ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 2

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

1. Greg buys a $10 lunch with 5% sales tax. He leaves a $2 tip after his bill. How much money does he spend?

2. Marty wishes to save $150 over a 4-day period. How much must Marty save each day on average?

3. Bernard can make $80 per day. If he needs to make $300 and only works full days, how many days will this take?

4. A couple buys a house for $150,000. They sell it for $165,000. By what percentage did the house's value increase?

5. A school has 15 teachers and 20 teaching assistants. They have 200 students. What is the ratio of faculty to students?

6. A map has a scale of 1 inch per 5 miles. A car can travel 60 miles per hour. If the distance from the start to the destination is 3 inches on the map, how long will it take the car to make the trip?

7. Taylor works two jobs. The first pays $20,000 per year. The second pays $10,000 per year. She donates 15% of her income to charity. How much does she donate each year?

8. A box with rectangular sides is 24 inches wide, 18 inches deep, and 12 inches high. What is the volume of the box in cubic feet?

9. Kristen purchases $100 worth of CDs and DVDs. The CDs cost $10 each and the DVDs cost $15. If she bought four DVDs, how many CDs did she buy?

10. If Sarah reads at an average rate of 21 pages in four nights, how long will it take her to read 140 pages?

11. Mom's car drove 72 miles in 90 minutes. There are 5280 feet per mile. How fast did she drive in feet per second?

12. This chart indicates how many sales of CDs, vinyl records, and MP3 downloads occurred over the last year. Approximately what percentage of the total sales was from CDs?

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