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1.(3)

The digit 2 is in what place in each number?

a. 532 b. 823 c. 279

2.(3)

Use three digits to write a number equal to 4 hundreds, 3 tens, and 8 ones.

3.(3)

Write the next three numbers in this counting sequence:

24, 30, 36, , , , ...

4.(3)

Seven bicycles have how many wheels? Count by twos.

5.(3)

How many cents are in 3 dimes? Count by tens.

6.(3)

What is the first digit in the number 852?

7.(4)

How much money is shown by this diagram?

8.(4)

Draw a picture to show $412 using $100 bills, $10 bills, and $1 bills.

hundreds tens ones

9.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

16, 24, , 40, …

Count up by 8s.

b. a. c.

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11.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

27, 36, , 54, …

Count up by 9s.

12.(3)

How many digitsare in the number 428,976?

13.(1)

Find the sum:

842

+ 5

14.(1)

Find the sum:

276

+ 3

15.(1)

Find the missing addend:

5n

+ 211

5 + =

11 – =

16.(1)

Find the missing addend:

36

+ n13

3 + =

13 – =

17.(3)

If the pattern is continued, what will be the next circled number?

1, 2 , 3, 4 , 5, 6 , 7, …

18.(2)

Find the missing addend:

2 + n + 7 = 14

n + = 14

n = 14 –

19.(5)

Mira is second in line. Byron is fifth in line. How many people are between them?

1st Mira Byron

20.(1)

Jermaine solved 3 problems before lunch and 6 problems after lunch. Altogether how many problems did Jermaine solve?

10.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

7, , 21, 28, …

Count up by 7s.

Use work area.

n =

n =

n =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 2 Adaptations Cumulative Test 1A

1.(5)

Pablo is third in line. Nancy is seventh in line. How many people are between Pablo and Nancy?

1st Pablo Nancy

2.(8)

Sarah has $35. Dinah has $53. Together Sarah and Dinah have how much money?

Sarah

Dinah

together

$35

3.(7)

Use digits to write this number.

three hundred thirteen

4.(7)

Use digits to write this number.

three hundred thirty

5.(7)

Use words to write 919.

6.(7)

Use words to write 840.

7.(6)

The numbers 4, 5, and 9 form a fact family. Write two addition facts and two subtraction facts using these three numbers.

8.(4)

The digit 2 is in what place in each number?

a. 625 b. 284 c. 972

9.(4)

Which digit is in the tens place in 273?

10.(8)

$34+ $55

9

4 5

+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

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b. a. c.

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11.(1)

6 + 8 + 3 + 4 + 2 + 5 12.(6)

12– 9

9+ 3

12

Check:

13.(6)

15– 7

7+ 3

15

Check: 14.(9)

36+ 29

15.(2)

Find the missing addend:

7n

+ 212

7 + =

12 + =

16.(2)

Find the missing addend:

38

+ n18

3 + =

18 – =

17.(1)

Write a number sentence for this picture:

18.(3)

Write the next three numbers:

8, 12, 16, , , , ...

Count up by 4s.

19.(3)

Write the next three numbers:

2, 5, 8, , , , ...

Count up by 3s.

20.(10)

Which of these numbers is an even number?

A 253 B 352

C 325 D 523

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 6 Adaptations Cumulative Test 2A

1.(1, 7)

An aquarium has forty-seven angel fish and 11 butterfly fish. How many fish are in the aquarium?

angel fish

butterfly fish

in all

47

2.(7)

Use digits to write the number three hundred fifty-two.

3.(7)

Use words to write the number 572.

4.(Inv. 1)

Use digits and a comparison symbol to write “Seven is greater than three.”

5.(6)

The numbers 5, 7, and 12 forma fact family. Write two additionfacts and two subtraction factsusing these three numbers.

12

5 7

+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

6.(10)

Is 423 an odd number or an even number?

8.(Inv. 1)

To what number is the arrrow pointing?

30 70

70– 30 4 )

_____

7.(11)

Ling saw 14 coins on the table. Only 3 coins showed “heads.” How many coins showed “tails”?

altogether

heads

tails

14

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9.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

437 374

10.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

896 968

11.(3)

Find the missing number:

48, , 64, 72, ...

12.(3)

Find the missing number:

27, , 21, 18, ...

13.(12)

Find the missing number:

15– a

7

14.(12)

Find the missing number:

a– 8

9

15.(2)

Find the missing number:

5b

+ 414

16.(13)

$274+ $442

17.(14)

36– 13

18.(15)

33– 16

19.(1)

8 + 6 + 9 + 3 + 1 + 2 + 4 20.(3)

How many digits are in the number 326,559?

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a = a =

b =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 10 Adaptations Cumulative Test 3A

1.(1)

One hundred boats sailed on Tuesday. Three hundred boats sailed on Wednesday. Five hundred boats sailed on Thursday. How many boats sailed in the three days?

TuesdayWednesdayThursday

in all

100300500

7.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

459 495

6.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

two hundred twelve two hundred twenty

4.(19)

If it is morning, what time is shown by this clock?

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

5.(18)

What temperature is shown on this thermometer?

60

F

50

70

40

70– 10 5 )

_____

3.(16)

Write 409 in expanded form.

2.(13)

Lina had $337. For winning the race, she was paid $208. Then how much money did Lina have?

$337

8.(Inv. 2)

How long is this pencil?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8cm

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 13 Adaptations Cumulative Test 4A

9.(20)

Round 62 to the nearest ten.

