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## 10 Sample ATI TEAS** **6 Math Practice Questions

1- If a rectangle is 30 feet by 45 feet, what is its area?

A. 1,350

B. 870

C. 1,000

D. 1,250

2- If \(x\) is \(25\%\) percent of 250, what is \(x\)?

A. 35

B. 95.5

C. 62.5

D. 150

3- The width of a garden is \(5.48\) yards. How many meters is the width of that garden?

A. 5.01 m

B. 301.1 m

C. 57.4 m

D. 195.1 m

4- The oven temperature reaches \(55^\circ\)C. what’s is the temperature in degree Fahrenheit?

\(C =\frac{5}{9} (F -32)\)

A. \(55^\circ\) F

B. \(131^\circ\) F

C. \(77^\circ\) F

D. \(95^\circ\) F

5- How many meters is \(27356\) centimeters?

A. 27.356 m

B. 2.735600 m

C. 273.5600 m

D. 2735.600 m

6- If a rectangular swimming pool has a perimeter of 112 feet and is 22 feet wide, what is its area?

A. 1,496

B. 90

C. 2,464

D. 748

7- Find the mean of 112, 420, 322, 176, 390, and 235.

A. 250.5

B. 275.833 …

C. 277.5

D. 292

8- Solve the proportion \(\frac{2.5}{3.2}=\frac{x}{5.6}\).

A. 3.457

B. 1.745

C. 2.547

D. 4.375

9- The equation of a line is given as: \(y = 5x – 3\). Which of the following points does not lie on the line?

A. \((1, 2)\)

B. \((–2, –13)\)

C. \((3, 18)\)

D. \((2, 7)\)

10- If two angles in a triangle measure 50 degrees and 42 degrees, what is the value of the third angle?

A. 88 Degrees

B. 42 Degrees

C. 92 Degrees

D. 112 Degrees

11- Ella (E) is 4 years older than her friend Ava (A) who is 3 years younger than her sister Sofia (S). If E, A and S denote their ages, which one of the following represents the given information?

A. \(\begin{cases}E=A+4\\S=A-3\end{cases}\)

B. \(\begin{cases}E=A+4\\A=S+3\end{cases}\)

C. \(\begin{cases}A=E+4\\S=A-3\end{cases}\)

D. \(\begin{cases}E=A+4\\A=S-3\end{cases}\)

12- Which of the following point is the solution of the system of equations?

\(\begin{cases}-2x- y = -9\\5x-2y= 18\end{cases}\)

A. \((-1, 2)\)

B. \((4, 1)\)

C. \((1, 4)\)

D. \((4, -2)\)

13- A number is chosen at random from 1 to 25. Find the probability of not selecting a composite number.

A. \(\frac{9}{25}\)

B. \(25\)

C. \(\frac{2}{5}$\)

D. \(1\)

14- Last Friday Jacob had $32.52. Over the weekend he received some money for cleaning the attic. He now has $44. How much money did he receive?

A. $76.52

B. $11.48

C. $32.08

D. $12.58

15- Simplify : \(\frac{\frac{1}{2}-\frac{x+5}{4}}{\frac{x^2}{2}-\frac{5}{2}}\)

A. \(\frac{3 – x}{x^2 – 10}\)

B. \(\frac{3 – x}{2x^2 – 10}\)

C. \(\frac{3 + x}{x^2 – 10}\)

D. \(\frac{-3 – x}{2x^2 – 10}\)

16- In the simplest form, \(\frac{26}{14}\) equals to:

A. \(\frac{3}{7}\)

B. \(\frac{7}{3}\)

C. \(\frac{13}{7}\)

D. \(\frac{7}{13}\)

17- \(\frac{13}{23}\) is equal to:

A. 5.20

B. 0.52

C. 0.05

D. 0.50

18- What is the sum of 231.07, 729.41 and 302.13?

