs, 3 cocks

d) 10 pigs, 3 cocks

(2) Gabrielle, Sarah and Charlotte shared a container of marbles. The container contained 40 marbles. If the friends shared marbles equally. How many marbles were left in the container?

a) 14 b) 2 c) 13 d) 1

(3) Giselle buys muffins for each student in her class for a class party. Each muffin costs ₹45.50. However, there is a discount where each batch of 5 muffins costs only ₹225. She buys 39 muffins. How much money did she pay for all 39 muffins?

a) ₹1711.50 b) ₹1774.50 c) ₹1757 d) ₹1982

(4) If the given scale is balanced. How many Π; are needed to balance 8 ♦ ?

a) 8 b) 16 c) 24 d) 10

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(5) Dylan was born on October 12 in the year 2006. He will be …………… years old on October 12 in 2041.

(6) If ♠♠♠♠ stands for 28, then ♠♠♠ is equal to ………………

(7) The greatest odd number formed by the digits 8, 5, and 9 is ………

### Answer the questions

(8) Find the value of ‘A’ in the given figure.

(9) What comes next in the given pattern?

**44A, 48E, 52I, 56M, 60Q, 64U, ……**

(10) If 35 oranges are equally distributed among 8 friends, what does R3 represent in the box shown below?

**35 ÷ 8 = 4 R3**

## Week 2

### Choose correct answer(s) from the given choices

(1) How many triangles are there in the given figure?

a. 5 b. 8 c. 6 d. 7

(2) Sarah is filling lemons in the boxes. The following table shows the relationship between the number of boxes and the number of lemons. Find the number of lemons she fills in 6 boxes.

a. 57 b. 53 c. 48 d. 41

(3) The rule for the given pattern is:

12 16 20 24 28 32 36

a. Subtract 4 b. Multiply by 4

c. Add 4 d. Divide by 4

(4) Which of the following values does not have the same value as 4 × 7?

a. 4 × 7 b. 4 + 7 + 4 + 7

c. 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 d. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4

(5) We have 3 pants and 4 shirts of different colors. How many different outfits can we make?

a. 15 b. 19 c. 12 d. 10

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(6) Fill in the blanks: (R stands for Remainder)

A) ……………. ÷ 4 = 24937R1 B) 94246 ÷ 2 = ………….. R ………..

C) 38214 ÷ = 7642R4 D) 76220 ÷ ………………. = 10888R4

(7) There are …………. odd numbers between 13 and 72.

(8) more parts should be shaded so that 9/10 of the given figure is shaded.

(9) In a cuboid, each vertex is formed by the meeting of ………… faces.

### Answer the questions

(10) The given figure shows a number line. What is the value of A?

## Week 3

### Choose correct answer(s) from the given choices

(1) Which of the sides in the given figure seem to be perpendicular?

a. p and r b. q and r

c. p and q d. q and s

(2) Sarah makes a rule to change any number to a new number. Find the rule used by Sarah, if the relationship between the original number and the new number is shown in the following table.

Numbers | New Numbers |

45 | 50 |

27 | 32 |

28 | 33 |

32 | 37 |

33 | 38 |

a. Multiply by 5

b. Divide by 5

c. Adding 5 to the original number

d. Subtracting 5 from the original number

Charlotte spent \frac{6}{{24}} of her money on a handbag and \frac{4}{{24}} more money on a purse. What fraction of money did she spend?

a. \frac{10}{{24}}

b. \frac{16}{{24}}

c. \frac{15}{{24}}

d. None of these

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(4) Daniel can solve 480 math problems in 80 minutes. Ashley can solve 80 math problems in 10 minutes. The number of math problems can be solved by each in one minute ……. , ……… .

(5) Victoria was born on May 8 in the year 2002. She will be ………… years old on May 8 in 2045.

(6) ♥ = …… and ◊ = …….. such that both the number sentences are true in the given box.

3 × ♥ = 12

♥ × ◊ = 20

(7) Gabrielle ate three-fourth of 8 toffees. She ate a total of ………. toffees.

### Answer the questions

(8) A group of 3 workers are painting the fence of a hospital. If 67.1 m of the fence is already painted, and each worker can paint 5 m 60 cm of the fence every hour, what is the total length of the fence that would have been painted after an hour?

(9) Aaron divides the given figure into two parts from point P to point Q. What are the two shapes that he will have?

(10) If there are 12 squares on each face of a playing cube, how many squares are there in total?

## Week 4

### Choose correct answer(s) from the given choices

(1) What is the total length of the pole in centimeters if 90 cm is buried in the ground?

a. 840 cm b. 750 cm

c. 760 cm d. 480 cm

(2) Find the value of ‘A’ in the given figure.

a. 140 b. 160

c. 120 d. 100

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(3) Victoria buys patties for each student in her class for a class party. Each patty costs ₹20.50. However, there is a discount where each batch of 15 patties costs only ₹300. She buys 33 patties. The money paid for 33 patties is ₹ ………. .

(4) A cube has ……….. vertices.

(5) ………… has its successor as the smallest 4-digit number.

(6) Digit 6 is in the thousands place.

Digit 4 has 40 as its place value.

Digit 5 is in the ones place.

The number name formed by using the given information is ………………………………………………………………….

### Answer the questions

(7) Find the number with the help of the clue given below.

3 thousands

5 ten thousands

3 tens

5 hundreds

4 ones

(8) Form the smallest 4-digit number with 7 in the tens place by using different digits.

(9) What is the difference between the shaded and unshaded portions of shape in pattern

66?

(10) Daniel can solve 560 math problems in 80 minutes. Charlotte can solve 540 math problems in 60 minutes. How many math problems can each solve in one minute?

## Week 5

### Choose correct answer(s) from the given choices

(1) Which one of the following is the fraction of boy faces in the given figure?

a. \frac{4}{5}

b. \frac{2}{9}

c. \frac{2}{5}

d. \frac{2}{8}

(2) A Car travels at a uniform speed and covers 81 km in 1 hour. How far can Car travel in 8 hours?

a. 640 b. 638

c. 648 d. 658

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(3) The fraction of pencils without circles on them is

(4) There are 64 apples in the boxes shown below. If there are equal number of apples in each box, then each box contains …….. apples

(5) There are ……… odd numbers between 39 and 118.

(6) The tally chart shows the items sold during the weekends. Use the information from the tally chart to answer the questions.

Find the following:

(a) The sale of ……… is minimum.

(b) ………. Burger were sold in all.

### Answer the questions

(7) In a cuboid, each vertex is formed by the meeting of ____ faces.

(8) A college has 69 boys and 36 girls. How many more boys are there than girls?

(9) 8 students share 48 pencils. How many pencils will each student get?

(10) Find the two missing numbers from the following number pattern.

13, 19, 25, ____, ____, 43, 49, 55, 61

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