## Class 3 Maths Chapter 13 Solutions Question Answer Time Goes On

### Time Goes On Class 3 Maths Question Answer

**Time Goes On Class 3 Solutions**

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 166)

Make the calendar for the month of July 2024.

Answer:

Question 1.

Number of Sundays ______________

Answer:

Number of Sundays is 4 dated 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th July.

Question 2.

Write the dates in this month that are Thursdays ______________

Answer:

The dates in this month falling on Thursdays are July 4, July 11, July 18 and July 25.

Question 3.

Three days after July 22 is July ______________

The day on this date is ______________

Answer:

Three days after July 22 is July 25. The day on this date is Thursday.

Question 4.

A school closes on July 7 for 15 days. The date on which the school will open is ______________

Answer:

The date on which the school will open is July 22.

Let us Explore (NCERT Textbook Page 167)

**Collect calendars for the last two years. Observe the following in both the calendars:**

Question 1.

What is the same? What is changing in the years?

Tick (✓) the correct answer.

(a) Names of the months (Same/Changes)

(b) Days in a month (Same/Changes)

(c) Days in a week (Same/Changes)

(d) Number of Sundays (Same/Changes)

(e) Number of weeks in a year (Same/Changes)

Circle the festivals that fall on the same date.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 167)

Question 1.

Write the names of the 12 months in a year.

Answer:

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December.

Question 2.

Months that have less than 30 days ______________

Answer:

February

Question 3.

Number of days in a year ______________

Answer:

365 days (ordinary year) or 366 days (leap year)

Question 4.

Hetal says there are 53 weeks in a year. Is she right? Yes/No. If not, how many weeks did you find in a year?

Answer:

No. There are 52 weeks in a year.

Age Fun (NCERT Textbook Page 168)

Talk to your mother and find the following.

Hetal is twice as old as her brother. She is also 10 years older than her brother. Guess the age of Hetal and her brother.

Answer:

Hetal’s age = Her Brother’s age × 2

Also, Hetal’s age = Her Brother’s age + 10 years

That is, Brother’s age + Brother’s age = Brother’s age + 10 years

So, Brother’s age = 10 years and Hetal’s age = 10 × 2 = 20 years.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 169)

Look at the birth certificate of Bincy and answer the following question.

Question 1.

2/5/2015 shows that Bincy was born on 2 (April/May/June/July) in the year 2015.

Answer:

2/5/2015 means Bincy was born on 2 May in the year 2015.

Question 2.

How old will Bincy be on 2 May 2025?

Answer:

On 2 May 2025, Bincy will be 10 years old.

Question 3.

How old will she be in 2030?

Answer:

She will be 15 years old in 2030.

Question 4.

Eighth Birthday of Bincy was on ______________

Answer:

The Eighth Birthday of Bincy was on 2/5/2023.

Question 5.

Bincy was ______________ months old on 2 August 2015.

Answer:

Bincy was 3 months old on 2 August 2015.

Question 6.

After how many days of her birth was the certificate issued? ______________

Answer:

The certificate was issued after 16 days of her birth.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 170)

Question 1.

Make your own birth certificate.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

Complete the following by writing the dates in the boxes given below:

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 171)

Question 1.

Hetal started her breakfast at 7 o’clock in the morning. She finished her breakfast at 07:15 in the morning.

She took ______________ minutes to eat her breakfast. How do you know?

Answer:

It has passed 15 minutes from 7 o’clock to 7:15. So, Hetal took 15 minutes to eat her breakfast.

Question 2.

Draw the hour hand and minute hand on the clock to show the following:

(a) 8:15 or quarter past 8

(b) 8:30 or half past 8

Answer:

(a) 8:15 or quarter past 8

(b) 8:30 or half past 8

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 172)

**A Day in the Life of Hetal.**

Match the activity with the statement shown in the picture. Write the time and draw the minute hand and the hour hand wherever it is required.

Answer:

Let us Think (NCERT Textbook Page 173)

Fill the table by writing events or activities from your daily life that can take the following durations of time. One is written as an example in each column.

Answer:

(Answer May Vary)

NCERT Textbook Page 174

Question 3.

Write the number of minutes taken for the following activities.

Answer:

(Answer May Vary)

Question 4.

Write down what you can do in the time frame given below.

Answer:

(Answer May Vary)

Question 5.

Write the number of minutes passed by looking at the movement of the minute and hour hands.

Answer: