State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness
Grade 3
Mathematics
2019

1 
Eva had \(582\) cards. Then, she gave \(212\) of the cards to her friend Alice. After that, Eva lost \(195\) cards. Which equation can be used to find the number of cards Eve has now?

(A) 
\(582\ – \ 212 \ + \ 195 =\) 
(B) 
\(582\ + \ 212 \ + \ 195 =\) 
(C) 
\(582\ + \ 212 \  \ 195 =\) 
(D) 
\(582\  \ 212 \  \ 195 =\) 
2 
Which number is made up of \(5\) hundreds,\( 2\) tens, and \(4\) ones?

(A) 
\(524\) 
(B) 
\(542\) 
(C) 
\(452\) 
(D) 
\(254\) 
3 
Alex’s goal is to save $\(250\) to purchase her favorite bike. In January, she saved $\(64\). In February, she saved $\(45\). How much money does Alex need to save in March to be able to purchase her favorite bike?

(A) 
\($140\) 
(B) 
\($141\) 
(C) 
\($143\) 
(D) 
\($144\) 
4 
Look at the spinner above. On which color is the spinner most likely to land?

(A) 
Green 
(B) 
Red 
(C) 
Yellow 
(D) 
None 
5 
There are \(8\) numbers in the box below. Which of the following list shows only odd numbers from the numbers in the box? \(10, \ 21, \ 42, \ 17, \ 88, \ 29, \ 65, \ 36\)

(A) 
\(21, \ 88, \ 65,\ 17\) 
(B) 
\(21,\ 17,\ 29,\ 65\) 
(C) 
\(88,\ 17,\ 42,\ 10\) 
(D) 
\(88,\ 21,\ 29,\ 10\) 
6 
Mia has \(68\) old books. She plans to send all of them to the library in their area. If she puts the books in boxes which can hold \(4\) books, which of the following equations can be used to find the number of boxes she will use?

(A) 
\(68\ +\ 4 =\) _____ 
(B) 
\(68\ \ 4 =\) _____ 
(C) 
\(68\ ÷ \ 4 =\) _____ 
(D) 
\(68\ × \ 4 =\) _____ 
7 
The length of the following rectangle is \(9\) centimeters and its width is \(5\) centimeters. What is the area of the rectangle?

(A) 
\(35\) cm\(^2\) 
(B) 
\(38\) cm\(^2\) 
(C) 
\(43\) cm\(^2\) 
(D) 
\(45\) cm\(^2\) 
8 
A number sentence such as \(33\ +\ A \ = 63\) can be called an equation. If this equation is true, then which of the following equations is not true?

(A) 
\(63\ – \ 33 = A\) 
(B) 
\(63\ – \ A =33\) 
(C) 
\(A\ – \ 33 =63\) 
(D) 
\(A\ + \ 33 =63\) 
9 
Classroom A contains \(7\) rows of chairs with \(5\) chairs per row. If classroom B has two times as many chairs, which number sentence can be used to find the number of chairs in classroom B? 
(A) 
\(7\ + \ 5\ × \ 2\) 
(B) 
\(7\ × \ 5\ × \ 2\) 
(C) 
\(7\ × \ 5\ + \ 2\) 
(D) 
\(7\ + \ 5\ + \ 2\) 
10 
A group of third grade students recorded the following distances that they jumped. What is the distance that was jumped most often?
\(20\) inches 
\(33\) inches 
\(28\) inches 
\(20\) inches 
\(36\) inches 
\(20\) inches 
\(33\) inches 
\(36\) inches 
\(28\) inches 
\(36\) inches 
\(20\) inches 
\(20\) inches 

(A) 
\(28\) 
(B) 
\(33\) 
(C) 
\(36\) 
(D) 
\(20\) 
11 
Mia described a number using these clues: Threedigit odd numbers that have a \(2\) in the hundreds place and a \(5\) in the tens place Which number could fit Mia’s description? 
(A) 
\(256\) 
(B) 
\(258\) 
(C) 
\(257\) 
(D) 
\(252\) 
12 
Mia flew \(4,691\) miles from Los Angeles to New York City. What is the number of miles Mia flew rounded to the nearest thousand?

(A) 
\(5,000\) 
(B) 
\(4,000\) 
(C) 
\(4,600\) 
(D) 
\(4,700\) 
13 
This clock shows a time after \(11:00\) PM. What time was it \(2\) hours and \(30\) minutes ago?

