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180 Days of Math for Third Grade Answers Key Day 142
Directions: Solve each problem.
Perform subtraction operation on above two given numbers. Subtract 16 from 20 the difference is equal to 4.
Thirteen times one is ___________.
13 x 1 = 13
Thirteen times one is13.
Thirteen times one is calculated by performing multiplication operation. Multiply 13 times with 1 the product is equal to 13 So, Thirteen times one is equal to thirteen.
9 × 9 =
9 × 9 =
Perform multiplication on above two given numbers. Multiply 9 with 9 the product is equal to 81.
What number follows 736?
The given number is 736.
The number follows 736 is 737.
What number is 100 more than 98?
Here we have to perform addition operation.
Add 100 with 98 the sum is equal to 198.
98 + 100 = 198
The number 100 more than 98 is 198.
42 ÷ 7 = 2 ×
42 ÷ 7 = 2 ×
Perform division operation on left side. Divide 42 by 7 the quotient is equal to 6. The left side result is equal to 6.
To get 6 on right side we need to perform multiplication operation. Multiply 2 with 3 the product is equal to 6. The missing multiplicand is 3.
So, both result are equal.
Jo painted these cupboards. Circle the one that needed the most paint.
In the above image we can observe two cupboards. Jo painted the above two cupboards. The right side cupboard needs most paint compared to left side cupboards. So, draw a circle for right side cupboard.
Is a bed longer or shorter than one meter?
The bed is longer than one meter.
How many fewer people liked skiing than snowboarding?
Favorite Winter Sports
In the above table we can observe favorite winter sports.
Snowboarding is liked by 324 people.
Sledding is liked by 225 people.
Skiing is liked by 278 people.
Ice skating is liked by 175 people.
Subtract 278 people who likes skiing from the 324 people who likes Snowboarding.
324 – 278 = 46 people
So, 46 fewer people liked skiing than snowboarding.
Rachel walks to school every day. At the end of the week, she has spent 45 minutes walking to school. How long does it take Rachel to walk to school every day?