ATI TEAS Math Review

IntroductionFree ATI TEAS VI Math Diagnostic Test1 Quiz

Numbers and AlgebraPerform Operations and Solve RealWorld Problems with Rational Numbers (Whole Numbers, Decimals, & Fractions)12 Lessons12 Quizzes

Even and Odd Rules Video Lesson

Order of Operations Video Lesson

Word Problems with Whole Numbers

Adding and Subtracting Decimals Video Lesson

Multiplying and Dividing Decimals Video Lesson

Word Problems with Decimals Video Lesson

Expanding Fractions Video Lesson

Simplifying Fractions Video Lesson

Converting Between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Video Lesson

Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers Video Lesson

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Video Lesson

MultiStep Word Problems with Fractions and Mixed Numbers Video Lesson

Even and Odd Rules Video Lesson
This ATI TEAS Math Diagnostic Test contains 36 questions that mimic the content, format, and difficulty of the real exam. At the end of the test, you will receive a detailed score report that breaks down your performance by topic, so you will know exactly which math topics you need to brush up on to quickly improve your score.
Don’t worry if you don’t score as high as you would like. We cover EVERYTHING in the subsequent quizzes so you’ll have lots of opportunities to learn, practice, and improve! 🙌
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 Adding & Subtracting Decimals 0%
 Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers 0%
 Area and Perimeter: Circles 0%
 Calculate Geometric Quantities 0%
 Converting Between Celsius and Fahrenheit 0%
 Converting Between Fractions and Decimals 0%
 Even and Odd Number Rules 0%
 Finding 100% 0%
 Finding Percent of a Whole 0%
 Finding Percentage 0%
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 Multiplying & Dividing Decimals 0%
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 Scaling 0%
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 Standard to Standard Conversions – Liquid 0%
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 Word Problems with Decimals 0%
 Word Problems with Estimation and Rounding 0%
 Word Problems with Statistics 0%
 Writing Expressions and Equations 0%
 Writing Inequalities 0%

Keep your head up! You will quickly, easily, and dramatically improve your score by working through the lessons and quizzes in this course. You are going to crush this test and we are going to be with you every step of the way.
Use the score report below to formulate your study plan of attack.
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Congratulations! You have completed the diagnostic test and are well on your way to beating the ATI TEAS!
Use the score report below to formulate your study plan of attack. The quizzes that follow are organized by topic so you can focus on improving in specific areas of need.
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Question 1 of 38
1. Question
3(7^{2 }+ 5) ÷ 6 – 3
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Question 2 of 38
2. Question
Solve 68.567 – 13 – 2.43
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Question 3 of 38
3. Question
A soccer team with 16 players gets a donation of $7,296 from a small local business to share equally. Each of the team members agrees to donate $137 to a local charity, pay $117 towards transportation for the team, and to spend $32 on dinner. How much money will each player have left?
Please do not include the dollar sign in your answer.
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Question 4 of 38
4. Question
Solve 25.66 × 8.342
Please round to the nearest hundredth.
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Question 5 of 38
5. Question
Max has 2.5 times the number of marbles that Jacob has. Jacob has 34 marbles. Steven has 0.2 times the number of marbles that Max has. How many marbles does Steven have?
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Question 6 of 38
6. Question
Solve 1 ^{3}/_{10}+ 2 ^{5}/_{8}
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Question 7 of 38
7. Question
3 ^{5}/_{8} × 2 ^{2}/_{5} =
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Question 8 of 38
8. Question
The city’s population has grown by ^{1}/_{6} in 2020, and in 2021 it has grown by another ^{2}/_{5} from 2020. If in 2019 the population was 155,880 people, what has it become in 2021?
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Question 9 of 38
9. Question
If two even numbers are added to an odd number and the result is multiplied by an odd number, which of the following could be the result?
Please select all that apply.
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Question 10 of 38
10. Question
What is ^{15}/_{8} as a decimal?
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Question 11 of 38
11. Question
Write 0.932 as a fraction.
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Question 12 of 38
12. Question
Oscar ordered food delivery for his family dinner. The total of the order was $122.19. If he was charged a 7% service fee and gave a 15% tip on the bill after the service fee, what was the final total of his order?
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Question 13 of 38
13. Question
An emergency room patient’s heart rate dropped 30% to 63 beats per minute. What was the patient’s heart rate prior to the drop in beats per minute?
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Question 14 of 38
14. Question
An event coordinator has a budget of $680. If she spent $75 on balloons and $65 on invitations, what percent of her budget does she have left?
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Question 15 of 38
15. Question
Order the following fractions from least to greatest: – ^{5}/_{6}; ^{1}/_{6}; ^{1}/_{2}; ^{1}/_{9}
Drag the fractions into the correct order, with the least number being at the top and the greatest number being on the bottom.

