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Third Grade skills set.

Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in Grade 3. The skills are organized into categories, and
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Number Concepts
 Example: Which of the following shows the number2,521 in words? 1)    Two five twenty one2)    Two thousand, five hundred two one3)    Two thousand, five hundred twenty one4)    Twenty thousand, five hundred twenty one Answer: Two thousand, five hundred twenty one Example: Choose “Three thousand, sevenhundred forty three” in figures. 1)    3,000,700,4032)    3,000,7433)    30,7434)    3,743 Answer: 3,743 Example: Select the greatest number. 1)    3,5462)    3,6543)    3,6454)    3,564 Answer: 3,654 Example: Choose true or false: 7,867 > 7,876 1)    True2)    False Answer: False Example: Which of the following shows the numbersarranged from greatest to least? 1)    203, 231, 223, 302, 3232)    203, 302, 231, 223, 3233)    323, 302, 231, 223, 2034)    323, 302, 223, 231, 203 Answer: 323, 302, 231, 223, 203 Example: Find the next number in the sequence below:25, 40, 55, 70, ____ 1)    752)    803)    854)    90 Answer: 85 Example: Round off 5,859 to the nearest hundred. 1)    5,8002)    5,8603)    5,9004)    5,960 Answer: 5,900 Example: Sara paid the following amounts for herphone bill in the last four months: \$120 in March,\$102 in April, \$112 in May and \$200 in June. Whichof the following option shows the months arrangedin order from the greatest amount of money paid tothe least amount of money paid by Sara for her phonebill? 1)    June, May, April, March2)    June, April, March, May3)    June, March, May, April4)    June, May, March, April Answer: June, March, May, April

Place value
 Example: In the number 5,742, the digit ____is in the hundreds place. 1)    22)    43)    54)    7 Answer: 7 Example: Which of the following is theplace value of digit 6 in the number 1,623? 1)    62)    1003)    6004)    6,000 Answer: 600 Example: What is the difference between thelargest four digit number and the smallest fourdigit number? Answer: 9,999 - 1,000 = 8,999 Example: Which of the following is theexpanded form of the number 452? 1)    4 + 5 + 22)    400 + 523)    450 + 24)    400 + 50 + 2 Answer: 400 + 50 + 2 Example: What is the value of 6,000 + 100 + 30 + 2? 1)    6,0322)    6,1303)    6,1324)    6,312 Answer: 6,132 Example: What is the smallest 3 digit number thatcan be made with the digits 3, 7, 4, when each digitcan be used only once? 1)    3472)    3743)    4374)    473 Answer: 347

 Example: Solve: 1)    3342)    9383)    9784)    998 Answer: 978 Example: Find the sum of 456 and 315. 1)    7612)    7713)    7794)    781 Answer: 771 Example: Estimate the value of the following by firstrounding off each number to the nearest hundred andthen adding: 586 + 207 1)    6002)    7003)    7934)    800 Answer: 800 Example: Find the missing number          _______ + 132 = 908. 1)    6772)    7673)    7764)    777 Answer: 776 Example: Add 56, 245 and 423           1)    6682)    7243)    7424)    744 Answer: 724 Example: Julia and Sara made Christmas cards for achurch sale. Julia made 89 Christmas cards. Saramade 126 more Christmas cards than Julia did. Howmany total Christmas cards did Julia and Sara makefor the church sale? 1)    2042)    2153)    3044)    315 Answer: 304 Example: Find the missing number:15 + __ = 10 + 20 1)    52)    103)    154)    25 Answer: 15 Example: Choose true or false:      125 + 150 < 220 + 60 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: Which sign makes the following numbersentence true?74 + 108 ____ 136 + 55 1)    >2)    <3)    =4)    None of the above Answer: <

Subtraction
 Example: Solve: 1)    4232)    4323)    4334)    457 Answer: 433 Example: Subtract 173 from 681. 1)    4182)    5043)    5084)    509 Answer: 508 Example: Round off the numbers tothe nearest ten and subtract:956 − 482 1)    4602)    4703)    4804)    530 Answer: 480 Example: Which number makes the followingsubtraction sentence true?742 - ______ = 315 1)    4172)    4273)    4334)    437 Answer: 427 Example: Solve: 785 − 114 − 45           1)    5962)    6163)    6244)    626 Answer: 626 Example: Anna and Olivia sold popcorn buckets toraise funds for a charity. They sold a total of 236popcorn buckets together. If Anna sold 108 popcorn buckets, how many popcorn buckets did Olivia sell? 1)    1082)    1183)    1284)    132 Answer: 128

