# CBSE Class 3 Mathematics Worksheets

**CBSE Class 3 Mathematics Worksheets is about the practice problems for Class 3 Students. Here you can find out Model Questions for Class 3 Mathematics.**

**CBSE Class 3 Mathematics/WorksheetsExtra Questions for Practice/Model QuestionsChoose the correct answer from the options given below:**

- 5m = ———- cm

A. 50

B. 500

C. 5000 - 3 more than 8 is —————-

A. 5

B. 10

C. 11 - The place value of 5 in 4567 is ————–

A. 5

B. 50

C. 500 - The smallest 4 digit number is —————

A. 1000

B. 1111

C. 9999 - Which is the smaller number?

A. 7008

B. 8007

C. 7080**Fill in the blanks:** - The face value of 7 in 78965 is —————
- The number name of 50430 is ————–
- The smallest 4 digit number that can be formed using the digits 3, 0, 8, 1
- Shapes that can be drawn on plane surfaces is called ————-
- The number of faces of a cylinder is ———-
**Answer the following:** - Find the sum of greatest 4 digit number and smallest 4 digit number?
- Write the number 987065 in standard form and write its number name?
- Arrange the numbers in ascending order:

43657, 43567, 43765, 45763 - Manu had 6 chocolates and Deepu had 14 chocolates. Find the total number of chocolates they had?
- Classify the following as 2D and 3D shapes:

Sphere, Cone, Circle, Triangle, Cube, Cuboid, Square, Rectangle

**ANSWERS:**

- 500
- 11
- 500
- 1000
- 7008
- 7
- Fifty thousand four hundred thirty
- 1038
- 2D shapes
- 3
- Greatest 4 digit number = 9999

Smallest 4 digit number 1000

Sum = 9999 + 1000 = 10999 - 9, 87,065 is the standard form

Number name is Nine lakh eighty seven thousand sixty five. - Ascending order means arrangement from smallest to greatest.

43567, 43657, 43765, 45763 - Total number of chocolates = 6 + 14 = 20 chocolates
- 2D shapes are Circle, Triangle, Rectangle and Square

3D shapes are Sphere, Cone, Cube and Cuboid