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1.(1)

Write the next three terms in this counting sequence:

7, 14, 21, 28, , , , ...

Subtract to find the rule.

2.(1)

Write the next three terms in this counting sequence:

24, 32, 40, 48 , , , ...

3.(1)

Write the next three terms in this counting sequence:

36, 32, 28, 24 , , , ...

4.(1)

What is the last digit of 85,236?

5.(2)

If a whole number is not odd, then it is what?

6.(2)

Which of these numbers is odd?

A. 6789 B. 9876 C. 7968

7.(2)

Which of these numbers is even?

A. 5647 B. 4576 C. 6745

8.(2)

In the basket there is one more orange than there are pears. Which of the following could not be the total number of oranges and pears in the basket?

A. 44 B. 43 C. 45

9.(3)

Use digits to write the number for “8 hundreds plus 2 tens plus 3 ones.”

10.(3)

Which digit in 719 shows the number of tens?

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11.(3)

How much is 2 hundreds plus 9 tens?

12.(3)

What number equals 10 tens?

13.(4)

Write this comparison using digits and a comparison symbol.

Forty is greater than fourteen.

14.(4)

Write this comparison using digits and a comparison symbol.

Seventeen is less than twenty.

15.(4)

Compare:

321 199

16.(4)

Compare:

53 45

17.(5)

Use words to name $319.45. 18.(5)

Use words to name 409.

19.(5)

Use digits to write six hundred thirteen dollars and eighty cents.

20.(5)

Use digits to write seven hundred ninety-six.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 2 Adaptations Cumulative Test 1A

1.(11)

In Mako’s pasture there are seventeen horses and eighteen buffalo. Altogether, how many horses and buffalo are in his pasture?

2.(2)

Celeste worked in her garden for 40 minutes. She spent half the time working in the rose bed. How many minutes did Celeste spend working in the rose bed?

1 _ 2 of 40

) ____

3.(8)

For the fact family 3, 4, and 7,write two addition facts andtwo subtraction facts

7

3 4

+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

4.(7)

Use digits to write two hundred eleven thousand, five hundred six.

5.(2)

Use the three digits 3, 4, and 5 once each to make an odd number greater than 500.

odd

6.(10)

Find the missing addend. 13 + r = 21

7.(10)

Find the missing addend.c + 24 = 51

8.(3)

Which digit in 43,987 shows the number of hundreds?

9.(4, 8)

Compare:

37 – 7 38 – 8

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Use work area.

,

r = c =

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11.(7)

Nadine is third in line. Roland is eighth in the same line. How many people are between them?

1st Nadine Roland

16.(9)

$207– $ 80

17.(6)

$ 52$208

+ $ 7

18.(1)

Write the next term in this counting sequence:

6, 12, 18, _____, …

19.(1)

Write the next term in this counting sequence:

25, 30, 35, _____, …

20.(1)

Write the next term in this counting sequence:

64, 56, 48, _____, …

10.(8)

Think of two odd numbers. Subtract the smaller from the larger. Is the difference odd or even?

odd

odd

even or odd?

–

12.(6)

381

46

+ 173 _______

14.(9)

700– 328

13.(9)

716

– 208 ______

15.(6)

5

9

5

3

+ 1 ____

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2.(15)

What is the product of 4 and 7?

4 × 7 =

3.(12)

Draw a number line marked with the integers from – 6 to 6.

0

4.(12)

Which figure shows a segment?

A.

B.

C.

5.(14)

Find the missing number: bottom missing Subtract.

10– s

3

6.(11)

There are 24 minnows and 11guppies in the fish tank. Altogether, how many minnows and guppiesare in the fish tank?

8.(12)

Use tally marks to show the number thirteen.

7.(11)

Beth ate 17 strawberries before noon. If she ate 32 strawberries all day, how many strawberries did Beth eat after noon?

17+ n

32

1.(8)

Write two addition facts andtwo subtraction facts for thefact family 9, 8, and 17.

9 8

17+0000

–00000

+0000

–00000

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s =

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9.(15)

Which number sentence illustrates the Identity Property of Multiplication?

A. 5 × 2 = 2 × 5

B. 5 × 0 = 0

C. 5 × 1 = 5

10.(13)

Change this addition problem to a multiplication problem:

8 + 8 + 8 + 8

11.(9)

316– 48

12.(13)

$2.91

$4.69

+ $8.03 ________

13.(6)

742

27

+ 840 _______

14.(13)

$6.28

– $4.56 ________

15.(9)

800

– 335 ______

16.(7)

Which digit is in the ten-thousands place in 406,291?

17.(7)

Use digits to write the number six hundred eleven thousand, two hundred four.

18.(15)

How much is 3 nines?

19.(7)

Compare:

2442 2424

20.(1)

What is the seventh term in this counting sequence?

6, 12, 18, 24, …

,

× =

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 10 Adaptations Cumulative Test 3A

1.(11)

Daniel cleaned 2 sofas. In one he found 125 coins. In the other he found 226 coins. How many coins did Daniel find in both sofas combined?

6.(12)

Compare:

–5 5

7.(13)

Compare:

4.(16)

There are 471 workers on the cruise ship. If 227 workers are women, how many are men?

workers

women

men

–

5.(12)

Use tally marks to show the number nine.

3.(6)

What is the sum of three hundred fifty and four hundred sixty-seven?

