# TEAS Math Practice Test 2024 (34 Questions Answers)

TEAS Math Practice Test 2024 (34 Questions Answers):  Try our  Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) TEAS Math Practice Test for free. There are a total of 34 sample multiple-choice questions with answer keys.

The TEAS Mathematics content area tests your ability to perform arithmetic and algebra. You will apply these skills to solving word problems; interpreting charts and graphs; using descriptive statistics to characterize data sets; understanding relationships between numbers; calculating geometric values; and measurements appropriately, including converting from one unit of measure to another.

## TEAS Math Practice Test 2024

 Test Name ATI TEAS Practice Test 2024 Subject Math Total Questions 34 MCQs Test type Sample questions answers Topics Number & Algebra Measurement & Data Time Limit 57 minutes Negative marking no penalty for wrong answers

Q1. Based on a favorable performance review at work, Matt receives a 3/20 increase in his hourly wage. If his original hourly wage is represented by w , which of the following represents his new wage?

• A. 0.15w
• B. 0.85w
• C. 1.12w
• D. 1.15w

Q2. A restaurant employs servers, hosts, and managers in a ratio of 9:2:1. If there are 36 total employees, which of the following is the number of hosts at the restaurant?

• A. 3
• B. 4
• C. 6
• D. 8

Q3. Which statement about the following set is true?

{60, 5, 18, 20, 37, 37, 11, 90, 72}

• A. The median and the mean are equal.
• B. The mean is less than the mode.
• C. The mode is greater than the median.
• D. The median is less than the mean.

Q4. A woman’s dinner bill comes to $48.30. If she adds a 20% tip, which of the following will be her total bill? • A.$9.66
• B. $38.64 • C.$48.30
• D. $57.96 View Correct Answer Answer Key: D Q5. Which of the following lists is in order from least to greatest? • A. (1/7), 0.125, (6/9), 0.60 • B. (1/7), 0.125, 0.60, (6/9) • C. 0.125, (1/7), 0.60, 6/9 • D. 0.125, (1/7), (6/9), 0.60 View Correct Answer Answer Key: C Q6. What is 2,346 rounded to the nearest 100? • A. 2,400 • B. 2,000 • C. 3,000 • D. 2,300 View Correct Answer Answer Key: D Q7. A 4324-lb truck needs to carry a load across a bridge with a legal limit of 6,400 lbs. Which of the following would be the largest load that the truck could legally carry on the bridge? • A. 2,100 lbs • B. 2,000 lbs • C. 2,050 lbs • D. 2,150 lbs View Correct Answer Answer Key: C Q8. A nurse adds 4 g of salt to 20 ml of water to make a saline solution. How much salt should be added to 75 ml of water to make a solution of the same strength? • A. 0.25 g • B. 10 g • C. 15 g • D. 150 g View Correct Answer Answer Key: C Q9. Bernard can make$80 per day. If he needs to make $300 and only works full days, how many days will this take? • A. 2 • B. 3 • C. 4 • D. 5 View Correct Answer Answer Key: C Q10. Using the following diagram, calculate the total circumference, rounding to the nearest decimal place: • A. 25.0 cm • B. 15.7 cm • C. 78.5 cm • D. 31.4 cm View Correct Answer Answer Key: D Q11. Which measure for the center of a small sample set would be most affected by outliers? • A. Mean • B. Median • C. Mode • D. None of the above View Correct Answer Answer Key: A Q12. A line that travels from the bottom-left of a graph to the upper-right of the graph indicates what kind of relationship between a predictor and a dependent variable? • A. Positive • B. Negative • C. Exponential • D. Logarithmic View Correct Answer Answer Key: A Q13. How many kilometers is 4382 feet? • A. 1.336 kilometers • B. 14,376 kilometers • C. 1.437 kilometers • D. 13,336 kilometers View Correct Answer Answer Key: A Q14. Solve the equation x ÷ 7 = x − 36 Which of the following is correct? • A. x = 6 • B. x = 42 • C. x = 126 • D. x = 252 View Correct Answer Answer Key: B Q15. After taxes, a worker earned$15,036 in 7 months. Which of the following is the amount the worker earned in 2 months?

• A. $2,148 • B.$4,296
• C. $6,444 • D.$8,592

16. If m represents a car’s average mileage in miles per gallon, p represents the price of gas in dollars per gallon, and d represents a distance in miles, which of the following algebraic equations represents the cost, c, of gas per mile?

• A. c = dp/m
• B. c = p/m
• C. c = mp/d
• D. c = m/p

Q17. Melissa is ordering fencing to enclose a square area of 5625 square feet. Which of the following is the number of feet of fencing she needs?

