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1.(4)

The digit 5 is in what place in each number?

a. 518 b. 853 c. 485

2.(4)

Use three digits to write a number equal to 4 hundreds, 7 tens, and 5 ones.

3.(3)

Write the next three numbers in this counting sequence:

54, 45, 36, , , , ...

4.(3)

Six tricycles have how many wheels? Count by threes.

5.(3)

How many cents are in 4 nickels? Count by fives.

6.(3)

What is the last digit in the number 346?

7.(4)

How much money is shown by this picture?

8.(4)

Draw a picture to show $123 using $100 bills, $10 bills, and $1 bills.

hundreds tens ones

9.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

6, , 12, 15, …

Count up by 3s.

b. a. c.

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11.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

30, 35, 40, , …

Count up by 5s.

12.(3)

How many digits are in the number 27,394?

13.(1)

Find the sum:

912

+ 7

14.(1)

Find the sum:

836

+ 2

15.(1)

Find the missing addend:

n2

+ 616

2 + =

16 – =

16.(1)

Find the missing addend:

45

+ n16

4 + =

16 – =

17.(3)

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

1, 2, 3, 4 , 5, 6, 7, 8 , 9, 10, 11, 12 , 13, ...

18.(2)

Find the missing addend:

3 + y + 9 = 13

y + = 13

y = 13 –

19.(5)

Tyrrell is third in line. Christina is seventh in line. How many people are between them?

1st Tyrell Christina

20.(1)

There were 6 students on the left side of the bus and 5 students on the right side of the bus. Altogether how many students were on the bus?

10.(3)

Find the missing number in this counting sequence:

12, 18, , 30, …

Count up by 6s.

y =

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n =

n =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 4 Adaptations Cumulative Test 1B

1.(5)

Kassady is second in line. Shay is eleventh in line. How many people are between Shay and Kassady?

1st Kassady Shay

2.(8)

Chang has $43. Todd has $34. Together Chang and Todd have how much money?

Chang

Todd

together

$43

$34

3.(7)

Use digits to write this number.

five hundred seventeen

4.(7)

Use digits to write this number.

eight hundred forty-three

5.(7)

Use words to write 304.

6.(7)

Use words to write 619.

8.(4)

The digit 6 is in what place in each number?

a. 625 b. 456 c. 563

7.(6)

The numbers 3, 4, and 7 form a fact family. Write two addition facts and two subtraction facts using these three numbers.

9.(4)

Which digit is in the hundreds place in 843?

10.(8)

$23+ $76

7

3 4

+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

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b. a. c.

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11.(1)

7 + 1 + 6 + 9 + 4 + 3 12.(6)

13– 6

6+ 3

13

Check:

13.(6)

17– 8

8+ 3

17

Check: 14.(9) 47

+ 18

15.(2)

Find the missing addend:

24

+ n12

2 + =

12 – =

16.(2)

Find the missing addend:

5n

+ 215

5 + =

15 – =

17.(1)

Write a number sentence for this picture:

18.(3)

Write the next three numbers:

9, 12, 15, , , , ...

Count up by 3s.

19.(3)

Write the next three numbers:

24, 21, 18, , , , ...

Count down by 3s.

20.(10)

Which of these numbers is an odd number?

A 246 B 127

C 100 D 318

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Cumulative Test 2B

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 8 Adaptations Cumulative Test 2B

1.(1, 7)

Sixty-three students sat on one side of the cafeteria. Thirty students sat on the other side. How many students were there in all in the cafeteria?

2.(7)

Use digits to write the number four hundred ninety-six.

3.(7)

Use words to write the number 429.

4.(Inv. 1)

Use digits and a comparison symbol to write “Eleven is less than fifteen.”

5.(6)

The numbers 3, 7, and 10 forma fact family. Write two additionfacts and two subtraction factsusing these three numbers.

10

3 7

+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

6.(10)

Is 572 an odd number or an even number?

8.(Inv. 1)

To what number is the arrrow pointing?

10 50

50– 10 4 )

_____

7.(11)

Ramsey had 12 coins in his hands. He held 5 coins in his left hand. How many coins were in Ramsey’s right hand?

altogether

left

right

12

one side

other side

in all

63

30

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9.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

716 617

10.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

562 652

11.(3)

Find the missing number:

48, , 56, 60, ...

12.(3)

Find the missing number:

24, , 16, 12, ...

13.(12)

Find the missing number:

16– a

7

14.(12)

Find the missing number:

n– 6

5

15.(2)

Find the missing number:

64

+ a17

16.(13)

$684+ $273

17.(14)

34– 21

18.(15)

31– 24

19.(1)

7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 20.(3)

How many digits are in the number 5,806,293?

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a = n =

a =

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Cumulative Test 3B

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 12 Adaptations Cumulative Test 3B

1.(1)

Two hundred people visited the museum on Monday. Forty people visited on Tuesday. One hundred people visited on Wednesday. How many people visited the museum those three days?

Monday TuesdayWednesday

in all

20040

100

7.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

912 921

6.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

one hundred thirty one hundred thirteen

4.(19)

If it is evening, 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 602 in expanded form.