6 2

11.(5)

Piper is standing seventh in line. Isabel is thirteenth in the same line. How many people are between Piper and Isabel?

1st Piper Isabel

10.(20)

Round $5.89 to the nearest dollar.

$5. 8 9

12.(11)

On the first day Elsa found thirty-one seashells. On the second day she found some more seashells. If Elsa found seventy-three seashells in the two days, how many did she find on the second day?

in all

first day

second day

73

13.(17)

27

42

56

+ 14 ______

15.(15)

$78

– $29 ______

14.(13)

573

+ 296 ______

17.(14)

Find the missing number:

40

+ b _____ 79

18.(18)

Find the missing number:

44

– e ____ 24

16.(16)

Find the missing number:

a

– 23 _____ 56

19.(2)

32 + 11 + 23 + 19 + f = 100

32 + + + =

100 – =

20.(3)

How many X’s are in this pattern? Count by threes.

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b = e =

f =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 14 Adaptations Cumulative Test 4A

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

1.(25)

Joaquin had thirty-eight dollars. Then he spent twenty-one dollars. How many dollars did Joaquin have left?

had

spent

left

$38

2.(10)

All the students lined up in two equal rows. Which of the following could be the total number of students?

A. 27 B. 49 C. 16

3.(1)

Twenty-two books were on the top bookshelf. Fifty-three books were on the second shelf. Fourteen books were on the third shelf. Altogether how many books were on those three shelves?

4.(Inv. 2)

Each side of this square is 11 mm long. What is the perimeter of the square?

Perimeter Add all sides.

11 mm

5.(3)

Find the missing numbers in this counting sequence:

18, 26, , , 50, , …

6.(Inv. 2)

One yard equals how many inches?

1 yard = inches

7.(20)

Round 57 to the nearest ten.

5 7

8.(6, Inv.1)

Compare:

14 – 8 12 – 5

9.(19)

If it is morning, what time is shown by this clock?

top

second

third

altogether

22

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11.(22)

What fraction of this square is shaded?

12.(Inv. 1)

To what number is the arrow pointing?

175 225200

200– 000 )

_____

13.(23)

Which of these angles is a right angle?

A. B. C.

14.(22)

$7.76

+ $2.43 ________

15.(I5)

32

– 17 _____

16.(16)

Find the missing number:

r

– 42 ____ 98

17.(13)

532 + 227 ______

18.(14)

Find the missing number:

73– g

21

19.(14)

985

– 143 ______

20.(17)

217794

+ 16

10.(23)

Which street is perpendicular to North?

Perpendicular looks like +.

WEBBERH

AW

THO

RN

E

NO

RTH

N

S

EW

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 18 Adaptations Cumulative Test 5A

1.(25)

Fifty seashells were in the jar. Jeremy took some seashells from the jar. Twenty-four seashells were left in the jar. How many seashells did Jeremy take from the jar?

in jar

left

Jeremy took

50

2.(1)

Twenty-four girls sat in the first row. Thirty-seven girls sat in the second row. Eighty girls sat in the third row. Altogether how many girls sat in the first three rows?

first

second

third

altogether

24

3.(11)

The video game costs thirty-eight dollars. Adam has saved nineteen dollars. How much more money does Adam need to buy the video game?

costs

has saved

needs

$38

4.(7)

Use words to write the number 407.

5.(Inv.1,

29)

Use digits and symbols to write “Eight times zero equals five times zero.”

6.(Inv. 2)

Leon found this metal object in the scrap yard. About how long is it?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8cm

7.(26)

Shade 1 _ 4 of this circle. 8.(20)

Round $15.25 to the nearest dollar.

$15. 2 5

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Use work area.

× ×

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about

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3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

11.(27)

If it is afternoon, what time will it be in 3 hours and 45 minutes according to this clock?

Time now:

Count forward 45 minutes.

Count forward 3 hours.

12.(27)

Change this addition problem to a multiplication problem:

4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4

13.(Inv. 2)

The boat is five meters long. How many centimeters long is the boat?

1 m = cm

5 m = cm

14.(29)

Which product is greatest?

A. 3 × 5 B. 5 × 6

C. 9 × 5 D. 5 × 7

15.(14)

860– 240

16.(15)

83

– 27 _____ 17.

(13)325

+ 869 _______

18.(14)

Find the missing number:

36+ t

87

19.(16)

Find the missing number:

56

– m _____ 33

20.(1)

3 + 9 + 4 + 7 + 5 + 3 + 6

9.(3)

Find the missing numbers in this counting sequence:

48, , , 30, 24, , ...

10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of this triangle?

7 cm 7 cm

8 cmUse work area.

×

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 22 Adaptations Cumulative Test 6A

1.(11)

It is one hundred twenty miles from Lillian’s house to her grandmother’s house. Lillian has only driven fifteen of those miles. How many miles does Lillian have left to drive?

2.(10)

Use the digits 4, 8, and 7 once each to make an even number greater than 800.

even

3.(Inv. 3)

Draw a pattern of dots to show the multiplication of 5 and 6.

4.(5)

Seth wrote his birth date as 4/20/99.

a. In what month was Seth born?

b. In what year was Seth born?

5.(23)

Draw two perpendicular lines.

6.(Inv. 3)

This rectangle is 4 units long and 2 units wide. What is the area of the rectangle?

