ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 24

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

1. Three apples cost as much as 4 pears. Three pears cost as much as 2 oranges. How many apples cost as much as 72 oranges?

2. If 48 of the 60 seats on a bus were occupied, what percent of the seats were NOT occupied?

3. Effin sings for $1,000 an hour. Her rate increases by 50% after midnight. If she sings one night from 8:30 p.m. until 1:00 a.m., how much should she be paid?

4. Fran has a drawer containing 4 black T-shirts, 3 orange T-shirts, and 5 blue T-shirts. If she picks one T-shirt at random from the drawer, what are the chances that it will NOT be orange?

5. After a 5-hour flight from Newark, Harry arrives in Denver at 2:30 p.m. If the time in Newark is 2 hours later than the time in Denver, what was the time in Newark when Harry began the flight?

6. A full box of chocolate contains 24 pieces. If Doris starts out with 198 pieces of chocolate, how many pieces will she have left over if she fills as many boxes as she can?

7. If 75% of x is 150, what is the value of x?

8. Rachel's average score after 6 tests is 83. If Rachel earns a score of 97 on the 7th test, what is her new average?

9. A delivery service charges $25.00 per pound for making a delivery. If there is an additional 8% sales tax, what is the cost of delivering an item that weighs of a pound?

10. A cake recipe requires of an ounce of vanilla extract. How many cakes can be made using a package containing 60 ounces of vanilla extract?

11. Ed has 100 more dollars than Robert. After Ed spends 20 dollars on groceries, he now has 5 times as much money as Robert. How much money does Robert have?

12. 587 people are traveling by bus for a field trip. If each bus seats 48 people and all of the buses but one are filled to capacity, how many people sit in the unfilled bus?

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