2.(13)

Mr. Payne paid $485 for roof repairs to his home. He paid $220 to have a tree removed from his yard. How much money did Mr. Payne spend?

$485

8.(Inv. 2)

How long is this pencil?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8cm

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10.(20)

Round $8.75 to the nearest dollar.

$8. 7 5

12.(11)

On the first day Erin plantedfifty-one flowers. On the second day she planted some more flowers. If Erin planted seventy-six flowers in the two days, how many flowers did she plant on the second day?

in all

first day

second day

76

17.(14)

Find the missing number:

31

+ d _____ 59

15.(15)

$63– $36

19.(12)

Find the missing number:

14 + 28 + 36 + 21 + g = 100

14 + + + =

100 – =

9.(20)

Round 72 to the nearest ten.

7 2

11.(5)

Xavier is standing ninth in line. Yvette is sixteenth in the same line. How many people are between Xavier and Yvette?

6th Xavier Yvette

13.(17)

46

35

27

+ 39 ______

14.(13)

476

+ 285 _______

18.(16)

Find the missing number:

75

– f ____ 42

16.(16)

Find the missing number:

e – 36 _____ 50

20.(3)

How many dots are in this pattern? Count by fours.

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Use work area.

Use work area.Use work area. e =

d = f =

g =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 16 Adaptations Cumulative Test 4B

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

1.(25)

Corbin had fifty-three dollars. Then he spent eighteen dollars. How many dollars did Corbin have left?

had

spent

left

$53

2.(10)

All the students lined up in two equal rows. Which could not be the total number of students?

A. 48 B. 33 C. 26

3.(1)

Forty-three people sat in the front row, eighty-one people sat in the second row, and fifty-seven people sat in the third row. Altogether how many people sat in the first three rows?

4.(Inv. 2)

Each side of this square is 12 millimeters long. What is the perimeter of the square?

Perimeter Add all sides.

12 mm

5.(3)

Find the missing numbers in this counting sequence:

9, 18, , , 45, , …

6.(Inv. 2)

One yard equals how many feet?

1 yard = feet

7.(20)

Round 37 to the nearest ten.

3 7

8.(6, Inv.1)

Compare:

17 – 9 11 – 8

9.(19)

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

front

second

third

altogether

43

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11.(22)

What fraction of this rectangle is shaded?

12.(Inv. 1)

To what number is the arrow pointing?

140 160150

160– 000 )

_____

13.(23)

Which of these angles is a right angle?

A. B. C.

14.(22)

$8.62

+ $3.59 ________

15.(15)

42

– 27 _____

16.(16)

Find the missing number:

q

– 36 ____ 98

17.(13)

428

+ 196 ______

18.(14)

Find the missing number:

87

+ f _____ 154

19.(14)

768

– 314 ______

20.(17)

95211426

+ 9

10.(23)

Which street is perpendicular to Spruce?

Perpendicular looks like +.

SPRUCE

POPLARG

RA

ND

N

S

EW

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 20 Adaptations Cumulative Test 5B

1.(25)

Thirty crayons were in the box. Kadeeja took some crayons from the box. Twenty-four crayons were left in the box. How many crayons did Kadeeja take from the box?

crayons

left

Kadeeja took

30

2.(1)

Thirty-eight boys sat in the first row. Forty-four boys sat in the second row. Seventy boys sat in the third row. Altogether how many boys sat in the first three rows?

first

second

third

altogether

38

3.(11)

The baseball glove costs forty-six dollars. Sherry has saved seventeen dollars. How much more money does Sherry need in order to buy the baseball glove?

costs

has saved

needs

$46

4.(7)

Use words to write the number 907.

5.(Inv.1,

29)

Use digits and symbols to write “Five times zero equals four times zero.”

6.(Inv. 2)

Ethan sharpened his pencil. About how long is it?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7cm

7.(26)

Shade 3 _ 4 of this circle. 8.(20)

Round $12.32 to the nearest dollar.

$12. 3 2

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Use work area.

Use work area.

× ×

Use work area. Use work area.

about

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3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

11.(27)

If it is evening, what time will it be in 2 hours and 15 minutes according to this clock?

Time now:

Count forward 15 minutes.

Count forward 2 hours.

12.(27)

Change this addition problem to a multiplication problem:

7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7

13.(Inv. 2)

The door is two meters tall. How many centimeters is that?

1 m = cm

2 m = cm

14.(29)

Which product is least?

A. 4 × 5 B. 5 × 3

C. 5 × 2 D. 7 × 5

15.(14)

780– 430

16.(15)

76 – 29 ______

17.(13)

286 + 388 _______

18.(14)

Find the missing number:

22+ r

57

19.(16)

Find the missing number:87

– p44

20.(1)

4 + 3 + 6 + 5 + 2 + 3 + 7

9.(3)

Find the missing numbers in this counting sequence:

24, , , 15, 12, , ...

10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of this triangle?

6 cm 6 cm

5 cmUse work area.

×

Use work area.

Use work area. Use work area. Use work area. r =

p =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 24 Adaptations Cumulative Test 6B

1.(11)

There are three hundred fifteen pages in the book. Tomás has read sixty-four pages. How many pages are left for Tomás to read?

