Name: ___________________________________ Chapter 13 Test Form B 1. 2. A square tabletop is 5 feet long on each side. Kelvin wants to tile the tabletop. How much tile does he need to cover the tabletop? A. 10 square feet B. 20 square feet C. 25 square feet D. 50 square feet Juanita plants a flower garden. The garden is in the shape of a rectangle. She wants to put fencing around the entire garden. How much fencing does Juanita need? 3. A. 132 feet B. 56 feet C. 50 feet D. 28 feet A row of plaques covers 120 square feet of space along a wall. If the plaques are 3 feet tall, what length of the wall do they cover? A. 360 feet B. 117 feet C. 57 feet D. 40 feet 4. Tricia is cutting out her initial from a piece of felt. How many square centimeters of felt does Tricia need to make her initial? 5. 6. A. 18 square centimeters B. 20 square centimeters C. 21 square centimeters D. 28 square centimeters Chad's bedroom floor is 12 feet long and 10 feet wide. He has an area rug on his floor that is 7 feet long and 5 feet wide. How much of the floor is not covered by the rug? A. 25 square feet B. 85 square feet C. 120 square feet D. 155 square feet Jeff made this arrangement of tiles to model his rectangular desktop. Which of the following is true? 7. A. area = 10 square units B. area = 14 square units C. area = 20 square units D. area = 24 square units Kelly wants to enclose a rectangular area for her dog with 240 feet of fencing. She wants the width to be 20 feet. What will be the length of the rectangular area? A. 24 feet B. 100 feet C. 110 feet D. 200 feet 8. Marcus puts a rectangular poster of his favorite athlete on a wall in his bedroom. What is the perimeter of the poster? 9. A. 42 inches B. 64 inches C. 84 inches D. 432 inches Kyleigh put a rectangular sticker on her notebook. The sticker is 1 inch wide and 5 inches long. What area of the notebook does the sticker cover? A. 1 square inch B. 5 square inches C. 6 square inches D. 12 square inches 10. Susan’s red notebook cover is 20 centimeters by 30 centimeters. She has a sticker for each letter in her name. Each sticker is a square that measures 3 centimeters on each side. She puts all 5 stickers on her notebook. How much of the red notebook cover is still showing? A. 600 square centimeters B. 591 square centimeters C. 585 square centimeters D. 555 square centimeters 11. Ms. Bennett wants to buy new carpeting for her living room and dining room. How much carpet does she need to cover the floor in both rooms? A. 100 square feet B. 550 square feet C. 600 square feet D. 850 square feet 12. Ian hung a square mirror in his locker that measures 6 inches on each side. What is the perimeter of the mirror? A. 6 inches B. 12 inches C. 24 inches D. 36 inches 13. A garage door that is 16 feet wide and 7 feet high is being painted. The door has 3 windows that will not be painted. Each rectangular window is 1 foot high and 3 feet wide. What area of the garage door will be painted? A. 109 square feet B. 106 square feet C. 103 square feet D. 91 square feet 14. Have your teacher print this item for you. Wilma used 25 square centimeters of construction paper to make a card in the shape of a square. She put a lace border around the card. How many inches of lace did Wilma use? _______________________________ 15. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mrs. Adams wants to build a new section on her house. What is the total area of her house after she adds the new section? _______________________________ 16. Have your teacher print this item for you. The Franklins are laying new sod in their backyard. They want to cover the entire yard except for the patio. The diagram shows the backyard and patio. How many square feet of sod do the Franklins need? _______________________________ 17. Have your teacher print this item for you. A farmer planted corn in a square field. One side of the field measures 32 yards. What is the area of the cornfield? _______________________________ 18. Have your teacher print this item for you. Lorenzo built a rectangular brick patio. He is putting a stone border around the patio. The patio is 12 feet long and 14 feet wide. What is the perimeter of the patio? _______________________________ 19. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mr. Butler posts his students’ art work on a bulletin board. If the width and length of the bulletin board are whole numbers, what could be the dimensions of the bulletin board Mr. Butler uses? _______________________________ 20. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mr. Garrison wants to build a house on this lot. What is the area of the lot? _______________________________ 21. Have your teacher print this item for you. Alejandro bought a frame in which to put his family portrait. What was the area of the frame not covered by the portrait? _______________________________ 22. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mrs. Maner bought a new carpet for her dining room. What is the area of Mrs. Maner’s new carpet? _______________________________ 23. Have your teacher print this item for you. A rectangle has a perimeter of 60 inches. If the width of the rectangle is 12 inches, what is its length? _______________________________ 24. Have your teacher print this item for you. Bill is drawing a border around the front cover of his photo album. Each side of the photo album is 11 centimeters long. What is the perimeter of the photo album? _______________________________ 25. Have your teacher print this item for you. A restaurant built a new parking lot. What is the area of the parking lot? _______________________________ 26. Have your teacher print this item for you. Diane made a design using only squares. She shaded the inner square and the outer region. Find the total area that is shaded. Explain how you found your answer. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 27. Have your teacher print this item for you. Gary drew a rectangle with a perimeter of 20 inches. What could be the length, width, and area for the rectangle that Gary drew? Use whole-number length sides. ________________________________________ 28. Have your teacher print this item for you. Gary says it is possible to draw two different rectangles that both have a perimeter of 20 inches and the same areas. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer using what you know about area and perimeter. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Chapter 13 Test Form B ANSWER KEY 1. 