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## 3 rd Grade

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**3rd Grade**Measurement and Data CRCT Review**1. (MD.1) The clock shows the time that Kristin finished**cheerleading practice. What time did she finish? A. 4:08 pm B. 4:43 pm C. 5:08 pm D. 5:43 pm**1. (MD.1) The clock shows the time that Kristin finished**cheerleading practice. What time did she finish? A. 4:08 pm B. 4:43 pm C. 5:08 pm D. 5:43 pm**2. (MD.1) Which is another way to write the time “12**minutes before 6:00”? A. 5:12 B. 5:48 C. 6:12 D. 6:48**2. (MD.1) Which is another way to write the time “12**minutes before 6:00”? A. 5:12 B. 5:48 C. 6:12 D. 6:48**3. (MD.1) Jared began practicing basketball at 3:30 pm. He**stopped practicing at 4:50 pm. How long did he practice? A. 20 minutes B. 50 minutes C. 1 hour and 20 minutes D. 1 hour and 50 minutes**3. (MD.1) Jared began practicing basketball at 3:30 pm. He**stopped practicing at 4:50 pm. How long did he practice? A. 20 minutes B. 50 minutes C. 1 hour and 20 minutes D. 1 hour and 50 minutes**4. (MD.1) Davis worked for 45 minutes on a painting in art**class. He finished at 1:30 pm. What time did he start? A. 12:45 pm B. 1:00 pm C. 2:15 pm D. 2:30 pm**4. (MD.1) Davis worked for 45 minutes on a painting in art**class. He finished at 1:30 pm. What time did he start? A. 12:45 pm B. 1:00 pm C. 2:15 pm D. 2:30 pm**5. (MD.1) Katie practiced her flute for 45 minutes, then**ate a snack for 15 minutes. Next, she worked on homework for 30 minutes until 6:00 pm. What time did she start practicing on her flute? A. 3:30 pm B. 4:00 pm C. 4:30 pm D. 5:00 pm**5. (MD.1) Katie practiced her flute for 45 minutes, then**ate a snack for 15 minutes. Next, she worked on homework for 30 minutes until 6:00 pm. What time did she start practicing on her flute? A. 3:30 pm B. 4:00 pm C. 4:30 pm D. 5:00 pm**6. (MD.2) Carolyn filled the bathroom sink with water.**About how much water did she put into the sink? A. much less than 1 liter B. a little less than 1 liter C. about 1 liter D. more than 1 liter**6. (MD.2) Carolyn filled the bathroom sink with water.**About how much water did she put into the sink? A. much less than 1 liter B. a little less than 1 liter C. about 1 liter D. more than 1 liter**7. (MD.2) What would be the best estimate for the mass of a**light bulb? A. 1 gram B. 60 grams C. 1 kilogram D. 60 kilograms**7. (MD.2) What would be the best estimate for the mass of a**light bulb? A. 1 gram B. 60 grams C. 1 kilogram D. 60 kilograms**8. (MD.2) The mass of Kyle’s dog is 32 kg. Kyle’s cat**weighs 27 kg less than his dog. How much does Kyle’s cat weigh? A. 5 kg B. 15 kg C. 27 kg D. 59 kg**8. (MD.2) The mass of Kyle’s dog is 32 kg. Kyle’s cat**weighs 27 kg less than his dog. How much does Kyle’s cat weigh? A. 5 kg B. 15 kg C. 27 kg D. 59 kg**9. (MD.3) The table shows the favorite lunches of 3rd grade**students. How many more students chose chicken than spaghetti? A. 15 students C. 35 students B. 30 students D. 45 students**9. (MD.3) The table shows the favorite lunches of 3rd grade**students. How many more students chose chicken than spaghetti? A. 15 students C. 35 students B. 30 students D. 45 students**10. (MD.3) The graph shows the number of cans that were**collected for the food drive. How many cans were collected in all? A. 60 cans C. 75 cans B. 70 cans D. 80 cans**10. (MD.3) The graph shows the number of cans that were**collected for the food drive. How many cans were collected in all? A. 60 cans C. 75 cans B. 70 cans D. 80 cans**A. 4 students C. 8 students**B. 6 students D. 12 students 11. (MD.4) Some students in a class were asked how much time they spent reading each night. How many students spent more than ½ hour reading?