2.(10)

Use the digits 7, 8, and 9 once each to make an even number greater than 800.

even

3.(Inv. 3)

Draw a pattern of X’s to show the multiplication of 2 and 6.

4.(5)

Dara wrote her birth date as 5/14/99.

a. In what month was Dara born?

b. In what year was Dara born?

5.(23)

Draw two parallel lines.

6.(Inv. 3)

This rectangle is 3 units long and 2 units wide. What is the area of the rectangle?

3 cm

2 cm

7.(22)

What fraction of this rectangle is shaded?

8.(27)

Change this addition problem to a multiplication problem:

9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9

9.(20)

Round 46 to the nearest ten. Round 53 to the nearest ten. Then add the rounded numbers.

4 6

5 3 +

pages in all

read

pages left

315

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Use work area. Use work area.

b. a.

Use work area.

× Use work area.

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11.(Inv. 1)

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

0 200100

12.(Inv. 3)

a. 4 × 4 =

b. 6 × 6 =

c. 8 × 8 =

13.(31)

Sixty-seven is how much less than seventy-six?

less

76

14.(Inv. 3)

Find the square root:

√___

64 =

15.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

43 + 56 53 + 46

16.(1)

Find the missing number:

12+ w

77

17.(16)

Find the missing number:

747

– x414

18.(35)

Use words to write 2 3_4 .

19.(34)

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

846

– 598 ______

10.(10, 35)

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

4 nickels ¢

3 dimes + ¢¢ Even or odd?

, ,

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Cumulative Test 7B

Saxon Math Intermediate 4 28 Adaptations Cumulative Test 7B

1.(35)

Keisha had a dime, two quarters, and six pennies. Write this amount with a dollar sign and decimal point.

2.(11)

Guymon is 328 miles west of Tulsa. Enid is 115 miles west of Tulsa. How far is it from Enid to Guymon?

EnidGuymon TulsaN

S

EW? 115 miles

328 miles

3.(37)

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

4.(Inv. 1)

Compare:

12 + 24 + 45 9 × 9

5.

(40) One gallon of milk is how

many quarts?

1 gallon = quarts

6.(33)

Use words to write 724,868. 7.(26)

Shade 1_9 of this square.

8.(7, Inv.1)

Use digits and symbols to compare eight hundred ninety-three and five hundred ninety-two.

9.(23)

Which letter below has no right angles?

T L F W

$ 000.00 $ 000.00 $ 000.00 $ 000.00

0 1 2 3

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Use work area.

Use work area.

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11.(20)

Round 86 to the nearest ten. Round 84 to the nearest ten. Add the rounded numbers.

86

84 +

12.(Inv. 2,

21)

If the diameter of a circle is two yards, then the radius is how many feet?

2 ydr = d ÷ 2

13.(35)

What mixed number is shown by the shaded rectangles?

14.(30)

$3.15– $1.87

15.(Inv. 3)

Find the square root:

√___

81 =

16.(13)

$485$357

+ $253

17.(38)

a. 7× 3

b. 6× 8

c. 4× 8

18.(24)

Find the missing number:

e+ 243

612

19.(16)

Find the missing number:

y

– 325424

20.(2)

Find the missing number:

48612832

+ n208

10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is 5 inches long and 3 inches wide?

Use work area.

Use work area.

Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 32 Adaptations Cumulative Test 8B

1.(11)

Six hundred fifty-five tickets were sold for the first performance of a play. Altogether nine hundred ninety-three tickets were sold for two performances. How many tickets were sold for the second performance?

2.(41)

Benjamin paid $5.00 for an item that cost $4.73. How much money should Benjamin get back?

$5.00 paid

+ $ . cost

money back

3.(42)

Round 424 to the nearest hundred.

4 2 4

4.(35)

Shade the rectangles to show the mixed number 2 1 _ 6 .

5.(Inv. 4)

Use words to write 12.4.

6.(27)

It is night. What time was it 2 hours 30 minutes ago according to this clock?

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

Time now:

Count back 2 hours.

Count back 30 minutes.

7.(39, 45)

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

A B

21inch

8.(37)

To what mixed number is the arrow pointing?

altogether

first

second

993

6 7

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10.(24)

Find the missing number:

n– 364

942

11.(16)

Find the missing number:

778– s

547

9.(31)

There were three hundred thirty-five books in the first shipment. There were eight hundred twenty-eight books in the second shipment. How many fewer books were in the first shipment?

second

first

fewer

823

12.(41)

6n = 54 ) _______

13.(41)

$6.09– $2.56

14.(42)

60× 3

15.(44)

52× 4

16.(45)

72 + (8 × 6)

17.(45)

7 × (3 + 5) 18.(43)

$7.29 + 43¢ + $7

19.(43)

0.75– 0.50

20.(Inv. 3)

+ =

× =

+ =

√___

49 + √___

16

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

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n = s =

n = Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 36 Adaptations Cumulative Test 9B

1.(1)

Four hundred thirty-nine students are in one school. Seven hundred thirty-eight students are in another school. What is the total number of students in the two schools?

one school

another school

total

2.(31)

Merle traveled six hundred twenty-three miles. Hannah traveled eight hundred one miles. Hannah traveled how many more miles than Merle?

