ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 11

Directions: In this test, you are tested on your ability to use arithmetic. Choose the best answer for each question.

1. A lumberjack wishes to drive a spike through the center of a tree with a circumference of 43.96 feet. What's the minimum length of the spike needed to go completely through the tree, passing through the center?

2. A bin of hard candy holds pounds. How many boxes of candy can be filled from the bin?

3. A patio measures 12 feet by 14 feet. How many 8-inch-square paving stones are needed to pave the patio?

4. A computer programmer is making $25,000 per year, and 28% of her salary is withheld for federal and state deductions. How much is the computer programmer's net pay?

5. Pam cuts a pie in half in a straight line. She then cuts a line from the center to the edge, creating a 55-degree angle. What's the supplement of that angle?

6. A stack of lumber is 6 feet high. If each piece of lumber is 4 inches thick, how many pieces of lumber are in the stack?

7. A baker sells a dozen donuts for $3.99. The cost to make three donuts is $0.45. How much is the total profit on 5 dozen donuts?

8. Your piggy bank contains $19.75 in dimes and quarters. There are 100 coins in all. How many dimes are there?

9. A bricklayer charges $8 per square foot to lay a patio. How much would it cost for the bricklayer to lay a 12-foot-by-16-foot patio?

10. Terry earns three times more per hour than Tim. Tim earns $2 more per hour than Angie. As a group, they earn $43 per hour. What's Angie's hourly wage?

11. If four people can run eight machines, how many machines can two people run?

12. The price of daily admission at an amusement park is $36. The park sells an unlimited season pass for $240. How many trips would you need to make with the season pass in order for it to cost less than paying the daily admission rate?

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