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### Grade 3 - Mathematics5.7 Story Problems - 3

 Method: Read the problem carefully. Compute the required results. Example: Jack walked 2.5 miles on Monday, 3.5 miles more on Tuesday. How many miles did he cover on both the days? He walks 2.5 miles on Monday. On Tuesday he covers 2.5 + 3.5 = 6 miles Distance covered in both the days = 2.5 + 6 Answer: 8.5 miles Directions: Solve the following. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

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### Grade 3 - Mathematics5.7 Story Problems - 3

 Q 1: Jed ran 5 laps on Saturday and 6 more laps on Sunday. How many laps did run altogether?9 laps10 laps11 laps12 laps Q 2: Kyler carried 4 books, Mitchell carried 8 books, and David carried 10 books. How many more books did Kyler and Mitchell carry together than David?2 books22 books4 books6 books Q 3: William needs 25 stickers to fill his award chart. If he earns 5 stickers each week, how many weeks will it take him to fill his chart?5 weeks20 weeks18 weeks30 weeks Q 4: Stefanie and her two friends earned \$9 each for painting signs. How much money did they make altogether?\$3\$27\$18\$109 Q 5: Jordan pays \$.30 for milk everyday. If she has \$.90, how many days can she buy milk?3 days1 day9 days\$1.20 Q 6: Jonathan raises chickens. In the barn he found a hen and a baby chick. In the barnyard, he found 4 hens and 14 chicks. How many hens and chicks does Jonathan have?20 hens and chicks10 hens and chicks18 hens and chicks19 hens and chicks Q 7: If Susan bought 8 pencils when they cost 2 for \$0.25, how much money did she use up?\$2.00\$2.50\$1.00 Q 8: Twenty one frogs are on a log, and twelve jump off. How many frogs are left on the log?1021912 Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!