Hannah

Merle

more

3.(Inv. 2,

21)

If the radius of a circle is one yard, then its diameter is .

1 ydd = 2r

A. 6 feet B. 2 feet

C. 1 __ 2 yard D. 1 1 __

2 feet

4.(50)

Which digit in 12.3 is in the tenths place?

5.(10)

Use the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4 once each to write an odd number between 3300 and 3600.

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.

4 ft

5 ft

7 ft

5 ft

5 ft

9 ft

8.(49)

The league has 6 teams with 9 players on each team. How many players does the league have altogether?

odd

teams

people per team

altogether

6

9

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10B

9.(42)

Round 563 to the nearest hundred.

5 6 3

10.(51)

74,212+ 91,060

11.(30)

$6.50– $2.93

12.(24)

Find the missing number:

n+ 267

912

13.(24)

Find the missing number:

z– 536

143

14.(44)

51× 7

15.(48)

64× 9

16.(50)

4.36– 2.4

Fill empty places with zero.

17.(50)

4.3+ 2.64

Fill empty places with zero. 18.(43)

$3.46 + $2 + 43¢ + 9¢

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

$ .

20.(46)

a. 7 )_____ 2 8 =

b. 32 ÷ 4 =

c. 56___8 =

19.(Inv. 1,

45)

Compare:

(2 × 3) + 4 2 × (3 + 4)

Use work area. Use work area.

n =

z =

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Cumulative Test 10B

1.(52, 54)

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

List the factors of 15.

1, , , 15

3.(52)

Thirty books were put into three equal stacks. How many books were in each stack?

) _____

3 0

4.(Inv. 5)

Shade 25% of this circle.

6.(55)

Find the eighth multiple of 4. Then subtract 12. What is the answer?

7.(Inv. 5)

Compare:

1 __ 4 50%

% %

8.(45)

Segment DE is 4 cm long. Segment DF is 8 cm long. How long is segment EF?

FE ?D 4 cm

8 cm

10.(54)

Round 5280 to the nearest thousand.

5 2 80

9.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of this rectangle?

25 mm

14 mm

4, 8, , , , , ,

– 128th multiple of 4

5.(52, 54)

Thirty years equals how many decades?

10 years = decade

30 years = decades

) _______

daysweeks

7 __ 1 = __

?

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11.(41)

$12.00– $ 7.83

12.(51)

73,129+ 8,293

13.(52)

46,218– 17,649

15.(50)

3.4 7 2.6 + 12.4 .

16.(Inv. 3,

45)

√___

25 + (20 ÷ 4)

17.(53)

R6 )

_____ 4 9

18.(30)

208– 69

19.(16)

Find the missing number:

n– 351

600

20.(24)

Find the missing number:

z+ 853

1172

14.(48)

79× 7

+ =

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n =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 44 Adaptations Cumulative Test 11B

1.(31)

One thousand, two hundred eighty-two is how much greater than two hundred nineteen?

1284–

2.(49)

How many people could ride in thirty-five carts if seven people could ride in each cart?

carts

people per cart

total people

35

3.(60)

Dora rode her bike 5 miles to her grandmother’s house. The ride took 30 minutes. On average, how many minutes did it take Dora to ride each mile?

4.(60)

The Gilbreth family drank 48 quarts of milk in 6 days. On average, how many quarts of milk did the Gilbreths drink each day?

) _____

4 8

5.(57)

Andreas drove for 8 hours at an average speed of 45 miles per hour. How far did Andreas drive?

6.(22)

What fraction of this rectangle is shaded?

7.(54)

Ten decades is the same as how many centuries?Ten decades is 100 years.

8.(56)

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

) _______

miles per hour

hours

total miles

45

8

2 __ 3 1 __

2

5 __ = 1 __ ? miles

minutes

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10.(45)

Which segment in this circle is a diameter?

M

W

Y

X

11.(55)

Find the seventh multiple of seven. Then subtract 19. What is the answer?

13.(52)

56,369 – 48,281 ________

15.(45)

1000 – (12 × 8)

1000–

12× 8

14.(45, 50)

6.48 – (1.6 + 2.44)

16.(58)

760 × 5 ______

19.(53)

6 ) _____

5 9

20.(41)

Find the missing factor:

9r = 63

9.(42, 59)

Estimate the sum of 608 and 237 by rounding each number to the nearest hundred before adding.

+ 608

237

12.(22)

$71.43

+ $16.77 _________

7, , , , , ,

– 197th multiple of 7

1.6 + 2.44

6.48 –

17.(58)

377 × 3 _______

18.(Inv. 3,

46)

√___

64 ÷ 4

R

÷ =

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1.(Inv. 2)

Carole took 6 big steps to measure the width of the room. If each step was one yard, then the width of the room was how many feet?

1 yard = 3 feet

2.(52)

Every third bead on Mary’s necklace is red. There are one hundred fifty-three beads in all. How many beads are red?

