# Grade 3 Olympiad – Tuyển chọn câu hỏi Olympiad lớp 3

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Grade 3 Olympiad

## Week 1

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

(1) Which of the following patterns shows the correct decreasing order?

a. 113, 113, 113 b. 161, 162, 158

c. 120, 123, 128 d. 101, 99, 97

(2) Thang cuts 4 equal pieces of pear. He eats 3 out of them. Which of the following

equations shows the part he eats?

(3) 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) Which item was sold the minimum.

(b) Number of Pizza sold in all:

a. (a) Fried rice, (b) Ice-cream b. (a) Ice-cream, (b) 17

c. (a) 17, (b) Ice-cream d. (a) 1, (b) 18

(4) Which of the following letter patterns follows the same rule as the shape pattern shown below?

a. QPQRSPQRS b. PQRSRPQRS

c. RPQRSPQRS d. PQRSPQRS

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

a. A rectangle and a square b. A trapezium and a square

c. A square and a triangle d. A triangle and a rectangle

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(6) 39A, 42D, 45G, 48J, ……

…………….. comes next in the pattern.

(7) Nevermore decided to choose 1 animal, 1 plant and 1 flower sticker from each of the sticker groups, as shown, to decorate his drawing notebook. The total number of different combinations of stickers that Nevermore can choose is ……………

### Answer the questions

(8) Katherine picked 20 flowers. She wants to make 6 garlands having the same number of flowers. How many more flowers should she pick so that she does not have any extra flower left with her?

(9) Find the sum of 1414 and 2124.

(10) 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) Which item was sold the maximum?

(b) Which item was sold the minimum?

(c) How many Chapatis were sold in all?

## Week 2

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

(1) Study the given figure and find the missing term.

a. 13 b. 42

c. 9 d. 8

(2) Find the value of M.

a. 5 b. 6

c. 7 d. 2

(3) The wall of a warehouse is being repainted by a group of 6 workers. If 82.4 m of the wall is already painted, and each worker can paint 6 m 60 cm of the wall every hour, what is the total length of the wall that would have been painted after an hour?

a. 125.9 m b. 119.3 m

c. 122 m d. 123.1 m

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

(5) We have 2 pants and 3 shirts of different colors. We can make …………. different outfits.

(6) Fill in the blanks:

(R stands for Remainder)

A) 50009 ÷ 2 = ……….. R……….. B) 98019 ÷ 6 = ……….. R………..

C) 83301 ÷ 5 = …………. R ………. D) 96419 ÷ 9 = ……….. R………..

(7) The fraction of girl faces in the given figure is equal to

### Answer the questions

(8) After buying 14 colour pencils for $8 each, Alexander is left with $5. How much amount did he have at first?

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

(10) What is the total length of the pole in centimeters if 60 cm is buried in the ground?

## Week 3

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

(1) Jacob buys patties for each student in his class for a class party. Each patty costs ₹22.50. However, there is a discount where each batch of 5 patties costs only ₹100. He buys 47 patties. How much money did he pay for all 47 patties?

a. ₹1057.50 b. ₹4700

c. ₹1067.50 d. ₹945

(2) Find the number of corners in the given shape.

a. 14 b. 7

c. 15 d. 10

(3) 117 pears were distributed equally in a class of 9 students. How many pears did each student get?

a. 18 b. 12

c. 14 d. 13

(4) Which of the following is different from the others?

a. 1 hundred b. 100 ones

c. 10 tens d. 1 thousand

(5) Ryan puts 4 green, 7 blue, 8 red, and 5 white marbles in a bag. Which of the following is the most probable color to come out of the bag?

a. White b. Blue

c. Green d. Red

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

a. 8 b. 6

c. 5 d. 7

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(7) If 70 cm of the pole is buried in the ground, the total length of the pole will be ………..cm.

### Answer the questions

(9) The given figure shows a water tank with a capacity of 650 l. It is filled with 110 l of water. How many 10 l buckets are needed to fill the water tank completely?

(10) If there are 15 squares on each face of a playing cube, how many squares are there in total?

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