Time
 Example: What time is shown in the clockbelow? 1)    3:072)    3:353)    7:034)    7:18 Answer: 3:35 Example: How many minutes are there in1 hour 40 minutes? 1)    90 minutes2)    100 minutes3)    110 minutes4)    120 minutes Answer: 100 minutes Example: How many hours are there in 210minutes? 1)    2 and half hours2)    3 hours3)    3 and half hours4)    4 and half hours Answer: 3 and half hours Example: Fill in the blanks: 21 days = ____ 1)    1 week 15 days2)    2 weeks3)    3 weeks4)    4 weeks Answer: 3 weeks Example: Find the start time of an activity, when itsend time is 8:30 A.M. and elapsed time is 2 and halfhours. 1)    5:30 A.M.2)    6:00 A.M.3)    6:30 A.M.4)    11:00 A.M. Answer: 6:00 A.M. Example: Anna takes 35 minutes to travel fromher home to her school. If she wants to reachschool by 9.30 A.M., what time should Anna leaveher home for school? 1)    8:35 A.M.2)    8:45 A.M.3)    8:55 A.M.4)    9:05 A.M. Answer: 8:55 A.M. Example: Find the end time of an activity, when itsstart time is 11:30 P.M. and elapsed time is 45 minutes. 1)    12:15 P.M.2)    12:25 P.M.3)    12:15 A.M.4)    12:25 A.M. Answer: 12:15 A.M. Example: Alfred's music class starts at 4:30 P.M.If his music class lasts for 1 hour and 30 minutes,what time does Alfred finish his music class? 1)    3:00 P.M.2)    5:00 P.M.3)    5:30 P.M.4)    6:00 P.M. Answer: 6:00 P.M. Example: Find the elapsed time of an activity, if theactivity started at 11:30 A.M. and finished at 2:00 P.M. 1)    1 and half hours2)    2 and half hours3)    3 and half hours4)    22 and half hours Answer: 2 and half hours Example: Mrs. Jackson works in a bakery. Shereaches the bakery at 9:30 A.M. and leaves thebakery at 6:00 P.M. everyday. How long does Mrs.Jackson work in the bakery everyday? 1)    6 and half hours2)    7 and half hours3)    8 and half hours4)    9 and half hours Answer: 8 and half hours Example: Solve:1 hour 45 minutes + 2 hours 45 minutes 1)    3 hours 30 minutes2)    3 hours 90 minutes3)    4 hours 30 minutes4)    4 hours 90 minutes Answer: 4 hours 30 minutes Example: A carpenter took 4 hours 40 minutes tomake a wooden door and took 3 hours 30 minutesto make a wooden window. How much total time didhe take to make both the door and the window? 1)    7 hours 30 minutes2)    7 hours 50 minutes3)    8 hours 10 minutes4)    8 hours 20 minutes Answer: 8 hours 10 minutes Example: Solve:3 hours 55 minutes − 1 hour 30 minutes 1)    1 hour 25 minutes2)    2 hours 15 minutes3)    2 hours 25 minutes4)    2 hours 35 minutes Answer: 2 hours 25 minutes Example: The maximum time allocated to solve amath test is 4 hours. If Alfred started the test anhour and 15 minutes ago, how much more time isleft for him to complete the test? 1)    1 hour 45 minutes2)    2 hours 45 minutes3)    2 hours 55 minutes4)    3 hours 45 minutes Answer: 2 hours 45 minutes Example: Olivia's birthday is 1 week and 6 days fromtoday. If today is October 11, when is her birthday? 1)    18 October2)    23 October3)    24 October4)    26 October Answer: 24 October

