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1 Name Score Math Course 1 1B 1. Use the numbers 5, 11, and 16 to make two addition facts and two subtraction facts Use the numbers 4, 16, and 64 to make two multiplication facts and two division facts ) 0000 ) 0000 Use work area. Use work area. 3. What is the total of $1.25, $0.98, and $10? 4. Terrell gave $10 for a $3.49 book. How much change should he get back? $10.00 $ What is the total cost of one dozen pens if each pen costs $0.29? 6. Three quarters is the same amount of money as how many nickels? one dozen = $0.29 $0.29 quarters nickels 1 5? 7. If 60 players are separated into 5 equal teams, how many players will be on each team? 8. How many days is 4 weeks plus 3 days? 1 week = days 4 weeks = days = = Saxon Math Course 1 C13 Adaptations 1B
2 (continued) 1B = = = 7 ) ) ( ) = 56 = (3 4) = m = n = x = 72 m = n = x = Saxon Math Course 1 C14 Adaptations 1B
3 Name Score Math Course 1 2B 1. Mai paid $20 for a DVD that cost $ How much change should she get back? $20.00 $ If two dozen pencils are divided equally among 8 students, how many pencils will each student receive? 2 doz = = ) $ $12 + $0.59 = (9 + 6) = 18 = ) n = n = Saxon Math Course 1 C27 Adaptations 2B
4 (continued) 2B 11. 6m = What fraction of this rectangle is shaded? m = 13. What number is 1 of 36? 14. How long is this line segment? Which is the most appropriate unit to measure the length of your pencil? 16. What is the perimeter of this square? A inches C miles B feet D ounces 17. What number is next in this sequence? , 2, 4, 8, 16, 18. Which of the following numbers is even? A 2345 B 7777 C Here are three ways to show 15 divided by 3. 3 ) Write three ways to show 16 divided by Arrange the numbers 11, 22, and 33 to form two addition facts and two subtraction facts Use work area. Saxon Math Course 1 C28 Adaptations 2B
5 Name Score Math Course 1 3B 1. If 234 players are separated into 18 equal teams, how many players will be on each team? 2. How many years were there from 1620 to 1776? 3. What is the place value of the 6 in 123,456,789? 4. Write 4,000,000 in word form. words: Use work area. 5. What is the difference when the sum of 4 and 5 is subtracted from the product of 4 and 5? ( ) ( ) = product sum 6. When 240 is divided by 12, what is the quotient? Jasmine paused on step 178 on her way to the top of the Statue of Liberty. If there were 354 steps in all, how many more steps did Jasmine have to climb? What temperature is shown on this thermometer? Split the difference ) What fraction of this circle is shaded? 10. Compare: Saxon Math Course 1 C311 Adaptations 3B
6 (continued) 3B 11. $ $ $5 = 12. (56)(83) = 13. $ = = 15. $ = (12 6) 24 = a = m = a = m = 19. What is the perimeter of this rectangle? 20. Use the numbers 8, 15, and 23 to make two addition facts and two subtraction facts Use work area. Saxon Math Course 1 C312 Adaptations 3B
7 Name Score Math Course 1 4B 1. What is the difference when the sum of 3 and 4 is subtracted from the product of 4 and 3? 2. Which digit is in the tenthousands place in 987,654,321? ( ) ( ) = 3. Christina has read 94 pages of a 211page book. How many pages does Christina need to read to finish the book? When Nià awoke, the temperature was 8. By noon the temperature had risen to 10. How many degrees had the temperature risen? = = 5. R 56 = m = R = m = 7. Round 4367 to the nearest hundred Estimate the sum of 5280 and 3910 to the nearest thousand = ) What is the average of 6, 10, 8, 7, and 9? Saxon Math Course 1 C415 Adaptations 4B
8 (continued) 4B 11. What number is halfway between 17 and 83? List the whole number factors of 21. 1,,, The post office sold 39cent commemorative stamps in sheets of 20 stamps. What was the price for the sheet of stamps? $0.390 $ Find the greatest common factor (GCF) of 16 and 24. List the factors of the smaller number, 16. Cross off those that are NOT factors of the larger number, 24. The biggest number is the GCF. 15. How many points did Maria and Susan score together? 16. Tony scored how many more points than Robert? What number is 1 of $7.50? What is the perimeter of this square? $ What is the next number in this sequence? 1, 3, 9, 27, 20. How long is this line segment? Saxon Math Course 1 C416 Adaptations 4B
