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Grade 3

Mathematics - Next Generation (2017)

New York State Learning Standards

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Mathematics - Next Generation (2017)

New York State Learning Standards

3.NF1

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- Q1Max and his friends made a flag for their school presentation. They divided the flag into equal sections and colored 3 of the sections gray. The flag is show below. What fraction of the flag is gray?4/83/82/53/5300s3.NF1
- Q2Sam was working on a math problem. He was asked to shade parts of the figure so that 5/8 of the figure should be shaded. What should Sam do to complete the math problem?Sam should shade three more parts of the figure.Sam should shade four more parts of the figure.Sam should shade five more parts of the figure.Sam should shade two more parts of the figure.300s
- Q3Jonathan divided a garden equally into 6 parts. He planted seeds in 5 of the parts. In what fraction of the garden did Jonathan plant seeds?1/65/66/51/5300s
- Q4What is the fraction shown in this image?4/46/8None are correct4/8300s
- Q5Which fraction is greater than?3/52/3300s
- Q6Mr. George gave an fraction problem of 2/3 x 4/5. What is the first step he must do to solve this equation?Mr. George must divide both sides until their equal.Mr. George must subtract the bottom fractions in order to continue solving.Mr. George must cross multiply from bottom to top.Mr. George must add both equations first.300s