) _______

1 3 5

3.(61)

Three fifths of the students finished the assignment in class. What fraction of the students did not finish the assignment in class?

4.(Inv. 5)

Compare:

50% of 12 2 × 6

5.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of this square?

11 mm

6.(59)

Estimate the product of 64 and 8.

Round to the nearest ten.

× 8

64

7.(57)

Chris’ car could go 28 miles on one gallon of gas. How far could Chris’ car go on seven gallons of gas?

miles per gallon

gallons

total miles

28

7

9.(Inv. 2)

If each side of the polygon is 12 inches, then what is its perimeter?

8.(63)

Name the polygon.

Count the sides.

12 inches

1 __ = 6 __ ? steps

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11.(Inv. 5)

If 27% of the students were boys, then what percent of the students were girls?

total

boys

girls

100%

27%

%

12.(51)

37,394+ 117,087

13.(50)

$13 – 15¢

$13.00– $0000.56

14.(62)

5 × 8 × 4

15.(62)

62 + 82 16.(58)

374× 6

18.(45, 47)

32 ÷ (20 ÷ 5)17.(65)

8 ) _______

3 6 8

19.(50)

20.(41, 64)

Find the missing factor:

5n = 70

10.(56)

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

7.4 3.8 4 + 12.5

÷ =

+ =

1 __ 4 2 __

5

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Saxon Math Intermediate 4 52 Adaptations Cumulative Test 13B

1.(Inv. 5)

Farmer McGregor had 84 heads of cabbage in his garden. Peter picked one third of the cabbage. How many heads of cabbage did Peter pick?

1 _ 3 of 84 ) ________

2.(Inv. 5)

Thirty-five percent of the lights in the house were on. What percent of the lights were off?

total

on

off

100%

35%

%

3.(49)

Each bagel contains an average of seven raisins. How many raisins are in 105 bagels?

) _______

1 0 5

4.(42, 59)

Estimate the sum of 7362 and 8824 by rounding each number to the nearest thousand before adding.

7 3 62 8 8 24

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

5.(35)

What is the value of 8 pennies, 4 dimes, 3 quarters, and 3 nickels? Write the answer using a dollar sign and decimal point.

8 pennies

4 dimes

3 quarters

3 nickels

$ .

$ .

$ .

+ $ .

$ .

6.(70)

One fourth of the students rode to school on the bus. There were 60 students in all. How many students rode the bus to school?

1 _ 4 of 60 ) ________

7.(Inv. 1)

What number is indicated on the number line below?

–5 0 5

8.(63)

Katana has a hexagon and a quadrilateral. What is the total number of sides on the two polygons?

hexagonquadrilateral

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

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10.(Inv. 2)

What is the perimeter of the rectangle?

5 cm

3 cm

11.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of the rectangle?

5 cm

3 cm

12.(22)

$276.54

+ $336.50 __________

13.(41)

$30.00– $29.59

14.(58)

$2.16

× 6 ________

15.(67)

24× 20

16.(Inv 3,

62)

42 – √__

4 17.(68)

short division

279 ÷ 4

18.(62)

Associative Property of Multiplication

9 × 7 × 4

19.(50)

6.27– 4.3

20.(41, 64)

Find the missing factor:

7n = 98

– =

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)

Shannon has six days to read a 300-page book. If she wants to read the same number of pages each day, how many pages should Shannon read each day?

Find the average.

2.(61)

When Shannon has read three fifths of the book, what fraction will she still have left to read?

Eighty students voted for their favorite foods. Thirty-two voted for pizza. Hot dogs received eight fewer votes than pizza. The remaining students voted for hamburgers.

3.(72)

How many students chose hot dogs as their favorite food?

4.(72)

How many students chose hamburgers as their favorite food?

5.(72)

Which food received the most votes?

6.(49)

How many days equal 8 weeks?

weeks

days per week

total days

8

7.(74)

In the word HIPPOPOTAMI, what fraction of the letters are Os?

H I P P O P O T A M I

8.(Inv. 2)

Mary ran a 5-kilometer race. Five kilometers is how many meters?

1000 meters = 1 kilometer

meterskilometers ? __

5 = 0 __

1

9.(70)

Takeshi entered a 10-kilometer race but walked one fifth of the distance. How many kilometers did Takeshi walk?

) _______

) _______

10 km

1 __ 5

walked { km

km

km

km

km

1 _ 5 of 10 km

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10.(Inv. 2,

69)

What is the perimeter of this triangle?

18 mm 25 mm

30 mm

11.(45)

The length of ____

AB is 42 mm. The length of

____ AC is 74 mm.

What is the length of ____

BC? A B C

74 mm

42 mm

13.(52)

44,317– 672

14.(50)

3.4 2.76 0.23

+ 2.5

16.(68)

short division

4 ) _______

1 9 7

17.(71)

short division

6 ) _______

5 4 5

18.(41)

4w = 240 20.(Inv. 3,

62)

Compare:

3 × 42 √___

64 × √___

36

12.(45, 50)

$34 – ($18.61 + 93¢)

$18.61– $ 0.93

$34.00– $ 0.93

15.(58)

$3.87× 3

19.(24)

374

215

+ n ______ 958

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1.(75)

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

A. north B. south C. east D. west

2.(57)

Nectarines cost 57¢ per pound. What is the price for 4 pounds of nectarines?

per pound

pounds

total cost

$0.57

× 4

3.(72)

In bowling, the sum of Amber’s score and Beth’s score was equal to Consuela’s score. If Consuela’s score was 111 and Beth’s score was 48, what was Amber’s score?