9 Name Score Math Course 1 5B 1. What is the product of the sum of 20 and 10 and the difference of 20 and 10? 2. In a class of 29 students there are 13 boys. What is the ratio of boys to girls in the class? ( ) ( ) = boys girls 3. Write the numeral for twentyone million, two hundred eightysix thousand. 4. Round 3875 to the nearest hundred. 3875,, 5. Which of these numbers is divisible by 3? Use tests for divisibility. 6. Write 16 as a mixed number. 3 A 1367 B 2458 C What is the average of 3742, 4918, and 5170? What is the numerator of 7 8? 9. What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 10 and 15? List the factors of the smaller number, 10. Cross off those that are NOT factors of the larger number, 15. The biggest number is the GCF. 10. A team lost 4 of its 15 games. What fraction of its games did the team lose? lost games Saxon Math Course 1 C519 Adaptations 5B
10 (continued) 5B 11. At an average rate of 60 miles per hour, how far would a car travel in four hours? miles hours What number is 3 of 24? 4 is of = = = Use fraction manipulatives for help = 17. What percent of a circle is 1 of a circle? = % = 19. $ = 20. Compare: Use fraction manipulatives for help. Saxon Math Course 1 C520 Adaptations 5B
11 Name Score Math Course 1 6B 1. A 29inch length of ribbon was cut into 4 equal lengths. How long was each piece of ribbon? 2. In a class of 30 students there are 18 girls. What is the ratio of boys to girls in the class? Reduce. ) 0000 boys girls = 3. Estimate the difference of 6084 and 3973 to the nearest thousand = ) What is the average of 143, 98, and 128? 6. List the four wholenumber factors of ,,, What is the GCF of 27 and 45? 8. Which of these words names the distance around a circle? A radius B diameter C circumference 9. If 3_ of the 20 books on the shelf were fiction, 4 then how many books on the shelf were fiction? = is of? Saxon Math Course 1 C623 Adaptations 6B
12 (continued) 6B = = 13. Convert 12 to a mixed number and reduce 8 the fraction. 14. Add and convert: = 15. Subtract and reduce: = 16. What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 6 and 8? 17. The perimeter of a square is 60 cm. How long is each side? perimeter 18. rule of reciprocals 3 4 = 1 each side 19. What is the seventh number in this sequence? 7, 14, 21, 28,,, 20. Name the obtuse angle in triangle ABC. A C B Saxon Math Course 1 C624 Adaptations 6B
13 Name Score Math Course 1 7B 1. One mile is 5280 feet. Round 5280 to the nearest hundred. 2. What is the reciprocal of 5 6? What is the perimeter of a square that has sides 10 centimeters long? 4. How many square tiles with sides 1 ft long would be needed to cover the floor of a 10ftby15ft room? tiles 5. Which digit in is in the tenths place? 6. Write the decimal numeral for one and five tenths. 7. Write (5 1000) + (7 10) in standard notation. 8. The diameter of the bicycle tire is 28 inches. What is the radius of the tire? 9. Write 0.7 as a common fraction. 10. Use fraction manipulatives for help. Compare: Saxon Math Course 1 C727 Adaptations 7B
14 (continued) 7B 11. Write 3 in decimal form. 12. Add and convert to a mixed number: = = (500 20) = Cancel matching zeros What number is 5 of 36? 6 is of? 16. Subtract and reduce: = 17. w 50 = N = w = N = 19. Write 60% as a reduced fraction. 20. Three fourths of the 40 answers were correct. How many answers were correct? is of? Saxon Math Course 1 C728 Adaptations 7B
15 Name Score Math Course 1 8B 1. Which of these angles could measure 120? 2. Which digit in 437,286,190 is in the hundredthousands place? 3. Marco correctly answered 15 of the 20 questions. What fraction of the questions did he answer correctly? correct questions = 4. Estimate the sum of 8972 and 4106 to the nearest thousand = 6. In three days Juanita read 81 pages, 84 pages, and 84 pages. What was the average number of pages she read each day? What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 21 and 35? 1,,, Forty percent of the students were boys. What fraction of the students were boys? 60% = = 10. Use fraction manipulatives for help = Saxon Math Course 1 C831 Adaptations 8B
