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1 Sunshine Math 3 Mars,VII Grade-3 Pine View School Mrs. Seiders class 6/2/20141Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

2 Question 1 Notice how the two shapes are alike: Which pair of shapes are alike in the same way? 6/2/20142Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

3 Answer Choices A) B) c) 6/2/20143Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

4 Question 2 Ashley has a set of color tiles in a bag. There are 2 Greens, 5 reds, 2 yellows, and 4 blues. Without looking, is Ashley more likely to pick a green tile or a yellow tile? 6/2/20144Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

5 Question 2 Ashley has a set of color tiles in a bag. There are 2 Greens, 5 reds, 2 yellows, and 4 blues. Without looking, is Ashley more likely to pick a green tile or a yellow tile? 6/2/20145Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

6 Distracters/Junk data This is a perfect example of a distracter or a junk data. All you do is ignore them and read again to see what exactly they are asking for. 6/2/20146Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

7 Answer Both green and yellow has equal chance of being picked up by Ashley. 6/2/20147Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

8 Question 3 How many small cubes are there in the entire collection below? 6/2/20148Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

9 Question 3 How many small cubes are there in the entire collection below? /2/20149Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

10 Question 4 There are 4 bookshelves in the classroom. Each bookshelf has room for 20 books. If Mrs. Hogan has 90 books, how may books will not be able to fit on the shelves? 6/2/201410Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

11 Think of an array! Bookshelf 1 20 Books Bookshelf 2 20 Books Bookshelf 3 20 Books Bookshelf 4 20 Books 80 books total 6/2/201411Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

12 Answer 90 books 80 books 10 books 6/2/201412Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

13 Question 5 Three roses and two holly bushes are planted at the first stop of the nature trail. Then three roses and two holly bushes are planted at the second stop. Rose and holly bushes are planted in the same way until 20 bushes are planted. How many roses and how many holly bushes are planted? 6/2/201413Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

14 Lets have a look Stop1 3 Rose 2 Holly Stop2 3 Rose 2 Holly Stop3 3 Rose 2 Holly Stop4 3 Rose 2 Holly bushes 12 Rose 10 Holly 6/2/201414Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

15 Question 6 Abraham had three stacks of baseball cards. One stack had 25 cards in it, the next stack had 20 cards in it, and the third stack had 30 cards. How many cards would be in each stack if Abraham made them all the same height? 6/2/201415Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

16 Lets understand-two step process 75 Total cards /2/201416Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

17 Step-2 6/2/201417Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

18 Question 7 Solve the magic square. The sum across each row, and down each column, must be the same as the sum along each diagonal /2/201418Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

19 Question 7 Solve the magic square. The sum across each row, and down each column, must be the same as the sum along each diagonal /2/201419Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

20 Question 10 A can of soup weighs 251 grams. How many cans would weigh about 1 kilogram? 6/2/201420Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

21 Weight relationship 1 Kilogram 1000 grams 6/2/201421Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

22 Weight relationship 1 can=251 grams 2 cans= 502 grams 3 cans= 753 grams 4 cans= 1004 grams 6/2/201422Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP

23 Thank you Now have some donuts!!!!!!! 6/2/201423Jignesh Patel, MD FAAP


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