Consuela

Beth

Amber

111

48

4.(70)

One third of the 78 students were assigned to each room. How many students were assigned to each room?

1 _ 3 of 78 ) _______

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 ALABAMA are not an A?

A L A B A M A

7.(77)

The whale weighs 3 tons. How many pounds is 3 tons?

8.(77)

Which is the more reasonable measure of weight for a box of cereal? Circle your answer.

300 g

300 kg

9.(78)

Which triangle appears to be an equilateral triangle?

A. B.

C. D. 1 _____ 2000

= 0 __ ? tons

pounds

N

S

EW

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11.(59)

Estimate the sum of 396 and 512.

396512

,3094,3094+ 7,0087

12.(52)

Michelle could load 105 packages in 3 hours. How many packages could Michelle load in 1 hour?

Find the average.

) _______

1 0 5

13.(45)

5963 – (409 × 6)

409× 6

5963–

14.(58)

$9.23× 6

16.(80)

short division

8 ) _________

6 4 6 4

15.(50)

46.8 + 5.42

17.(76)

short division

1234 ÷ 5

18.(41)

3b = 201

20.(40)

Use a symbol to compare the number of cups in 1 pint to the number of cups in 1 quart.

19.(24)

24731286

+ n4000

10.(31, 34)

Fifty-two thousand, eight hundred thirty-four dollars is how much greater than forty-five thousand, nine hundred eighty-six dollars?

$52,834– $45,986

cups in 1 pint

cups in 1 quart

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Cumulative Test 16B

1.(27)

It takes Jennifer 20 minutes to walk to school. At what time should Jennifer start walking to school if she wants to arrive at 8:05 a.m.?

Arrival time:

Count minutes back:

2.(57)

Jennifer can walk one mile in 15 minutes. At that rate how far can she walk in an hour?

miles minutes

1 __ 0 = ? ___

60

3.(83)

Vinh bought 4 hamburgers for $1.89 each. The sales tax was 53¢.

a. What was the total price?

$1.89 each× 4 burgers before tax

before tax+ $ 0.53 tax

total cost

b. Vinh paid with a $10 bill. How much change should he have gotten back?

$10.00 paid– $20.00 total cost change back

4.(Inv. 6)

How many students have dogs or cats as pets?

Use the information given 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)

Tom bought a rectangular piece of land that was 3 miles long and 2 miles wide. Half of the land could be farmed. How many square miles could not be farmed?

3 miles

2 miles

6.(81)

Which angle appears to be a 45° angle?

A. B.

C. D.

7.(42, 59)

Round five thousand, five hundred fifty-five to the nearest thousand.

5555

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Write 625 ____ 1000 as a decimal number.

11.(84)

Write 0.123 as a fraction. 12.(22)

$47.36+ $ 9.86

13.(43)

31.428+ 17.680

14.(58)

487× 7

15.(85)

100 × 27 =

9.(70)

One third of the 18 flowers are roses. How many flowers are roses?

1_3 of 18 )

____21

1__3 roses

18 flowers

flowers

flowers

flowers

16.(76)

short division

7 ) __________

$6 . 3 7

17.(45)

2100 ÷ (12 ÷ 4)

4 ) _____

1 2 ) _________

2 1 0 0

18.(41)

7c = 420

19.(2)

614n

1725

+ 110200

20.(67)

230× 50

8.(77)

The airplane weighs twenty tons. Twenty tons is how many pounds?

tons pounds

1_____2000

= 1__?

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1.(35)

Three quarters, 6 dimes, 3 nickels, and 9 pennies is how much money?

$ . $ . $ . $ . $ .

2.(88)

Nia put 50 math books as evenly as possible in 7 stacks.

a. How many stacks had exactly 7 books?

b. How many stacks had 8 books?

3.(83)

Martin paid one dollar for a folder and received 43¢ back in change. How much did the folder cost?

$1.00 paid change back cost

4.(49)

Frank wrote each of his twelve spelling words ten times. In all how many words did Frank write?

12 words times written total words

5.(59)

Round 6348 to the nearest thousand. Round 1863 to the nearest thousand. Find the sum of the two rounded numbers.

6348 1863

6.(23)

Which two sides of this pentagon appear to be parallel?

A

B

C

E

D

Remember to write the segment symbols.

7.(79)

Draw the line of symmetry.

A

B

C

E

D

8.(Inv. 2)

A square with a perimeter of 60 cm has sides that are how many centimeters long?

Perimeter = 60 cm

Each side = cm

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Shade the circles to show that 1 1 _ 2 equals 3 _ 2 .

=

9.(45)

Segment AB is 19 mm long. Segment BC is 17 mm long. Segment AD is 64 mm long. How long is segment CD?

