50 Questions

This is a level M practice TABE.

Questions and Answers

- 1.Luis has 19 soft drink cans. His coolers each have space for 6 cans. How many coolers can he fill completely?
- A.
3

- B.
4

- C.
5

- D.
6

- 2.Which of these numbers is a commom factor of 18 and 24?
- A.
3

- B.
4

- C.
5

- D.
7

- 3.
- A.
17

- B.
28

- C.
37

- D.
45

- 4.Which number goes in the blanks to make both numbers sentences true?11 - __ = 77 + __ =11
- A.
4

- B.
5

- C.
6

- D.
7

- 5.Lee has finished reading 4 out of 10 lessons from his assignment. Which fractional part of the lessons has he completed?
- A.
1/10

- B.
1/5

- C.
2/3

- D.
2/5

- 6.Which number goes in the box on the number line?
- A.
89

- B.
91

- C.
93

- D.
87

- 7.Marty needs to pack 32 glasses. Each box holds 6 glasses. How many boxes will be completely full?
- A.
4

- B.
5

- C.
6

- D.
7

- 8.The cost of carrots per pound is
- A.
59 dollars

- B.
72 dollars

- C.
59 cents

- D.
98 cents

- 9.The cost of tomatoes per pound is
- A.
2 cents

- B.
7 cents

- C.
59 cents

- D.
72 cents

- 10.Lynn had 12 stamps, but she used 3 of them to mail letters. Which expression shows how many stamps she still has?
- A.
3 × 12

- B.
12 ÷ 3

- C.
12 - 3

- D.
3 + 12

- 11.LaTina is saving $60 a month for a vacation. She needs to save $540 dollars. How long will it take her to save enough for her vacation?
- A.
6 months

- B.
9 months

- C.
12 months

- D.
18 months

- 12.Anna saves $75 every month. How much will she save in 16 months?
- A.
$91

- B.
$450

- C.
$900

- D.
$1,200

- 13.Ron wrote a check $37.80. Before he wrote the check, his balance was $137.75. What is his new balance?
- A.
100.15

- B.
100.00

- C.
99.95

- D.
175.55

- 14.Ella spends $50 a month for her cell phone. How much does she pay for her cell phone in a year?
- A.
$500

- B.
$600

- C.
$1,000

- D.
$1,200

- 15.Which of these decimals when rounded to the nearest whole number is 54?
- A.
54.81

- B.
52.65

- C.
53.85

- D.
53.40

- 16.A dozen pens costs $5.99. About how much does one pen cost?
- A.
$0.50

- B.
$0.40

- C.
$1.00

- D.
$1.50

- 17.Which of these is the best estimate for the width of a piece of paper?
- A.
1 centimeter

- B.
25 centimeters

- C.
1 meter

- D.
5 meters

- 18.Jason's average hits per game for the last three months are: 3.6, 4.5, and 6.2. What are his averages, rounded to the nearest whole number?
- A.
3, 4 and 6

- B.
4, 4 amd 6

- C.
4, 5, and 6

- D.
4, 5, and 7

- 19.Anya spent $32 of the $63 she received for her birthday. She spent about
- A.
1/4 of the amount

- B.
1/3 of the amount

- C.
1/2 of the amount

- D.
2/3 of the amount

- 20.Which of these measurements is about the same as 100 inches? (Hint: 1 in = 2.54 cm)
- A.
40 centimeters

- B.
250 centimeters

- C.
5 meters

- D.
30 meters

- 21.What temperature does the thermometer show?
- A.
24 degrees

- B.
26 degrees

- C.
28 degrees

- D.
29 degrees

- 22.What temperature does the thermometer show?
- A.
82 degrees

- B.
84 degrees

- C.
88 degrees

- D.
89 degrees

- 23.Which of these measures is closest to length of your thumb?
- A.
1 centimeter

- B.
1 inch

- C.
7 centimeters

- D.
20 inches

- 24.An airplane is scheduled to leave one city at 10:35 a.m. and arrive at another city at 12:15p.m. How long is the scheduled flight?
- A.
1 hour and 20 minutes

- B.
1 hour and 40 minutes

- C.
2 hours and 20 minutes

- D.
2 hours and 45 minutes

- 25.Rick decided to run in a marathon, which is slighty more than 26 miles long. About how many kilometers will he run? (Hint: 1 mi = 1.6 km)
- A.
4 kilometers

- B.
10 kilometers

- C.
41 kilometers

- D.
150 kilometers

- 26.Which of the following figures are simular to the figure in the box?
- A.
Figures 1 and 2