16 (continued) 8B 11. What is the product of 1 and 2 2 3? School starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:45 p.m. How many hours and minutes are there from the start to the end of school? 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. = 2:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. = 13. What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 3 and 6? 14. A rectangle is 8 inches long and 6 inches wide. How many onesquareinch tiles are needed to cover its area? tiles 15. Which digit in is in the hundredths place? 16. Write the decimal numeral for three and twelve hundredths = = = = Saxon Math Course 1 C832 Adaptations 8B
17 Name Score Math Course 1 9B 1. What is the product of the sum of 8 and 2 and the difference of 8 and 2? 2. How many 2 s are in 1? 3 ( ) ( ) = 3. If the perimeter of a square is 100 centimeters, how long is each side? perimeter 4. What is the area of this rectangle? each side 5. Write the decimal numeral for twelve and five hundredths. 6. A $60 pair of shoes is on sale for 25% off the regular price. How much money is 25% of $60. 25% = of $ How much is 2 of two dozen? 3 is of 8. Which percent best describes the shaded portion of this circle? A 30% B 50% C 70% D 90% 9. Which digit in has the same place value as the 5 in 2.05? 10. Write 9% as a fraction and as a decimal numeral Saxon Math Course 1 C935 Adaptations 9B
18 (continued) 9B 11. What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 12 and 8? = = = Solve: m = = m = = =? Add zeros. 8 ) Which segment in the circle is not a radius? A MS B MR C MQ D SQ Saxon Math Course 1 C936 Adaptations 9B
19 Name Score Math Course 1 10B 1. What is the difference when the product of 1 3 subtracted from the sum of 1 and 2 3 3? ( ) ( ) = and 2 3 is 2. Which digit in 987,654,321,000 is in the billions place? 3. The salestax rate is 8%. How much money is 8% of $14? 4. Estimate the product of 48 and 21 to the nearest thousand = ) What is the average of 47, 38, 56, and 43? Add and reduce: = 8. How much is 3 of four dozen? 4 4 dozen = 9. Write 1 as a fraction with 8 as the denominator. Then add the 4 fraction to 5. What is the sum? = = is of 10. What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 2, 4, and 8? Saxon Math Course 1 C1039 Adaptations 10B
20 (continued) 10B 11. What is the area of this rectangle? 12. The diameter of a circular wading pool is 10 feet. What is the circumference of the wading pool? (Use 3.14 for π.) 13. Write the decimal numeral for twentyone and five hundredths. 14. Solve: 1 x = x = = = = 6 ) = ) Mentally calculate this product: Shift = Saxon Math Course 1 C1040 Adaptations 10B
21 Name Score Math Course 1 11B 1. Rita used a compass to draw a circle with a radius of 3 cm. What was the circumference of the circle? (Use 3.14 for π.) 2. What is the product of 0.81 and 0.012? What is the perimeter of the rectangle? 4. What is the area of the rectangle? 5. What is the ratio of the length of the rectangle to its width? length width = 6. If 20% of the 50 pennies in the roll were minted before the year 2000, then how many of the pennies were minted before 2000? 20% = is of? 7. Solve: 6 w = Compare: w = 9. Write the decimal numeral for twenty and two tenths. 10. Round to the nearest hundredth Saxon Math Course 1 C1143 Adaptations 11B
22 (continued) 11B = 14. x = x = = 16. over, over, up 0.2 ) = = = 19. Reduce: = 20. To which decimal number is the arrow pointing? Saxon Math Course 1 C1144 Adaptations 11B
23 Name Score Math Course 1 12B 1. A number cube is rolled once. a. What is the sample space of the experiment? b. What is the probability that the number rolled will be less than 4? 2. What is the perimeter of a regular hexagon if each side is 7 inches long? a. {,,,,, } b. 3. How many square centimeters are needed to cover this rectangle? 4. Which digit in is in the thousandths place? = = = The diameter of a truck s tire is 50 inches. How far down the road will the tire travel if it makes one full turn? (Use 3.14 for π and round your answer to the nearest inch.) 9. Which of these numbers is not a prime number? A 2 B 3 C 4 D The team won 12 of its 30 games and lost the rest. What was the team s winloss ratio? won + lost 30 total won lost Saxon Math Course 1 C1247 Adaptations 12B