4

2

7.(22)

What fraction of this circle is shaded?

8.(27)

Change this addition problem to a multiplication problem:

6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6

9.(20)

Round 64 to the nearest ten. Round 87 to the nearest ten. Then add the rounded numbers.

6 4

8 7 +

miles in all

driven

left

120

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b. a.

Use work area.

× Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 25 Adaptations Cumulative Test 7A

11.(Inv. 1)

The arrow is pointing to what number on this number line?

0 200100

12.(Inv. 3)

a. 2 × 2 =

b. 7 × 7 =

c. 8 × 8 =

13.(31)

Forty-five is how much less than fifty-four?

less

54

14.(Inv. 3)

Find the square root:

√___

49 = 15.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

67 + 22 62 + 27

16.(1)

Find the missing number:

18+ w

99

17.(16)

Find the missing number:

656

– x303

18.(35)

Use words to write 4 2_3 .

19.(34)

Use digits to write six million. 20.(30)

922– 628

10.(10, 35)

Is the value of 3 nickels and 4 dimes an even number of cents or an oddnumber of cents?

3 nickels ¢

4 dimes + ¢¢ Even or odd?

, ,

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 26 Adaptations Cumulative Test 7A

1.(35)

Karim had two dimes, a quarter, and three pennies. Write this amount with a dollar sign and decimal point.

2.(11)

Findlay is 182 miles west of Youngstown. Akron is 50 miles west of Youngstown. How far is it from Akron to Findlay?

AkronFindlay YoungstownN

S

EW

?50 miles

150 miles

3.(37)

Name the fraction or mixed number marked by the arrow on this number line:

4.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

17 + 13 + 29 7 × 7

5.

(40) How many quarts of milk equal

one gallon?

1 gallon = quarts

6.(33)

Use words to write 816,921. 7.(26)

Shade 1_6 of this circle.

8.(7, Inv.1)

Use digits and symbols to compare four hundred eighty-one and seven hundred seventy.

9.(23)

Which letter below has a right angle?

A L X W

$ 000.00 $ 000.00 $ 000.00 $ 000.00

0 1 2 3

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11.(20)

Round 73 to the nearest ten. Round 77 to the nearest ten. Add the rounded numbers.

73

77 +

12.(Inv. 2,

21)

If the radius of a circle is 1 yard, then the diameter is how many feet?

1 yd d = 2r

13.(35)

What mixed number is shown by the shaded rectangles?

14.(30)

$4.18– $2.81

15.(Inv. 3)

Find the square root:

√___

36 =

16.(13)

$372$248

+ $296

17.(38)

a.

6

56

× 4 _____

b.

8

56

× 4 _____

c.

7

56

× 4 _____

18.(24)

Find the missing number:

e+ 321

508

19.(16)

Find the missing number:

y

– 412201

20.(2)

Find the missing number:

67733148

+ n255

10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 4 cm long and 3 cm wide?

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Use work area.

Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 30 Adaptations Cumulative Test 8A

1.(11)

One hundred nine tourists arrived on the first boat. Altogether three hundred tourists arrived on two boats. How many tourists arrived on the second boat?

2.(41)

Pierre paid $8.00 for an item that cost $3.17. How much money should Pierre get back?

$8.00 paid

+ $ . cost

money back

3.(42)

Round 652 to the nearest hundred.

6 5 2

4.(35)

Shade the circles to show the mixed number 3 1 _ 4 .

5.(Inv. 4)

Use words to write 11.7.

6.(27)

It is morning. What time was it 1 hour 45 minutes ago according to this clock?

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

Time now:

Count back 1 hour.

Count back 45 minutes.

7.(39, 45)

To the nearest quarter inch, how long is segment AB?

A B

321inch

8.(37)

To what mixed number is the arrow pointing?

altogether

first

second

300

4 5

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10.(24)

Find the missing number:

n– 312

527

11.(16)

Find the missing number:

814– s

303

9.(31)

There were two hundred twenty-four cars on the highway. There were nine hundred nine cars on the parkway. How many more cars were on the parkway?

parkway

highway

more

909

12.(41)

4r = 36 ) _______

13.(41)

$7.03– $3.47

14.(42)

80× 8

15.(44)

63× 3

16.(45)

68 + (8 × 4)

17.(45)

4 × (2 + 6) 18.(43)

$8.14 + 76¢ + $2

19.(43)

0.85– 0.40

20.(Inv. 3)

√___

25 + √___

16

+ =

× =

+ =

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

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r = Use work area.

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Cumulative Test 9A

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 34 Adaptations Cumulative Test 9A

1.(1)

Five hundred sixty-seven students sat on one side of the gym, and another six hundred thirty-nine students sat on the other side. How many students were there altogether?

one side

other side

altogether

2.(31)

Liza has three hundred seventeen coins in her collection. Tamca has found five hundred eighty-one coins in her collection. Tamca has how many more coins than Liza?

Tamca

Liza

more

581

3.(Inv. 2,

21)

If the radius of a circle is 3 feet, then its diameter is .

3 ft d = 2r

A. 6 yards B. 2 yards

C. 1 1 _ 2 feet D. 9 feet

4.(50)

Which digit in 36.5 is in the tenths place?

5.(10)

Use the digits 3, 4, 5, and 6 once each to write an even number between 5500 and 5700.

6.(35)

Write the mixed number shown by the shaded circles.