350 467

2.(17)

There are six troupes with 7 dancers in each troupe. How many dancers are there in all? Find the answer once by adding and then again by multiplying.

Add:

+ + + + + =

Multiply:

dancers in each troupe

troupes

total dancers×

8.(12)

Which of these lines is vertical?

A.

B.

C.

7 + 7 + 7 + 7 7 × 5

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9.(2, 15)

Think of two even numbers. Multiply them. Is the product odd or even?

even

even

odd or even?

×

11.(17)

Carry on your fingers.

$2.92

× 3 ________

10.(17)

$21

× 7 ______

12.(9)

5492

– 4817 ________

13.(13)

$40.00

– $11.92 _________

15.(20)

7 ) _____

3 5

14.(18)

9 × 2 × 4

17.(20) 36 ___

6 18.

(18) Find the missing number.

Missing factor Divide.

10× n

40

16.(20)

18 ÷ 2

19.(14)

Find the missing number. Top missing Subtract.

m– 28

54

20.(10)

Find the missing number.

312+ e

538

n =

m = e =

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2.(21)

Sylvester lined up the 42 cans in 6 equal rows. How many cans were in each row?

Missing factor Divide.

n× 6

42

In Mr. Hardin’s class, one tenth of the 20 students play football. One fourth of the students play baseball, and one half of the students play soccer.

6.(6)

What is the sum of eight hundred fourteen and four hundred eight?

7.(21)

On the shelf there are 3 rows of mugs. If each row has 8 mugs in it, how many mugs are there?Missing factor Divide.

mugs in each row

rows

total mugs

×

3.(Inv. 2)

How many students play soccer?

1 _ 2 of 20

) _______

4.(Inv. 2)

How many students play baseball?

1 _ 4 of 20

) _______

1.(25)

List the factors of 16.

1 16, , , ,

5.(19)

Write two multiplication factsand two division facts for thefact family 3, 7, and 21

21

3 7

×0000

) _______

×0000

) _______

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11.(13)

$6.00– $3.28

12.(24)

16 ÷ (8 ÷ 2)

16 ÷

13.(22)

8 ) _____

5 8

16.(18)

8 × 7 × 10 18.(16)

3621405

+ 1037

20.(24)

Which number sentence below illustrates the Associative Property of Multiplication?

A. 3 × 4 = 4 × 3

B. 3 × 1 = 3

C. 3 × (4 × 5) = (3 × 4) × 5

10.(13)

$7.00 $3.50 + $0.75

14.(20) 54 ___

9 15.

(17)Carry on your fingers.

$5.13× 9

17.(17)

Carry on your fingers.

908× 3

19.(9)

2000– 321

8.(24)

Compare:

(4 × 3) + 2 ○ 4 × (3 + 2)

9.(23)

Which fraction is not equal to 1_2 ?

A. 2__4

B. 5___10

C. 7___15

D. 50____100

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1.(28)

Six centuries is how many years? Multiply the loop.

2.(13)

Coletta bought four fruit bars for $1.05 each and 2 drinks for $0.90 each. How much did she spendin all?

$1.05× 4

$0.90× 2 +

3.(17)

What is the product of seventeenand six?factor × factor = product

4.(21)

Xavier, Camille, Tori, and Rosalina equally shared 32 ounces of fruit juice. How many ounces of fruit juice did each person drink?

) _____

3 2

5.(2)

What is the largest three-digiteven number that uses the digits3, 4, and 5?

even

6.(2)

Think of an even number. Multiply it by 3. Is the product odd or even?

even

odd or even?

× 3

7.(7)

If Giancarlo is sixth in line, how many people are in front of him?

1st Giancarlo

8.(27)

What temperature is shown on this thermometer?

10

0

−10

F

1 __ = 6 __ ? centuries

years

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11.(13)

$40.00– $ 8.21

12.(6)

26

61

8

67

+ 13 ______

13.(26)

482 ÷ 5 14.(26)

300 ____ 6

15.(26)

9 ) _________

$4 . 5 9

16.(29)

87 × 20

17.(24)

7 × (3 + 9)

7 × =

18.(17)

Carry on your fingers.

$4.92× 4

19.(23) 1 __

2 3 __

8 20.

(28) If it is evening, what time is

shown by this clock?

9.(25)

List the factors of 24.

, , , , , , ,

10.(9)

2694– 1086

1 24

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 22 Adaptations Cumulative Test 6A

1.(31)

Draw a pair of parallel lines thatare oblique.

2.(28)

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

3.(35)

How many years were there from 1864 to 1895?

later

earlier

difference

–

4.(25)

List the factors of 15.

, , ,

5.(21)

The Albans drink 12 gallons of milk each week. Four quarts equals one gallon. How many quarts of milk do the Albans drink each week?

6.(33)

Round 57 to the nearest ten.

5 7

7.(33)

Round 804 to the nearest hundred.

8 0 4

8.(24)

Compare:

15 – (10 + 5) ○ (15 – 10) + 5

9.(30)

What fraction of the squareis shaded?

10.(30)

What percent of the square in problem 9 is shaded?

1 15

3

121110

98

7 6 54

21

quartsgallons

4 __ 1 = ? __

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11.(31)

Which of these angles is an obtuse angle?

A.

B.

C.

12.(27)

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

Find the pattern.

Try twos.

