ATI TEAS 6 FULL TEST1. What is 4 5 12 9? A. 20 B. 30 C. 40 D. 50 2. What is the difference between two equal numbers? A. Negative B. Positive C. Zero D. Not enough information 3. What is the difference between two negative numbers? A. Negative number B. Positive number C. Zero D. Not enough information 4. Evaluate the expression –3 × 5. A. –15 B. –2 C. 2 D. 15 5. Which statement about multiplication and division is true? A. The product of the quotient and the dividend is the divisor. B. The product of the dividend and the divisor is the quotient. C. The product of the quotient and the divisor is the dividend. D. None of the above. 6. Find the area in square centimeters of a circle with a diameter of 16 centimeters. Use 3.14 for p. A. 25.12 B. 50.24 C. 100.48 D. 200.96 7. Half of a circular garden with a radius of 11.5 feet needs weeding. Find the area in square feet that needs weeding. Round to the nearest hundredth. Use 3.14 for p. A. 207.64 B. 415.27 C. 519.08 D. 726.73 8. The area of a circle is 18 square inches. Find the circumference of the circle to the nearest tenth of an inch. Use 3.14 for p. A. 2.4 B. 7.5 C. 15.1 D. 30.1 9. Which decimal is the least? A. 2.22 B. 2.02 C. 2.002 D. 2.2 10. Write 290% as a fraction. A. B. C. D. 11. Solve the inequality for the unknown, . A. B. C. D. 12. Solve the equation for the unknown, . A. B. C. 6 D. 26 13. Solve the system of equations, . A. (1.8, 3.6) and (-1.8, -3.6) B. (1.8, -3.6) and (-1.8, 3.6) C. (1.3, 2.6) and (-1.3, -2.6) D. (-1.3, 2.6) and (1.3, -2.6) 14. Solve the system of equations by graphing, . A. B. C. D. 15. Find the mean for the data set 16, 18, 17, 15, 19, 14, 12, 11, 10, 16, 18, and 17. A. 14.25 B. 15.25 C. 16 D. 17 16. Elementary school students were surveyed about their favorite animals at a zoo. The circle graph shows the results. Which statement is true for the circle graph? A. The penguins were the second-favorite animals. B. No group of animals makes up one-third of the graph. C. Sixty percent of the students like pandas and monkeys. D. Fifty percent of the students like giraffes, lions, and penguins. 17. The circle graph shows the daily activities of a student. Which statement is true for the circle graph? A. Homework and job take up the least time. B. The amount of time in school is the largest category. C. Other categories besides sleep and school are over 50% of the time. D. The entertainment and homework total is the same as the amount of time in school. 18. Multiply . A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 19. Divide . A. B. C. D. 20. Multiply . A. B. C. D. 21. Multiply, . A. B. C. D. 22. Apply the polynomial identity to rewrite . A. B. C. D. 23. Perform the operation, . A. B. C. D. 24. Simplify . A. B. C. D. 25. One cell has a diameter of meter, and another cell has a diameter of meter. How many times larger is the first cell? A. 2 B. 4 C. 8 D. 16 26. Solve . A. –10, 10 B. –11, 11 C. –12, 12 D. –13, 13 27. Which proportion yields a number for the unknown that is different from the others? A. B. C. D. 28. How much hydrochloric acid (HCl) is necessary to make 2.5 liters of a 5:1 solution of water (in liters) to HCl (in grams)? A. 0.5 grams B. 2 grams C. 5 grams D. 12.5 grams 29. If a tree grows an average of 4.2 inches in a day, what is the rate of change in its height per month? Assume a month is 30 days. A. 0.14 inches per month B. 4.2 inches per month C. 34.2 inches per month D. 126 inches per month 30. Three vertices of a parallelogram are . What is the fourth coordinate? A. B. C. D. 31. A sign stating “Do Not Enter” is in the shape of a square with side lengths of 75 centimeters. What is the area in square centimeters? A. 150 B. 300 C. 5,325 D. 5,625 32. Jayden rides his bike for miles. He takes a break and rides another miles. How many miles does he ride? A. B. C. D. 33. Eric buys pounds of apples each week for four weeks. How many total pounds does he buy? A. B. C. D. 34. A piece of wood that is feet long has feet cut off. How many feet of wood remain? A. B. C. D. 35. Convert 1,000 fluid ounces to gallons. A. 7.8125 gallons B. 15.625 gallons C. 31.25 gallons D. 62.5 gallons 36. Convert 147 liters to kiloliters. A. 0.147 kiloliters B. 1.47 kiloliters C. 1,470 kiloliters D. 147,000 kiloliters Section III. Science You have 63 minutes to complete 53 questions. 