7.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of this shape? Perimeter Add all sides.

2 mm

4 mm

7 mm5 mm

3 mm

4 mm3 mm

8.(49)

There are eight cars with three people in each car. How many people are there altogether?

even

cars

people per car

total people

8

3

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9.(42)

Round 467 to the nearest hundred.

4 6 7

10.(51)

73,804+ 48,697

11.(30)

$8.50– $4.81

12.(24)

Find the missing number:

n– 327

801

13.(24)

Find the missing number:

z+ 501

1452

14.(44)

21× 6

15.(48)

73× 7

16.(50)

3.4+ 2.56

Fill empty places with zero.

17.(50)

3.64– 1.9

Fill empty places with zero. 18.(43)

$4.15 + $2 + 62¢ + 17¢

20.(46)

a. 3 )_____ 2 7 =

b. 18 ÷ 3 =

c. 42___6 =

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

19.(Inv. 1,

45)

Compare:

9 – (3 × 3) (9 – 3) × 3

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n =

z =

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Cumulative Test 10A

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 38 Adaptations Cumulative Test 10A

1.(52, 54)

Forty-nine days is how many weeks? 2.(55)

List the factors of 12.

1, , , , , 12

3.(52)

Forty books were put into eight equal stacks. How many books were in each stack?

) ____

4 0

4.(Inv. 5)

Shade 50% of this rectangle.

6.(55)

Find the seventh multiple of 6. Then subtract 12. What is the difference?

7.(Inv. 5)

Compare:

1 __ 2 25%

% %

8.(45)

Segment DE is 5 cm long. Segment DF is 8 cm long. How long is segment EF?

FED 5 cm

8 cm

?

10.(54)

Round 3275 to the nearest thousand.

3 2 75

9.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of this rectangle?

28 mm

14 mm

6, 12, , , , ,

– 127th multiple of 6

5.(52, 54)

How many years are in five centuries?

1 century = years

5 centuries = years

) _______

7 __ 1 = __

? days

weeks

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 41 Adaptations Cumulative Test 11A

11.(41)

$13.00– $ 6.35

12.(51)

7214+ 6487

13.(52)

36,291– 16,842

15.(50)

3.6 2 5.3 + 11.7 .

16.(Inv. 3,

45)

√___

36 + (12 ÷ 4)

17.(53)

7 ) _____

5 2

18.(30)

341– 96

19.(16)

Find the missing number:

n– 227

400

20.(24)

Find the missing number:

z+ 724

1321

14.(48)

65× 7

+ =

R

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n =

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Cumulative Test 11A

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 42 Adaptations Cumulative Test 11A

1.(31)

Two thousand, eight hundred fourteen is how much greater than one thousand, five hundred ninety-six?

2814–

2.(49)

There were eight dancers on each stage. How many dancers were on 12 stages?

stages

dancers per stage

total dancers

12

3.(60)

It took Marco 30 minutes of steady pedaling to ride 6 miles to the lake. At that rate, how many minutes did it take Marco to ride each mile?

miles

minutes 6 __ = 1 __

?

4.(60)

The Thatcher family ate 25 apples in 5 days. On average, how many apples did the Thatchers eat each day?

) _____

2 5

5.(57)

Lance biked for 7 hours at 13 miles per hour. How far did Lance bike?

6.(22)

What fraction of this rectangle is shaded?

7.(54)

Two centuries is the same as how many decades?One century is 10 decades.

8.(56)

Compare these fractions. Shade the congruent circles to show the comparison.

) _______

miles per hour

hours

total miles

13

7

2 __ 3 3 __

4

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10.(45)

Which segment in this circle is a diameter?

P

R

T

S

11.(55)

Find the eighth multiple of six. Then subtract 28. What is the difference?

13.(52)

86,791 – 47,802 ________

15.(45)

500 – (11 × 4)

500–

11× 4

14.(45, 50)

7.64 – (1.3 + 2.71)

16.(58)

170

× 9 ______ 1

19.(53)

4 ) _____

3 1

20.(41)

Find the missing factor:

6q = 54

9.(42, 59)

Estimate the sum of 487 and 229 by rounding each number to the nearest hundred before adding.

+ 487

229

12.(22)

$24.86

+ $73.24 _________

6, , , , , , ,

– 288th multiple of 6

1.3 + 2.71

7.64 –

17.(58)

485

× 9 ______ 1

18.(Inv.3,

46)

√___

36 ÷ 6

R

÷ =

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1.(Inv. 2)

Carl took 11 big steps to measure the length of the room. If each step was one yard, then the length of the room was how many feet?

1 yard = 3 feet

2.(52)

Every fifth student sings in the choir. There are two hundred fifty-five students in all. How many students sing in the choir?

) _______

2 5 5

3.(61)

Two fifths of the students walked to school. What fraction of the students did not walk to school?

4.(Inv. 5)

Compare:

25% of 24 3 × 2

5.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of this square?

12 mm

6.(59)

Estimate the product of 79 and 9.

Round to the nearest ten.

79

× 9

7.(57)

The hiker could hike 36 miles in one day. How far could she hike in 9 days?

miles per day

days

total miles

36

9

9.(Inv. 2)

If each side of the polygon is 3 units, then what is its perimeter?

8.(63)

Name the polygon.

Count the sides.

stepsfeet

1 __ = 11 ___ ?