Money
 Example: Which of the following shows \$7,015.60 in words? 1)    Seven hundred fifteen dollars and sixty cents2)    Seven thousand one five dollars and sixty cents3)    Seven thousand fifteen dollars and six cents4)    Seven thousand fifteen dollars and sixty cents Answer: Seven thousand fifteen dollars and sixty cents Example: Which of the following shows the givenamount of money in figures? Twelve thousandtwenty five dollars and ninety cents 1)    \$1,225.902)    \$12,025.903)    \$12,250.904)    \$12,000,025.90 Answer: \$12,025.90 Example: Convert:3 dollars and 5 nickels = ____ quarters 1)    72)    123)    134)    31 Answer: 13 Example: Which of the following is correct? 1)    One hundred ten dollars and five cents > \$110.502)    \$80.15 < Eight dollars and eighty cents3)    Seven hundred forty five dollars and nine cents < \$754.094)    \$39.70 > Three thousand dollars and thirty Answer: Seven hundred forty five dollars and nine cents < \$754.09 Example: Emma went to a winter wear sale and boughta sweater. She gave the amount of money shown in thepicture below as payment for the sweater. How muchmoney did she pay for the sweater? 1)    \$12.052)    \$12.103)    \$12.254)    \$12.50 Answer: \$12.25 Example: Fill in the blanks:10 quarters + 12 half dollars = ______ 1)    \$8.502)    \$9.503)    \$12.504)    \$22 Answer: \$8.50 Example: The price list of a famous bakery is shownbelow. If Sara wants to buy 2 pastries and 3 muffinsfrom the bakery, how much money does she need inall? 1)    \$1.752)    \$3.503)    \$4.254)    \$4.50 Answer: \$4.25 Example: Subtract: \$2,864.85 − \$1,945.50 1)    \$819.252)    \$829.353)    \$909.354)    \$919.35 Answer: \$919.35 Example: Anna saved \$280 in the last few months.Out of which, she spent half of the money on newclothes and \$35 on a pair of sunglasses. How muchmoney does she have left now? 1)    \$952)    \$1053)    \$1154)    \$175 Answer: \$105 Example: Solve: 9 dollars + 3 nickels − 2 quarters 1)    \$8.502)    \$8.653)    \$9.654)    \$10.65 Answer: \$8.65 Example: Eric had a ten dollar bill and 2 one dollarbills. He got 8 quarters more from his older brother.If he bought a toy car for \$3 and an ice-cream for \$2from that money, how much money was left with him? 1)    \$82)    \$93)    \$104)    \$11 Answer: \$9 Example: A carpenter manufactures wooden tablesat a cost of \$108.75 each. If he sells these tablesfor a price of \$120.50 each, how much profit doesthe carpenter earn on each table? 1)    \$11.502)    \$11.753)    \$12.254)    \$12.75 Answer: \$11.75 Example: Amber visited a toy store during holidaysand bought a dancing doll that costs \$36.40 includingtaxes. She gave a fifty dollar bill to the store cashier.How much change should she get back from the cashier? 1)    \$12.602)    \$13.063)    \$13.604)    \$63.60 Answer: \$13.60

Multiplication
 Example: How many candies are there in thepicture given below? 1)    202)    243)    284)    32 Answer: 24 Example: What will you get when you add25, 6 times? 1)    1052)    1253)    1504)    175 Answer: 150 Example: Multiply: 15 x 3 x 2 x 0 x 5 1)    02)    453)    904)    450 Answer: 0 Example: Find the product of 429 and 1. 1)    02)    4283)    4294)    430 Answer: 429 Example: Solve: (7 x 8) x 15 = 7 x _____ 1)    1052)    1103)    1204)    130 Answer: 120 Example: Mrs. Martin is an Elementary schoolteacher. She ordered 15 packs of paper plates fora field trip. If each pack had 25 paper plates, howmany paper plates did Mrs. Martin order in all? 1)    2752)    3253)    3754)    475 Answer: 375 Example: Multiply 80 by 40           1)    1202)    3203)    3,2004)    3,600 Answer: 3,200 Example: Round off the numbers to the nearestten and the multiply: 48 x 32 1)    1,2002)    1,5003)    1,5364)    2,000 Answer: 1,500 Example: Fill in the blank: 8 x ____ = 96 1)    92)    113)    124)    13 Answer: 12 Example: James and 6 of his friends bought 12baseball cards each. Which multiplication sentenceshows the total number of baseball cards bought byJames and his friends? 1)    6 x 2 = 122)    6 x 12 = 723)    7 x 12 = 844)    8 x 12 = 96 Answer: 7 x 12 = 84