Try fives.

Try tens.

20 60

13.(13)

$ 4.82$13.00

+ $ 0.64

14.(13)

$20.00– $13.80

15.(18)

7 × 13 × 30 Offset.

16.(29)

$2.75× 20

17.(34)

7 ) __________

4 9 2 8

18.(26)

291 ÷ 4

19.(34) 2000 _____

8

20.(32) Which figure is not a polygon?

A. B.

C. D.

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1.(35)

There are 13 more orchids than azaleas. If there are 26 azaleas, how many orchids are there?

azaleas

more

orchids

26+

2.(38)

To what mixed number is the arrow pointing?

5 76

3.(32)

Which of these figures is a pentagon?

A. B.

C. D.

4.(36)

Draw an isosceles triangle.

5.(39)

Compare these fractions. Shadethe two congruent circles to showthe comparison.

1 __ 4 1 __

3

7.(27)

What temperature is shown on this thermometer?

80

70

60

F

8.(11)

When Arthur finished page 98 of a 230-page book, he still had how many pages to read?

total

read

left

230–

9.(30)

What fraction of this group of circles is shaded?

6.(33)

Round 758 to the nearest hundred.

7 5 8 Use work area. Use work area.

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11.(9)

4803– 2166

12.(29)

621× 200

15.(26) 546 ____

6

18.(24)

200 – (100 – 50)

Parentheses first.

19.(32)

Which two triangles below are congruent?

A. B.

C. D.

20.(28)

According to this calendar, what is the date of the third Thursday in March 2045?

SFTWTMS4321

1110987651817161514131225242322212019

27 28 29 30 3126

March 2045

10.(13)

$802 + $0.92 + $4.79

$802.00 . + .

13.(18)

5 × 14 × 8 16.(34)

242 ÷ 3

17.(13)

$90 – $46.55

$90.00– .

14.(34)

7 ) _________

$7 . 6 3 $ .

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 30 Adaptations Cumulative Test 8A

In 2 6 12

Out 1 3 6

What does the function do to each “in” number?

A. It subtracts 9.

B. It divides by 2.

C. It divides by 4.

D. It multiplies by 2.

2.(Inv. 4)

Refer to the table in problem 1. If 8 is used as the “in” number, what will be the “out” number?

4.(43)

What mixed number is half of 45?

1 _ 2 of 45 )

_______

3.(44)

Use an inch ruler to measure the length of this segment to the nearest eighth of an inch:

5.(45)

Which of the quadrilaterals below is not a parallelogram?

A. B.

C. D.

6.(40)

What mixed number names the number of shaded circles shown below?

7.(44)

A key that is 60 millimeters long is how many centimeters long?

8.(30)

Three nickels make up what percent of a dollar?

3 nickels ________ 1 dollar

= 000¢ _____ 100¢

%

9.(39)

Compare:

1__3

1__4

1.(Inv. 4)

1 ___ 10

= ? ___ 60

cmmm

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10.(9)

7208 – 6194 11.(29)

$4.32× 50

12.(18)

5 × 5 × 7 13.(26)

4 ) ___________

$ 3 1 . 6 4

14.(34)

8118 ÷ 9 15.(42)

Use short division:

6 ) _________

4 5 0 0

16.(41)

1 2 __ 5

+ 2 3 __ 5

17.(41)

8 ___ 10

– 5 ___ 10

18.(41)

1 __ 3 – 1 __

3

19.(13, 24)

$15 – ($3.55 + $10 + $0.72)

$ 3.55$10.00

+ $ 0.72$15.00

– $00.72

20.(21)

Maria has 7 rolls of nickels. If each roll has 40 nickels in it, how many nickels does Maria have?

40× 7

nickels in each rollrollstotal nickels

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 34 Adaptations Cumulative Test 9A

1.(49)

Alannah has 6 more pets than Steven. Steven has 2 more pets than Maria. Maria has 2 pets. How many pets does Alannah have?

Maria

Steven ( + 2)

Alannah ( + 6)

2.(48)

Write the standard form for (8 × 10,000) + (7 × 1000) +(9 × 1).

4.(50)

There are 13 students in one line and 21 students in the other line. If the two lines were made even, how many students would be in each line?

Average.

5.(30, 37)

Draw a square and shade three fourths of it. What percent of the square is shaded?

) _______

6.(44)

Use a ruler to find the length of this line segment to the nearest quarter inch:

3 __ 4 = %

8.(7)

Use digits to write the number three hundred four thousand, eleven.

9.(13)

$3.75 + $13.01 + $19.24

$ 3.75 5.3w3w + 1111.7

3.(47)

Salome is 2 feet 5 inches tall. How many inches tall is Salome?

1 foot = 12 inches

2 feet =

+ 5

inches

inches

total inches+ oo5

7.(44)

Three meters equals how many centimeters?

1 __ = 3 __ ? meters

cm

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10.(13)

$50 – $41.82

$50.00– 0.0000

11.(17)

Carry on your fingers.

12.(29)

$3.95× 70

13.(9)

3055– 2938

14.(34)

654 ÷ 5 15.(26)

7 ) _________

6 0 2 4

16.(34)

954 ____ 9 17.

(41) 6 __

7 – 6 __

7

18.(41)

7 1 __ 5

+ 3 3 __ 5

20.(Inv. 5)

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

8

6

4

2

0Bev Jason Mary John

Number of Free Throws Made10

John made twice as many free throws as which player?