3 units

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11.(Inv. 5)

If 63% of the students were boys, then what percent of the students were girls?

total

boys

girls

100%

63%

%

12.(51)

28,461+ 104,776

13.(50)

$11 – 9¢

$11.00– $0000.56

14.(62)

7 × 6 × 5

15.(62)

32 + 82 16.(58)

728× 4

18.(45, 47)

45 ÷ (45 ÷ 9)17.(65)

7 ) ______

3 2 2

19.(50)

20.(41, 64)

Find the missing factor:

4r = 52

10.(56)

Compare. Draw and shade two congruent squares to show the comparison.

8.3 2.5 6 + 12.7

÷ =

+ =

1__2

5__8

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1.(Inv. 5)

Ami and Michelle had 96 fence posts. They used one fourth of the posts for the garden. How many posts did Ami and Michelle use for the garden?

1 _ 4 of 96 ) ________

2.(Inv. 5)

Twenty-five percent of the birds were starlings. What percent of the birds were not starlings?

birds

starlings

not starlings

100%

25%

%

3.(49)

Each salad is made with four tomatoes. How many tomatoes are needed to make 160 salads?

) _______

1 6 0

4.(42, 59)

Estimate the sum of 5879 and 7215 by rounding each number to the nearest thousand before adding.

5 8 79 7 2 15

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

5.(35)

What is the value of 7 pennies, 2 dimes, 5 quarters, and 7 nickels? Write the answer using a dollar sign and decimal point.

$ .

$ .

$ .

+ $ .

$ .

7 pennies

2 dimes

5 quarters

7 nickels

6.(70)

One fifth of the salespeople earned a commission. There were 60 salespeople in all. How many salespeople earned a commission?

1 _ 5 of 60 ) ________

7.(Inv. 1)

What number is indicated on the number line below?

–5 0 5

8.(63)

Douglas has a pentagon and an octagon. What is the total number of sides on the two polygons?

pentagonoctagon

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

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10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of the rectangle?

6 feet

4 feet

11.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of the rectangle?

6 feet

4 feet

12.(22)

$421.90

+ $209.26 __________

13.(41)

$20.00– $18.56

14.(58)

$3.13 × 4 ________

15.

(67) 32

× 30

16.(Inv. 3,

62)

92 – √__

9 17.(68)

short division

461 ÷ 6

18.(62)

Associative Property of Multiplication

3 × 7 × 8

19.(50)

5.16– 3.8

20.(41, 64)

Find the missing factor:

6s = 96

9.(69)

a. The line segment shown below is how many centimeters long?

b. The segment is how many millimeters long?

10 20 30 40 50 60mm

cm 1 2 3 4 5 6

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1.(52)

Mason has four days to read a 320-page book. If he wants to read the same number of pages each day, how many pages should Mason read each day?

Find the average.

2.(61)

When Mason has read two thirds of the book, what fraction of the book will he still have left to read?

Ninety students voted for their favorite colors. Thirty-four voted for green. Blue received seven fewer votes than green. The remaining students voted for red.

3.(72)

How many students chose blue as their favorite color?

4.(72)

How many students chose red as their favorite color?

5.(72)

Which color received the fewest votes?

6.(49)

How many days equal nine weeks?

weeks

days per week

total days

9

7.(74)

In the word REVERBERATION, what fraction of the letters are Rs?

R E V E R B E R A T I O N

8.(Inv. 2)

Deborah ran a 200-meter dash. Two hundred meters is how many centimeters?

100 centimeters = 1 meter

centimetersmeters

? ____ 200

= 0 __ 1

9.(70)

One fifth of an hour is how many minutes?

1 _ 5 of 60 min.

) _______

) _______

60 minutes

1 __ 5 hour { minutes

minutes

minutes

minutes

minutes

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10.(Inv. 2,

69)

What is the perimeter of this triangle?

21 mm 29 mm

35 mm

11.(45)

The length of ___

AB is 33 mm. The length of

___ AC is 71 mm.

What is the length of ___

BC ?

A B C

71 mm

33 mm

13.(52)

26,491– 846

14.(50)

2.7 3.45 0.18

+ 2.0

16.(68)

short division

6 ) ________

3 4 1

17.(71)

short division

8 ) ________

4 8 3

18.(41)

4a = 240 20.(Inv. 3,

62)

Compare:

2 × 52 √___

81 × √___

16

12.(45, 50)

$27 – ($24.17 – 58¢)

$24.17– $ 0.58

$27.00– $ 0.58

15.(58)

$4.91× 7

19.(24)

413

166

+ f ______ 890

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1.(75)

Miguel faces east and then turns 90° clockwise. What direction is Miguel facing after the turn?

A. north B. south

C. east D. west

3.(72)

In darts, the sum of Julie’s score and José’s score was equal to Johnna’s score. If Johnna’s score was 91 and José’s score was 37, what was Julie’s score?

Johnna

Jose

Julie

91

37

4.(70)

One eighth of the 96 delegates were assigned to each room. How many delegates were assigned to each room?

1 _ 8 of 96 ) _______

5.(79)

Draw a triangle congruent to this triangle. Then draw its line of symmetry.

6.(74)

What fraction of the letters in the word MISSISSIPPI are not an I?

M I S S I S S I P P I

7.(77)

The truck weighs 2 tons. How many pounds is 2 tons?

8.(77)

Which is the more reasonable measure of weight for an adult human? Circle your answer.

80 grams

80 kilograms

9.(78)

Which triangle appears to be a scalene triangle?

