Below is an ATI math practice test. The ATI TEAS exam is made-up of a math section. Many students dread taking the math section of the ATI exam because they are not good at math. However, practice makes perfect for successfully passing the ATI TEAS math section.
What type of math is on the ATI TEAS exam? The ATI TEAS math section test participants on order of operations, ratios, adding and subtracting fractions, metric conversation etc. Over the next weeks, RegisteredNurseRN.com will be developing free TEAS practice math quizzes to help you prepare for the exam.
This ATI TEAS math practice quiz will test you ability to solve order of operations.
ATI Math Practice Test | Subtraction of Whole Numbers with RegroupingThis ATI TEAS math practice test will test your ability to subtract whole numbers with regrouping. Remember you can NOT use a calculator on the exam.
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ATI TEAS Practice Math Quiz on Subtracting
1.) 92-45= ?
2.) 1006-25= ?
3.) 670-925= ?
4.) 25,699-2,932= ?
5.) 10-96= ?
6.) 6,752-8,029= ?
7.) 250-62= ?
8.) 62-39= ?
9.) 999-899= ?
10.) 509-25= ?
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