Division - 3rd grade - math problems
Number of problems found: 15
- In the bowl
There are 12 pears in the bowl. Erik ate a third. How many pears remained in the bowl?
- The lift
The lift can fit four people. How many uphill rides must the lift make to move up 12 passengers?
- Sauna and pool
There are 49 people in the swimming pool. There are seven times fewer people in the sauna. How many people are in the sauna? How many people are entirely in the pool and the sauna?
- Apple juice
From 7 kg of apples we get 3 liters of apple juice. How many liters of juice do we get from 42 kg of apples?
- Gym room
There were a total of 78 shoes and caps in the gym locker room. How many students came to training today?
Matthew picked up half-pitcher of raspberry in 45 minutes. Find how long three children filled the pitcher if each of them working at the same pace as Matthew.
- Czech crowns
Oldrich has one crown. Peter has five crowns coin, a two crown coin and a one-crown coin. Radek has twenty-crown banknote, ten banknote and five-crown coin. The boys got one fifty-one crown and one crown coin. How can they share the money fairly when they
Louise read from their favorite book for three days, 18 pages. Every day read the same number of pages. How many pages do she read every day?
- Two florists
At the market, the florist sold 10 times more varieties of flowers than the florist at the stand opposite. It had 90 varieties of roses, 70 varieties of tulips, and 50 varieties of daffodils. How many varieties of each species did the florist offer in the
Ferko boarded the tram which has already been 19 passengers. At the first stop on the tram left twice fewer passengers and on second stop again twice times less. The third stop was final. How many passengers left with Ferko at the third stop?
- Multiples of int
How many multiples of 3 are between the numbers to 20? (zero not count)
On the table was 56 cakes. When Peter went home, leaving them eight times less. How many cakes left?
Fisherman caught 32 fish, which is four times more than last year. How many fish he caught last year?
Grower harvested 190 kg of apples. Pears harvested 10 times less. a) How many kg pears harvested? b) How many apples and pears harvested? c) How many kg harvested pears less than apples?
Johnny has 370 cars. Peter twice less. How many cars have Peter?
Division Problems. Examples for 3rd grade.