24 (continued) 12B = = ) = ) = = = 3 4 = 2 3 = = 1 5 = 17. Compare: = = = = The salestax rate was 8%. Bethany bought a book for $9.49. How much was the tax on the book? $9.49 Saxon Math Course 1 C1248 Adaptations 12B
25 Name Score Math Course 1 13B 1. If the perimeter of a square is 16 inches, what is its area? perimeter each side 2. By what fraction equal to 1 should 3 4 be multiplied to form 9 12? 3 4 = 9 12 area 3. The face of this spinner is divided into six congruent sectors. The spinner is spun once. 4. The diameter of a big circle is 36 feet. What is the ratio of the circle s radius to its diameter? a. What is the probability that it will stop on an odd number? odd total radius diameter = b. What is the probability that it will not stop on an odd number? 5. Which quadrilateral is not a parallelogram? Use the Student Reference Guide. A B a. b. 6. Fifty is a composite number. Use a factor tree to find the prime factorization of 50. C D 7. Compare: An item costs $14.85 and the salestax rate is 7%. What is the total price of the item including sales tax? $14.85 $12.07 $14.85 $12.08 Saxon Math Course 1 C1351 Adaptations 13B
26 (continued) 13B 9. $10 10 = $10.00 $ = = = 13. Add zeros. 4 ) ) = = = = = 1 2 = 1 3 = = n = A cube has how many edges? 20. Write 2 2 as an improper fraction. Then 3 multiply the improper fraction by 1. Write the 4 product as a reduced fraction n = 1 4 = Saxon Math Course 1 C1352 Adaptations 13B
27 Name Score Math Course 1 14B 1. Which digit is in the hundredths place in ? 2. The perimeter of a square is 48 millimeters. What is its area? perimeter each side area 3. 2 ( ) = = =? = ) Which figure is a quadrilateral? 8. Compare: A B C D 9. What is the total price of a $18.97 item plus 8% sales tax? $18.97 $12.08 $18.97 $12.08 Saxon Math Course 1 C1455 Adaptations 14B
28 (continued) 14B = = ) = = = = = = = 14. How many small cubes are used to form this larger cube? bottom layer all layers 15. The perimeter of a regular octagon is 48 cm. How long is each side? side mm 8 1? 16. Write the prime factorization of the numerator and the denominator of 24. Then reduce = = ) 24 ) 24 ) 24 ) 24 ) 24 ) 24 ) 24 ) = = 19. Which figure is a ray? A B C 20. A bag contains 3 red marbles, 4 white marbles and 5 blue marbles. One marble is drawn from the bag. a. What is the probability that the marble will be white? white total b. What is the probability that the marble will NOT be white? not white total a. b. Saxon Math Course 1 C1456 Adaptations 14B
29 Name Score Math Course 1 15B 1. What is the area of this parallelogram? 2. Kim ordered a $5.90 meal. The tax rate was 8%. She paid with a $10 bill. How much money should she get back? $5.90 $6.80 $5.90 $6.80 $10.00 $ Compare: 4. Which point has the coordinates ( 2, 3)? What are the coordinates of point D? (, ) point 6. An octagon is a polygon with how many sides? See the Student Reference Guide. 8. Write 4 in decimal form. 5 ) Write 15% as a decimal numeral and as a reduced fraction. 7. Write the prime factorization of 54 and 81 to reduce = = ) 45 ) 45 ) 45 ) 54 ) 45 ) 45 ) 45 ) What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 4, 8, and 12? Saxon Math Course 1 C1559 Adaptations 15B
30 (continued) 15B ( ) = = = = ) = 1 2 = 3 4 = = = = = = = = = = m = m = Saxon Math Course 1 C1560 Adaptations 15B
31 Name Score Math Course 1 16B 1. A half gallon of milk is how many quarts? See the Student Reference Guide. 2. Ken correctly answered 43 of the 50 questions. What percent of the questions did he answer correctly? = Figure ABCD is a rectangle. Segment AB is 3 cm long, segment BC is 4 cm long, and segment AC is 5 cm. What is the area of triangle ABC? 5. How many square units is the area of the square? 4. The coordinates of the four vertices of a square are (1, 1), (4, 1), (4, 2), and (1, 2). How many units is the perimeter of the square? 6. Compare: One sixth of the dozen muffins were blueberry. How many of the muffins were not blueberry? Change 1 to a decimal All squares are rectangles. True or false? 1 6 are is of 6 are not Keisha spent 40% of an hour on her math homework. Write 40% as a reduced fraction. Then find the number of minutes Keisha spent on her math homework. 40% = is of 60 Saxon Math Course 1 C1663 Adaptations 16B