19.(41)

4 3 __ 4

– 2 2 __ 4

516

× 4 ______

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 38 Adaptations Cumulative Test 10A

1.(50)

Geraldine has four pastures with 3 horses, 5 horses, 7 horses, and 17 horses in them. If she were to switch the horses so that each pasture had the same number, how many horses would be in each pasture?

Average.

357

+ 17

2.(46)

How many is 1 _ 4 of a dozen?

1 _ 4 of )

_______

3.(35)

How many years were there from 1621 to 1907?

4.(33)

Round 329 to the nearest ten.

3 2 9

6.(10)

Find the missing number: 13 × 1 = 12 + w

7.(53)

What is the perimeter of this rectangle?

Perimeter Add all sides.

6 in.

3 in.

8.(Inv. 4)

At the library, 48 people returned books on Monday. Then 40 people returned books on Tuesday. On Wednesday, 32 people returned books. If this pattern continues, how many people will return books on Friday?

Subtract to find the rule.

5.(44, 53)

The circle has a radius of 30 mm. What is the diameter of the circle in centimeters?

) _______

later

earlier

difference

1907

1621

= 12 + w= w

1 __ 0 = ? ___ 30 cm

mm

48, 40, 32, ,

Friday

30 mmd = 2r

Use work area.

w =

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9.(48)

Write the standard form for (4 × 100,000) + (8 × 10,000) + (6 × 10) + (5 × 1).

10.(36)

Which triangle appears to be equilateral?

A. B.

C. D.

11.(6)

3164721

+ 145

13.(29)

Carry on your fingers.

$2.75× 30

14.(51)

Carry on your fingers. 15.(34)

3608_____4

16.(54)

17.(43)

3+

1

__

3

18.(43)

5 2 __ 3

– 3 1 __ 6

12.(9)

5280– 4933

19.(30, 37)

Draw a square. Shade all but 1_4 of

it. What percent of the square is shaded?

20.(52)

Use words to name 32180795.

Add commas.

0 __ 4 = %

20 ) _______

6 8 0 0

5 2× 4 5

+00000X

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 42 Adaptations Cumulative Test 11A

1.(57)

The spinner below is divided into five equal-sized sectors. What is the probability that the spinner will stop on a number greater than 3?

2.(20)

The dividend is 125. The divisor is 5. What is the quotient?

5 ) _______

1 2 5

3.(52)

Use digits to write the number ninety-six million, eleven thousand, two hundred forty-one.

4.(52)

Which digit is in the hundred-thousands place in 36,792,045?

5.(50)

In four compartments there are 12 bundles, 2 bundles, 7 bundles, and 11 bundles. If the bundles were rearranged so that each compartment held the same number of bundles, how many bundles would be in each compartment?

Average.

6.(53)

What is the perimeter of this triangle?

Perimeter Add all sides.

7.(53)

The radius of this circle is 8 cm. What is its diameter?

8.(60)

Three fifths of the students are boys. What fraction of the students are girls?

3__5

+ ?__5

= 5__5

1

5

3

2

4

1227

+ 11

d = 2r

12 cm

5 cm13 cm

) _______

8 cm

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10.(46)

Vijay has finished 1 _ 5 of the 20 questions. How many questions has he finished?

1 _ 5 of 20 ) _______

11.(6)

2318

592

+ 624 _______

13.(52)

15.(54)

long division

725 ÷ 10

14.(56)

6 9 1 0× 3 7 0

0+0000 0 X X

16.(58)

Divide and write the quotient as a mixed number:

short division

7 ) _________

8 2 8 4 R

19.(59)

1 – 1 __ 7 20.

(13, 24) $30 – ($19.75 + $3 + $0.83)

12.(9)

4651 – 3748 _______

18.(59)

7

1

__

5

+ 2

4

__

5

9.(57)

The weather forecast states that the chance of rain is 80%. This means that rain is

A. impossible B. unlikely

C. likely D. certain

17.(54)

30 ) __________

$ 9 . 3 0 $ 0 .

5 2 5× 1 4 4

X+0000 0 0 X X

$19.75$00.00

+ $00.00$30.00

– $00.00

__ 7

– 1 __ 7

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 46 Adaptations Cumulative Test 12A

1.(50)

In one room there are 55 chairs. In the other room there are 25 chairs. If some chairs are moved so that the rooms have the same number of chairs, then how many chairs will be in each room?

Average.

2.(60)

Nadia has eaten 1 _ 5 of her cereal. What fraction of her cereal is left to eat?

__

5

– 1 __ 5

1

3.(35)

From 1895 to 1985 was how many decades?

4.(62)

Estimate the product of 64 and 22 by rounding both numbers to the nearest ten before multiplying.

Multiply in your head.

6 4

×00000002 2

5.(33)

Round 3286 to the nearest hundred.

3 2 8 6

6.(31, 61)

Which angle appears to be an obtuse angle?

C

M

A

B

A. ∠ AMB B. ∠ AMC C. ∠ BMC7.

(38) On this number line, the arrow is

pointing to what mixed number?

7658.

(57) If a number cube is rolled once,

what is the probability of rolling a four?

