Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Measure Volume and Solve One-Step Word Problems Involving Volume: CCSS.Math.Content.3.MD.A.2

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Example Question #1 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. Using the scale below, how much water will she have if she adds  more grams of water? 


11 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water and when she adds  she will have 

Example Question #2 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. Using the scale below, how much water will she have if she adds  more grams of water? 


15 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water and when she adds  she will have 

Example Question #3 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. Using the scale below, how much water will she have if she adds  more grams of water? 


19 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water and when she adds  she will have 

Example Question #4 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs to evenly divide the water shown in the beaker below into  smaller beakers. How much water will be in each beaker? 

36 g

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water. We can divide  by  because she is splitting up the  into  beakers. 

Example Question #5 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs to evenly divide the water shown in the beaker below into  smaller beakers. How much water will be in each beaker? 

27 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water. We can divide  by  because she is splitting up the  into  beakers. 

Example Question #6 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs to evenly divide the water shown in the beaker below into  smaller beakers. How much water will be in each beaker? 

18 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water. We can divide  by  because she is splitting up the  into  beakers. 

Example Question #7 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs  times the amount of water that she has shown on the scale below. How much water does she need?  

15 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has . If she needs  times that amount, we can multiply to find our answer. 

Example Question #8 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs  times the amount of water that she has shown on the scale below. How much water does she need?  

19 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has . If she needs  times that amount, we can multiply to find our answer. 

Example Question #9 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs to have  of water. Based on the scale below, how much more water does she need to add?


15 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water, but she needs . To find out how much more she needs we subtract. 

Example Question #10 : Measure Volume And Solve One Step Word Problems Involving Volume: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.A.2

Megan is working on a science experiment. She needs to have  of water. Based on the scale below, how much more water does she need to add?

11 g

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

Megan has  of water, but she needs . To find out how much more she needs we subtract. 

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