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HESI A2 Version 4, MATHEMATICS, Health Information Systems Test Bank, Complete Preparation Practice NEW TOP PREDICTION


HESI A2 Version 4, MATHEMATICS, Health Information Systems Test Bank, Complete Preparation Practice NEW TOP PREDICTION 


HESI A2 Version 4, MATHEMATICS, Health Information Systems

Test Bank, Complete Preparation Practice Test Questions, Questions

70 (Latest Update) (A Graded) Latest Questions and Complete

Solutions

1. A nurse is reviewing the daily intake and output (I&O) of a patient consuming a clear diet. The

drainage bag denotes a total of 1,500 mL for the past 24 hours. The total intake is: 3 6oz cups of

coffee 1 16-oz serving of clear soup 2 pints of water consumed throughout the day How much is

the deficit in milliliters? 480 mL

2. A nurse works in the military hospital from 1300 to 2000. How many hours does this nurse

work?

A. 8 hours

B. 11 hours

C. 7 hours

D. 12 hours

3. What temperature in Celsius is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit? (Enter numeric value only) 37 Celsius

4. A newborn weights 3,459 grams. There are 453.59 grams per pound. What is the infant's weight

in pounds and ounces?

A. 7lbs 10oz.

B. 10lbs 7oz.

C. 13lbs 3 oz.

D. 3 lbs 13 oz.

5. What kind of number system is commonly used in the United States?

A. Tertiary

B. Decimal

C. Napoleonic

D. Binary

6. A women received a bottle of perfume as a present. The bottle contains 3/4 oz of perfume. How

many milliliters is this? (Enter numeric value only.) 22.5 mL

7. The metric system of measurement was developed in France during Napoleon's reign. It is based

on what multiplication factor?

A.The length of Napoleon’s forearm

B. 2

C.10

D. Atomic weight of helium

8. How many meters are in 2 kilometers? (Enter numeric value only.) 2000 meters

1meter = 1000 kilometers 2x1000= 2000

9. How many kilograms are in 2000 grams? (Enter numeric value only.) 2 kilograms

Kg g mg (move 3 times to the right or left)

(L) to (s) ex: 2000=2 or 2=2000

10. To convert pounds to kilograms, what factor is used? 2.2

1 pound = 2.2 kilogram

10. A teacher's aide is preparing a snack for the class. In order to prepare the powdered drink, the

aide must convert the directions to metric. The directions say, "Dilute contents of package in 3

quarts of water." The aide has a measuring device marked in liters. How many liters of water

should be used? (Enter numeric value only. If rounding is required, round to the nearest tenth.)

Version 1 - HESI

Convert 5 3/4 to a decimal. Round to the nearest tenth.

4 x 5+4

4

¿

23 5.75 round ¿ the nearest tenth5.8

4

5.75

5.7

6

5.8

A warehouse worker ships 9 boxes each day. Every box must contain 3 shipping labels.

How many shipping labels does the worker need each day? 9 x 3 = 27

7

3

27

24

2.5:150 ::20:x= 2.5

=

20

=20 x 150=3000 ÷ 2.5=1200

150 x

X=3000

X=1000

X=1500

X=1200

What is 80% of 55? .80 x 55 = 44

45

44

40

39

3.44 divided by 0.6= 3.44 ÷ 0.6=5.73

11.41

5.73

2.33

0.57

Solve if x=11. x+44/2x = 11 + 44 ÷ 2( 11)→11+44 ÷22→11+2=13

33

2.5

13

55/22

4 7/8 divided by 1 1/6=

8 x 4 +7

÷

6 x 1+1 →

39

÷

7 →

39

x

6 →

39

x

3 =

117 →117÷ 28=4

5

8 6

4& 6/8

4& 7/8

5& 8/14

4 & 5/28

8 6 8 7 4 7 28 28

Add. 6 3/4 + 8 1/6= 4 x 6 +3

+

4

6 x 8+1 →

27 +

49 →

27 x 6 +

49 x 4 →

162 +

196

358 →358 ÷ 24=14 22 →reduce 14 11

6 4 6

14 & 11/12

4 x 6 6 x 4 24 24 24 24 12

12& 3/24

35/6

14& 2/5

Solve for x. x/250=3/500 = x

=

3

=3 x 250=750÷ 500=1.5

1.5

25.5

1500

2.5

250 500

A dice is rolled. What is the probability of getting 5? 1

=

x

=1 x 100=100 ÷ 6=16.6 %

6 100

50%

20%

16.6%

83.3%

Convert to metric: 7 gram = x mg = (large – move decimal 3x to the right) Km

small− movethe decimal 3 x

¿

¿

→m→mm→mcm ( small)�g→L→m ¿

0.007mg

7,000 mg

0.0007mg

700mg

7 g = 7.0 move 3x to the left 7,000mg

Sally eats 3/5 of her lunch. John eats 75%. Who ate more? Sally - 3 ÷ 5=0.6�Joℎn −.75

John

Sally

1 +

3 →

1 x 2 +

3 →

2 3 5

Add 1/4 + 3/8. = 4 8

4/12

1/3

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