Division

Mixed applications
 Example: Choose the correct addition fact family for 4, 8, and 12. 1)    8 + 4 = 12; 8 − 4 = 4; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 82)    4 + 8 = 12; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 8 = 4; 12 − 4 = 83)    12 − 8 = 4; 4 + 4 = 8; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 84)    12 − 8 = 4; 4 + 4 = 8; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 8 Answer: 4 + 8 = 12; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 8 = 4; 12 − 4 = 8 Example: Choose the correct multiplicationfact that can be used to find 15 ÷ 3. 1)    2 x 5 = 102)    3 x 5 = 153)    3 x 15 = 454)    15 x 4 = 60 Answer: 3 x 5 = 15 Example: Which sign makes followingnumber sentence true?85 ___ 8 = 100 − 7 1)    +2)    -3)    x4)    ÷ Answer: + Example: Solve: 23 + (30 − 12)           1)    412)    453)    514)    65 Answer: 41 Example: Justin collected 39 baseball cards.Samuel collected 12 more baseball cards thanJustin did. If Samuel gave 9 baseball cards tohis friend, how many baseball cards does Samuelhave now? 1)    32)    413)    424)    45 Answer: 42 Example: Choose “True” or “False”:          100 ÷ 5 = 5 x 4 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: 108 students from a school were equallydivided in 9 teams for a baseball tournament. If only4 teams were selected for the baseball tournament,how many students were selected for the baseballtournament? 1)    402)    483)    584)    60 Answer: 48 Example: Sara is 15 years old and Anna is 7 yearsolder than Sara. Megan is 5 years younger thanAnna. How old is Megan? 1)    152)    163)    174)    18 Answer: 17

Data and Graph

Probability
 Example: Lauren rolled a normal dice with numbers from 1 to 6 on its faces.Which of these options is not an event of the given experiment? 1)    Getting 3 on the upper face of the cube.2)    Getting 4 on the upper face of the cube.3)    Getting an odd number greater than 5 on the upper face of the cube.4)    Getting 6 on the upper face of the cube. Answer: Getting an odd number greater than 5 on the upper face of the cube. Example: If you pick a marble from the bag given belowwithout looking, which of the following event is certainto happen? 1)    Picking a blue marble from the bag.2)    Picking a red marble from the bag.3)    Picking a black marble from the bag.4)    None of the above Answer: Picking a red marble from the bag. Example: If the spinner given below is spun once,how likely is it that the pointer will stop on amultiple of 4? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Unlikely4)    Impossible Answer: Most likely Example: Kayla needs to choose her partner for aquiz by picking a card from the cards given below.If all the cards were kept in a box and she pickeda card at random, how likely is that the card shepicked has a name that starts with the letter “A”? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Unlikely4)    Impossible Answer: Unlikely Example: Choose the correct option for the givenevent: Pulling out a pink ball at random from a boxwith 5 red balls, 2 green balls and 1 black ball. 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Unlikely4)    Impossible Answer: Impossible Example: Sean has a cube numbered 5, 10, 10, 15, 20and 10. If he rolled the cube 6 times, which numberdo you think he would have rolled most often? 1)    52)    103)    154)    20 Answer: 10 Example: In a roll of a normal dice (with thenumbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6), what is theprobability of getting a number that is greaterthan 1 and less than 3? 1) 2) 3) 4) Answer: Example: The table below shows the number of coinsAnna has in her purse. If Anna picks a coin at randomfrom her purse, what is the probability that the coinAnna picks is either a quarter or a dime? 1) 2) 3) 4) Answer: Example: Mrs. Martin, a third grade teacher tooka survey to identify the favorite flower of all herthird grade students. The tally table given below wasprepared by her to record the survey results. Study thetable carefully and answer the following question.If Mrs. Martin picks a student at random from herclass, what is the probability that she will selecta student whose favorite flower is lily? 1) 2) 3) 4) Answer: Geometry

