The chapter **“****Time Goes On****” **is **Chapter 4** from **Merry Math III **for students of** Class 3rd** of **JKBOSE**. In a previous post, you read about **Time Goes On Answers ****Page No 53 to Page No 58**. The particular post is about **Time Goes On Answers ****Page No 59 to Page No 64.** Let’s get started:

**Time Goes On Answers Page No 59 to Page No 64**

**Find Out**

**When were you born? _________**

Sol. I was born on 2nd June 2010

**Write your date of birth in numbers. _________**

Sol. 02/06/2010

**Page 61 Answers**

**Calendar**

**Let us look at the calendar for the year 2008.**

**How many months does a year have?**

Sol. A year has 12 months.

**List the months which have 30 days.**

Sol. The months of April, June, September and November.

**List the months which have 31 days.**

Sol. The months of January, March, May, July, August, October and December.

**How many days are there in the month of February this year?**

Sol. The month of February has 28 or 29 days (in leap year)

**How many days makes a week?**

Sol. A week has 7 days.

**How many weeks are there in July? Is it true for all the months?**

Sol. Four weeks. Yes, it is true for all months.

**In which month did you come to Class III?**

Ans. In month of April.

**Make a circle on these dates in the calendar:**

**26th January**

**14th November**

**31st December.**

**Is there something special about these dates?**

Sol. On 26th January, it is Republic Day.

On 14th November, it is Children Day.

On 31st December, it is New Year Eve.

Fill in the blanks with the correct year:

**Which year was it two years back? ___________**

Sol. 2006

**In which year were you in Class II? ___________**

Sol. 2018

**Which year will be the next year? ___________**

Sol. 2009

**Which year will come after 3 years? ___________**

Sol. 2011

**Page No. 62 Answers**

**Which Festival Comes First?**

**Given below are some festivals we celebrate during the year.**

**Look at the calendar (2008) to find the days on which these falls.**

Sol.

**Arrange the festivals in the order in which they come in the year.**

**___________ 6. ___________****___________ 7. ___________****___________ 8. ___________****___________ 9. ___________****___________ 10. ___________**

Sol.

**Festival Month**

- Milad-ul-Nabi March 20
- Raksha Bandhan August 15
- Janamashtimi August 23
- Eid-ul-fitr September 2
- Gandhi Jayanti October 2
- Diwali October 20
- Good Friday October 28
- Guru Nanak’s Birthday November 13
- Christmas Day December 25

**Which festival comes in the beginning of the year?**

Ans. Milad-ul-Nabi comes in the beginning of the year.

**Which festival comes at the end of the year?**

Ans. Christmas Day comes at the end of the year.

**Page No. 63 Answers**

**Calendar Magic**

Here is the calendar for the month of February 2007.

Let us mark a square on the calendar and see some magic.

**Which is the number in the centre of the square?**

Ans. The number in the centre of the square is 13.

Join three numbers by drawing a line. The line must pass through the number at the centre.

**How many such lines can you draw?**

Ans. We can draw 4 such lines.

**Add the three numbers on each of these lines.**

**What do you notice?**

**5 + 13 + 21 =**

**6 + 13 + 20 =**

**19 + 13 + 7 =**

**12 + 13 + 14 =**

Sol.

5 + 13 + 21 = 39

6 + 13 + 20 = 39

19 + 13 + 7 = 39

12 + 13 + 14 = 39

The sum of the numbers in each of the lines is the same which is 39.

**Now, look at the calendar of 2020. Also, look for the present month and draw any similar square in your notebook. Does the magic work for these?**

Ans. Look at the month of October 2020.

The number 14 is in the centre of square.

6 + 14 + 22 = 42

13 + 14 + 15 = 42

20 + 14 + 8 = 42

21 + 14 + 7 = 42

The sum of the numbers in each of the lines is 42. Yes, this magic also work here.

**Is this magic possible on a 10 × 10 number chart? Go to the chapter ‘Fun with Numbers’ and check.**

Yes, this magic is possible on a 10 × 10 number chart.

**More Magic!**

See if this magic works for other lines which have five numbers. What about five numbers on a slanting line? Try this trick with your family and friends.

**Can you find other magic patterns in the calendar?**

Sol. Students have to find it themselves.

That’s all about **Time Goes On Answers ****Page No 59 to Page No 64.** Hope it has helped. Do share your views about this post in the comment section below.

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