(A) 
\(12:45\) PM 
(B) 
\(10:45\) PM 
(C) 
\(11:45\) PM 
(D) 
\(1:15\) PM 
14 
There are \(30\) days in a moon. There are \(24\) hours in day. How many hours are in a moon? 
(A) 
\(725\) 
(B) 
\(720\) 
(C) 
\(730\) 
(D) 
\(735\) 
15 
A cafeteria menu had spaghetti with meatballs for \($\)\(6\)and bean soup for \($\)\(4\). How much would it cost to buy two plates of spaghetti with meatballs and three bowls of bean soup? 
(A) 
24 
(B) 
24 
(C) 
24 
(D) 
24 
16 
There are \(86\) students from Riddle Elementary school at the library on Tuesday. The other \(50\) students in the school are practicing in the classroom. Which number sentence shows the total number of students in Riddle Elementary school? 
(A) 
\(86\ ÷ \ 50\) 
(B) 
\(86\ + \ 50\) 
(C) 
\(86\  \ 50\) 
(D) 
\(86\ × \ 50\) 
17 
Which number correctly completes the number sentence \(72 \ × \ 18 = \)? 
(A) 
\(1,296\) 
(B) 
\(1,290\) 
(C) 
\(1,289\) 
(D) 
\(1,280\) 
18 
Alex packs \(15\) boxes with flashcards. Each box holds \(50\) flashcards. How many flashcards Alex can pack into these boxes? 
(A) 
\(740\) 
(B) 
\(745\) 
(C) 
\(750\) 
(D) 
\(755\) 
19 
What is the value of \(A\) in the following equation? \(18\ + \ A \ + \ 12 = 38\) 
(A) 
\(10\) 
(B) 
\(8\) 
(C) 
\(12\) 
(D) 
\(7\) 
20 
Mia has \(98\) pastilles. She wants to put them in boxes of \(7\) pastilles. How many boxes does she need? 
(A) 
\(14\) 
(B) 
\(12\) 
(C) 
\(10\) 
(D) 
\(13\) 
21 
A football team is buying new uniforms. Each uniform costs $\(42\). The team wants to buy \(11\) uniforms. Which equation represents a way to find the total cost of the uniforms? 
(A) 
\((42\ × \ 10)\ + \ (42\ × \ 10) = 420\ + \ 420\) 
(B) 
\((42\ × \ 11)\ + \ (42\ × \ 10) = 462\ + \ 420\) 
(C) 
\((42\ × \ 10)\ + \ (42\ × \ 1) = 420\ + \ 42\) 
(D) 
\((42\ × \ 1)\ + \ (42\ × \ 1) = 42\ + \ 42\) 
22 
Use the picture below to answer the question. Which fraction shows the shaded part of this square?

(A) 
\(\frac{70}{10}\) 
(B) 
\(\frac{70}{100}\) 
(C) 
\(\frac{70}{1000}\) 
(D) 
\(\frac{7}{100}\) 
23 
Which number correctly completes the subtraction sentence \(5000 \ – \ 765 = \) ? 
(A) 
\(4,245\) 
(B) 
\(4,240\) 
(C) 
\(4,230\) 
(D) 
\(4,235\) 
24 
Which of the following statements describes the number \(45,269\)? 
(A) 
The sum of forty thousands, \(5\) thousands, two hundreds, six tens, and nine ones 
(B) 
The sum of forty thousands, \(6\) thousands, five hundreds, six tens, and nine ones 
(C) 
The sum of forty thousands, \(5\) thousands, five hundreds, two tens, and nine ones 
(D) 
The sum of forty thousands, \(5\) thousands, two hundreds, six tens, and five ones 
25 
What is the value of \(A\) in the equation \(85 \ ÷ \ A = 17\) 
(A) 
\(9\) 
(B) 
\(5\) 
(C) 
\(4\) 
(D) 
\(8\) 
26 
Each shows the same fraction because they are the same size.

(A) 
\(45\) 
(B) 
\(40\) 
(C) 
\(50\) 
(D) 
\(55\) 
27 
Emily has \(128\) stickers and she wants to give them to 8 of her closest friends. If she gives them all an equal number of stickers, how many stickers will each of Emily’s friends receive? 
(A) 
16 
(B) 
16 
(C) 
16 
(D) 
16 
28 
The following models are the same size and each divided into equal parts. The models can be used to write two fractions. Based on the models, which of the following statements is true?

(A) 
\(\frac{4}{8}\) is bigger than \(\frac{8}{16}\) . 
(B) 
\(\frac{4}{8}\) is smaller than \(\frac{8}{16}\) . 
(C) 
\(\frac{4}{8}\) is equal to \(\frac{8}{16}\) . 
(D) 
We cannot compare these two fractions only by using the models. 
29 
Use the models below to answer the question. Which statement about the models is true?

(A) 
Each shows the same fraction because they both have \(3\) sections shaded. 
(B) 
Each shows a different fraction because they are different shapes. 
(C) 
Each shows a different fraction because they both have \(3\) shaded sections but a different number of total sections. 
(D) 
Each shows the same fraction because they are the same size. 
30 
smith usually eats tow meals a day. How many meals does he eat in a week? 
(A) 
\(14\) 
(B) 
\(15\) 
(C) 
\(10\) 
(D) 
\(9\) 