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1. 3rd Grade Measurement and Data CRCT Review

2. 1. (MD.1) The clock shows the time that Kristin finished cheerleading practice. What time did she finish? A. 4:08 pm B. 4:43 pm C. 5:08 pm D. 5:43 pm

3. 1. (MD.1) The clock shows the time that Kristin finished cheerleading practice. What time did she finish? A. 4:08 pm B. 4:43 pm C. 5:08 pm D. 5:43 pm

4. 2. (MD.1) Which is another way to write the time “12 minutes before 6:00”? A. 5:12 B. 5:48 C. 6:12 D. 6:48

5. 2. (MD.1) Which is another way to write the time “12 minutes before 6:00”? A. 5:12 B. 5:48 C. 6:12 D. 6:48

6. 3. (MD.1) Jared began practicing basketball at 3:30 pm. He stopped practicing at 4:50 pm. How long did he practice? A. 20 minutes B. 50 minutes C. 1 hour and 20 minutes D. 1 hour and 50 minutes

7. 3. (MD.1) Jared began practicing basketball at 3:30 pm. He stopped practicing at 4:50 pm. How long did he practice? A. 20 minutes B. 50 minutes C. 1 hour and 20 minutes D. 1 hour and 50 minutes

8. 4. (MD.1) Davis worked for 45 minutes on a painting in art class. He finished at 1:30 pm. What time did he start? A. 12:45 pm B. 1:00 pm C. 2:15 pm D. 2:30 pm

9. 4. (MD.1) Davis worked for 45 minutes on a painting in art class. He finished at 1:30 pm. What time did he start? A. 12:45 pm B. 1:00 pm C. 2:15 pm D. 2:30 pm

10. 5. (MD.1) Katie practiced her flute for 45 minutes, then ate a snack for 15 minutes. Next, she worked on homework for 30 minutes until 6:00 pm. What time did she start practicing on her flute? A. 3:30 pm B. 4:00 pm C. 4:30 pm D. 5:00 pm

11. 5. (MD.1) Katie practiced her flute for 45 minutes, then ate a snack for 15 minutes. Next, she worked on homework for 30 minutes until 6:00 pm. What time did she start practicing on her flute? A. 3:30 pm B. 4:00 pm C. 4:30 pm D. 5:00 pm

12. 6. (MD.2) Carolyn filled the bathroom sink with water. About how much water did she put into the sink? A. much less than 1 liter B. a little less than 1 liter C. about 1 liter D. more than 1 liter

13. 6. (MD.2) Carolyn filled the bathroom sink with water. About how much water did she put into the sink? A. much less than 1 liter B. a little less than 1 liter C. about 1 liter D. more than 1 liter

14. 7. (MD.2) What would be the best estimate for the mass of a light bulb? A. 1 gram B. 60 grams C. 1 kilogram D. 60 kilograms

15. 7. (MD.2) What would be the best estimate for the mass of a light bulb? A. 1 gram B. 60 grams C. 1 kilogram D. 60 kilograms

16. 8. (MD.2) The mass of Kyle’s dog is 32 kg. Kyle’s cat weighs 27 kg less than his dog. How much does Kyle’s cat weigh? A. 5 kg B. 15 kg C. 27 kg D. 59 kg

17. 8. (MD.2) The mass of Kyle’s dog is 32 kg. Kyle’s cat weighs 27 kg less than his dog. How much does Kyle’s cat weigh? A. 5 kg B. 15 kg C. 27 kg D. 59 kg

18. 9. (MD.3) The table shows the favorite lunches of 3rd grade students. How many more students chose chicken than spaghetti? A. 15 students C. 35 students B. 30 students D. 45 students

19. 9. (MD.3) The table shows the favorite lunches of 3rd grade students. How many more students chose chicken than spaghetti? A. 15 students C. 35 students B. 30 students D. 45 students

20. 10. (MD.3) The graph shows the number of cans that were collected for the food drive. How many cans were collected in all? A. 60 cans C. 75 cans B. 70 cans D. 80 cans

21. 10. (MD.3) The graph shows the number of cans that were collected for the food drive. How many cans were collected in all? A. 60 cans C. 75 cans B. 70 cans D. 80 cans

22. A. 4 students C. 8 students B. 6 students D. 12 students 11. (MD.4) Some students in a class were asked how much time they spent reading each night. How many students spent more than ½ hour reading?