Fractions

Decimals
 Example: Choose a decimal that represents thecolored part of the figure. 1)    0.0042)    0.043)    0.44)    4.0 Answer: 0.4 Example: Which of the following represents 0.21 in words? 1)    Twenty one tenths2)    Twenty one hundredths3)    Twenty one hundreds4)    Two and one hundredths Answer: Twenty one hundredths Example: Which of the following decimalrepresents the standard form of “sevenhundredths”? 1)    0.0072)    0.073)    0.74)    7.0 Answer: 0.07 Example: Choose a decimal for the given fraction: 1)    0.00022)    0.0023)    0.024)    0.2 Answer: 0.002 Example: 1)    \$0.0032)    \$0.033)    \$0.34)    \$3.0 Answer: \$0.3 Example: Convert the given decimal to fraction: 0.013 1) 2) 3) 4) Answer: Example: Choose a decimal that represents the coloredpart of figure given below. 1)    4.00732)    4.0733)    4.734)    5.073 Answer: 4.73 Example: Convert the given mixed number to decimal: 1)    7.00212)    7.0213)    7.214)    72.1 Answer: 7.021 Example: Mrs. Wilson bought 3 boxes of 10 cookieseach and 5 individual cookies from another similarbox for a party. Which decimal shows the numberof cookie boxes Mrs. Wilson bought for the party? 1)    3.0052)    3.053)    3.54)    35 Answer: 3.5 Example: Which of the following statementis not true? 1)    1.25 < 1.522)    1.32 > 1.233)    3.26 < 3.2264)    2.231 < 2.321 Answer: 3.26 < 3.226 Example: Order the following decimals from greatest to least:0.25, 0.015, 0.302, 0.05 1)    0.015, 0.05, 0.25, 0.3022)    0.302, 0.25, 0.05, 0.0153)    0.302, 0.05, 0.25,0.0154)    0.302, 0.25, 0.015,0.05 Answer: 0.302, 0.25, 0.05, 0.015 Example: 1)    0.312)    0.723)    0.734)    0.83 Answer: 0.73 Example: Emily put 2.5 fl oz of chocolatesyrup and 4.8 fl oz of milk in a jar to makechocolate milkshake. How many fl oz ofchocolate milkshake did she make? 1)    6.9 fl oz2)    7.1 fl oz3)    7.3 fl oz4)    7.4 fl oz Answer: 7.3 fl oz Example: 1)    0.512)    0.573)    0.7614)    0.97 Answer: 0.51 Example: Alexis used 0.60 feet of red paper and1.72 feet of green paper for an art assignment.How much more green paper than red paper didAlexis use for the assignment? 1)    1.012 feet2)    1.12 feet3)    2.12 feet4)    2.32 feet Answer: 1.12 feet