A. 1,126.16

B. 1,622.061

C. 1,262.61

D. 1,226.06

19- A circle has a diameter of 3.8 inches. What is its approximate circumference?

A. 11

B. 12

C. 13

D. 14

20- What is 8923.2769 rounded to the nearest tenth?

A. 8923.3

B. 8923.277

C. 8923

D. 8923.27

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## Answers:

1- **A**

Area of a rectangle = width × length = \(30 × 45 = 1,350\)

2- **C**

\(\frac{25}{100} × 250 = 62.5\)

3-** A**

\(m=\frac{yd}{1.0936}\)

\(m=\frac{5.48}{1.0936}== 5.010912\)

4- **B**

\(C =\frac{5}{9} (F -32)\)

\(495 = 5F – 160\)

\(495 + 160 = 5F \)

\(\frac{495+ 160}{5}=F\)

\(\frac{655 }{5}=F\)

\(F=131\)

5- **C**

\(27356 × 0.01 = 273.56\)

6- **D**

\(P = 2(x + y)\)

\(A = x .y\)

\(P = 2(x + y) → 112 = 2(22 + y) →112 = 44 + 2y→ 68 = 2y → y = 34\)

\(A = 22 × 34 = 748\)

7- **B**

Mean=\(\frac{sum \space of \space the \space data}{of \space data \space entires}=\frac{112+ 420+ 322+176+ 390+235}{6}=\frac{1655}{6}= 275.833\)

8- **D**

\(\frac{2.5}{3.2}=\frac{x}{5.6}\)

\(x=\frac{2.5 ×5.6}{3.2}=\frac{14}{3.2}== 4.375\)

9- **C**

Let’s review the choices provided. Put the values of x and y in the equation.

A. (1, 2) ⇒ \(x = 1 ⇒ y = 2\) This is true!

B. (−2, −13) ⇒ \(x = -2 ⇒ y = -13\) This is true!

C. (3, 18) ⇒ \(x = 3 ⇒ y = 12\) This is not true!

D. (2, 7) ⇒ \(x = 2 ⇒ y = 7\) This is true!

10- **A**

\(50^\circ + 42^\circ = 92^\circ\)

\(180^\circ – 92^\circ = 88^\circ\)

11- **D**

\(E = 4 + A\)

\(A = S – 3\)

12- **B**

\(\begin{cases}-2x- y = -9\\5x-2y= 18\end{cases}\)

⇒ Multiplication (–2) in first equation ⇒

\(\begin{cases}4x +2y =18\\5x-2y= 18\end{cases}\)

Add two equations together ⇒ \(9x =36 ⇒ x= 4\) then:

\(y = 1\)

13- **A**

\(\frac{9}{25}\)

14- **B**

\($44 – $32.52 = 11.48\)

15- **D**

\(\frac{\frac{1}{2}-\frac{x+5}{4}}{\frac{x^2}{2}-\frac{5}{2}}=\frac{\frac{1}{2}-\frac{x+5}{4}}{\frac{x^2-5}{2}}\)

\(\frac{2(\frac{1}{2}-\frac{x+5}{4})}{x^2-5}\)

⇒Simplify:

\(\frac{1}{2}-\frac{x+5}{4}=\frac{- x – 3}{4}\)

Then:

\(\frac{2(\frac{-x-3}{4})}{x^2-5}=\frac{\frac{-x-3}{2}}{x^2-5}=\frac{-x – 3}{2(x^2 – 5)}=\frac{-x – 3}{2x^2 – 10}\)

16- **C**

\(\frac{26}{14}=\frac{13}{7}\)

17- **B**

\(\frac{13}{23}=0.52\)

18- **C**

\(231.07 + 729.41 + 302.13 = 1262.61\)

19- **B**

Diameter \(= 2r ⇒ 3.8 = 2r ⇒ r = 1.9\)

Circumference \(= 2πr ⇒ C = 2π(1.9) ⇒ C = 3.8π = 11.932 \cong 12\)

20- **A**

\(8923.3\)

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