# NCERT Solutions for Class 3 Maths Chapter 2 Fun with Numbers

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Chapter 2, Fun with Numbers, deals with the counting of numbers above 100. It also covers the forward and backward counting of numbers above 100. It elaborates on the concept of addition and subtraction through word problems. Download the NCERT Solutions for Class 3 Maths PDF for free and help kids stay one step ahead in their studies.

## NCERT Solutions for Class 3 Maths Chapter 2 Fun with Numbers

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Question 1:

Radhika, Gauri, Vicky, Indra and Sunil were collecting Imli (tamarind) seeds.

1. _______ collected the most seeds.
2. Sunil will collect _______ more seeds to be equal to Vicky.
3. If Radhika gets 6 more seeds, she will have _______.
4. How many children have more than 40 seeds? _______
5. _______ needs 3 more seeds to have 50.
6. Sunil has 2 seeds less than 40, and _______ has 2 seeds more than 40.

1. Indra collected the most seeds.
2. Sunil will collect 4 more seeds to be equal to Vicky.
3. If Radhika gets 6 more seeds, she will have 30.
4. How many children have more than 40 seeds? 3
5. Gauri needs 3 more seeds to have 50.
6. Sunil has 2 seeds less than 40, and Vicky has 2 seeds more than 40.

Question 2:

Dhoni scored 96 + ______ = 102 runs.

Dhoni scored 96 + 6 = 102 runs.

Question 3:

How many runs do these players need to complete a century?

 Runs Scored Runs Needed to Complete a Century Player 1 93 100 â€“ 93 = 7 Player 2 97 100 â€“ 97 = 3 Player 3 89 100 â€“ 89 = 11 Player 4 99 100 â€“ 99 = 1

Question 4:

Write the numbers in words.

 99 – 112 195 – 206 Number (in figures) Number (in words) Number (in figures) Number (in words) 99 Ninety-nine 195 One hundred ninety-five 100 One hundred 196 One hundred ninety-six 101 One hundred one 197 One hundred ninety-seven 102 One hundred two 198 One hundred ninety-eight 103 One hundred three 199 One hundred ninety-nine 104 One hundred four 200 Two hundred 105 One hundred five 201 Two hundred one 106 One hundred six 202 Two hundred two 107 One hundred seven 203 Two hundred three 108 One hundred eight 204 Two hundred four 109 One hundred nine 205 Two hundred five 110 One hundred ten 206 Two hundred six 111 One hundred eleven 112 One hundred twelve

Question 5:

Oh! 206! Guess how many more to make a triple century?

Triple century means 300.

To make 300 runs,

300 â€“ 206 = 94 more runs are required.

Question 6:

Fill in the blanks:

1. C.K. just missed his century. How many runs did he need to make a century? _______
2. _______ and _______ scored almost equal runs.
3. _______ scored a complete century, no less, no more.
4. Most runs scored by any batsman are _______.
5. _______ and _______ have a difference of just 1 run between them.
6. _______ scored 2 more than one and a half century.

1. C.K. just missed his century. How many runs did he need to make a century? 1
2. A.P.J. and V.V.S. scored almost equal runs.
3. A.S. scored a complete century, no less, no more.
4. Most runs scored by any batsman are M.D.
5. A.P.J. and V.V.S. have a difference of just 1 run between them.
6. K.S.P. scored 2 more than one and a half century.

Question 7:

Counting in 10s

 10 110 310 ______ 20 ______ ______ 720 30 ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 780 ______ 190 ______ ______ 100 200 400 ______

 10 110 310 710 20 120 320 720 30 130 330 730 40 140 340 740 50 150 350 750 60 160 360 760 70 170 370 770 80 180 380 780 90 190 390 790 100 200 400 800

Question 8:

Counting in 50s

 200 550 250 ______ ______ 650 350 ______ ______ 750 ______ ______ 500 850

 200 550 250 600 300 650 350 700 400 750 450 800 500 850

Question 9:

How far can you go like this?

Thereâ€™s no limit to numbers. We can go on to infinity.

Question 10:

What is the biggest number you can call out?

Thereâ€™s no such biggest number.

COLOUR THE NUMBERS

Question 1:

Find these numbers in the above chart, and colour them.

JUMPING ANIMALS

Question 1:

Gabru, Bunny and Tarru are jumping all the way.

Gabru jumps on every 7th box, Bunny on every 5th box, and Tarru on every 4th box.

Gabru starts jumping from number 90.

Bunny starts jumping from number 99.

Tarru starts jumping from number 106.

1. Bunnyâ€™s tenth jump is on number ______.
2. Tarruâ€™s tenth jump is on number ______.
3. Gabruâ€™s tenth jump will be on number ______.
4. Both Gabru and Bunny jump on numbers 104, ______, and ______.

1. Bunnyâ€™s tenth jump is on: 99 + (10 x 5) = 99 + 50 = 149

1. Tarruâ€™s tenth jump is on: 106 + (10 x 4) = 106 + 40 = 146

1. Gabruâ€™s tenth jump will be on: 90 + (10 x 7) = 90 + 70 = 160

1. Gabru and Bunny both jump on numbers 104, 139 and 174.

Question 2:

Find out:

1. Tarru and Bunny jump on numbers ______, ______, and ______.
2. Is there any number where both of them jump? ______
3. Guess who will finish in the least jumps? ______ In how many jumps? ______

1. Tarru and Bunny jump on numbers 114, 134, and 174.

1. Yes, both Tarru and Bunny jump on 174.

Bunny: 99, 104, 109, 114, 119, 124, 129, 134, 139, 144, 149, 154, 159, 164, 169, 174

Tarru: 106, 110, 114, 118, 122, 126, 130, 134, 138, 142, 146, 150, 154, 158, 162, 166, 170, 174

Gabru: 90, 97, 104, 111, 118, 125, 132, 139, 146, 153, 160, 167, 174

1. Gabru will finish in the least jumps. In 12 jumps.

CLASS JUMP

Question:

Fill in the blanks

Jump 2 steps forward:

104, 106, 108, 110, 112, 114, 116.

Jump 2 steps backward:

262, 260, 258, 256, 254, 252, 250.

Jump 10 steps forward:

110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170.

Jump 10 steps backward:

200, 190, 180, 170, 160, 150, 140.

Continue the pattern:

550, 560, 570, 580, 590, 600, 610.

910, 920, 930, 940, 950, 960, 970, 980.

209, 207, 205, 203, 201, 199, 197.

401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407.

LAZY CRAZY SHOP

Question 1:

Find out how many packets of tens, hundreds and loose items each animal will take. Fill in the blanks.

Question 2:

Lazy Crazy also has a crazy way of taking money. He takes only Rs. 100 notes, Rs. 10 notes and Rs. 1 coins. Now, find out how they will pay him for what they have taken.

 Amount Rs. 100 Note Rs. 10 Note Rs. 1 Coin 420 4 2 0 143 1 4 3 242 2 4 2 55 5 5

Question 3:

Who am I? Match with the number.

Question 4:

How many are these?

MOON MAMA COUNTS HIS STARRY FRIENDS

Question 1:

Question 2:

Which cards will I have in my pocket if I have counted up to:

Question 3:

Write the answer in the blank space.