# TABE: Hardest Math Practice Test!

90 Questions | Total Attempts: 13499  Settings  Practice TABE Level D, is a timed quiz set to gauge your simple mathematics understanding. It comprises of questions on whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. If you are preparing for an exam, this is a good tool for practice.

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• 1.
3 - 0.3 =
• A.

0

• B.

3.3

• C.

2.7

• D.

None of these

• 2.
49.4 × 17.7=
• A.

874.38

• B.

87.438

• C.

8743.8

• D.

67.1

• E.

None of These

• 3.
655.54 - 288.65=
• A.

36.689

• B.

366.89

• C.

3668.9

• D.

3.669

• E.

None of These

• 4.
0.606 ÷  0.15
• A.

7.56

• B.

404

• C.

40.4

• D.

4.04

• E.

None of These

• 5.
9.842 ÷ 1.9 =
• A.

51.8

• B.

0.518

• C.

518

• D.

5.18

• E.

None of These

• 6.
602 - 227.7
• A.

374.3

• B.

3743

• C.

3.743

• D.

37.43

• E.

None of These

• 7.
90.2 × 8.9
• A.

8.0278

• B.

8027.8

• C.

802.78

• D.

80278

• E.

None of These

• 8.
• A.

12/18

• B.

2/3

• C.

1 7/20

• D.

12/40

• 9.
6/9 + 2/9=
• A.

4/9

• B.

8/9

• C.

8/18

• D.

1 1/3

• E.

None of These

• 10.
8/9 - 5/18=
• A.

3/9

• B.

11/18

• C.

3/18

• D.

None of These

• 11.
-3 + 4 =
• A.

-7

• B.

7

• C.

1

• D.

-1

• 12.
-3 + -15=
• A.

‾18

• B.

18

• C.

12

• D.

‾12

• 13.
-14 + 13 =
• A.

-1

• B.

1

• C.

-27

• D.

None of These

• 14.
-4 × -10=
• A.

40

• B.

-40

• C.

14

• D.

-14

• 15.
-9 × 2=
• A.

18

• B.

-18

• C.

-7

• D.

-11

• 16.
138 × 8=
• A.

1086

• B.

1104

• C.

1114

• D.

1044

• E.

None of These

• 17.
36 × 47=
• A.

1692

• B.

1592

• C.

1892

• D.

369

• E.

None of These

• 18.
2130 ÷ 30 =
• A.

71

• B.

710

• C.

701

• D.

91

• E.

None of these

• 19.
1037 × 6=
• A.

6204

• B.

6082

• C.

6122

• D.

6222

• E.

None of These

• 20.
234 × 84=
• A.

19565

• B.

19346

• C.

2828

• D.

21756

• E.

19656

• 21.
37 × 49=
• A.

1803

• B.

490

• C.

1813

• D.

1780

• E.

None of These

• 22.
65 ÷ 9=
• A.

6 R2

• B.

7 R1

• C.

7 R2

• D.

8

• E.

None of These

• 23.
589 ÷ 14 =
• A.

42 R1

• B.

40 R2

• C.

42

• D.

40 R9

• E.

None of These

• 24.
188 ÷ 7=
• A.

24

• B.

26 R6

• C.

26 R7

• D.

27 R6

• E.

None of These

• 25.
413 ÷ 8=
• A.

51 R5

• B.

51 R8

• C.

52

• D.

52 R5

• E.

None of These

• 26.
3.7 + 2.2=
• A.

5.9

• B.

0.59

• C.

5.72

• D.

5.27

• E.

None of These

• 27.
3/5 × 2/3=
• A.

1/10

• B.

9/10

• C.

2 1/5

• D.

2/5

• E.

None of These

• 28.
5/6 × 7=
• A.

3 5/6

• B.

7/12

• C.

5 5/6

• D.

3 1/3

• E.

None of These

• 29.
3/4 ÷ 1/2=
• A.

3/8

• B.

1/2

• C.

1 1/2

• D.