A. B.

C. D.

N

S

EW

tonspounds

1 _____ 2000

= 0 __ ?

2.(57)

Kiwis cost 89¢ per pound. What is the price for 7 pounds of kiwis?

per pound

pounds

total cost

$0.89

× 7

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11.(59)

Estimate the sum of 287 and 708.

287708

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

12.(52)

Lowell could paint 12 signs in2 hours. How many signs could Lowell paint in 1 hour?

Find the average.

) ____

1 2

13.(45)

4109 – (268 × 8)

268× 8

4109–

14.(58)

$7.97× 7

16.(80)

short division

4 ) _________

3 2 2 8

15.(50)

64.8 + 2.17

17.(76)

short division

4321 ÷ 5

18.(41)

287 = 7k

20.(40)

Use a symbol to compare the number of ounces in 1 pint to the number of ounces in 1 cup.

19.(24)

46421391

+ h8237

10.(31, 34)

Seventy-five thousand, twenty-one dollars is how much greater than sixty-four thousand, nine hundred fifty-seven dollars?

$75,021– $64,957

ounces in 1 pint

ounces in 1 cup

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1.(27)

It takes Kylie 30 minutes to ride her bike to work. At what time should Kylie start riding her bike to work if she wants to arrive at 12:05 p.m.?

Arrival time:

Count minutes back:

2.(57)

Myra can walk one mile in 12 minutes. At that rate how far can Myra walk in an hour?

miles minutes

1 __ 0 = ? ___

60

3.(83)

Bertrand rented 3 DVDs for $3.97 each. The sales tax was 89¢.

a. What was the total price?

$3.97 each× 3 DVD before tax

before tax+ $ 0.89 tax total cost

b. If Bertrand paid with a $20 bill, how much change did he get back?

$20.00 paid– $20.00 total cost change back

4.(Inv. 6)

How many students have dogs or cats as pets?

Use the information in this bar graph to answer the question.

10

8

6

4

2

0Dogs Cats Other

Pets of the ClassN

umb

er o

f Stu

den

ts

5.(Inv. 3,

70)

Tansu bought a rectangular lot that was 6 miles long and 4 miles wide. Half of the land was wetlands. How many square miles of land was wetlands?

6 miles

4 miles

6.(81)

Which angle appears to be a 90° angle?

A. B.

C. D.

7.(42, 59)

Round seven thousand, four hundred ninety-six to the nearest thousand.

7496

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Write 435 ____ 1000 as a decimal number.

11.(84)

Write 0.321 as a fraction. 12.(22)

$53.28+ $ 6.77

13.(43)

82.406+ 17.591

14.(58)

621× 7

15.(85)

100 × 11 =

9.(70)

One third of the 21 dogs are retrievers. How many dogs were retrievers?

1_3 of 21 )

____21

1__3 retrievers

21 dogs

dogs

dogs

dogs

16.(76)

short division

6 ) ___________

$5 . 4 6

17.(45)

3000 ÷ (21 ÷ 7)

7 ) _____

2 1 ) _________

3 0 0 0

18.(41)

7m = 560

19.(2)

284n

4018

+ 77208

20.(67)

670× 30

8.(77)

Three pounds is how many ounces?

poundsounces

1___16

= 1__?

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1.(35)

Four quarters, 3 dimes, 2 nickels, and 1 penny is how much money?

$ . $ . $ . $ . $ .

2.(88)

Theresa put 47 muffins as evenly as possible in 9 bags.

a. How many bags had exactly 5 muffins?

b. How many bags had 6 muffins?

3.(83)

Zelda paid one dollar for some gum and received 27¢ back in change. How much did the gum cost?

$1.00 paid change back cost

4.(49)

Janet called each of her five brothers 7 times. In all how many calls did Janet make?

5 brothers times called total calls

5.(59)

Round 5301 to the nearest thousand. Round 3691 to the nearest thousand. Find the sum of the two rounded numbers.

5301 3691

6.(23)

Which two sides of this quadrilateral appear to be parallel?

A

BC

D

Remember to write the segment symbols.

7.(79)

Draw the line of symmetry.

A

BC

D

8.(Inv. 2)

A square with a perimeter of 64 mm has sides that are how many millimeters long?

Perimeter = 64 mm

Each side = mm

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Shade the squares to show that 1 3 _ 4 equals 7 _ 4 .

=

9.(45)

Segment AB is 14 mm long. Segment BC is 22 mm long. Segment AD is 76 mm long. How long is segment CD?

A CB D?22 mm14 mm

76 mm

11.(22)

$252.28+ $249.71

12.(52)

39,251– 29,320

13.(85)

$6.320× 10

14.(90)

6 4× 1 7

+0000X

15.(80)

short division

4 ) ____________

$3 2 . 0 8

16.(Inv. 3,

62)

82 – √___

64

– =

17.(50)

6.438 + 9.08

18.(86)

600 × 70 =

19.(24)

n+ 891

4443

20.(2)

369

207

+ n61

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1.(94)

In a board game, Grant scored four points more than Kobe. Kobe scored three times as many points as Todd. If Todd scored 6 points, how many points did Grant score?

Todd 6 points

Kobe (3 × Todd)

Grant (Kobe + 4)

2.(92)

Draw a parallelogram with no right angles.

3.(94)

The toll is $1.30. Pilar put four dimes and three nickels in the basket. How much more money does she need to put in the basket?