Measurement
 Example: Which measurement unit would you useto measure the length of your pencil? 1)    Feet2)    Yards3)    Inches4)    Miles Answer: Inches Example: Fill in the blank: 12 feet = ____ yards 1)    32)    43)    54)    6 Answer: 4 Example: Choose “True” or “False”:5 feet > 2 yards 1)    True2)    False Answer: False Example: Convert 2 pounds 12 ounces to ounces. 1)    28 ounces2)    36 ounces3)    44 ounces4)    46 ounces Answer: 44 ounces Example: Mrs. Hill runs a cooking class. She bought5 pounds of cheese to make small cheese cubes forher students. How many 4 ounces of cheese cubes canshe make from the cheese she bought? 1)    152)    203)    304)    35 Answer: 20 Example: Which of the following is correct? 1)    2 lbs = 36 oz2)    2 lbs 3 oz = 37 oz3)    2 lbs 6 oz = 38 oz4)    2 lbs 7 oz = 40 oz Answer: 2 lbs 6 oz = 38 oz Example: Convert 48 fluid ounces to pints. 1)    22)    33)    44)    5 Answer: 3 Example: Christopher bought 2 bottles of coke fora party. If each bottle had 1 gallon of coke, howmany cups of coke can Christopher serve at the party? 1)    24 cups2)    28 cups3)    32 cups4)    34 cups Answer: 32 cups Example: Which of the following is greaterthan 1 gallon? 1)    127 fluid ounces2)    17 cups3)    6 pints4)    3 quarts 12 fluid ounces Answer: 17 cups Example: 44 oz + 52 oz = ____ lbs 1)    42)    63)    84)    12 Answer: 6 Example: Jasmine bought two ribbons for decoratingher holiday gifts. The length of the first ribbon was5 inches longer than the length of the second ribbon.If the length of the second ribbon was 9 inches, whatwas the length of the first ribbon? 1)    1 foot2)    1 foot 1 inch3)    1 foot 2 inches4)    1 foot 3 inches Answer: 1 foot 2 inches Example: 5 lbs − 2 lbs 8 oz = ____ oz 1)    32)    113)    324)    40 Answer: 40 Example: Mr. Brown works as a scuba diver at abeach. He collected 120 oz of sponges on his firstdive, and 84 oz of sponges on his second dive. Howmany more pounds of sponges did Mr. Brown collect on his first dive than he did on his second dive? 1)    1 lb 4 oz2)    2 lbs 4 oz3)    2 lbs 6 oz4)    3 lbs 4 oz Answer: 2 lbs 4 oz Example: Which measurement unit would you useto measure the length of a swimming pool? 1)    Kilometers2)    Meters3)    Millimeters4)    Centimeters Answer: Meters Example: How many centimeters are therein 3.1 meters? 1)    312)    1303)    3104)    3,100 Answer: 310 Example: Olivia is very health conscious and walks3 kilometers each day in the morning. If she walks ona circular path of 500 meters circumference, how manylaps of the circular path does she walk in the morningeveryday? 1)    42)    53)    64)    7 Answer: 6 Example: Which of the following is greaterthan 1 meter? 1)    7 decimeters2)    101 centimeters3)    0.1 decameter4)    1,000 millimeters Answer: 101 centimeters Example: How many grams are there in 24,480milligrams? 1)    0.24480 grams2)    2.4480 grams3)    24.480 grams4)    244.80 grams Answer: 24.480 grams Example: Jared sold popcorns at a high schoolfootball game to raise funds for a charity. He sold7.5 kilograms of popcorns in equally sized packs. Ifeach pack weighed 250 grams, how many packs ofpopcorn did he sell in all? 1)    202)    303)    354)    45 Answer: 30 Example: Which of the following is incorrect? 1)    2,500 milligrams = 2.5 grams2)    3.3 kilograms = 3,300 grams3)    2,100 milligrams = 210 grams4)    6 grams = 6,000 milligrams Answer: 2,100 milligrams = 210 grams Example: Convert: 4 liters 7 milliliters to milliliters. 1)    407 milliliters2)    4,007 milliliters3)    4,070 milliliters4)    4,700 milliliters Answer: 4,007 milliliters Example: Andrew wants to fill water in a 4 literbucket to wash his bike. If he is filling the bucketwith a 500 ml jar, how many jars of water wouldhe need to fill the bucket? 1)    52)    63)    84)    10 Answer: 8 Example: Choose “True” or “False”:3,055 milliliters > 35.5 liters 1)    True2)    False Answer: False Example: Add: 985 milliliters + 5,025 milliliters 1)    5 liters 995 milliliters2)    6 liters 10 milliliters3)    6 liters 100 milliliters4)    6 liters 110 milliliters Answer: 6 liters 10 milliliters Example: Logan bought a rectangular kite for a kiteflying competition. The kite is 50 centimeters longand 30 centimeters wide. If he wants to paste ribbonaround his kite to make it more attractive, how manydecimeters of ribbon does he need to buy? 1)    0.16 decimeters2)    1.6 decimeters3)    16 decimeters4)    160 decimeters Answer: 16 decimeters Example: Subtract: 6,600 milligrams − 3 grams 1)    600 milligrams2)    3,300 milligrams3)    3,600 milligrams4)    6,597 milligrams Answer: 3,600 milligrams Example: Mrs. Martin bought 1 liter of mixed fruitjam from a grocery store. If she used 145 millilitersof jam to make some jam tarts, how much jam is leftwith her? 1)    755 milliliters2)    845 milliliters3)    855 milliliters4)    865 milliliters Answer: 855 milliliters Example: What is the temperature shown inthe thermometer given below? 1)    45°F2)    50°F3)    55°F4)    65°F Answer: 55°F