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## 180 Days of Math for Third Grade Answers Key Day 119

**Directions: Solve each problem.**

Question 1.

The sum of 152 and 77 is __________

Answer:

152

+77

229

By adding 152 and 77 we get 229.

Question 2.

3 Ã— 8 =

Answer: 24

Explanation:

By performing a multiplication operation we can find the product of 3 and 8.

So, by multiplying 3 and 8 we get 24.

Question 3.

30 Ã— 8 =

Answer: 240

Explanation:

By performing a multiplication operation we can find the product of 3 and 8.

So, by multiplying 30 and 8 we get 240.

Question 4.

Divide 25 by 5.

Answer: 5

Explanation:

By performing a division operation we can find the quotient for 25 and 5.

So, by dividing 25 and 5 we get 5.

So, the quotient is 5 and the remainder is 0.

Question 5.

Add 25Â¢ to the coins below. What is the total value?

Answer:

Quarter dollar = 25Â¢

There are 2 Quarter dollars in the above figure.

So,Â 25Â¢ Ã— 2 = 50Â¢

1 dime = 10Â¢

There are 2 dimes in the above figure.

So, 10Â¢ Ã— 2 = 20Â¢

50Â¢ + 20Â¢ + 25 = 95Â¢

Thus the total value of the coins after adding 25Â¢ is 95Â¢.

Question 6.

42 – = 16

Answer:

Let the missing value be x.

42 – x = 16

42 – 16 = x

x = 26

So, 42 – 26 = 16

Question 7.

These bottles are filled with cups of sand. Which 2 bottles hold 46 cups altogether?

Answer:

Given,

The capacity of A = 13 cups

The capacity of B = 22 cups

Capacity of C = 24 cups

We have to find which 2 bottles hold 46 cups all together

22 + 24 = 46 cups

Thus bottles B and C hold 46 cups altogether.

Question 8.

Show two thirty on the clock.

Answer:

Question 9.

Match the solid to its front and side views.

Answer:

The given figure is a cylinder.

The top view of the cylinder is a circle and the side view is a rectangle.

So, option B matches the solid to its front and side views.

Question 10.

Larry plans to buy 20 baseball cards. The cards cost 25Â¢ each. How much will Larry spend on baseball cards?

Answer:

Given,

Larry plans to buy 20 baseball cards.

The cards cost 25Â¢ each.

20 Ã— 25Â¢ = 500Â¢

Therefore Larry spends 500Â¢ on baseball cards.