TEAS Math Practice Test 2023 (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 multiplechoice 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 2023
Test Name  ATI TEAS Practice Test 2023 
Subject  Math 
Total Questions  34 MCQs 
Test type  Sample questions answers 
Topics 

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
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
Q6. What is 2,346 rounded to the nearest 100?
 A. 2,400
 B. 2,000
 C. 3,000
 D. 2,300
Q7. A 4324lb 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
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
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
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
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
Q12. A line that travels from the bottomleft of a graph to the upperright of the graph indicates what kind of relationship between a predictor and a dependent variable?
 A. Positive
 B. Negative
 C. Exponential
 D. Logarithmic
Q13. How many kilometers is 4382 feet?
 A. 1.336 kilometers
 B. 14,376 kilometers
 C. 1.437 kilometers
 D. 13,336 kilometers
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
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 42mile 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 4walled 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. Ninetytwo 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 goodquality 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