A cube has

sides.

later

earlier

difference

1985

– 1895 1 __ 0 = ? __ 0 decades

years

55+ 25

) _______

) _______

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10.(18)

4p = 32 11.(41)

4 __ 7 + 3 __

7 12.

(63) Rename the 7.

7 2 _ 3

– 5 2 __ 3

13.(63)

Rename the 2.

2 2 _ 3

– 1 __ 3

14.(9)

6468– 979

15.(13, 24)

$12 – ($7 + $4.78)

$7.00

+ $4.78$12.00

– $00.00

17.(34)

short division

9041 ÷ 6

16.(55)

4 8 3× 2 7 5

X+0000 0 0 X X

18.(54)

long division

19.(64)

What is the place value of the 5 in $3.75?

9.(53)

a. What is the length of this rectangle?

b. What is the perimeter of this rectangle?

Perimeter Add all sides.

3 cm

4 cm

20.(58)

Divide and write the quotient as a mixed number: 27 __ 4

4 ) _____

2 7 R

40 ) _______

8 4 0 0

a. b.

Use work area.

Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 50 Adaptations Cumulative Test 13A

1.(49)

Paolo bought three juices for $0.77 each. If he gave the clerk $5.00, how much money should he get back?

$0.77× 3

$5.00– $0.00

2.(25)

List the factors of 24 that are also factors of 32.

3.(67)

Name the shaded part of this square:

a. as a fraction

b. as a decimal number

4.(68)

Use words to write the decimal number 290.37.

5.(67)

Write the fraction 19 ___ 100 as a decimal number.

6.(68)

Use digits to write the decimal number eight and seven tenths.

8.(66)

Find the length of the line segment below to the nearest tenth of a centimeter:

1 2 3 4 5 6cm

, , , , , , ,

Factors of 24: 1 24

, , , , ,

Factors of 32: 1 32

, , ,

Factors of both:

7.(64)

Which digit in 457.89 is in the tenthsplace?

Use work area.

.

.

.

a. b. .

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9.(69)

Compare:

0.3 0.03

10.(62)

Estimate the product of 41 and 76.

Multiply in your head.

4 1

×00000007 6

11.(6)

471 + 18 + 924 + 3240 + 1 12.(9)

13,500

– 12,876 _________

13.(56)

9 2 4 0× 3 5 0

0+0000 0 X X

14.(34)

4214 _____ 7 15.

(18, 29) 35 × 60 × 2

16.(34)

7 ) _______

9 8 0

17.(54)

long division

60 ) ___________

$ 9 8 . 4 0

18.(24, 63)

7 – ( 4 2 __ 5 – 1 1 __

5 )

parentheses first

20.(58)

Divide and write the quotient as a mixed number: 19 __ 3

19.(59)

1 2 __ 5 + 3 2 __

5 + 5 1 __

5

35 × Offset.

3 ) _____

1 9 R

3 5 0× 0 0 00 0 0

0+0000 0 X X

.

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Cumulative Test 14A

1.(23, 59)

Arrange these fractions in order from least to greatest. Compare each to 1 _ 2 first.

5 __ 8 , 7 __

7 , 1 __

3 , 2 __

4

2.(75)

Write the fraction 11 __ 4 as a mixed number.

3.(74)

Three feet equals one yard. One mile equals 1760 yards. Two miles equals how many feet?

2 miles = yards

4.(68)

Use digits to write the decimal number eight and four hundredths.

5.(64)

Which digit in 123.45 is in the tenths place?

6.(73)

3.91

0.03

+ 1.07 _______

7.(71)

Name the shaded part of this square:

a. as a fraction

b. as a decimal number

c. as a percent

8.(33)

Round 3721 to the nearest hundred.

9.(70)

Compare:

2.5 2.500

2.5

2.500

, , ,

least greatest

) _______

R

1 __ 3 = 0 __ ? ydft

Use work area.

.

Use work area.c. a. b. .

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10.(58)

Divide 891 by 40 and write the quotient as a mixed number.

long division

40 ) _______

8 9 1 R

11.(70)

$2.54$0.93

+ $0.72

13.(73)

3.208– 2.600

14.(17)

$0.93

× 7 ________

16.(59)

4 2 __ 5 + 3 3 __

5 17.

(61, 74) The length of

____ MN is 30 mm. Segment

NO is 30 mm long. Find the length of ____ MO in centimeters.

Label this figure.

18.(45)

Draw a parallelogram that is not a rectangle.

20.(72)

What is the area of the room from problem 19?

Area = length × width

12.(70)

$2.28 – 79¢

15.(24, 63)

8 – ( 4 8 ___ 11

– 2 6 ___ 11

)

1 __ 0 = ? __ 0 cm

mm 19.(53)

A rectangular room is 6 yards long and 4 yards wide. What is the perimeter of the room?

Perimeter Add all sides.

30 mm

?

ONM

6 yd

4 yd

8

–

4 8 ___ 11

– 2 6 ___ 11

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 58 Adaptations Cumulative Test 15A

1.(49)

Akemi bought three novels for $3.95 each and a bookmark for 35¢. What was the total cost of the items?

2.(78)

Write 25 as a whole number.

2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 =

3.(67)

Write 83 ___ 100 as a decimal number.

4.(74)

How many millimeters are in 62.5 meters?

5.(77)

One kilogram equals 1000 grams. Five kilograms of sugar is how many grams of sugar?

6.(64)

Which digit in 4.803 is in the same place as the 7 in 608.72?