23. A. 4 students C. 8 students B. 6 students D. 12 students 11. (MD.4) Some students in a class were asked how much time they spent reading each night. How many students spent more than ½ hour reading?

24. 12. (MD.4) How long is the crayon to the nearest quarter inch? A. 4 inches B. 4 ¼ inches C. 4 ½ inches D. 4 ¾ inches

25. 12. (MD.4) How long is the crayon to the nearest quarter inch? A. 4 inches B. 4 ¼ inches C. 4 ½ inches D. 4 ¾ inches

26. 13. (MD.5) What unit is used to measure the area of a figure? A. square units B. circular units C. triangular units D. hexagonal units

27. 13. (MD.5) What unit is used to measure the area of a figure? A. square units B. circular units C. triangular units D. hexagonal units

28. 14. (MD.5) Which figure below has an area of 4 square units? A. C. B. D.

29. 14. (MD.5) Which figure below has an area of 4 square units? A. C. B. D.

30. 15. (MD.6) What is the area of the rectangle below? A. 6 square units B. 8 square units C. 12 square units D. 16 square units

31. 15. (MD.6) What is the area of the rectangle below? A. 6 square units B. 8 square units C. 12 square units D. 16 square units

32. 16. (MD.7) Which equation shows how to find the area of the rectangle below? A. 6 + 4 = ___ B. 6 x 4 = ___ C. 5 + 6 + 4 = ____ D. 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 = ____

33. 16. (MD.7) Which equation shows how to find the area of the rectangle below? A. 6 + 4 = ___ B. 6 x 4 = ___ C. 5 + 6 + 4 = ____ D. 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 = ____

34. 17. (MD.7) The rectangle below has an area of 20 square feet. What could be the length and width of the rectangle? A. 4 feet x 5 feet B. 3 feet x 7 feet C. 5 feet x 5 feet D. 10 feet x 10 feet

35. 17. (MD.7) The rectangle below has an area of 20 square feet. What could be the length and width of the rectangle? A. 4 feet x 5 feet B. 3 feet x 7 feet C. 5 feet x 5 feet D. 10 feet x 10 feet

36. 18. (MD.7) Jacob has a rectangular garden that has an area of 36 square feet. The width of his garden is 4 feet. What is the length of his garden? A. 8 feet B. 9 feet C. 32 feet D. 40 feet

37. 18. (MD.7) Jacob has a rectangular garden that has an area of 36 square feet. The width of his garden is 4 feet. What is the length of his garden? A. 8 feet B. 9 feet C. 32 feet D. 40 feet

38. 7 inches 4 inches 17. (MD.7) Find the area of the rectangle below. A. 11 inches B. 11 square inches C. 28 inches D. 28 square inches

39. 7 inches 4 inches 17. (MD.7) Find the area of the rectangle below. A. 11 inches B. 11 square inches C. 28 inches D. 28 square inches

40. 9 inches 3 inches 18. (MD.8) Find the perimeter of the rectangle below. A. 12 inches B. 15 inches C. 24 inches D. 27 inches

41. 9 inches 3 inches 18. (MD.8) Find the perimeter of the rectangle below. A. 12 inches B. 15 inches C. 24 inches D. 27 inches

42. 19. (MD.8) Look at the square below. One side has a length of 10 inches. What is the perimeter of the square? A. 20 inches B. 40 inches C. 50 inches D. 100 inches

43. 19. (MD.8) Look at the square below. One side has a length of 10 inches. What is the perimeter of the square? A. 20 inches B. 40 inches C. 50 inches D. 100 inches

44. 8 meters 9 meters 9 meters ? 20. (MD.8) The shape below has a perimeter of 32 meters. What is the length of the missing side? A. 2 meters B. 4 meters C. 6 meters D. 8 meters

45. 8 meters 9 meters 9 meters ? 20. (MD.8) The shape below has a perimeter of 32 meters. What is the length of the missing side? A. 2 meters B. 4 meters C. 6 meters D. 8 meters