A CB D?17 mm19 mm

64 mm

11.(22)

$168.75+ $194.75

12.(52)

29,268– 9,819

13.(85)

$5.090× 10

14.(90)

3 6× 4 2

+00000X

15.(80)

short division

4 ) _____________

$5 0 . 4 0

16.(Inv. 3,

62)

62 – √___

36

– =

17.(50)

3.375 + 1.45

18.(86)

800 × 30 =

19.(24)

n+ 977

4381

20.(2)

557

185

+ n59

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1.(94)

Fran is four years older than Eloise. Eloise is twice as old as Hector. If Hector is 5 years old, how old is Fran?

Hector 5 years

Eloise (2 × Hector)

Fran (Eloise + 4)

2.(92)

Draw a trapezoid.

3.(94)

It will cost $1.83 to mail the package. Maura put three 39-cent stamps on the package. How much more postage does the package need?

$0.39× 3

$1.83– 10

4.(88)

Thirty-three desks were arranged in 6 rows as evenly as possible.

a. How many rows had exactly 5 desks?

b. How many rows had 6 desks?

5.(Inv. 5)

Shade 75% of the circle.

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 14.375 is in the hundredths place?

8.(93)

Estimate the product of 37 and 51. Then find the exact product.

estimate

37

51

exact3 7

× 5 1

+00000X

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Beth bought a meter of ribbon and used about one fourth of it to make a bow. About how many millimeters of ribbon did Beth use to make the bow?

1 meter = millimeters

1

_ 4 for bow

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

millimeters

10.(Inv. 3)

What is the area of this rectangle?

80 ft

50 ft

11.(95)

There are 24 students in the class. Two thirds of them are reading books. How many students are reading books?

is of

2 __ 3 = ? ___

24

12.(60)

Cedric drove 364 miles in 7 hours. If Cedric drove at a steady speed, how far did he drive in one hour?

Find the average.

) _______

3 6 4

13.(Inv. 4)

Write 67 ___ 100 as a decimal number.

15.(86)

30× 700

14.(91)

3.47– 0.34

16.(58)

$8.16× 9

17.(90)

2 7× 2 4

+00000X

20.(2)

Find the missing addend:

2 + 5 + 6 + 9 + n + 5 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 49

18.(80)

short division

8 ) _________

1 0 0 0

19.(76)

short division

732 ____ 4

.

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1.(96)

Five people were eating orange slices. Carol ate 3, April ate 6, Mai ate 7, Patrick ate 7, and Santiago ate 2. What was the average number of orange slices eaten by each person?

Find the average.

3677

+ 2

) _____

000

2.(Inv. 4)

Write 8 3 __ 10 in decimal form.

3.(91)

Which digit in 96.72 is in the same place as the 3 in 4.32?

96.72 4.32

4.(95)

Two fifths of the 60 marchers were out of step. How many marchers were out of step?

is of

2 __ 5 = ? ___

60

5.(Inv. 3,

45)

Compare:

(52 + 15) ÷ √___

64 3 + √__

4

6.(91)

42.5 − 3.14

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 9.31 using words.

9.(93)

Estimate the product of 77 and 33.

77 33

10.(57)

Apples are priced at 39¢ per pound. What is the cost of 5 pounds of apples?

$0.39 per pound 5 pounds cost

.

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Find the perimeter and area of this rectangle.

6 in.

4 in.

12.(34, 51)

Find the sum of three hundred sixty-three thousand, four hundred fifty-two and eight thousand, seven hundred forty-nine.

363,452+ 16,233

13.(94)

James has twice as many cookies as Josefina. Josefina has 4 fewer cookies than Jamal. If Jamal has 7 cookies, how many cookies does James have?

Jamal 7 cookies

Josefina (Jamal – 4)

James (Josefina × 2)

14.(89)

Show that 2 equals 8 _ 4 .

=

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

90, 80, 75, 80, 90, 95, 100

18.(86)

80 × 80 =

20.(76)

short division

4 )____________ $5 0 . 0 0

17.(98)

Which word names this shape?

A. cone B. cylinder C. sphere

19.(90)

6 4× 4 8

+00000X

a can

SODAS0.45¢

area

b.

perimeter

a.

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

How Darby Spent His Day

School6 hr

Sleeping8 hr

Playing3 hr

TV 1 hr

Homework3 hr

Oth

er 2

hr

Eat

ing

1 hr

How Darby Spent His Day

School6 hr

Sleeping8 hr

Playing3 hr

TV 1 hr

Homework3 hr

Oth

er 2

hr

Eat

ing

1 hr1.

(Inv. 6) What is the total number of hours

shown in the graph?

2.(Inv. 6)

What fraction of Darby's day was spent watching TV?

TV _____ total

= 222 ____ 444

3.(Inv. 6)

If Darby starts school at 7:30 a.m., what time does school end?

Start time:

Count hours forward.

4.(Inv. 6)

How many hours did Darby spend playing and watching TV?

playing

TV

total hours

5.(57)

How many total cans of cat food are eaten each day?

cans cats

1 __ 2 = ? ___

44

Samantha has 8 cats. Each cat eats 1 _ 2 can of food each day. Cat food costs 63¢ per can.