**A. 4 students C. 8 students**B. 6 students D. 12 students 11. (MD.4) Some students in a class were asked how much time they spent reading each night. How many students spent more than ½ hour reading?**12. (MD.4) How long is the crayon to the nearest quarter**inch? A. 4 inches B. 4 ¼ inches C. 4 ½ inches D. 4 ¾ inches**12. (MD.4) How long is the crayon to the nearest quarter**inch? A. 4 inches B. 4 ¼ inches C. 4 ½ inches D. 4 ¾ inches**13. (MD.5) What unit is used to measure the area of a**figure? A. square units B. circular units C. triangular units D. hexagonal units**13. (MD.5) What unit is used to measure the area of a**figure? A. square units B. circular units C. triangular units D. hexagonal units**14. (MD.5) Which figure below has an area of 4 square units?**A. C. B. D.**14. (MD.5) Which figure below has an area of 4 square units?**A. C. B. D.**15. (MD.6) What is the area of the rectangle below?**A. 6 square units B. 8 square units C. 12 square units D. 16 square units**15. (MD.6) What is the area of the rectangle below?**A. 6 square units B. 8 square units C. 12 square units D. 16 square units**16. (MD.7) Which equation shows how to find the area of the**rectangle below? A. 6 + 4 = ___ B. 6 x 4 = ___ C. 5 + 6 + 4 = ____ D. 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 = ____**16. (MD.7) Which equation shows how to find the area of the**rectangle below? A. 6 + 4 = ___ B. 6 x 4 = ___ C. 5 + 6 + 4 = ____ D. 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 = ____**17. (MD.7) The rectangle below has an area of 20 square**feet. What could be the length and width of the rectangle? A. 4 feet x 5 feet B. 3 feet x 7 feet C. 5 feet x 5 feet D. 10 feet x 10 feet**17. (MD.7) The rectangle below has an area of 20 square**feet. What could be the length and width of the rectangle? A. 4 feet x 5 feet B. 3 feet x 7 feet C. 5 feet x 5 feet D. 10 feet x 10 feet**18. (MD.7) Jacob has a rectangular garden that has an area**of 36 square feet. The width of his garden is 4 feet. What is the length of his garden? A. 8 feet B. 9 feet C. 32 feet D. 40 feet**18. (MD.7) Jacob has a rectangular garden that has an area**of 36 square feet. The width of his garden is 4 feet. What is the length of his garden? A. 8 feet B. 9 feet C. 32 feet D. 40 feet**7 inches**4 inches 17. (MD.7) Find the area of the rectangle below. A. 11 inches B. 11 square inches C. 28 inches D. 28 square inches**7 inches**4 inches 17. (MD.7) Find the area of the rectangle below. A. 11 inches B. 11 square inches C. 28 inches D. 28 square inches**9 inches**3 inches 18. (MD.8) Find the perimeter of the rectangle below. A. 12 inches B. 15 inches C. 24 inches D. 27 inches**9 inches**3 inches 18. (MD.8) Find the perimeter of the rectangle below. A. 12 inches B. 15 inches C. 24 inches D. 27 inches**19. (MD.8) Look at the square below. One side has a length**of 10 inches. What is the perimeter of the square? A. 20 inches B. 40 inches C. 50 inches D. 100 inches**19. (MD.8) Look at the square below. One side has a length**of 10 inches. What is the perimeter of the square? A. 20 inches B. 40 inches C. 50 inches D. 100 inches**8 meters**9 meters 9 meters ? 20. (MD.8) The shape below has a perimeter of 32 meters. What is the length of the missing side? A. 2 meters B. 4 meters C. 6 meters D. 8 meters**8 meters**9 meters 9 meters ? 20. (MD.8) The shape below has a perimeter of 32 meters. What is the length of the missing side? A. 2 meters B. 4 meters C. 6 meters D. 8 meters