# Math Quiz For Grade 3

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##### Distributive Property of Multiplication

The distributive property of multiplication is a math rule that can help you solve multiplication problems more easily. It says that when you multiply a number by a sum of two or more numbers, you can distribute the number to each of the numbers in the sum and then add the products together.

It is a fundamental property that governs how multiplication interacts with addition and subtraction. Understanding the distributive property is essential for kids as it provides a powerful tool for manipulating and evaluating algebraic expressions, making mathematical operations more efficient and manageable.

So,why is the distributive property useful?

The distributive property can be used to solve more complex multiplication problems.

For example, let’s look at the problem 3 x (5 + 2). Using the distributive property, we can break this problem down into two smaller problems:

3 x 5 = 15

3 x 2 = 6

15 + 6 = 21

So, 3 x (5 + 2) is the same as 21.

We have included a quiz to help you practice using the distributive property of multiplication. The quiz includes problems that are appropriate for grade 3 students.

• Q-1
• Every day, John exercises by running on a treadmill for 35 minutes and lifting weights for 28 minutes. What math sentences can we use to figure out how many minutes of exercise John does in a whole week?

• Q-2
• Which choice shows only rectangles that have an area of 16 square units? Just think about it like this: if a rectangle is 3 rows high and 4 columns wide, it has an area of 16 square units. Which of the options matches that?

• Q-3
• Solve: (173 x 8) – (8 x 73)

• Q-4
• Fill the blank:(142 x 65) + (142 x ___) = 14200

• Q-5
• Select the option that equals 7500

• Q-6
• Fill in the missing number: (9 x 73) – (27) = 9 x 73 – 9 x ___

• Q-7
• Find: 23 x 50 + 23 x 20

• Q-8
• Find the missing number: (12 x 78) + (24) = 12 x 78 + 12 x ___

• Q-9
• Calculate the area of the figure below:

• Q-10
• An apple farm yields 455 dozens of apples. How many apples were harvested?