ASVAB/AFQT Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 33

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

1. A half quart of milk represents what portion of a gallon?

2. Battery A lasted for 3 years, 12 months, 19 days, 4 hours, and 32 seconds. Battery B lasted for 3 years, 10 months, 11 days, 2 hours, and 13 seconds. How much longer did Battery A last?

3. A warehouse worker earns $11 per hour for a 40-hour work week. His overtime pay is two times his base pay. If he worked 44-hours last week, how much did he earn?

4. If a church's bells ring every 30 minutes, then how many times will the bells ring between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.?

5. A medical clinic orders protective masks by the gross. If the clinic uses 16 masks per day, then how long will the gross last?

6. A golfer's recent scores per 18-hole round were 87, 92, 90, 84, and 88. If he wants his average to be 88, then what does he need to score on his next round of golf?

7. Roy is mailing a package that weighs 5.75 pounds. If the shipping cost is $2.20 per pound plus a 5% surcharge, then how much will Roy have to pay to mail his package?

8. Todd works as a general contractor and must purchase lumber for three separate jobs. The first job requires 19 feet of lumber, the second job requires 36 inches of lumber, and the third job requires 14 yards of lumber. How many feet of lumber must Todd purchase?

9. Madeline owns a warehouse that she will rent out for $2 per cubic foot per year. If the dimensions of the warehouse are 35 feet (length) by 90 feet (width) by 20 feet (height), then how much will she charge annually for rent?

10. Four employees representing 8% of the total staff called in sick for work. How many employees are on the staff?

11. If the minute hand of a clock has moved sixty degrees, then how many minutes have passed?

12. Jody's checking account had a balance of $1,234 at the start of the week. Since then she made a car payment of $231 and a student loan payment of $176. She also deposited her paycheck of $673 and gave $50 to her friend. What is the current balance of Jody's checking account?

13. Eight friends dined at a restaurant and the total bill was $175. If they left a 20% tip and split the cost evenly, then how much did each person pay?

14. Lisa is driving in Canada, where the speed limit is 90 kilometers per hour. If a kilometer equals approximately 5/8 of a mile, then what is the maximum speed that she can drive without speeding?

15. At a fast food restaurant, a value meal consists of a cheeseburger ($2.00), an order of fries ($1.50), and a drink ($1.00). What would it cost to feed a family of five, if each person orders a value meal?

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