• A. 75 feet
• B. 150 feet
• C. 300 feet
• D. 5,625 feet

Q18. Tamara reads 40 pages of a novel in 52 minutes. How long will it take her to read a novel of 200 pages?

• A. 2 hours, 40 minutes
• B. 3 hours, 50 minutes
• C. 4 hours, 10 minutes
• D. 4 hours, 20 minutes

Q19. Renay rode her bike 3.2 miles in 12 minutes. At this rate, how long will it take her to ride the entire 42-mile trip from her house to Santa Fe?

• A. 157.5 min
• B. 1.57 hr
• C. 217 min
• D. 2.57 hr

Q20. Adam is painting the outside of a 4-walled shed. The shed is 5 feet wide, 4 feet deep, and 7 feet high. Which of the following is the amount of paint Adam will need for the four walls?

• A. 80 ft.
• B. 126 ft.
• C. 140 ft.
• D. 560 ft.

Q21. A circular swimming pool has a circumference of 49 feet. Which of the following is the diameter of the pool?

• A. 15.6 feet
• B. 17.8 feet
• C. 49 feet
• D. 153.9 feet

Q22. What is the slope of the line AB ?

• A. 3/2
• B. 1/2
• C. 3/4
• D. 2/3

Q23. Sergio had twelve fewer credits than five times what Joanna had. Which of the following expressions describes the number of Sergio’s credits?

• A. 12x – 5
• B. 5x + 12
• C. 5(12x)
• D. 5x – 12

Q24. Ninety-two dollars added to five times Herbert’s weekly salary is less than Mrs. Morton’s weekly salary of \$1,119. Which of the following
describes this situation?

• A. 5s – 92 > 1119
• B. 5s + 92 < 1119
• C. (5s)92 < 1119
• D. 5s + 92 > 1119

The circle graph shows time allocation in hours for nurses on Floor 3 at the Sound Shore Hospital. Use this graph for the following two problems.

Q25. What percentage of the time do nurses spend on prep work and paperwork?

• A. 12%
• B. 36%
• C. 17.5%
• D. 48.5%

Q26. One nursing textbook states that nurses in a good-quality facility will spend at least 60% of their time in patient care, but in the best facilities, nurses devote over 70% of their time to patient care. What can you conclude about Sound Shore Hospital from the graph on the previous page?

• A. The hospital rates are substandard.
• B. The hospital is rated good but not the best.
• C. Sound Shore rates among the best hospitals.
• D. Sound Shore rates above even the best hospitals.

Q27. Simplify the expression. (4.71 × 10³ ) − (2.98 × 10²) Which of the following is correct?

• A. 1.73 × 10
• B. 4.412 × 10²
• C. 1.73 × 10³
• D. 4.412 × 10³

Q28. Which of the following is not a negative value?

• A. (−3)(−1)(2)(−1)
• B. 14 – 7 + (−7)
• C. 7 – 10 + (−8)
• D. −5(−2)(−3)

Q29. Simplify the expression. 10² – 7 (3 – 4) – 25 Which of the following is correct?

• A. −12
• B. 2
• C. 68
• D. 82

Q30. Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?

\frac{5² (3) + 3(-2)²}{4 + 3² - 2(5 - 8)}
• A. 9/8
• B. 87/19
• C. 9
• D. 21/2

The table below shows Hector’s scores from seven different judges in a gymnastics competition. Use this table to answer the next two questions.

Q31. Which was greater, Hector’s median score or mode score? By how much?

• A. The mode was 0.15 greater than the median.
• B. The mode and median were both the same, 8.6.
• C. The mode was 0.15 less than the median.
• D. The mode was 0.5 greater than the median.

Q32. Which score change would push the mean value of Hector’s scores to 9.0 or above?

• A. Judge 1 increasing her score to 9.5.
• B. Judge 2 increasing his score by 2.1.
• C. Judge 5 decreasing her score by 0.5 to 9.0.
• D. Judge 2 increasing his score to 9.5.

Q33. Which of the following pairs of variables has a negative covariance?

• A. x = number of snowfalls in one winter, y = number of snow shovels sold
• B. x = number of hours Reza works in a month, y = amount of Reza’s paycheck
• C. x = time spent running on a treadmill, y = number of calories burned
• D. x = number of customers renting a room in a motel, y = number of rooms available

A basketball court has two areas on either end called the keys or the free throw lanes. A diagram of a free throw lane is shown below.

Q34. What is the total perimeter measurement of the free throw lane?

• A. 80.84 ft
• B. 68.84 ft
• C. 56 ft
• D. 87.68 ft

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