- B.
Figures 2 and 3

- C.
Figures 3 and 4

- D.
Figures 1 and 4

- 27.Which of these solid figures is not named correctly?
- A.
Cube

- B.
Sphere

- C.
Cylinder

- D.
Cone

- 28.Which of these figures shows a line of symmertry?
- A.
1

- B.
2

- C.
3

- D.
4

- 29.Which line creates a line of symmetry in this triangle?
- A.
Line A

- B.
Line B

- C.
Line C

- D.
Line D

- 30.Which of these measurements is equal to the perimeter of the box around the circle?
- A.
12 inches

- B.
144 inches

- C.
4 feet

- D.
3 yards

- 31.Which two parts of the circle are congruent?
- A.
Parts A and B

- B.
Parts B and D

- C.
Parts A and D

- D.
Parts C and D

- 32.According to the graph, how many slices of wheat toast can Jim eat and only consume 270 calories?
- A.
2

- B.
3

- C.
4

- D.
5

- 33.Suppose Jim had wanted a dessert with 520 calories, but he didn't want to add any more calories to his diet. What two items should he not eat?
- A.
Candy bar and soft drink

- B.
Salad and dressing

- C.
Spaghetti and toast

- D.
Toast and yogurt

- 34.Which two players had the same average score?
- A.
Players 1 and 2

- B.
Players 2 and 3

- C.
Players 3 and 4

- D.
Players 1 and 5

- 35.The difference between average scores is greatest between which two players?
- A.
Players 1 and 2

- B.
Players 2 and 3

- C.
Players 3 and 4

- D.
Players 1 and 5

- 36.Shamika agrees to pick up relatives in Oakton and Scottsville. What is the distance from Harrisburg to Bloomington when driving through Oakton and Scottsville?
- A.
450 miles

- B.
550 miles

- C.
725 miles

- D.
775 miles

- 37.From Bloomington, Shamika and her relatives want to take a trip to Springfield. If she drives from Bloomington to Springfield, drops off her relatives in Oakton and Scottsville and returns to Harrisburg, how many miles will she travel going home?
- A.
270

- B.
570

- C.
850

- D.
970

- 38.Jay's monthly payment for a new car would be about 1/2 of his repair expenses from January to April. Which of these could be the amount of Jay's monthly payment for a new car?
- A.
$250.00

- B.
$200.00

- C.
$300.00

- D.
$350.00

- 39.Tim's test scores were 85, 90, 93, and 88. What was his average score?
- A.
80

- B.
86

- C.
89

- D.
94

- 40.A bag contains 5 red marbles, 5 green marbles, and 10 yellow marbles. If you draw a marble at random, what is the probability that it will be red?
- A.
5%

- B.
10%

- C.
25%

- D.
50%

- 41.What is the mean of numbers 20, 25, and 30?
- A.
22

- B.
25

- C.
29

- D.
50

- 42.A bus company records how many people ride a particualar bus each day. The number of riders was 22, 20, 30, 14, and 24. What was the mean numbers of riders?
- A.
18

- B.
22

- C.
28

- D.
30

- 43.Which two figures are missing from this pattern?
- A.
Circle, triangle

- B.
Triangle, circle

- C.
Triangle, square

- D.
Circle, sqaure

- 44.What number is missing from this number pattern?5, 1, 10, 2, 20, 4, __ , 8, 80
- A.
14

- B.
30

- C.
40

- D.
50

- 45.Adriana brought 3 bags of dog food for each of her 3 dogs. Each bag will provide 8 bowls of food. How many bowls of food does Adriana have for her dogs?
- A.
24

- B.
14

- C.
48

- D.
72

- 46.Solve the equation for
*y: y*× 8 = 48- A.
Y = 6

- B.
Y = 1

- C.
Y = 1

- D.
Y = 3

- 47.Your checking account balance was $1,614. After you wrote checks for $515, $85, and $112, you calculated a balance of $902. Using estimation, find which of the following best describes your result.
- A.
Correct result

- B.
Result too high

- C.
Result too low

- 48.A traffic engineer counts the vehicles passing an intersection during a four hour period. The hourly counts were 195, 98, 206, abd 480 vehicles. He reported a total count of 1,079 vechicles. Use estimation to evaluate his result.
- A.
Correct result

- B.
Result too high

- C.
Result too low

- 49.An elephant in a zoo eats about 200 pounds of food every day.About 1/5 of that food is fresh vegetables. Keepers need to decide how many pounds of fresh vegetables they need to order each day to feed all of their elephants. Which of the following describes the information you have to solve this problem?
- A.
Extra information

- B.
Missing information

- C.
Both missing and extra information

- D.
The needed information

- 50.How many even numbers great than zero are there that are less than 31 and divisible by 5?
- A.
1

- B.
2

- C.
3

- D.
4