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## TEAS math test practice questions

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 Question 1

5,344 − 57

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

 A 5,277 B 5,283 C 5,287 D 5,288 Question 2

3(x − 4) = 18

Solve the equation above. Which of the following is correct?

 A x = 3/2 B x = 22/3 C x = 6 D x = 10

 Question 3

The above is known as what type of graph?

 A Line Graph B Scatterplot C Bar Graph D Histogram Question 4

(5x − 1) (3x + 2)

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

 A 15x2 − 7x + 3 B 15x2 + 7x − 2 C 15x2 + 7x − 3 D 15x2 − 7x − 2

 Question 5

Timmy can usually make six paper airplanes in an hour. However, if he gets interrupted by his parents, he can only make four per hour. His friend John can make seven paper airplanes per hour. One day, Timmy and John decide to have a three-hour long contest to see who can make the most paper airplanes. During the contest, Timmy is interrupted once every hour. John also had to take a break and do chores for an hour. How many more paper airplanes does the winner make?

 A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 Question 6

If a car travels 360 kilometers in 5 hours, how far will it travel in 9 hours?

 A 72 B 268 C 426 D 648

 Question 7

What degrees Fahrenheit is it at 30 degrees Celsius?

Note: °F = (°C * 9/5) + 32

 A 86 B 89 C 92 D 95 Question 8

0.27 x 0.56

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

 A 0.001512 B 0.01512 C 0.1512 D 1.512

 Question 9

At a comic book store, Robert purchased three comics for \$2.65 each. If he paid with a \$20 bill, how much change did he receive?

 A \$10.95 B \$12.05 C \$13.15 D \$13.85 Question 10

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

 A 14/54 B 22/67 C 29/72 D 18/126

 Question 11

Express 5/8 as its closest rounded percentage.

 A 56% B 60% C 63% D 66% Question 12

Amanda wants to paint the walls of a room. She knows that each can of paint contains one gallon. A half gallon will cover a 55 square feet of wall. Each of the four walls is 10 feet high. Two of the walls are 10 feet wide and two of the walls are 15 feet wide. How many 1-gallon buckets of paint does Amanda need to buy in order to fully paint the room?

 A 4 B 5 C 9 D 10

 Question 13

How many millimeters are there in 5 meters?

 A 500 B 5,000 C 50,000 D 500,000 Question 14

0.67 x 0.09?

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

 A 0.000603 B 0.00603 C 0.0603 D 0.603

 Question 15

2 − 8 ÷ (24 ÷ 2) =

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

 A −6 B −¾ C 1 D 2 Question 16

Which type of graph would best indicate the percentage of a school’s annual scholarship fund spent on freshman students?

 A pie chart B line graph C scatter plot D histogram

 Question 17

−1/4, π, 3/8, −0.2

Order the above list of numbers from least to greatest. Which of the following is correct?

 A −0.2, −1/4, 3/8, π B −1/4, −0.2, 3/8, π C −0.2, −1/4, π, 3/8 D −1/4, −0.2, π, 3/8 Question 18

A certain number is 12 more than half a given number. Translate this phrase into a mathematical expression equivalent to the given number if “c” represents the certain number.

 A (12c)/2 B 24/c C (c/2) + 12 D 2(c − 12)

 Question 19

| 2x − 5 | = 19

Which of the following is the solution set for the equation above?

 A {−7, −12} B {7, 12} C {−7, 12} D {7, −12} Question 20

If Maria left a \$10.16 tip on a breakfast that cost \$86.89, approximately what percentage was the tip?

 A 12% B 17% C 25% D 31%

 Question 21

A nurse working at a medical clinic earns \$17.81 per hour. The nurse works three 8-hour shifts and one 12-hour shift every week, and is paid weekly. Weekly deductions are: federal tax \$102.80, state tax \$24.58, federal insurance \$18.13, and family health insurance \$52.15. What is the nurse's take-home pay each week?

 A \$158.54 B \$443.50 C \$514.74 D \$641.16 Question 22

How many imperial gallons are there in 1,400 liters?

Note: 1 kiloliter = 220 imperial gallons

 A 308 B 3,080 C 30,800 D 308,000

 Question 23

Derek purchased concert tickets in the month of June for \$73, \$66, \$96, \$17, and \$66 dollars. Which of the following is an accurate estimate of the total amount he spent on concert tickets in June?

 A \$300 B \$330 C \$360 D \$400 Question 24

5y − 8 > 32

Solve the inequality above. Which of the following is correct?

 A y > 8 B y < 8 C y > 6 D y < 6

 Question 25

There are 48 students studying foreign language at the community college. If the only two foreign languages offered are French and Spanish, and 28 students are studying French, which of the following represents the ratio of students studying Spanish to the total number of foreign language students?

 A 2/7 B 1/2 C 1/3 D 5/12 Question 26

What is 181.5% of 18?

 A 3.267 B 14.67 C 32.67 D 3267

 Question 27

Which of the following is equivalent to 0.0009?

 A 0.0009% B 0.009% C 0.09% D 0.9% Question 28

A father is planning a birthday party for his son. He is expecting a total attendance of 7 adults and 13 children. Food costs will be \$11.00 for each adult and \$5.00 for each child. He will also need to spend \$2.00 per child for party favors. Which of the following is the total cost of the birthday party?

 A \$142.00 B \$168.00 C \$182.00 D \$192.00

 Question 29

7 x 4 + (9 − 6) + 13

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

 A 34 B 37 C 41 D 44 Question 30

Write the number 1906 in Roman numerals.

 A MCMLXVIII B MCMXVI C MCMVI D XIXVI

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