3rd grade math 2009
  • 1. Where two lines meet and is measured in degrees
A) line
B) fraction
C) centimeter
D) angle
  • 2. Upright or straight up and down
A) rhombus
B) vertical
C) polygon
D) horizontal
  • 3. A set of objects or numbers arranged in order and is often in columns and rows
A) multiple
B) congruent
C) base
D) array
  • 4. Lines that are the same distance apart
A) straight
B) curved
C) parallel
D) perpendicular
  • 5. Uses bars to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
A) Venn diagram
B) T-chart
C) bar graph
D) pie chart
  • 6. An object that has a length, width, and height
A) pyramid
B) three-dimensional
C) square
D) number line
  • 7. Having the same shape and size
A) two-dimensional
B) meter
C) congruent
D) width
  • 8. Flat and parallel to the ground
A) triangle
B) perimeter
C) vertical
D) horizontal
  • 9. The dimension of an object that can be seen or touched
A) square
B) surface
C) side
D) circle
  • 10. Two intersecting lines that form right angles
A) curved
B) parallel
C) straight
D) perpendicular
  • 11. The measurement from top to bottom
A) gram
B) length
C) meter
D) width
  • 12. The number that remains after subtraction
A) sum
B) size
C) factor
D) difference
  • 13. The bottom of a polygon or solid
A) angle
B) base
C) vertex
D) square
  • 14. A number sentence that relates using the same numbers
A) fraction
B) fact family
C) fraction
D) number line
  • 15. Highest or greatest amount or value
A) maximum
B) minimum
C) addition
D) multiplication
  • 16. Measurement from side to side
A) width
B) inch
C) length
D) diagonal
  • 17. The point of intersection of lines
A) polygon
B) vertex
C) perimeter
D) square
  • 18. Equal in amount or value
A) equivalent
B) difference
C) fact family
D) estimation
  • 19. A unit of length that is equal to one twelfth of a foot
A) liter
B) kilogram
C) inch
D) centimeter
  • 20. To group things by similar characteristics
A) regroup
B) classify
C) size
D) solve
  • 21. A metric unit used for measuring length that is equal to 100 centimeters
A) inch
B) meter
C) milliliter
D) gram
  • 22. To break down into parts
A) graph
B) decompose
C) identify
D) addition
  • 23. The divisor or bottom half of a fraction
A) numeral
B) denominator
C) difference
D) numerator
  • 24. A linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard
A) polygon
B) degree
C) liter
D) foot
  • 25. A collection of information or facts
A) fraction
B) data
C) estimation
D) base
  • 26. Sharing or grouping a number into different parts
A) fact family
B) addition
C) division
D) perpendicular
  • 27. Lowest or least amount or value
A) sum
B) maximum
C) difference
D) minimum
  • 28. A metric unit used for measuring length that is equal to one hundredth of a meter
A) centimeter
B) liter
C) mile
D) meter
  • 29. Upright or straight up and down
A) horizontal
B) vertical
C) circle
D) diagonal
  • 30. The operation of repeated addition that can be displayed through an array
A) fact family
B) subtraction
C) multiplication
D) graph
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