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.
- 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.
- 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.
- A.
3, 4 and 6

- B.
4, 4 amd 6

- C.
4, 5, and 6

- D.
4, 5, and 7

- 19.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- A.
270

- B.
570

- C.
850

- D.
970

- 38.
- 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.
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.
- 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.
- A.
Correct result

- B.
Result too high

- C.
Result too low

- 48.
- A.
Correct result

- B.
Result too high

- C.
Result too low

- 49.
- A.
Extra information

- B.
Missing information

- C.
Both missing and extra information

- D.
The needed information

- 50.
- A.
1

- B.
2

- C.
3

- D.
4