Buzz·Posted on Aug 28, 2020Here Are 17 Third-Grade Questions — Can You Ace Them?Do you remember any of this stuff?by Audrey EngvalsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Which ocean is the largest? Getty Pacific Correct Incorrect Pacific Via Getty Atlantic Correct Incorrect Atlantic Via Getty Indian Correct Incorrect Indian Via Getty Arctic Correct Incorrect Arctic Via Getty Correct! Wrong! The Pacific is the largest! Which of the following is a compound machine with levers and wedges? Getty Image: Via Getty Scissors Correct Incorrect Via Getty Scissors Via Getty Image: Via Getty Ladder Correct Incorrect Via Getty Ladder Via Getty Image: Via Getty Doorstop Correct Incorrect Via Getty Doorstop Via Getty Image: Via Getty Wine cork Correct Incorrect Via Getty Wine cork Via Getty Correct! Wrong! Scissors! Which of the following is not a quadrilateral? Getty Rectangle Correct Incorrect Rectangle Via Getty Rhombus Correct Incorrect Rhombus Via Getty Trapezoid Correct Incorrect Trapezoid Via Getty Pentagon Correct Incorrect Pentagon Via Getty Correct! Wrong! The pentagon! A quadrilateral is any shape with four sides. A pentagon has five sides. Who wrote the Bill of Rights? Getty Image: Via Getty John Adams Correct Incorrect Via Getty John Adams Via Getty Image: Via Getty James Madison Correct Incorrect Via Getty James Madison Via Getty Image: Via Getty George Washington Correct Incorrect Via Getty George Washington Via Getty Image: Via Getty Thomas Jefferson Correct Incorrect Via Getty Thomas Jefferson Via Getty Correct! Wrong! James Madison! Which pair of colors is complementary? Getty Answer Image Yellow and orange Correct Incorrect Yellow and orange Answer Image Red and blue Correct Incorrect Red and blue Answer Image Blue and green Correct Incorrect Blue and green Answer Image Purple and yellow Correct Incorrect Purple and yellow Correct! Wrong! Purple and yellow! Complementary colors are colors on opposite sides of the color wheel. An angle that is less than 90º is called a/an ____ angle. Getty Scalene Correct Incorrect Scalene Via Getty Obtuse Correct Incorrect Obtuse Via Getty Isosceles Correct Incorrect Isosceles Via Getty Acute Correct Incorrect Acute Via Getty Correct! Wrong! Acute! An acute angle is any angle measuring below 90°. An obtuse angle is any angle measuring over 90°, and "scalene" and "isosceles" are both words used to describe triangles. Sand is _____ in water. Getty Soluble Correct Incorrect Soluble Via Getty Insoluble Correct Incorrect Insoluble Via Getty Correct! Wrong! Insoluble! Sand will not dissolve in water. What kind of map is this? Getty Regional map Correct Incorrect Regional map Via Getty Political map Correct Incorrect Political map Via Getty Landform map Correct Incorrect Landform map Via Getty Physical map Correct Incorrect Physical map Via Getty Correct! Wrong! A political map! A political map shows the governmental boundaries of each state; a regional map groups states into regions, such as "the Midwest" and "the Southeast"; a physical map emphasizes geographic features, like deserts and mountains; and a landform map shows, well, landforms. Which of these is not an artistic element? Getty Composition Correct Incorrect Composition Via Getty Texture Correct Incorrect Texture Via Getty Form Correct Incorrect Form Via Getty Value Correct Incorrect Value Via Getty Correct! Wrong! Composition! The seven elements of art are line, color, shape, form, value, space, and texture. 9 yards = _____ feet Getty 22 Correct Incorrect 22 Via Getty 20 Correct Incorrect 20 Via Getty 18 Correct Incorrect 18 Via Getty 25 Correct Incorrect 25 Via Getty 27 Correct Incorrect 27 Via Getty 19 Correct Incorrect 19 Via Getty Correct! Wrong! 27 feet! One yard is equal to 3 feet, so 9 yards is equal to 27 feet. Which of these animals is an arthropod? Getty Image: Via Getty Octopus Correct Incorrect Via Getty Octopus Via Getty Image: Via Getty Seal Correct Incorrect Via Getty Seal Via Getty Image: Via Getty Seahorse Correct Incorrect Via Getty Seahorse Via Getty Image: Via Getty Crab Correct Incorrect Via Getty Crab Via Getty Image: Via Getty Starfish Correct Incorrect Via Getty Starfish Via Getty Image: Via Getty Turtle Correct Incorrect Via Getty Turtle Via Getty Correct! Wrong! Crab! The crab is an arthropod! Arthropods are animals that have a segmented body and a hard exoskeleton. Which of the following is an example of a capital resource? Getty A cornfield ready to harvest Correct Incorrect A cornfield ready to harvest A cow used to harvest milk Correct Incorrect A cow used to harvest milk A machine used to make pillows Correct Incorrect A machine used to make pillows A chef cooking lasagna for customers at a restaurant Correct Incorrect A chef cooking lasagna for customers at a restaurant Correct! Wrong! A machine used to make pillows! Capital resources are man-made items used to create other goods or perform a service. Solve the problem:(2+3) x 2 - 1= Getty Guess I give up! Correct! Wrong! The answer is 9! Don't forget your order of operations! Which of the following is an abiotic factor? Getty Image: Via Getty A mushroom Correct Incorrect Via Getty A mushroom Via Getty Image: Via Getty A rock Correct Incorrect Via Getty A rock Via Getty Image: Via Getty A tree Correct Incorrect Via Getty A tree Via Getty Image: Via Getty A ladybug Correct Incorrect Via Getty A ladybug Via Getty Correct! Wrong! The rock! Abiotic elements are nonliving things like rocks, wind, soil, and mountains. Which branch of the US government makes laws? Getty Legislative Correct Incorrect Legislative Judicial Correct Incorrect Judicial Executive Correct Incorrect Executive Administrative Correct Incorrect Administrative Correct! Wrong! The legislative branch is in charge of making the laws! Which two words are homophones? Getty Lie and lie Correct Incorrect Lie and lie Decal and laced Correct Incorrect Decal and laced Road and rowed Correct Incorrect Road and rowed Bookcase and bookshelf Correct Incorrect Bookcase and bookshelf Correct! Wrong! Road and rowed! "Lie" and "lie" are homonyms, "decal" and "laced" are semordnilaps, and "bookcase" and "bookshelf" are compound words. Click on the largest fraction: Getty 4/5 Correct Incorrect 4/5 Via Getty 6/8 Correct Incorrect 6/8 Via Getty 7/10 Correct Incorrect 7/10 Via Getty 2/3 Correct Incorrect 2/3 Via Getty 1/2 Correct Incorrect 1/2 Via Getty 5/6 Correct Incorrect 5/6 Via Getty Correct! Wrong! 5/6! The order from least to greatest is 1/2, 2/3, 7/10, 6/8, 4/5, and 5/6.