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Name Cumulative Test 13B Also take Power-Up Test 13 Score 1. 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? (Inv. 2) 6. Estimate the product of 64 and 8. (59) 7. Chris’ car could go 28 miles on one gallon of gas. How far could Chris’ car go on seven gallons of gas? (57) 2. Every third bead on Mary’s necklace is red. There are one hundred fifty-three beads in all. How many beads are red? (52) 8. Name the polygon. (63) 3. Three fifths of the students finished the assignment in class. What fraction of the students did not finish the assignment in class? (61) 9. If each side of the polygon in problem 8 measures 12 inches, then what is its perimeter? (Inv. 2) 4. Compare: 50% of 12 ○ 2 × 6 (Inv. 5) 5. What is the area of this square? (Inv. 3) 11 mm Saxon Math Intermediate 4 10. Compare. Draw and shade two (56) congruent rectangles to show the comparison. _1_ 4 ○ _52_ © Harcourt Achieve Inc. and Stephen Hake. All rights reserved. 93 Cumulative Test 11. If 27% of the students were boys, then what percent of the students were girls? (Inv. 5) 16. (58) 13B 374 × 6 ______ _____ 17. 8 ) 368 (65) 12. 37,394 + 117,087 (51) 18. 32 ÷ (20 ÷ 5) (45, 47) 13. $13 – 15¢ (50) 19. 7.4 + 3.84 + 12.5 (50) 14. 5 × 8 × 4 (62) 20. Find the missing factor: 51n = 70 (41, 64) 15. 62 + 82 (62) 94 © Harcourt Achieve Inc. and Stephen Hake. All rights reserved. Saxon Math Intermediate 4