ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 26

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

1. At a certain school the ratio of teachers to students is 1 to 10. Which of the following could be the total number of teachers and students?

2. The average of two numbers is equal to twice the positive difference between the two numbers. If the larger number is 35, what is the smaller number?

3. Each of seven runners on a relay team must run a distance of 1.27 kilometers. Approximately what is the total combined number of kilometers run by the team in the race?

4. A scanner can scan 12 photos per minute. At this rate, how many minutes would it take to scan 60 photos?

5. An employee's net pay is equal to gross pay minus total deductions. A certain employee's gross pay is $1,769.23 and her deductions are as follows: FICA, $218.99; Social Security, $107.05; Medicare, $25.03; state tax, $68.65; municipal tax, $42.75. What is the employee's net pay?

6. A student takes four tests. His grades are 94, 72, 84, and 98. What is this student's average test grade?

7. A certain machine caps 5 bottles every 2 seconds. At this rate, how many bottles will be capped in 1 minute?

8. Jonah traveled 650 miles on his most recent trip and averaged 25 miles to the gallon. If gasoline cost $1.30 per gallon, how much did he spend on his trip?

9. If there are approximately 3.86 liters in a gallon, and gasoline costs $1.54 per gallon, to the nearest penny what is the cost of a liter of gasoline?

10. How many minutes are there in one week?

11. Pat deposited 15% of last week's take-home pay into a savings account. If she deposited $37.50, what was last week's take-home pay?

12. If the ratio of males to females in a group of students is 3:5, which of the following could be the total number of students in the group?

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