1. A person wakes up with a fever. The body begins its response to locate the origin of the problem and fix it. What type of feedback mechanism is this? A. Equal B. Negative C. Neutral D. Positive 2. What are the subdivisions of the dorsal cavity, located in the back of the human body? A. Cranial and spinal B. Dorsal and ventral C. Lateral and proximal D. Inferior and superior 3. When a patient is positioned in a position, access to the stomach is possible. A. medial B. prone C. superficial D. supine 4. Which is the correct order of formed elements in blood from smallest to largest cell size? A. Erythrocytes, thrombocytes, and leukocytes B. Thrombocytes, leukocytes, and erythrocytes C. Thrombocytes, erythrocytes, and leukocytes D. Leukocytes, erythrocytes, and thrombocytes 5. What is the purpose of an electrocardiogram? A. Indicate the rate of blood flow B. Display the heart’s rate and rhythm C. Identify a person’s blood group type D. Determine cell type in a blood sample 6. Which represents the correct order of airflow in the lungs? A. Bronchi, trachea, alveoli, bronchioles B. Alveoli, bronchioles, bronchi, trachea C. Trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli D. Bronchioles, alveoli, trachea, bronchi 7. What process does the respiratory system use to facilitate gas exchange between air and blood? A. Diffusion B. Exhalation C. Inspiration D. Ventilation 8. What is the function of the pharynx? A. Allow food and air to pass into the body B. Warm and moisten air during inhalation C. Create a chest cavity at the base of the lungs D. Provide structural support to the alveolar region 9. After a person eats birthday cake, which of the following enzymes is needed to break down the sucrose in the cake? A. Lactase B. Maltase C. Peptidase D. Sucrase 10. The lining of the stomach is covered with rugae. What is a benefit of this? A. Rugae increase the output of gastric juices. B. Rugae increase the surface area of the stomach. C. Rugae increase the permeability of the stomach walls. D. Rugae increase the types of nutrients that can diffuse. 11. What organ of the body compensates when a person’s intake of vitamins decreases? A. Appendix B. Liver C. Pancreas D. Stomach 12. The cervix is located at the . A. top of the uterus B. top of the ovaries C. bottom of the vagina D. bottom of the uterus 13. The first trimester of gestation corresponds roughly to which developmental process? A. Embryogenesis B. Fertilization C. Meiosis D. Menstruation 14. How does the developing fetus primarily eliminate metabolic wastes? A. A developing fetus does not produce metabolic wastes. B. Fetal waste is excreted as feces, which pass into the mother’s anus. C. Fetal waste is passed down the umbilical cord to the mother’s circulatory system. D. Fetal waste is passed down the umbilical cord and leaves the mother’s body via the vagina. 15. Which of the following correctly orders the route of a fetus during childbirth? A. Uterus cervix vagina B. Cervix uterus vagina C. Uterus vas deferens vagina D. Ovary Fallopian tube uterus 16. A doctor diagnoses a patient with an impaired posterior pituitary gland. Which of the following symptoms related to kidney function does the patient display? A. Thirst B. Tiredness C. Weight gain D. Concentrated urine 17. Urine is formed A. after fluid reaches the bladder. B. when fluid fills the collecting duct. C. before blood enters the glomerulus. D. during fluid transport to the urethra. 18. At which of the following ages would ossification most likely take place to replace cartilage at the growth plate? A. 5 B. 18 C. 42 D. 91 19. The lungs are protected by the . A. femur B. ribcage C. scapula D. skull 20. Which muscle causes a joint to bend? A. Cardiac B. Extension C. Flexor D. Smooth 21. What substance is required to drive the slide filament process? A. ATP B. Hormone C. Potassium D. Water 22. The hair is not attached to the follicle. A. bulb B. root C. shaft D. strand 23. The hypodermis is primarily composed of tissue. A. adipose B. connective C. epithelial D. muscle 24. The hair bulb contains actively growing cells. A. basal B. epidermal C. epithelial D. merkel 25. What is a major structure of the limbic system? A. Brainstem B. Spinal cord C. Hypothalamus D. Cerebral cortex 26. Which of the following is a characteristic of an interneuron? A. Forms neural circuits B. Interacts with effectors C. Sends impulses to the CNS D. Functions as an efferent nerve cell 27. A physician prescribes a drug to help control a person’s anxiety attacks. This drug most likely targets the A. amygdala. B. parietal lobe. C. hypothalamus. D. sensory neuron. 28. Some intercellular chemical signals diffuse across cell membranes and bind to intracellular receptors. What are the two factors that enable this to occur? A. They are small and soluble. B. They are large and soluble. C. They are small and insoluble. D. They are large and insoluble. 