2. A square tabletop is 5 feet long on each side. Kelvin wants to tile the tabletop. How much tile does he need to cover the tabletop? A. 10 square feet B. 20 square feet C. 25 square feet D. 50 square feet Juanita plants a flower garden. The garden is in the shape of a rectangle. She wants to put fencing around the entire garden. How much fencing does Juanita need? 3. A. 132 feet B. 56 feet C. 50 feet D. 28 feet A row of plaques covers 120 square feet of space along a wall. If the plaques are 3 feet tall, what length of the wall do they cover? A. 360 feet B. 117 feet C. 57 feet D. 40 feet 4. Tricia is cutting out her initial from a piece of felt. How many square centimeters of felt does Tricia need to make her initial? 5. 6. A. 18 square centimeters B. 20 square centimeters C. 21 square centimeters D. 28 square centimeters Chad's bedroom floor is 12 feet long and 10 feet wide. He has an area rug on his floor that is 7 feet long and 5 feet wide. How much of the floor is not covered by the rug? A. 25 square feet B. 85 square feet C. 120 square feet D. 155 square feet Jeff made this arrangement of tiles to model his rectangular desktop. Which of the following is true? 7. A. area = 10 square units B. area = 14 square units C. area = 20 square units D. area = 24 square units Kelly wants to enclose a rectangular area for her dog with 240 feet of fencing. She wants the width to be 20 feet. What will be the length of the rectangular area? A. 24 feet B. 100 feet C. 110 feet D. 200 feet 8. Marcus puts a rectangular poster of his favorite athlete on a wall in his bedroom. What is the perimeter of the poster? 9. A. 42 inches B. 64 inches C. 84 inches D. 432 inches Kyleigh put a rectangular sticker on her notebook. The sticker is 1 inch wide and 5 inches long. What area of the notebook does the sticker cover? A. 1 square inch B. 5 square inches C. 6 square inches D. 12 square inches 10. Susan’s red notebook cover is 20 centimeters by 30 centimeters. She has a sticker for each letter in her name. Each sticker is a square that measures 3 centimeters on each side. She puts all 5 stickers on her notebook. How much of the red notebook cover is still showing? A. 600 square centimeters B. 591 square centimeters C. 585 square centimeters D. 555 square centimeters 11. Ms. Bennett wants to buy new carpeting for her living room and dining room. How much carpet does she need to cover the floor in both rooms? A. 100 square feet B. 550 square feet C. 600 square feet D. 850 square feet 12. Ian hung a square mirror in his locker that measures 6 inches on each side. What is the perimeter of the mirror? A. 6 inches B. 12 inches C. 24 inches D. 36 inches 13. A garage door that is 16 feet wide and 7 feet high is being painted. The door has 3 windows that will not be painted. Each rectangular window is 1 foot high and 3 feet wide. What area of the garage door will be painted? A. 109 square feet B. 106 square feet C. 103 square feet D. 91 square feet 14. Have your teacher print this item for you. Wilma used 25 square centimeters of construction paper to make a card in the shape of a square. She put a lace border around the card. How many inches of lace did Wilma use? _______________________________ 20 centimeters 15. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mrs. Adams wants to build a new section on her house. What is the total area of her house after she adds the new section? _______________________________ 675 square feet 16. Have your teacher print this item for you. The Franklins are laying new sod in their backyard. They want to cover the entire yard except for the patio. The diagram shows the backyard and patio. How many square feet of sod do the Franklins need? _______________________________ 2,000 square feet 17. Have your teacher print this item for you. A farmer planted corn in a square field. One side of the field measures 32 yards. What is the area of the cornfield? _______________________________ 1,024 square yards 18. Have your teacher print this item for you. Lorenzo built a rectangular brick patio. He is putting a stone border around the patio. The patio is 12 feet long and 14 feet wide. What is the perimeter of the patio? _______________________________ 52 feet 19. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mr. Butler posts his students’ art work on a bulletin board. If the width and length of the bulletin board are whole numbers, what could be the dimensions of the bulletin board Mr. Butler uses? _______________________________ Possible answer: 5 feet long by 3 feet wide 20. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mr. Garrison wants to build a house on this lot. What is the area of the lot? _______________________________ 792 square meters 21. Have your teacher print this item for you. Alejandro bought a frame in which to put his family portrait. What was the area of the frame not covered by the portrait? _______________________________ 136 square inches 22. Have your teacher print this item for you. Mrs. Maner bought a new carpet for her dining room. What is the area of Mrs. Maner’s new carpet? _______________________________ 126 square feet 23. Have your teacher print this item for you. A rectangle has a perimeter of 60 inches. If the width of the rectangle is 12 inches, what is its length? _______________________________ 18 inches 24. Have your teacher print this item for you. Bill is drawing a border around the front cover of his photo album. Each side of the photo album is 11 centimeters long. What is the perimeter of the photo album? _______________________________ 44 centimeters 25. Have your teacher print this item for you. A restaurant built a new parking lot. What is the area of the parking lot? _______________________________ 1,100 square yards 26. Have your teacher print this item for you. Diane made a design using only squares. She shaded the inner square and the outer region. Find the total area that is shaded. Explain how you found your answer. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 53 square inches; Possible answer: I found the area of the 12-inch square, subtracted the area of the 10-inch square, then added the area of the 3-inch square. 27. Have your teacher print this item for you. Gary drew a rectangle with a perimeter of 20 inches. What could be the length, width, and area for the rectangle that Gary drew? Use whole-number length sides. ________________________________________ Possible answer: length of 7 inches, width of 3 inches, area of 21 square inches 28. Have your teacher print this item for you. Gary says it is possible to draw two different rectangles that both have a perimeter of 20 inches and the same areas. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer using what you know about area and perimeter. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Possible answer: I disagree. The lengths and widths of other rectangles with a perimeter of 20 in. are: 1 in. and 9 in., 2 in. and 8 in., 4 in. and 6 in., and 5 in. and 5 in. The rectangle in Part A had an area of 21 square in. None of the areas of the other rectangles has an area of 21 square in.

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