ASVAB/AFQT Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 32

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

1. A house was listed for sale for $200,000. If the seller accepted an offer that was 8% below the list price, then what was the final selling price?

2. A librarian is checking in a 4-foot high stack of returned library books. If each book is 1.5 inches thick, then how many books are in the stack?

3. If 3/8 of a pizza has been eaten, then what is the ratio of the uneaten portion to the amount that has already been eaten?

4. Zach earns $15 per hour for his normal work shift from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. He gets paid an extra $2 per hour for any overtime hours that he works. If Zack earned $171 for the day, then what time did he stop working?

5. A football team has a 0.2 probability of scoring a touchdown whenever they have possession of the football. If they have three attempts to score in the first quarter, then what is the probability that they will score a touchdown all three times?

6. Last week Steve mowed six lawns. His earnings, including tips, were as follows: $36, $40, $22, $33, $27, and $42. If Steve spent 30% of his earnings on gas and supplies, then how much money did he spend?

7. If Kate traveled 220 miles from Boston to New York City in 4 hours, then how fast did she travel?

8. A crew is hired to paint a large triangular portion of a building's interior. If the width of the triangle is 50 feet and the height is 25 feet, then what is the area of the space that will be painted?

9. Rob, a carpenter, charges a $50 fee to show up to a job site, and then an additional $45 per hour that he works. Yesterday, he arrived at a job site at 9 a.m. and charged $230 for the day. What time did Rob finish working?

10. Angela loaned money to a friend and charged an interest rate of 1.5% per month. What is the equivalent annual interest rate?

11. Mark is a dog walker, and he charges a fee of $10 per hour. If he decides to raise his rate by 5%, then what will be his new hourly fee?

12. After finishing 20% of his homework, Daniel had 60 questions remaining. How many homework questions were assigned?

13. Megan is invested in a portfolio of stocks, and her investment returns have varied by the following amounts over the past 7 years: 4%, -3%, +5%, -3%, +2%, +6%, -1%. What is the mean of these returns?

14. If fertilizer costs $1.20 per square yard, then how much will it cost to fertilize a 50-foot by 90-foot lawn?

15. Tom wants to build a rectangular log cabin with a perimeter of 200 feet. If the length of the log cabin will be 55 feet, then what will its width be?

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