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STAAR Review 3rd grade

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  • Q1

    A garden has 3 rows of flowers. Last year the garden had 4 flowers in each row. Which model can be used to find the number of flowers in the garden last year?

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  • Q2

    James has a total of 48 candies in packs. There are 6 candies in each pack. How many packs of candies does James have? 

    8

    6

    7

    5

    300s
  • Q3

    Look at the fractions on the number line. Which comparison is true?

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  • Q4

    Tyler had 352 pokemon cards. He sold some of the baseball cards and then had 102 pokemon cards left. Which equation could NOT be used to find the number of pokemon cards Tyler sold?

    102 + ______ = 302

    302 - _____ = _______

    302 - 102 = _______

    302 + 102 = ______

    300s
  • Q5

    Which of these models represent the same number?

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    Model X and Model Y, because 20 ones is equivalent to 20 tens.

    None of these

    Model X and Model Z, because 20 ones is equivalent to 2 hundreds.

    Model Y and Model Z, because 20 tens is equivalent to 2 hundreds.

    300s
  • Q6

    Four fraction models are shown.

    Which two models are shaded to show equivalent fractions?

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    Models 1 and 2

    Models 2 and 4

    Models 1 and 3

    Models 2 and 3

    300s
  • Q7

    There are 257 pumpkin pies in the cafeteria at school. There are 215 pumpkin pies in a different cafeteria. What is the difference between the numbers of pumpkin pies in these cafeterias?

    200

    20

    42

    40

    300s
  • Q8

    Mary is playing a matching game. Below is the card she got in the game. Which is an equivalent fraction to the one Mary got on her card?

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    300s
  • Q9

    A group of 24 children and 42 adults will travel to Six Flags in vans. There will be 6 people in each van. How many vans will be needed to take the group to Six Flags?

    66

    24

    12

    11

    300s
  • Q10

    Jerry received 14 phone calls on Tuesday. This expression can be used to show the number of phone calls he received on Saturday.

    14 x 4 

    Which statement is true?

    Jerry received 4 more phone calls on Tuesday than he received on Saturday.

    Jerry received 4 times as many phone calls on Saturday as he received on Tuesday.

    Jerry received 4 more phone calls on Saturday than he received on Tuesday.

    Jerry received 4 times as many phone calls on Tuesday as he received on Saturday.

    300s
  • Q11

    The expanded notation of a number is shown.

    (7 × 10,000) + (3 × 100) + (8 × 10) + (1 x 1)

    What is the standard form of this number?

    7,381

    7,382

    70,382

    70,381

    300s
  • Q12

    There are 4 cookies on a plate. In the model the shaded cookies represent chocolate chip cookies.

    Which expression represents the fraction of cookies on the plate that are chocolate chip?

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    300s
  • Q13

    The frequency table shows the number of points scored by each player on a baseball team during a game.

    What is the combined number of points scored by Blas, Joe, Mark, and Juan?

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    25

    30

    80

    35

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  • Q14

    Kyliah drew four congruent squares. She shaded the same fraction of eachsquare. This is one of Kyliah's squares.

    Which square CANNOT be another one of Kailani’s squares?

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    300s
  • Q15

    Liza listed the amounts she paid for karate for three months.

    • February: $68

    • March: $80

    • April: $166

    What is the amount Liza paid for karate for these three months?

    341

    380

    366

    314

    300s

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