ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 15

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

1. On a trip to the beach, you travel 200 miles in 300 minutes. How fast did you travel?

2. Twenty-one students, or 60% of the class, passed the final exam. How many students are in the class?

3. Joan invests $4,000 in an account that earns 3% simple interest. How much will Joan have in the account in 10 years?

4. A rectangle has a perimeter of 36 inches. Its length is 3 inches greater than twice the width. What's the rectangle's length?

5. A backyard is 50 feet by 100 feet. What's its area?

6. Eric is driving a car in which the speedometer displays speed in kilometers per hour (kph). He notes that his car is traveling at a rate of 75 kph, when he passes a speed limit sign stating the limit is 40 miles per hour (mph). He knows that a kilometer is about of a mile. If a police officer stops him at this point, how many miles per hour over the limit will the ticket read?

7. Three apples and twice as many pears add up to one-half the number of grapes in a fruit basket. How many grapes are in the basket?

8. Apples are on sale for "Buy 2 pounds, get 1 pound free." How many pounds must Janet purchase to get 2 pounds free?

9. If four pipes of equal length measure 44 feet when they're connected together, how long is each pipe?

10. A German shepherd and an Alaskan malamute are both headed toward the same fire hydrant. The German shepherd is 120 feet away from the hydrant, and the Alaskan malamute is 75 feet away from the hydrant. How much closer to the hydrant is the Alaskan malamute?

11. A recruit reporting to boot camp took a bus from her home to the military processing center in another city. The trip took 14 hours. If she left at 6 a.m., what time did she arrive at the processing center?

12. A farmer sold 3 pints of strawberries for $1.98 each, 5 pints of raspberries for $2.49 each, and a bushel of peaches for $5.50 at his roadside stand. How much money did the farmer make?

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