32 (continued) 16B = ) = = ) = = 5 6 = 1 3 = = = = = =? 100 = Round to the nearest tenth = Saxon Math Course 1 C1664 Adaptations 16B
33 Name Score Math Course 1 17B 1. Write 60% as a reduced fraction and as a decimal numeral. 2. What is the area of this triangle? A = 1 2 bh 3. Write 4 as a percent = The diameter of a circle is 200 cm. What is the circumference of the circle? (Use 3.14 for π.) 5. What is the perimeter of the parallelogram? 6. What is the area of the parallelogram? D A C B 7. If angle B measures 130, what is the measure of angle C? D A 8. What is the ratio of children to adults in a theater with 80 children and 60 adults? children adults = C B 9. The coordinates of three vertices of a rectangle are (4, 3), (4, 0), and ( 2, 0). What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex? (, ) Saxon Math Course 1 C1767 Adaptations 17B
34 (continued) 17B 10. If Sarah answered 4 of the 5 20 questions correctly, how many answers did she answer correctly? is of 11. Write the difference in inches. 3 ft 6 in. ft in. 3? = 13. What is the volume of a tissue box that is 10 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 5 inches high? m = 6 10 m = ( ) = 16. 3n = n = = = = = = Saxon Math Course 1 C1768 Adaptations 17B
35 Name Score Math Course 1 18B 1. If 4 of the 200 seeds sprouted, how many 5 seeds did not sprout? 5 sprouted 5 is of did not sprout 2. The ratio of boys to girls in the class was 3 to 2. If there were 12 girls, how many boys were there? 3. What is the perimeter of the triangle? 4. What is the area of the triangle? = = = = ) Between which two numbers is 30? See the Student Reference Guide. A 3 and 4 B 4 and = = C 5 and 6 D 29 and 31 Saxon Math Course 1 C1871 Adaptations 18B
36 (continued) 18B = = y = What is the circumference of the circle? (Use 3.14 for π.) y = 16. What is the area of the circle? (Use 3.14 for π.) 17. Write 65% as a reduced fraction and as a decimal number. 65% = 18. What is the volume of this rectangular prism? 20. The coordinates of three vertices of a parallelogram are (3, 3), (0, 3), and ( 2, 0). What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex? 19. A cube has how many edges? (, ) Saxon Math Course 1 C1872 Adaptations 18B
37 Name Score Math Course 1 19B 1. What is the probability of rolling an odd number with one roll of a number cube? Express the probability as a decimal number. 2. Ibrahim s first seven quiz scores are shown below. What is the median of these scores? 17, 19, 18, 20, 19, 18, 20 First list scores in order. 3. What percent of this circle is shaded? 4. A triangular prism has how many faces? 5. What is the area of triangle ABC? 6. Which of these terms describes triangle ABC? A A equilateral triangle C obtuse triangle B isosceles triangle D right triangle B C = 8. ( ) = n 8 ( ) 2 = n = Saxon Math Course 1 C1975 Adaptations 19B
38 (continued) 19B 11. (25)(18) 15 = 12. What number is 3 of 60? 5 is of ( ) = = ) = 4 = = = = The coordinates of the vertices of a rectangle are (5, 4), (0, 4), (0, 0), and (5, 0). The perimeter of the rectangle is how many units? 18. Change 2 to a percent = (decimal answer) Saxon Math Course 1 C1976 Adaptations 19B units
39 Name Score Math Course 1 20B 1. The ratio of ducks to geese on the pond was 4 to 3. If there were 12 ducks, how many geese were there? 2. What is the probability of rolling a 3 twice with two rolls of a number cube? 3. Fraction Decimal Percent 4. a. 0.4 b. Fraction Decimal Percent a. b. 4% Use work area. Use work area. 5. Two thirds of the 30 students finished. How many did not finish? 6. What is the area of the parallelogram? 2 3 finished did not finish 3 is of 7. What is the perimeter of the parallelogram? 8. Parallel lines m and n are intersected by line p as shown. Angle 1 measures 105. What is the measure of 5? See the Student Reference Guide. 9. Andy began at point A and ran around the field once making the six turns shown. In those six turns Andy turned a total of how many degrees? A = Saxon Math Course 1 C2079 Adaptations 20B