2/3

• E.

None of These

• 30.
2/7 ÷ 5=
• A.

2/35

• B.

1/17

• C.

1 3/7

• D.

3 3/7

• E.

None of These

• 31.
26 - (-3)=
• A.

-23

• B.

29

• C.

-29

• D.

23

• E.

None of These

• 32.
-76 ÷ -4=
• A.

-14

• B.

14

• C.

-18

• D.

18

• E.

None of These

• 33.
-80 ÷ -5=
• A.

-14

• B.

14

• C.

-16

• D.

16

• E.

None of These

• 34.
80% of 32=
• A.

2.56

• B.

0.256

• C.

256.0

• D.

25.6

• E.

None of These

• 35.
• A.

0.9

• B.

225.0

• C.

90.0

• D.

2.25

• E.

None of These

• 36.
60% of 43 =
• A.

25.0

• B.

250.0

• C.

2.5

• D.

0.25

• E.

None of These

• 37.
40% of \$8.50=
• A.

\$21.25

• B.

\$3.40

• C.

\$34.00

• D.

\$2.12

• E.

None of These

• 38.
70% of ___ =91
• A.

76

• B.

13

• C.

760

• D.

130

• E.

None of These

• 39.
Which of the following equation is an example of the associative property?
• A.

8+(2×3)=(8×2)+(8×3)

• B.

8+2=2+8

• C.

8+(2+3)=(8+2)+3

• D.

8+(2+3)=(8+2)×3

• 40.
Which is another way to show 650?
• A.

(6×100) + (5×10)

• B.

6 hundred fifteen

• C.

600+5

• D.

Six hundred fifty tens

• 41.
Which of these is five hundred six thousand three hundred forty-two?
• A.

560,000,342

• B.

506,342

• C.

506,000,342

• D.

560,342

• 42.
Which of the following numbers shows the factors of 6?
• A.

1,2,3,6

• B.

2,3,6

• C.

6,12,18

• D.

1,6,12,18

• 43.
Which number has no remainder when divided by 4?
• A.

105

• B.

106

• C.

107

• D.

108

• 44.
Which of the following equation is an example of the distributive property?
• A.

8×(2×3)=(8×2)+(8×3)

• B.

8+(2×3)=(8×2)+(8×3)

• C.

8×(2+3)=(8×2)+(8×3)

• D.

8+(2+3)=(8+2)×3

• 45.
Mr. Rodriguez has 12 students in his class. Ms. Jones has 11 students, Mr. Marks has 37. If you estimate by rounding to the nearest ten, what numbers should you use for the number of students?
• A.

10,10,30

• B.

10,20,40

• C.

10,20,40

• D.

10,10,40

• 46.
Bob walks around a block. The block is 200 feet wide and 1,000 feet long. How many feet did he walk?
• A.

1,200

• B.

2,400

• C.

200,000

• D.

4,000,000,000

• 47.
• A.

23,000

• B.

23,040

• C.

23,050

• D.

23,100

• 48.
Which of these is the best estimation of the diameter of a bicycle wheel?
• A.

2 inches

• B.

20 inches

• C.

40 inches

• D.

60 inches

• 49.
Juan has a pamphlet that is 3in. × 8in. He wants to put them in plastic bags. What is a good estimate of the size of bags?
• A.

3cm × 8cm

• B.

8cm × 21cm

• C.

1m × 2m

• D.

3m × 8m

• 50.
Jessica wants to paint her kitchen ceiling. The ceiling measures 8ft. by 9ft. minus a vent that is about 1 square foot. What is a good estimate of the paintable ceiling area?
• A.

Less than 70ft²

• B.

Greater than 70ft² , less that 72ft²

• C.

Greater than 72ft² , but less that 74ft²

• D.

Greater than 74ft²

• 51.
Mike runs about 3 miles roundtrip. He runs 4 times each week. What is the best estimate of how many miles he runs in a month?
• A.

12 miles

• B.

120 miles

• C.

