## Class 3 Maths Chapter 12 Worksheet Give and Take

### Give and Take Class 3 Maths Worksheet

**Give and Take Worksheet**

Question 1.

Fill in the empty circles as directed below. One has been done for you.

(i) Add 5

Answer:

(ii) Subtract 6

Answer:

378, 372, 366, 360

(iii) Subtract 7

Answer:

411, 404, 397, 390

Question 2.

Fill in the blank boxes. One has been done for you.

Answer:

Question 3.

Varun has a big plant nursery in his village where he keeps different types of plants. He also sells saplings. Villagers purchase saplings from him to grow in their homes.

(i) Varun had 466 plants of different types. He went to his relative’s village and brought 56 saplings from there. Now, find the number of plants. _______

Answer:

522 plants

(ii) Annu visited the plant nursery and bought 52 plants out of 432 plants. Now, find the number of plants left with Varun. _______

Answer:

380 plants

(iii) Fill in the blanks.

(a) 450 saplings + 54 saplings = _______ saplings

(b) _______ saplings + 74 saplings = 565 saplings

(c) 523 saplings + _______ saplings = 625 saplings

Answer:

(a) 504

(b) 491

(c) 102

(iv) Try to solve the given addition problem using the number line. One has been done for you.

(a) 450 saplings + 44 saplings = 494

(b) 257 saplings +45 saplings = _______

(c) 324 saplings +39 saplings = _______

Answer:

(b) 302

(c) 363

Question 4.

Write the answers directly in the boxes. One has been done for you.

(i) 273 + 23 = 296

(ii) 419 + _______ = 525

(iii) _______ + 86 = 216

(iv) 267 – 65 = _______

(v) 426 – _______ = 389

Answer:

(ii) 106

(iii) 130

(iv) 202

(v) 37

Question 5.

Prepare word problems using the pictures and numbers given in the box diagrams below and also solve them. One has been done for you.

In a school there are 224 boys and 160 girls. Find the total number of students in the school.

Answer:

(ii) 217, In a library, the total number of books is 365. But, 148 books have been issued to students from the library. Then, how many books are left in the – library?

(iii) 210, A man wants to bring 410 carryall of cement for construction of his home. He brings only 200 carryall on his scooter. How many more carryall will he bring to finish his work?

Question 6.

Solve the following problem using HTO block. One has been done for you.

(i) Varun has received an order to deliver 335 saplings to a garden. They have already completed the order for 56 plants. Then, find how many remaining plants he has to deliver?

Here, we have to subtract 56 saplings plants from 335 saplings.

So, now, Varun has to deliver 279 saplings.

Answer:

(ii) Varun has received an order to deliver 565 saplings to a garden. They” have already completed the order for 126 plants. Then, find how many remaining plants he has to deliver?

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Answer:

439

(iii) Neha came to Varun’s nursery to collect 200 small saplings. Last Friday she also got 35 saplings. Find the number of plants for which she came?

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Answer:

165

(iv) Kannu has 228 plants in September. He distributed 56 saplings and 46 saplings. How many plants does he have left?

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Answer:

126

Question 7.

Fill in the missing numbers in the boxes as directed.

Answer:

Question 8.

Use the grid, to solve the following questions. Colour your answer in the grid. One has been done for you.

(i) 556 + 20 = 576

(ii) 582 + 21 = _______

(iii) 550 + 25 + 25 = _______

(iv) 640 – 25 = _______

(v) 620 – 21 = _______

Answer:

(ii) 603

(iii) 600

(iv) 615

(v) 599

Question 9.

Match the same value of notes and coins ¡n the two columns.

Answer:

(i) (b)

(ii) (a)

(iii) (d)

(iv) (c)

(v) (f)

(vi) (e)

Question 10.

(i) Try using notes and coins to buy the items given below. You can use notes and coins more than once. You have to pay with at least two methods of payment. One has been done for you.

Answer:

(ii) Try changing ₹ 500 notes into as many ₹ 100 notes as possible.

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Answer:

(iii) List all things that you can buy for 2000 rupees.

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Answer:

Question 11.

Try to solve the given problems using box diagrams and also calculate the answer. You can use hundred, ten and one notes or a number line.

(i) In the evening, Monu’s aunt had ₹ 650 in her piggy bank. The next morning, she added ₹ 865 . How much does she have now?

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Answer:

₹ 1515

(ii) In the morning, Ankur sold wheat for ₹ 543 and salt for ₹ 452. How much money has he earned?

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Answer:

₹ 995

(iii) One day, Rinku earned ₹ 450. The next day he earned ₹ 140 less. How much money did he earn till the next day?

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Answer:

₹ 730

(iv) Renu bought groceries for ₹ 319. She gave a ₹ 2000 note to the shopkeeper. How much money will the shopkeeper return to Renu?

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Answer:

₹ 1681

(v) Meenu saved ₹ 350, ₹ 450 and ₹ 650 in the first, second and third months respectively. How much money did she save in all the months?

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Answer:

₹ 1450

Question 12.

Calculate the answers and match the column. One has been done for you.

Answer:

(i) f

(ii) e

(iii) a

(iv) g

(v) d

(vi) h

(vii) b

(viii) c

Question 13.

Calculate the total and find its nearest hundred and tens. One has been done for you.

Answer:

Question 14.

Some boxes are given below. Fill the appropriate numbers in the boxes.

Answer:

Question 15.

Find the largest sum and smallest difference between all the numbers.

(i) 275 + 18

(ii) 415 + 67

(iii) 835 + 77

(iv) 500 – 81

(v) 588 – 6

(vi) 564 – 245

(vii) 300 – 24

(viii) 230 – 123

Answer:

(i) 293

(ii) 482

(iii) 912

(iv) 419

(v) 582

(vi) 319

(vii) 276

(viii) 107

Largest sum – (iii)

Smallest difference – (viii)