4 dimes 3 nickels

$ . $ . $ .

$1.30– 10

4.(88)

Twenty-nine cans were arranged on 4 shelves as evenly as possible.

a. How many shelves had exactly 7 cans?

b. How many shelves had 8 cans?

5.(Inv. 5)

Shade 75% of the rectangle.

6.(Inv. 4)

a. What decimal number names the shaded part of this square?

b. What decimal number names the part that is not shaded?

7.(91)

Which digit in 12.875 is in the hundredths place?

8.(93)

Estimate the product of 41 and 68. Then find the exact product.

estimate

41

68

exact4 1

× 6 8

+00000X

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Jane bought a meter of ribbon and cut off about one fifth of it to make a bow. About how many millimeters of ribbon did Jane use to make the bow?

1 meter = millimeters

1

_ 5 for bow

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

10.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of this rectangle?

30 yd

20 yd

11.(95)

There are 18 people in the theater. Two thirds of them have tickets. How many people have tickets?

is of

2 __ 3 = ? ___

18

12.(60)

Charis galloped 144 kilometers in 4 hours. If Charis galloped at a steady speed, how far did Charis gallop in one hour?

Find the average.

) _______

1 4 4

13.(Inv. 4)

Write 17 ___ 100 as a decimal number.

15.(86)

40× 800

14.(91)

2.37– 0.23

16.(58)

$7.76× 4

17.(90)

2 6× 4 2

+00000X

20.(2)

Find the missing addend:

2 + 4 + 8 + 6 + q + 3 + 7 + 9 + 8 = 63

18.(80)

short division

4 ) _______

6 0 0

19.(76)

short division

994 ____ 7

.

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1.(96)

Four gardeners were picking melons. Janell picked 8, Wallace picked 4, Jerome picked 5, and Suzanne picked 3. What was the average number of melons picked by each gardener?

Find the average.

845

+ 3

) _____

000

2.(Inv. 4)

Write 7 7 __ 10 in decimal form.

3.(91)

Which digit in 29.64 is in the same place as the 7 in 3.07?

29.64 3.07

4.(95)

Three fifths of the 40 bikes were road bikes. How many bikes were road bikes?

is of

3 __ 5 = ? ___ 40

5.(Inv. 3,

45)

Compare:

(72 + 1) ÷ √___

25 √___

81

6.(91)

24.5 − 6.27

7.(21, 69)

a. What is the radius of the circlebelow in millimeters?

b. What is the diameter of thecircle in centimeters?

10 20 30 40mm

8.(Inv. 4)

Write 8.92 using words.

9.(93)

Estimate the product of 68 and 42.

68 42

10.(57)

Bok choy is priced at 79¢ per pound. What is the cost of 3 pounds of bok choy?

$0.79 per pound 3 pounds cost

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Find the perimeter and area of this rectangle.

9 in.

6 in.

12.(34, 51)

Find the sum of two hundred seventy-one thousand, six hundred eight and sixteen thousand, two hundred thirty-three.

271,608+ 16,233

13.(94)

Rosemary has 4 more tulips than Blanche. Blanche has half as many tulips as Vicente. If Vicente has 10 tulips, how many tulips does Rosemary have?

Vincente 10 tulips

Blanche (Vincente ÷ 2)

Rosemary (Blanche + 4)

14.(89)

Show that 3 equals 9 _ 3 .

=

15.(22)

Something is wrong with this sign.

Show two different ways to correct the sign’s error.

16.(97)

What is the median of these scores?

median = middle

75, 90, 80, 85, 70, 90, 80

18.(86)

70 × 70 =

20.(76)

short division

3 )____________ $2 7 . 9 3

17.(98)

Which word names this shape?

A. cone B. cylinder C. sphere

19.(90)

7 3× 2 9

+00000X

a can

SODAS0.35¢

area

b.

perimeter

a.

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Use the information given in the circle graph to answer problems 1–4.

How Holly Spent Her Day

Sleeping7 hr

School8 hr

Reading3 hr

TV 1 hr

Yardwork3 hr

Oth

er 2

hr

How Holly Spent Her Day

Sleeping7 hr

School8 hr

Reading3 hr

TV 1 hr

Yardwork3 hr

Oth

er 2

hr

1.(Inv. 6)

What is the total number of hours shown in the graph?

2.(Inv. 6)

What fraction of Holly’s day was spent sleeping?

sleeping

________ total

= 222 ____ 444

3.(Inv. 6)

If Holly starts school at 8:00 a.m., what time does school end?

Start time:

Count hours forward.

4.(Inv. 6)

How many hours did Holly spend at school and reading?

school

reading

total hours

5.(57)

How many cans of dog food are eaten each day?

cans dogs

2 __ 3 = ? __

6

Lars has 6 dogs. Each dog eats 2 _ 3 can of food each day. Dog food costs 96¢ per can.

6.(57)

How much does Lars spend on dog food per day?

costcans

96¢ ____ 1 = ? ___

23

7.(Inv. 2)

If the perimeter of a square is 88 centimeters, how long is each side of the square?

Perimeter = 88 cm

Each side = cm

8.(104)

Change the improper fraction 9 _ 4 to a mixed number.

9 __ 4 = 22 ___

22

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What fraction name for 1 is shown by this rectangle?