608.72

4.803

7.(79)

Compare:

2 __ 3 2 __

3 × 3 __

3

8.(79)

Write a fraction equal to 2 _ 3 that has a denominator of 24.

2 __ 3 × = 0 ___ 24

9.(80)

Name all the prime numbers between 20 and 30.

Prime numbers have exactly two factors.

10.(66)

Find the length of this segment to the nearest tenth of a centimeter:

1 2 3 4cm

2 __ 3 3 __

4

1 ___ 00

= 62.5 ____ ? meters

millimeters

1 ___ 00

= 5 __ ? kilograms

grams

Use work area.

.

and .

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11.(70)

$04.00$03.26$00.19$28.00

+ $00.07

12.(73)

19.05

3.26

+ 4.7 _______

13.(73)

41.35 – 18.6 _______ 14.

(54) 6690 _____

30

15.(17)

$2.41

× 8 _______ 16.

(18, 29) 20 × 70 × 50

Multiply in your head.

17.(26)

short division 18.(75)

3 __ 6 + 4 __

6

19.(76)

7 ___ 10

× 1 __ 3

20.(61)

AB is 32 mm. AC is 50 mm. Find BC.

32 mm ?

A CB

50 mm

.3 )

___________ $ 1 3 . 2 3

$ 0

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 62 Adaptations Cumulative Test 16A

1.(22,42)

Each of these numbers divides 620 without a remainder except

Think: divisibility.

A. 10 B. 5 C. 3 D. 2

2.(31, 61)

Angle DCB is acute. Which angle is obtuse?

A

BC

D

3.(31, 61)

Look at the quadrilateral in problem 2. Which segment is perpendicular to

___ AD ?

4.(83)

What is the name of this shape?

5.(46)

21

2 __ 3

1 __ 3

a. What number is 2 _ 3 of 21?

isof 2 __

3 = ? ___

21 )

_______

b. What number is 1 _ 3 of 21?

isof 1 __

3 = ? ___

21 )

_______

6.(46)

One sixth of the 30 students were absent. How many students were absent?

isof 1 __

6 = ? ___

30

7.(82)

a. Find the greatest common factor (GCF) of 24 and 32.

List the factors of 24:

1 24, , , , , , ,

Cross out the numbers that are not factors of 32.

b. Use the GCF of 24 and 32 to reduce 24 __ 32 .

Divide both by the GCF.

8.(85)

How many quarts are in two gallons?

gallonsquarts

1 __ = 2 __ ?

A. cone B. cylinder

C. cube D. pyramid

24 ___ 32

÷ =

b. a.

Use work area.

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17A

11.(73)

19.502

– 8.807 ________

12.(78)

43

4 × 4 × 4 =

13.(26)

short division

7 ) ___________

$ 2 2 . 1 2 $ 0 .

14.(9)

3040 – 2876 _______

15.(56)

7 9 0× 2 0 6

+0000 0 0 X

16.(54)

Cancel matching zeros.

2040 _____ 60

17.(75)

6 4 __ 5

+ 3 3 __ 5

18.(24, 63)

4 – ( 3 __ 4 + 2 )

parentheses first

19.(79)

Compare:

1 __ 2 × 4 __

4 ○ ○ 1 __

2 × 3 __ 3

20.(66, 72)

What is the area of this square?

A = s2

9.(81)

Reduce each fraction:

a. 14___21

b. 9___15

c. 7___14

10.(73)

13.21

4.049

+ 132.2 __________

1 2 3cm

Convert.

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Cumulative Test 17A

1.(28, 49)

Class starts at 8:30 a.m. It takes Russ 25 minutes to bicycle to school. At what time should he start for class if he wants to get there 15 minutes early?

Count back 15 minutes from 8:30 a.m.

Now count back 25 minutes

2.(75)

Write the fraction 8_5as a mixed number.

)_____

3.(90)

Reduce: 36__48

Divide both by 12.

4.(85)

A half liter of milk is how many millilitersof milk?

1 liter = milliliters

isof

1 __ 2 = ? __

1

5.(83)

A volleyball has the shape of a

A. cylinder B. sphere

C. pyramid D. rectangular solid

6.(31, 61)

Which segment is parallel to ___

AB ?

B

CD

A

7.(31, 61)

Look at the quadrilateral in problem 6. Which angle is an obtuse angle?

8.(86)

What number is 2_3 of 21?

) _______

isof

2 __ 3 = ? ___

21

9.(84)

What is the median of these seven scores?

Median middle

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

R

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11.(68)

Write 0.375 with words.

16.(78)

√___

36 17.(87)

2 __ 3 ÷ 2 __

3

18.(90)

11___12

– 7___12

19.(90)

1 5__9

+ 3 1__9

20.(53, 66)

What is the perimeter of this square?

Perimeter of a square = 4 × side length

mm 10 20

10.(79)

Write a fraction equal to 3_4 that has a denominator of 8.

12.(9)

24,896 – 8934 14.(26)

short division

9 ) ___________

$ 5 3 . 0 1 $ 0 .

13.(56)

7 1 8 0× 1 7 0

0+0000 0 X X

15.(76)

3 __ 4 × 1 __

2

3 __ 4 × = 8 __ 8

Reduce.