28 miles

• D.

48 miles

• 52.
How much are the taxes according to the bill below?
• A.

\$0.23

• B.

\$0.52

• C.

\$1.48

• D.

\$2.00

• E.

None of these

• 53.
About how much is the total cost of the following items: a shirt for \$12, a tie for \$9, and a pair of shoes for \$29.
• A.

\$50

• B.

\$40

• C.

\$60

• D.

\$30

• 54.
What number should go in the box?
• A.

19

• B.

21

• C.

22

• D.

23

• 55.
How many tiles are there?
• A.

17

• B.

34

• C.

63

• D.

72

• 56.
What time is 40 minuets ago?
• A.

10:15

• B.

9:35

• C.

3:53

• D.

3:13

• 57.
What is the shortest driving time for the shortest route between Decimal Canyon and Mathburg?
• A.

90 min

• B.

1 hour 30 minutes

• C.

2 hours

• D.

1 hour 20 minutes

• E.

None of these

• 58.
You plan to call some friends in New York before you leave California. If you call at 9:30 a.m., what time will it be in New York?
• A.

12:30 a.m.

• B.

12:30 p.m.

• C.

6:30a.m.

• D.

6:30p.m.

• E.

None of these

• 59.
What is the volume of this figure?
• A.

14

• B.

56

• C.

64

• D.

None of these

• 60.
• A.

60 ft

• B.

75 ft

• C.

80 ft

• D.

95 ft

• 61.
The average of 4,7,9,16, and 12 would be between
• A.

In between 4 and 16

• B.

Less than 4

• C.

Greater than 16

• D.

None of these

• 62.
Mr. Marks took a survey to see which dessert everyone liked the best. He had a student record all the data below. Which step would lead to finding how many more students liked ice cream better than cookies?
• A.

Sum up all the numbers under ice cream. Sum up all the numbers under cookie. Then subtract the two numbers.

• B.

Subtract the numbers under ice cream and cookie from each row.

• C.

Sum up all the numbers under ice cream. Sum up all the numbers under cookie. Then multiply the two numbers.

• D.

Sum up all the numbers under ice cream. Sum up all the numbers under cookie. Then divide the two numbers.

• 63.
What is the measure of the missing angle?
• A.

10

• B.

12

• C.

14

• D.

16

• 64.
The table shows "input" numbers that have been changed by a certain rule to get "output" numbers. What number is missing from the table?
• A.

10

• B.

11

• C.

12

• D.

13

• 65.
Chelsea gets paid \$2,000 a month. In which equation is d the total amount of money she gets paid in a year?
• A.

D/12=2000

• B.

2000d=12

• C.

12×2000=d

• D.

2000/12=d

• 66.
• A.

FBM

• B.

Med

• C.

CCC

• D.

FBM and CCC

• 67.
Tutoring takes ___ times as much as paper work.
• A.

2

• B.

3

• C.

10

• D.

None of These

• 68.
In week 3, the completion percentage from the least to greatest are:
• A.

Rosemary, Sean, Daisy

• B.

Rosemary, Daisy, Sean

• C.

Daisy, Sean, Rosemary

• D.

Sean, Daisy, Rosemary

• 69.
Draw in the figure that would complete the last square. A BC  D
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 70.
Fill in the blank. 0.32 ¡ 0.320
• A.

• B.

>

• C.

=

• D.

None of these

• 71.
Jarred had a \$10 bill, a \$ 5 bill, two \$1 bills and 3 nickels. He spends \$3.75 on a hot link. How much money does he have left?
• A.

16.15

• B.

17.15

• C.

14.50

• D.

13.40

• 72.
According to the graph, which city has the highest temperature in March?
• A.

Boston

• B.

Phoenix

• C.

San Francisco

• D.

San Jose

• 73.
Find the diameter of the circle below.
• A.

4.8 m

• B.

9.6 m

• C.

15.072 m

• D.

30.144 m

• E.