29. Which of the following hormones would cause skin color to become darker? A. Follicle-stimulating B. Growth-stimulating C. Thyroid-stimulating D. Melanocyte-stimulating 30. Not all cells in the pancreas secrete insulin because of the hormone somatostatin, which inhibits the release of insulin by all cells. What type of intercellular chemical signal does this illustrate? A. Autocrine B. Neuromodulator C. Paracrine D. Pheromone 31. An extensive network of blood vessels supplies the endocrine glands. Why is this necessary? A. Because glands filter waste from the blood B. Because the glands empty directly into the blood C. Because blood empties into the endocrine system D. Because blood filters waste from the endocrine glands 32. How do the killer T cells recognize infected cells? A. The B cells flag the infected cells with amino acids. B. Tiny bits of the virus’s RNA are left around the cell. C. Macrophages show up to help consume the infected cell. D. The T cells have receptors that recognize the proteins the virus left on the surface of the cell. 33. Which type of immunity does the MMR vaccine provide? A. Artificial/active B. Artificial/passive C. Natural/active D. Natural/passive 34. An intensive vaccination program led to the elimination of which deadly disease? A. AIDS B. Smallpox C. Diabetes I D. Rheumatoid arthritis 35. What is a benefit of a taxonomic system? A. Researchers can describe how living things behave. B. Researchers can develop names for new organisms. C. Living things can be distinguished from nonliving things. D. Living things can be classified based on their molecular traits. 36. A study was performed to evaluate which type of road salt deiced a road most quickly. What is the independent variable? A. Deicing time period B. Road used for deicing C. Type of road salt used D. Amount of road salt used 37. Which statement confirms that the cell membrane is selectively permeable? A. Receptors are found on a cell’s surface. B. Cells communicate with each other using cell signals. C. Environmental changes can cause a cell to expand or shrink. D. Sodium ions must travel through ion channels to enter the cell. 38. Which structure do cells rely on for movement? A. Flagellum B. Microtubule C. Pili D. Vesicle 39. What is the most basic unit of structure in living things? A. Cell B. Organelle C. Oxygen D. Pigment 40. If a biochemist isolates a large amount of pyruvate, which part of the cell is he working with? A. Chloroplasts B. Cytoplasm C. Mitochondria D. Nucleus 41. Which gives the correct order of cellular respiration? A. Glycolysis, Acetyl-CoA, Citric Acid Cycle, Electron Transport Chain B. Citric Acid Cycle, Glycolysis, Acetyl-CoA, Electron Transport Chain C. Glycolysis, Acetyl-CoA, Electron Transport Chain, Citric Acid Cycle D. Glycolysis, Citric Acid Cycle, Electron Transport Chain, Acetyl- CoA 42. During which phase of meiosis do chiasmata structures form? A. Prophase I B. Prophase II C. Metaphase I D. Metaphase II 43. A is a rod-shaped structure that forms when a single DNA molecule and its associated proteins coil tightly before cell division. A. centromere B. chromatid C. chromosome D. gene 44. Which of the following is the base that will bind with cytosine? A. Adenine B. Cytosine C. Guanine D. Thymine 45. Which term is used interchangeably with negative variation? A. Non-correlation B. Direct correlation C. Inverse correlation D. Positive correlation 46. A fish in a large fish tank is fed 5 ounces of food once a day. The same type of fish in a second tank is fed 10 ounces of food each day. The same type of fish in a third tank is fed 2 ounces of food four times a day. This study lasts for a four-week period where fish weight is measured weekly. What is the dependent variable? A. Weight of the fish B. Type of food used C. Number of fish tanks D. Frequency of feedings 47. Five tropical plants are kept at varying humidity levels in a greenhouse for three months. One plant is left outside in normal conditions. Plant height is measured weekly. What is the control of the experiment? A. Plant height for each tropical plant B. The plant left outside in normal conditions C. Humidity level readings in the greenhouse D. Amount of time used to study plant height 48. A neutral atom of which element has 2 electrons in the first shell and 6 electrons in the second shell of the electron cloud? A. Beryllium B. Carbon C. Helium D. Oxygen 49. An atom has 17 protons, 20 neutrons, and 17 electrons. What is its mass, in amu? A. 17 B. 20 C. 37 D. 54 50. A neutral atom of aluminum has 13 electrons. How many electrons can be found in each shell in the electron cloud? A. 6 in the first shell, 7 in the second shell B. 2 in the first shell, 11 in the second shell C. 2 in the first shell, 8 in the second shell, 3 in the third shell D. 3 in the first shell, 5 in the second shell, 5 in the third shell 51. How many kilograms are in 1,800 grams? A. 0.18 B. 1.8 C. 18 D. 180 52. A scientist wants to measure how far a person can run in 30 minutes. Which of the following units should she use to record this measurement as a small number? A. Gigameters B. Kilometers C. Megameters D. Terameters 53. What is the temperature of 35°C in Kelvin? A. 220 B. 238 C. 308 D. 345 Section IV. English and Language Usage You have 28 minutes to complete 28 questions. 1. What is the correct plural of century? A. Centurys B. Centures C. Centuries D. Centuryies 2. Which word(s) in the following sentence should be capitalized? she asked, “do you like indian food?” A. she and do B. do and indian C. she and indian D. she, do, and indian 3. What is missing from the following sentence? He asked, When is the assignment due? A. There should be quotation marks. B. There needs to be a semicolon after asked. C. There should be a comma after assignment. D. Nothing is missing. 