1 = 22 ___ 22

10.(83)

Miriam bought three audiocasette tapes for $5.21 each. The sales tax was $1.17. She paid the clerk with a twenty-dollar bill. How much change should Miriam get back?

$5.21× 3

+ $1.17 tax

$20.00– 3

11.(102)

a. What is the length of the segment in millimeters?

b. What is the length of the segment in centimeters?

10 20 30 40 50mm

1 2 3 4 5cm

12.(57, 60)

The freight train traveled 312 miles in 6 hours.

a. The train’s average rate was how many miles per hour?

miles per hour)_______ 3 1 2

b. At that rate, how far could the train go in 10 hours?

miles per hour

10 hours

total miles

13.(41)

$52.00– $13.46

14.(58)

$3.66× 7

15.(86)

60 × 60 = 16.(90)

4 6× 9 2

+00000X

17.(105)

long division

0 R10 )

_______ 4 2 6

18.(62, 80)

short division

630 ÷ 32

19.(45, 91)

4.5 – (3.4 + 0.27)

3.47+ 0.27

4.57– 0.27

20.(16)

697– p

302

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1.(101)

How much does it cost to ship a 4-pound package to Zone 2?

Use the information given in this table to answer problems 1 and 2.

Weight Zone 1 Zone 2

Up to 4 pounds $1.62 $1.82

4 pounds 1 ounce to 7 pounds

$1.86 $1.89

7 pounds 1 ounce or more

$2.01 $2.09

Shipping Charges

2.(101)

How much more does it cost to ship a 9-pound package to Zone 2 than to Zone 1?

Zone 2

Zone 1

more

3.(95)

Three eighths of the 80 tadpoles already had back legs. How many tadpoles had back legs?

is of

3 __ 8 = ? ___

80

4.(102)

a. Find the length of this line segment in millimeters.

b. Find the length of the segment in centimeters.

10 20 30 40 50mm

1 2 3 4 5cm

10 20 30 40 50mm

1 2 3 4 5cm

5.(109)

Find three fractions equivalent to

1 _ 3 by using 2 _ 2 , 3 _ 3 , and 4 _ 4 as multipliers.

1 __ 3

× 2__2

= 22___22

1__3

× 3__3

= 22___22

1__3

× 4__4

= 22___22

6.(Inv. 4)

Use words to write 574.6.

7.(59)

Estimate the product of 396 and 48.

396 48

8.(104)

Change the improper fraction 14 __ 9 to a

mixed number.

14 ___ 9 = 22 ___

22

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9.(49)

Claudia put 25 marbles in a jar. How many marbles could Claudia put in 9 jars?

25 marbles

9 jars

total marbles

10.(72)

Raul paid $2.10 for 3 tennis balls. How much would 24 tennis balls cost?

) __________

$2 . 1 0 × 24

11.(41)

$14.00– $17.65

12.(50)

5.7712.02

+ 9.44

13.(91)

19.60– 12.34

14.(Inv. 3,

62)

23 + √___

49

+ =

15.(67)

37× 40

16.(65)

short division

324____4

17.(105)

long division

372 ÷ 10

18.(110)

long division

0 0 R40 )

_______1 2 3

20.(Inv. 10)

What is the probability that a tossed coin will land tails up?

19.(106)

What is the value of ab when a is 7 and b is 9?

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1.(43, 94)

Tickets for the movie cost $7.25 for adults and $6.50 for students. Gailyn bought tickets for two adults and four students. Altogether, how much did Gailyn pay?

$7.25× 2

$6.50+$1.27

3

adultsstudentsaltogether

2.(111)

Estimate the area of this triangle. Each small square represents one square centimeter.

3.(Inv. 5)

A nickel is what percent of a dollar?

A nickel is 1 __ 20 of $1.00. What percent is that?

4.(Inv.3,

70)

This rectangle is 5 cm long and 4 cm wide. Half the rectangle is shaded. What is the area of the shaded part of the rectangle?

5 cm

4 cm

5.(115)

Complete the equivalent fraction:

3 __ 4 = ? ___

12

6.(103)

What fraction name for 1 has a denominator of 7?

1 = 77___777.

(I09) Draw a picture to show that 1_4 and 2_8are equivalent fractions.

=

8.(57)

The triathlete could swim 240 meters in 3 minutes. At the same average speed, how far could the triathlete swim in 6 minutes?

) _______

2 4 0 ×× 6

about

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9.(83)

The campers bought 2 sleeping bags for $39.99 each and a lantern for $12.79. Sales tax was $5.24. They paid for the items with a $100 bill. How much change should they have gotten back?

$39.99$39.99$12.79

+ $15.24

$100.00– 4

11.(50)

13.764.38

+ 19.10

10.(88)

Eighty people stood in line. Six of them could ride in each van. If there were only nine vans, how many people did not get a ride?

9 vans× 6 each

80– 6

did not ride

12.(91)

96.42– 47.80

13.(107)

1__5

+ 2__5

= 22___22

14.(107)

7 __ 8 – 2 __

8 = 22 ___

22

15.(114)

2 1 __ 4

+ 1 3 __ 4

17.(80)

short division

$36.24 ÷ 3

16.(113)

$1.25 × 16

18.(65)

short division

201 ____ 3

19.(110)

long division

0 R20 )

_______ 6 4 0

20.(112)

Reduce:

a. 3 __ 9 = 22 ___

22

b. 2 ___ 10

= 22 ___ 22

c. 9 ___ 27

= 22 ___ 22

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