40 (continued) 20B = ( 7) = 13. What is the volume of a cube that has edges 3 cm long? 14. A cube has how many more vertices than faces? vertices faces = (decimal answer) = m y = m = y = 19. At 6 a.m. the temperature was 5 F. By noon the temperature had risen to 8 F. How many degrees had the temperature risen? The diameter of a circular target is 16 inches. What is the area of the circular target? Saxon Math Course 1 C2080 Adaptations 20B
41 Name Score Math Course 1 21B 1. Divided $6.50 by 8 and round the quotient to the nearest cent. $ ) $ Thirty percent of the students in the class rode the bus to school. If 9 students rode the bus, how many students were in the class? 3. What are the coordinates of the point halfway between ( 2, 3) and (6, 3)? = 5. How many 1centimeter sugar cubes would be needed to form this cube? (, ) 6. What is the perimeter of this figure? 7. If the radius of a circle is 10 cm, what is its area? (Use 3.14 for π.) 8. Half of a ton is how many pounds? tons pounds 1 1_ 2? = 12 w w = Saxon Math Course 1 C2183 Adaptations 21B
42 (continued) 21B 10. The ratio of boys to girls was 4 to 5. If there were 27 students, how many boys were there? Fraction Decimal Percent 2 1_ 5 a. b. a. 0.7 b. a. b. 5% (3 1.75) = 15. ( 2) + ( 3) ( 5) = (0.12 6) = ) = = What is the area of the shaded part of this parallelogram? Saxon Math Course 1 C2184 Adaptations 21B
43 Name Score Math Course 1 22B 1. Triangle ABC is an isosceles triangle. Angles B and C each measure 75. What is the measure of angle A? A 2. Draw the line of symmetry in triangle ABC. A C B C B Use work area = = 5. decimal answer Arrange in order from least to greatest: 3, 0.35, 3 4,, 7. The coordinates of the vertices of a triangle are (1, 1), (7, 1), and (5, 5). What is the area of the triangle? 8. ( 7) + ( 2) (3) = 9. A bag contains 3 red, 2 white, and 5 blue marbles. If one marble is drawn and not replaced and another marble is drawn, what is the probability that both marbles will be blue? 3 red 2 white + 5 blue total 1st draw 2nd draw = Saxon Math Course 1 C2287 Adaptations 22B
44 (continued) 22B = Fraction Decimal Percent 1 1_ 4 a. b. a. 0.7 b. a. b. 15% Use work area. 14. The rectangular prism below is made up of how many small blocks? 15. The radius of John s bicycle wheel is 16 inches. What is the circumference of the wheel? (Use 3.14 for π.) 16. What is the boygirl ratio in a class of 32 pupils if there are 18 boys? 18 boys + 18 girls 32 total a = boy girl a = 18. 4m + 4 = What is the perimeter of the hexagon? m = 20. What is the area of the hexagon? Saxon Math Course 1 C2288 Adaptations 22B
45 Name Score Math Course 1 23B 1. Eightyfive students are assigned to three classrooms as equally as possible. How many students are in each classroom? 2. Write 1.5 billion as a standard numeral. ) 8 5,, 3. Write the prime factorization of 64 using exponents. ) 81 ) 81 ) 81 ) 81 ) 81 ) Show how to convert 8 quarts to pints using a unit multiplier. (2 pt = 1 qt) 8 qt pt qt = 5. Which letter below has rotational symmetry? Q R S T 6. In a bag are three red marbles and three green marbles. If two marbles are drawn from the bag at the same time, what is the probability that both marbles will be green? 7. If the perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 36 inches, how long is each side? 1st draw 2nd draw = 8. If two squares are congruent and if the perimeter of one is 20 cm, what is the area of the other? 9. If the radius of a wheel is 10 inches, what is the circumference of the wheel? (Use 3.14 for π.) perimeter each side Saxon Math Course 1 C2391 Adaptations 23B
46 (continued) 23B 10. What is the perimeter of the hexagon? 11. What is the area of the hexagon? x y Fraction Decimal Percent 1_ 4 a. b. a b. a. b. 150% (4 0.5) = Use work area ( ) = 17. ( 9)( 4) = ) = 19. The area of the shaded part of this rectangle is half of the area of the rectangle. What is the area of the shaded triangle? 20. Kerry and Kim bought a clockradio for their bedroom. Kerry paid $6 and Kim paid the remaining 80%. What was the cost of the clockradio? Saxon Math Course 1 C2392 Adaptations 23B
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