ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 27

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

1. A car travels 288 miles in 6 hours. At that rate, how many miles will it travel in 8 hours?

2. Martin's average score after 4 tests is 89. What score on the fifth test would bring Martin's average up to exactly 90?

3. In 2010, the population of town A was 9,400 and the population of town B was 7,600. Since then, each year the population of town A has decreased by 100 and the population of town B has increased by 100. Assuming that in each case the rate continues, in what year will the two populations be equal?

4. One number is 5 times another number and their sum is -60. What is the lesser of the two numbers?

5. Jane gets paid $6.00 for each of the first 40 toy cars she makes in a week. For any additional toy cars beyond 40, her pay increases by 50%. How much does Jane get paid in a week in which she makes 48 toy cars?

6. If a bora = 2 fedis, and a fedi = 3 glecks, how many boras are equal to 48 glecks?

7. Nine temperature readings were taken, one reading every four hours, with the first reading taken at 12 p.m. (that is, at noon). What will be the time when the final reading is taken?

8. A school raised monthly tuition payments from $225.00 per month to $300.00 per month. The percent of the tuition increase is which of the following?

9. A truck going at a rate of 20 miles per hour takes 6 hours to complete a trip. How many fewer hours would the trip have taken if the truck were traveling at a rate of 30 miles per hour?

10. If a barrel has the capacity to hold 75 gallons, how many gallons does it contain when it is full?

11. If a salary of $45,000 is subject to a 40% deduction, the new salary is:

12. 8! =

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