ATI TEAS Guide To Math  Measurement & Conversions Question Review
ATI TEAS Math Measurements and Conversions
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Question 1 of 8
1. Question
A powdered chemical must be measured to the nearest 1/4 of a pound.
Which of the following is the most appropriate measurement tool for this task?
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A scale is the appropriate measuring tool for measuring weight. Graduated cylinders and beakers are used to measure volume, while yardsticks are used to measure length.
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A scale is the appropriate measuring tool for measuring weight. Graduated cylinders and beakers are used to measure volume, while yardsticks are used to measure length.

Question 2 of 8
2. Question
Which of the following is an approximate metric quantity for the volume of a glass of water?
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A glass of water is best approximated by a measurement of about half a liter, or 0.5 L. The measurements of 10 mL and 0.10 cL are equal and are both too small. The measurement of 1 kL too large.
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A glass of water is best approximated by a measurement of about half a liter, or 0.5 L. The measurements of 10 mL and 0.10 cL are equal and are both too small. The measurement of 1 kL too large.

Question 3 of 8
3. Question
Which of the following metric units of measurement is most reasonable to measure the weight of a full tube of a cream medication?
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A full tube of a cream medication would most likely by measured in grams. The unit of milligrams would be too small. Hectogram and kilograms units would be too large.
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A full tube of a cream medication would most likely by measured in grams. The unit of milligrams would be too small. Hectogram and kilograms units would be too large.

Question 4 of 8
4. Question
A builder must measure a steel rod exactly 5 inches long for a building project. Which of the following measurement tools is appropriate for this task?
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A ruler would be most suited for measuring a length in inches. A yardstick would be too large, so C is incorrect.
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A ruler would be most suited for measuring a length in inches. A yardstick would be too large, so C is incorrect.

Question 5 of 8
5. Question
A technician must measure exactly 6 ounces of a liquid to add to a medical preparation. It is important for the measurement to be as precise as possible. Which of the following measurement tools is most appropriate for this task?
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The volume of a liquid is best measured by a graduated cylinder or beaker, among the choices listed here. Graduated cylinders generally provide more precise measurements than beakers, so a graduated cylinder would be the most appropriate tool for this task.
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The volume of a liquid is best measured by a graduated cylinder or beaker, among the choices listed here. Graduated cylinders generally provide more precise measurements than beakers, so a graduated cylinder would be the most appropriate tool for this task.

Question 6 of 8
6. Question
Which of the following is the number of pints in 3 gallons?
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A gallon consists of 4 quarts, and there are 2 pints in each quart. Since 4 x 2 = 8, there are 8 pints in each gallon. Multiply 3 gallons by 8 pints: 3 x 8 = 24. There are 24 pints in 3 gallons.
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A gallon consists of 4 quarts, and there are 2 pints in each quart. Since 4 x 2 = 8, there are 8 pints in each gallon. Multiply 3 gallons by 8 pints: 3 x 8 = 24. There are 24 pints in 3 gallons.

Question 7 of 8
7. Question
If a piece of wood measure 25.4 centimeters in length, which of the following is the wood’s approximate length in English measurement? (Note: 1 inch 2.52 centimeters)
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Set up a proportion to determine the missing measurement. Cross multiply to solve:
1 inch / 2.54 centimeters = x inches / 25.4 centimeters
2.54 x x = 1 x 25.4
2.54x = 25.4
x = 25.4/2.54
x = 10
The wood measures approximately 10 inches.Incorrect
Set up a proportion to determine the missing measurement. Cross multiply to solve:
1 inch / 2.54 centimeters = x inches / 25.4 centimeters
2.54 x x = 1 x 25.4
2.54x = 25.4
x = 25.4/2.54
x = 10
The wood measures approximately 10 inches. 
Question 8 of 8
8. Question
Which of the following is the number of centimeters in 1.46 meters?
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Convert the number of meters to centimeters. One meter equal 100 centimeters. Multiply 1.46 x 100 = 146.
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Convert the number of meters to centimeters. One meter equal 100 centimeters. Multiply 1.46 x 100 = 146.