Reduce. Simplify.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 70 Adaptations Cumulative Test 18A

1.(95)

What is the reciprocal of 4 _ 5 ?

4 __ 5

2.(79)

Write fractions equal to 1 _ 7 and 1 _ 2 with denominators of 14. Then add the fractions.

1 __ 7 ____

14

1 __ 2 ____

14

+3.

(21) Diego had 2 dozen model cars which

he kept in 3 cases. How many cars were in each case?

2 dozen =

× 3 4.(86)

a. What number is 1 _ 5 of 80?

) _______

isof

1 __ 5 = ? ___

80

b. What number is 2 _ 5 of 80?

) _______

isof

2 __ 5 = ? ___

80

5.(71)

Name the shaded part of this rectangle:

a. as a reduced fraction b. as a decimal number c. as a percent

8.(91)

Reduce: 24 __ 16 7.

(66) Write the length of this segment:

a. in centimeters

b. in millimeters

1 2 3 4cm

6.(69)

List the numbers below in order from least to greatest.

1, 0.2, 2 __ 3

, ,

least

Use work area.

b. a.

a.

b. .

c.

Use work area.Use work area.

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9.(79)

4__7

= r___21

10.(73)

32.14

3.89

+ 10.2 ________

11.(9)

5083

– 4235 _______

12.(51)

$1 3 . 2 1× 2 7

+0000 0 X

13.(54)

long division

20 ) ___________

$ 2 6 . 0 0 $ 0 .

14.(78)

√___

64

× = 64

15.(94)

long division

23 ) __________

1 1 7 3 0 0

16.(90)

4 5 __ 8

– 2 3 __ 8

17.(91)

2 2 __ 3

+ 3 2 __ 3

18.(86)

5__6

× 5

19.(70)

$8.23 + 21¢ + $4 20.(70)

.2 5× 1 6

+00000X

4 __ 7 × = r ___ 21

r =

Simplify.

Convert and simplify.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 74 Adaptations Cumulative Test 19A

1.(Inv. 8)

Which letter names the point at (2, 3)?

x

y

B

D

C

A

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

2.(11)

A new racket costs $86.50. Mariam has $63.75. How much more money does she need to buy the racket?

$86.50 costs

– $ has

needs

3.(97)

Lakeisha has 15 iris bulbs and 25 tulip bulbs in her flower bed. What is the ratio of iris bulbs to tulip bulbs in her flower bed?

iris bulbs __________ tulip bulbs

=

4.(74)

The grasshopper jumped 25 cm. How many millimeters is that?

1 __ 0 = 25 ___

? cm

mm

5.(61, 73)

AB is 2.7 cm. BC is 1.9 cm. CD equals BC. Find AD.

Label this figure.

6.(85)

a. A pint is what fraction of a quart?

2 pints = 1 quart

1 pint = quart

b. A quart is what fraction of a gallon?

4 quarts = 1 gallon

1 quart = gallon

c. Use the answers from parts a and b above to determine what fraction of a gallon a pint represents.

Multiply a × b

× =

7.(62)

Estimate the product of 496 and 351. Offset.

× 12496351

8.(100)

Simplify this decimal number:

0400.203000 =

CBA D

?

Reduce but don't convert.

Use work area. Use work area.

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9.(95)

What is the reciprocal of 9 _ 7 ?

9 __ 7

10.(91)

Reduce: 4 5 __ 15

11.(99)

12.(78)

25

2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 =

13.(73)

1 3.4 5 9– 0.3 6 0

14.(70)

20 × 16¢

.1 6 0× 2 0

15.(78)

√___

81

× = 81

16.(92)

long division

27 ) _______

3 3 0 0

17.(24, 63)

5 – ( 2 1 __ 3 + 2 1 __

3 ) 18.

(96) Copy, change, and flip.

2.7 0.33 + 4.0

× =

2 __ 7 ÷ 3 __

5

19.(91)

9___10

+ 7___10

20.(86)

Cross cancel.

2__3

× 6

2.7 0.33 + 4.0

2 1 __ 3

+ 2 1 __ 3

5 1 __ 2

– 1 1 __ 3

Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 78 Adaptations Cumulative Test 20A

1.(104)

Round $48.91 to the nearest dollar.

$4 8 . 9 1

2.(101,104)

a. Round 9.671 to the nearest whole number.

9 . 6 7 1

b. Round 7 2 _ 3 to the nearest whole number.

7 2 __ 3

2 __ 3 1 __

2

3.(69)

Arrange these numbers in order from least to greatest: 0.1, 2, and 2 _ 3 .

, ,

least

4.(46)

Two thirds of the 18 cars were new. How many cars were new?

5.(61)

The length of ___

AD is 6.4 cm. The length of

___ AB is 3.9 cm. The length of ___

BC is 1.4 cm. Find the length of ___

CD .

Label this figure.

?

A B C D

6.(83)

A shoe box has the shape of what geometric solid?

7.(Inv. 10)

Which of these angles could measure 120°?

A.

B.

C.

8.(99)

4.39 + 1.8 + 3

4.3 9 64.3 9 6

+ 0.2 1 0

9.(73)

9.14– 0.80

) _______

2 __ 3 = ? ___

18 is

of

Use work area.

Use work area.

Use work area.

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10.(102)

2 – 0.8 11.(51)

3 0 9× 1 4

+000 0 X

12.(63, 90)

7 – (2 5__6

– 1__6 )

13.(91)

4 8 ___ 12

+ 3 6 ___ 12

14.(34)

4028 _____ 4 15.

