ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 22

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

1. 20 - (-5) =

2. Ms. Smith drove a total of 700 miles on a business trip. If her car averaged 35 miles per gallon of gasoline and gasoline cost $1.25 per gallon, what was the cost in dollars of the gasoline for the trip?

3. After eating 25% of the jelly beans, Brett had 72 left. How many jelly beans did Brett have originally?

4. A student finishes the first half of an exam in the time it takes him to finish the second half. If the entire exam takes him an hour, how many minutes does he spend on the first half of the exam?

5. A 25-ounce solution is 20% alcohol. If 50 ounces of water are added to it, what percent of the new solution is alcohol?

6. Marty has exactly 5 blue pens, 6 black pens, and 4 red pens in his backpack. If he pulls out one pen at random from his backpack, what is the probability that the pen is either red or black?

7. From 1980 through 1990, the population of Country X increased by 100%. From 1990 to 2000, the population increased by 50%. What was the combined increase for the period 1980–2000?

8. If aworker earns $200 forthe first 40 hours of work in a week and then is paid one-and-one-half timesher regular rate for any additional hours, how many hours mustshe work to make $230 in a week?

9. If 50% of x is 150, what is 75% of x?

10. The total fare for two adults and three children on an excursion boat is $14. If each child's fare is one half of each adult's fare, what is the adult fare?

11. What is the prime factorization of 140?

12. A painter charges $12 an hour while his son charges $6 an hour. If the father and son worked the same amount of time together on a job, how many hours did each of them work if their combined charge for their labor was $108?

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