# Measurement Quiz

## Quiz by Madison Limbrick

Grade 3
Mathematics
Common Core

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8 questions
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• Q1
Ms. Henley is meeting her son at the coffee shop at 12:00 for lunch. She arrives 20 minutes early. What time does Ms. Henley get to the coffee shop? Use A.M. or P.M. Explain how you know which one to use.
11:40 A.M.
12:40 P.M.
11:40 P.M.
11:45 A.M.
300s
3.MD.A.1
• Q2
Mario puts loaves of bread in the oven at 8:20 A.M. He takes the bread out at 8:47 A.M. Find how long it took for the bread to bake. Use the number line to solve the problem.
27 minutes
30 minutes
25 minutes
20 minutes
300s
3.MD.A.1
• Q3
How much juice will the pitcher hold when full?
1 Liter
6 Liters
5 Liters
4 Liters
300s
3.MD.A.2
• Q4
Mario fills the pitcher above with juice 7 times during the day. How many liters of juice does Mario serve?
30 Liters
7 Liters
35 Liters
5 Liters
300s
3.MD.A.2
• Q5
What unit of measure can Mario use to measure the mass of the bread?
Liters
Grams
Kilograms
300s
3.MD.A.2
• Q6
Mario has a sack with 300 grams of flour in it. He uses 130 grams to make pies. How many grams of flour does he have left?
75 grams
165 grams
170 grams
160 grams
300s
3.MD.A.2
• Q7
Mario's raisin bread recipe calls for 25 grams of raisins and 40 grams of nuts. How many more grams of nuts than raisins does the recipe call for?
10 grams
20 grams
15 grams
25 grams
300s
3.MD.A.2
• Q8
Compare the masses of the object in the picture. Are the objects' mass equal, less than, or more than each other?
The mass of the pencil is equal to the mass of the apple.
The mass of the pencil is less than the mass of the apple.
The mass of the pencil is more than the mass of the apple.
300s
3.MD.A.2

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