^{1}/_{2}

^{1}/_{6}

^{1}/_{9}

^{5}/_{6}
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Question 16 of 38
16. Question
Order from least to greatest: 2.4, 2 ^{5}/_{6}, ^{12}/_{15}, ^{17}/_{8}, 217%
Drag the numbers into the correct order, with the least number being at the top and the greatest number being at the bottom.
, , , ,

2 ^{5}/_{6}

2.4

217%

^{12}/_{15}

^{17}/_{8}
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Question 17 of 38
17. Question
Solve for x:
2(3x – 1) – 2(x + 5) = 12CorrectIncorrect 
Question 18 of 38
18. Question
2x + 5y = 19
4x + 3y = 17What are the values of x and y?
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Question 19 of 38
19. Question
What is the largest number that still rounds to 154?
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Question 20 of 38
20. Question
Ivy spends $5.85 for 3 pounds of fruit and $9.00 for 2.7 pounds of vegetables. Approximate the average cost per pound Ivy spent on the fruits and vegetables.
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Question 21 of 38
21. Question
For 3 shifts, the worker collects 14 devices. He collected a batch of devices in 18 shifts. How many devices were there in this batch?
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Question 22 of 38
22. Question
If 17 dollars is equivalent to 266 Egyptian Pounds, how many Pounds would you get with $121?
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Question 23 of 38
23. Question
On a recent road trip, Orlando drove an unknown number of miles during his first week. He then drove fifteen more miles in his second week and twentyfive fewer miles in his third week when compared to the first week. Write an expression that represents the total number of miles that Orlando drove in the 3week road trip.
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Question 24 of 38
24. Question
School shirts cost $6.50 each and pants cost $12 each. Thomas has $64 for his school uniform. Write an inequality to find combinations for how many shirts and pants Thomas can buy.
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Question 25 of 38
25. Question
Solve for x:
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Question 26 of 38
26. Question
– 4 – 5(x – 3) + 5
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Question 27 of 38
27. Question
The table below shows the scores of 5 students at an exam:
Name of student Score (Out of 100) Aditi 76 Imran 85 Mark 93 Aleena 56 Josh 61 Which of the following statements correctly describes the above information? Please select all that apply.
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Question 28 of 38
28. Question
What is the area of a circle with a radius of 9 in? (Use 3.14 for π)
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Question 29 of 38
29. Question
What is the area of the following shape?
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Question 30 of 38
30. Question
Jessica is wrapping a gift in a rectangular box with gift wrapping paper for a birthday party. The box is 11 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 5 inches tall. How much gift wrapping paper will she need to wrap the box?
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Question 31 of 38
31. Question
Carrie buys a can of paint from the local hardware store. The radius of the paint can is 4 inches and it is 11 inches tall. If the paint can is only onehalf full, what is the volume of paint inside it?
V = π × r² × h
Use 3.14 for π.
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Question 32 of 38
32. Question
855 m is equal to _______ km
Please type in only your numerical answer below.
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Question 33 of 38
33. Question
92 pounds is equal to how many kilograms? Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary.
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Question 34 of 38
34. Question
Convert 21.4 °C into °F.
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Question 35 of 38
35. Question
7 gallons are equal to _____ ounces
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Question 36 of 38
36. Question
The scale on a blueprint for a house is 1.2 in : 6 yd.
If one side of the house is 15 inches long on the blueprint, what is the actual length of the side of the house?
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Question 37 of 38
37. Question
13 centimeters is equal to how many inches? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
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Question 38 of 38
38. Question
93 m is equal to _______ km
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