6.(57)

How much does Samantha spend on cat food per day?

costcans

63¢ ____ 1 = ? ___

23

7.(Inv. 2)

If the perimeter of a square is 116 inches, how long is each side of the square?

Perimeter = 116 inches

Each side = inches

8.(104)

Change the improper fraction 7 _ 3 to a mixed number.

7 __ 3 = 22 ___

22

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What fraction name for 1 is shown by this rectangle?

1 = 22 ___ 22

10.(83)

Martin bought two toy trucks for $8.60 each. The sales tax was $1.27. He paid the clerk with a twenty-dollar bill. How much change should Martin get back?

$8.60× 2

+ $1.27 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 big truck traveled 140 miles in 4 hours.

a. The truck's average rate was how many miles per hour?

miles per hour)_______ 1 4 0

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

miles per hour

10 hours

total miles

13.(41)

$45.00– $19.63

14.(58)

$4.57× 9

15.(86)

40 × 40 = 16.(90)

8 9× 7 3

+00000X

17.(105)

long division

0 R10 )

______ 5 9 5

18.(62, 80)

short division

960 ÷ 23

20.(16)

574– n

254

19.(45, 91)

4.2 – (3.2 + 0.63)

3.27+ 0.63

4.27– 0.27

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1.(101)

How much does it cost to ship a 6-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 $1.75 $1.93

4 pounds 1 ounce to 7 pounds

$1.91 $2.15

7 pounds 1 ounce or more

$2.07 $2.38

Shipping Charges

2.(101)

How much more does it cost to ship a 12-pound package to Zone 2 than to Zone 1?

Zone 2

Zone 1

more

3.(95)

Two sevenths of the 70 tadpoles already had back legs. How many tadpoles had back legs?

is of

2 __ 7 = ? ___

70

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

1 __ 4

× 2__2

= 22___22

1__4

× 3__3

= 22___22

1__4

× 4__4

= 22___22

6.(Inv. 4)

Use words to write 463.2.

7.(59)

Estimate the product of 288 and 79.

288 79

8.(104)

Change the improper fraction 8 _ 5 to a mixed number.

8 __ 5 = 22 ___

22

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9.(49)

Willis found that 16 marbles would fill each pouch. There were 11 pouches. How many marbles did Willis need to fill all the pouches?

16 marbles per pouch

11 pouches

total marbles

10.(72)

Brandon paid $4.80 for 6 golf balls. How much would 24 golf balls cost?

) __________

$4 . 8 0 × 24

11.(41)

$20.00– $19.85

12.(50)

6.6814.32

+ 9.24

13.(91)

12.70– 13.46

14.(Inv. 3,

62)

23 + √___

64

+ =

15.(67)

29× 80

16.(65)

short division

474____6

17.(105)

long division

436 ÷ 10

18.(110)

long division

0 0 R60 )

_______1 8 9

20.(Inv. 10)

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

19.(106)

What is the value of bh when b is 8 and h is 6?

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1.(43, 94)

Tickets for the zoo cost $7.50 for adults and $3.50 for children. Gary bought tickets for two adults and three children. Altogether, how much did the tickets cost?

$7.50× 2

$3.50+$1.27

3

adultschildrentotal

2.(111)

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

3.(Inv. 5)

Two dimes equal what percent of a dollar?

Two dimes are 1 _ 5 of $1.00. What percent is that?

4.(Inv.3,

70)

This rectangle is 4 cm long and 3 cm wide. Half the rectangle is shaded. What is the area of the shaded part of the rectangle?

4 cm

3 cm

5.(115)

Complete the equivalent fraction:

2 __ 3 = ? ___

12

6.(103)

What fraction name for 1 has a denominator of 6?

1 = 77___777.

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

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8.(57)

The champion bike rider could ride 56 miles in 2 hours. At the same average speed, how far could she ride in 6 hours?

) _____

5 6 ×× 6

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9.(83)

The bikers bought 10 tubes for $3.30 each and 5 air cartridges for $1.79 each. Sales tax was $2.85. They paid for the items with a $50 bill. How much change should they have received?

$3.30 per tube 10 tubes total for tubes

$1.79 per cartridge 5 cartridges total for cartridges

total for tubes total for cartridges+ tax total cost

$50.00 paid– total cost change

11.(50)

26.316.83

+ 12.90

10.(88)

Forty nine people stood in line. Four of them could ride in each car. If there were only nine cars, how many people did not get a ride?

9 cars× 4 each

49– 6

did not ride

12.(91)

134.55– 23.90

13.(107)

1 __ 7 + 1 __

7 = 22 ___

22 14.

(107) 8 __

9 – 6 __

9 = 22 ___

22

15.(114)

1 2 __ 3

+ 1 1 __ 3

17.(80)

short division

$48.36 ÷ 4

16.(113)

$1.25 × 24

18.(65)

short division

672____8

19.(110)

long division

0 R40 )

_______ 6 4 0

20.(112)

Reduce:

a. 3___12

= 22___22

b. 2__8

= 22___22

c. 7___21

= 22___22

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