(54) 953 ÷ 30

16.(96)

1 __ 5 ÷ 1 __

2

Copy, change, and flip.

× =

17.(86, 91)

Cross cancel.

3 __ 5 × 10

3 __ 5 × 10 ___

1

18.(103)

Find the volume of this rectangular solid.

19.(105)

Draw an equilateral triangle and show its lines of symmetry.

3 lines of symmetry

) _______

R

2 in.

3 in. 2 in.

Volume = length × width × height

20.(79, 90)

The denominator of 11__12 is 12.

Write a fraction equal to 2_3 that also has a denominator of 12. Subtract that fraction from 11__

12 . Then reduce the answer.

11 ___ 12

– 12 ___ 12 =

7 1 __ 2

– 1 1 __ 3

2 5 __ 6

– 1 1 __ 6

2 __ 3 × = 12 ___ 12

Convert and simplify.

Convert.

Use work area.

Reduce.

Use work area.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 82 Adaptations Cumulative Test 21A

1.(106)

Which digit in 1.3725 is in the thousandths place?

2.(74)

A bolt of cloth is 40 yards long. How many feet long is a bolt of cloth?

1 yard = feet

yardsfeet

1 __ = 40 ___ ?

3.(105)

Which of these figures has no line of symmetry?

A. B.

C. D.

4.(97)

There are 7 boys and 14 girls in the class. What is the ratio of boys to girls?

boys _____

girls =

5.(71, 90)

Write 40% as a reduced fraction.

40 ____ 100

=

6.(107)

In a roll of 50 dimes, 8 were minted before 1983. What percent of the dimes in the roll were minted before 1983?

before 1983dimes

8 ___ 50

= ? ____ 100

7.(101, 104)

Round parts a and b to the nearest whole number.

a. 3 2 __ 7

2 __ 7 1 __

2

b. 1 0 1. 4 9 6

8.(106)

Compare:

1.25 12.5

1.25 12.5

9.(53)

What is the perimeter of this square?

P = 4s

11 cm

10.(72)

What is the area of the square in problem 9?

A = S2

Use work area.

Reduce but don't convert.

Use work area.

Use work area.

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18.(91)

2 2__3

+ 3 2__3

19.(90, 96)

6__7

÷ 3

Copy, change, and flip.

20.(103)

What is the volume of a box of cereal with the dimensions shown?

Volume = length × width × height

Saxon-Os Saxon-Os Saxon-Os 10 in.

2 in.8 in.

14.(109)

2 digits after the decimal point

1.7× 0.6

15.(110)

3 digits after the decimal point

0.21 × 0.4 _______

16.(63, 90)

3 5 __ 7 + ( 2 – 1 4 __

7 )

2 5 __ 6

– 1 4 __ 7

3 5 __ 7

+ 1 1 __ 6

17.(86, 91)

3 __ 5 × ( 6 × 11 ___

12 )

Cross cancel.

6 __ 1 × 11 ___ 12 =

3 __ 5 × ____ =

11.(99)

4.76 + 8 + 0.241 + 3.6

4.76 . .+ .

12.(99)

3.4 – 1 13.(102)

9 – 8.94

Convert.

Convert.Convert.

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Saxon Math Intermediate 5 86 Adaptations Cumulative Test 22A

1.(104)

Estimate the sum of 2.42, 3.68, and 14.9 by rounding each number to the nearest whole number before adding.

2.(71)

Which of these is not equal to 1_5 ?

A. 4___20

B. 20%

C. 0.20 D. 0.05

3.(98)

What is the temperature shown on this thermometer?

0

−10

−20

F

4.(84)

What is the mean of 14, 13, 19, and 18?

Mean average

5.(Inv. 8)

Look at the graph in problem 6. What letter names the point at (1, 2)?

6.(Inv. 8)

Write the coordinates of point B.

x

y

A

B

CD

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

7.(57)

The spinner below is divided into 6 congruent sectors. What is the probability that the spinner will stop on an odd number?

6 1

2

34

5

2. 4 2

3. 6 8

14. 9 +

( , )

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11.(99)

13 + 2.96 + 4.06 + 0.98

12.(102)

9 – (8.33 – 2.42)

15.(111)

0.2345 × 1000

Shift

18.(90)

7 7__8

– 1 1__8

19.(76, 90)

4__5

× 3__4

20.(96)

1__5

÷ 3___10

Copy, change, and flip.

Cross cancel.

1 __ 5 × ___ = ___

10.(112)

Find the least common multiple of6 and 8.

13.(109)

4.5 × 9

16.(110)

3 digits after the decimal point

0.1 × 0.02

17.(91)

1 5 __ 6 + 1 5 __

6

14.(92)

long division

21 )

__________ 1 3 9 0

0 0

8.(53,

115)

Refer to the hexagon to answer the following questions. All angles are right angles.

a. What is the perimeter of this hexagon?

Perimeter Add all sides.

b. What is the area of this hexagon?

4 cm

4 cm6 cm3 cm

1 cm10 cm

9.(113)

Write 2 1 _ 2 as an improper fraction.

2 1 _ 2 +

×=

b. a.

Use work area.

Use work area.

Convert and simplify.

Simplify. Reduce.

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