None of these

• 74.
Find the circumference of the circle below. (Hint: c = pd)
• A.

14.758

• B.

147.58

• C.

29.516

• D.

295.16

• 75.
Sherry works as an office clerk. She had to widen the paper margin to 5/8". In order to adjust this in the computer, she has to convert it into a decimal. What should she enter?
• A.

0.58

• B.

0.508

• C.

0.625

• D.

62.5

• 76.
• A.

5%

• B.

9%

• C.

18%

• D.

20%

• 77.
You are hired as an accountant for a large company. At the end of the year, you are doing a report with the following pie chart, which represents a total of 20 million dollars in taxes.   According to the graph, how much is the corporate income tax?
• A.

\$10 million

• B.

\$2 million

• C.

\$1 million

• D.

\$200,000

• E.

None of these

• 78.
Your landscaper lawned 1/3 of the grass in the morning and 1/4 of the grass in the afternoon. What fraction of the lawn is not yet mowed?
• A.

5/12

• B.

7/12

• C.

1/3

• D.

1/4

• E.

None of these

• 79.
A room measures 8 3/4 ft by 9 1/3 ft. What is the approximate area of the room?
• A.

63 sq. ft.

• B.

72 sq. ft.

• C.

81 sq. ft.

• D.

90 sq. ft.

• E.

None of these

• 80.
The distance across the widest part of a circle is known as
• A.

• B.

Diameter

• C.

Circumference

• D.

Area

• E.

None of these

• 81.
What percents of the work week is spent on tutoring?
• A.

15.0%

• B.

30.0%

• C.

37.5%

• D.

40.0%

• 82.
Below is Lisa's timecard for the week. Which day did she work the longest?
• A.

Tuesday

• B.

Wednesday

• C.

Thursday

• D.

Friday

• E.

None of these

• 83.
Find the median of 14.5, 16, 12.3, 8 and 11.7
• A.

8

• B.

11.7

• C.

12.3

• D.

14.5

• E.

None of these

• 84.
The table shows “input” numbers that have been changed by a certain rule to get “output” numbers. What number is missing from the table? Rule: Multiply by 2, then subtract 3.
• A.

6

• B.

7

• C.

8

• D.

9

• E.

None of these

• 85.
The Santa Cruz Mystery Spot is a mysterious place and opens seven days a week. The admission tickets are \$5. If last week the Mystery Spot sold \$5,150 worth of tickets, which expression can be used to find the average number of visitors to the Mystery Spot each day?
• A.

Total paid ÷ 5 ÷ 7

• B.

Total paid ÷ 5 × 7

• C.

Total paid × 5 ÷ 7

• D.

Total paid × 5 × 7

• E.

None of these

• 86.
You can type 75 wpm. At 9:30 a.m. your boss gave you a 12-page report to type. Each page has 500 words. The deadline is 11:30 a.m. Can you make it?
• A.

Extra information

• B.

Missing information

• C.

Both extra and mission information

• D.

The needed information

• 87.
1 1/4 - 1/2 =
• A.

1 1/4

• B.

1/4

• C.

3/4

• D.

1/4

• E.

None of these

• 88.
|-5 - -7| =
• A.

2

• B.

-2

• C.

12

• D.

-12

• E.

None of these

• 89.
It took 8 hours for Ivan to travel from Washington D.C. to San Francisco. He spent 1.75 hours getting to the airport, 2.4 hours waiting for his plane, and the rest of the time in the air. If it is 2,244 miles from Washington D. C. to San Francisco, which steps will lead to finding the plane’s average speed?
• A.

Subtract 1.75 and 2.4 from 8 and dividing 2,244 by the result.

• B.

Divide 2,244 by 8 and subtract 1.75 plus 2.4

• C.

Multiply 1.75 by 2.4 by 8; then divide by 2,244

• D.

None of the above

• 90.
• A.

The number of pounds the box can hold

• B.

The number of grams in each cup

• C.

The number of cups in a box

• D.

The number of pounds in a gram