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Third Grade Challenging Math

3-6)  What is the perimeter of the shape below?



3-7)   What is the area of the shape below?


3-8)  Calculate the following:

A)   9999 + 99 + 2 = ____

B)   9998 + 998 + 4 = ______



3-9)  How many 3 digit numbers can you make using the digits: 2, 4, and 0? Use each digit no more than once in each number.


3-10)  Room 1 and Room 2 have 58 students in total. 4 students are transferred from Room 1 to Room 2. Now the two rooms have the same number of students. How many students were there in each room before the transfer?




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