4. Which is the correct plural form of the noun class? A. Class B. Class’ C. Class’s D. Classes 5. Which pronoun would not work in the following sentence? I asked colleague to bring it to you. A. my B. our C. your D. whose 6. Select the noun that the underlined adjectives describe. Two weeks after his surgery, Henry felt strong and healthy. A. weeks B. his C. surgery D. Henry 7. Select the book title that does not contain a preposition. A. The Man in the Brown Suit B. The Secret of Chimneys C. Murder on the Orient Express D. And Then There Were None 8. What verb tense are the underlined words in the following sentence? The doctor prescribed medicine after my son had been sick for four days. A. Past perfect B. Present perfect C. Past progressive D. Present progressive 9. Select the subject with which the underlined verb must agree. Everyone I know has the day off, but my boss wants me to work. A. Everyone B. I C. day D. boss 10. Select the correct verb to complete the following sentence. The girls on the team excited to play in the championships. A. is B. am C. are D. ares 11. Which of the following uses a conjunction to combine the sentences below so the focus is on puppies requiring a lot of work? Puppies are fun-loving animals. They do require a lot of work. A. Puppies are fun-loving animals; they do require a lot of work. B. Puppies are fun-loving animals, so they do require a lot of work. C. Since puppies are fun-loving animals they do require a lot of work. D. Although puppies are fun-loving animals, they do require a lot of work. 12. Which of the following is an example of a complex sentence? A. Tabitha tried rock climbing, having a fear of heights. B. Tabitha tried rock climbing; having a fear of heights. C. Tabitha tried rock climbing and having a fear of heights. D. Tabitha tried rock climbing despite having a fear of heights. 13. How would you connect the following clauses? He ate a lot on vacation. He did not gain any weight. A. He ate a lot on vacation if he did not gain any weight. B. He ate a lot on vacation, but he did not gain any weight. C. He ate a lot on vacation since he did not gain any weight. D. He ate a lot on vacation because he did not gain any weight. 14. Identify the type of clause. I ate, and he drank. A. Coordinate clause B. Dependent clause C. Subordinate clause D. Independent clause 15. Fill in the blank with the correct subordinating conjunction. the class was difficult, Allison passed with flying colors. A. If B. Since C. Because D. Although 16. Which of the following sentences uses the MOST formal language? A. I can’t come to your party. B. I will be unable to come to your party. C. I won’t be able to go to your party. D. I can’t go to your party. 17. In which of the following situations would it be best to use informal language? A. In a seminar B. Writing a postcard C. Talking to your boss D. Participating in a professional conference 18. In which of the following situations would you use formal language? A. Texting a friend B. A family reunion C. Skyping your grandparents D. At a Parent-Teacher meeting 19. Which of the following root words means far? A. tele B. trans C. post D. ante 20. What is the best definition of the word translucent? A. Blocking all light B. Blinding with light C. Giving off colorful light D. Letting some light through 21. Monochromatic most nearly means A. having one color B. having many parts C. having a lot of time D. having too much heat 22. What is the best definition of the word veritable? A. Noble B. Genuine C. Forceful D. Exaggerated 23. Which of the following prefixes means with? A. bio- B. per- C. con- D. trans- 24. Select the word from the following sentence that has more than one meaning. Javier was overjoyed when he finally finished his application for college. A. Overjoyed B. Finally C. Application D. College 25. Select the correct definition of the underlined word having multiple meanings in the sentence. Natalie’s fingers were calloused after practicing her bass. A. Kind of fish B. Low and deep sound C. Lowest male singing voice D. A guitar with four strings that makes low sounds 26. Select the context clue from the following sentence that helps you define the multiple meaning word formula. The mother gave her baby his formula after he woke up from his nap in the car. A. “mother” B. “baby” C. “nap” D. “car” 27. Select the meaning of the underlined word in the sentence based on the context clues. If you wake up outside in your pajamas in the middle of the night, you may be a somnambulist. A. Explorer B. Magician C. Insomniac D. Sleepwalker 28. Select the context clue from the following sentence that helps you define the word pungent. The pungent odor in the room made everyone’s eyes tear for a few minutes. A. “odor” B. “room” C. “made” D. “tear”
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