ASVAB/AFQT Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 34

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

1. A bakery begins each morning with 10 dozen bagels available for sale. When their inventory decreases by three-fourths, they begin to bake fresh bagels. How many bagels will be left when it's time to bake a fresh batch?

2. An investment advisor recommended a stock to a client 3 months ago. Since then, the client's original $1,000 investment increased by 20% the first month, 30% the second month, and 10% the third month. What is the current value of the investment?

3. Dawn is buying hot dogs for a cookout. If she has $20, and each hot dog pack costs $2.45, then how many packs can she buy?

4. Casey is taking a pop quiz and must answer at least 65% of the questions correctly in order to pass. If the quiz has 20 question, then how many questions can he answer incorrectly and still receive a passing grade?

5. Kelly's work shift begins at 9:30 a.m. She would like to leave her house 40 minutes before her shift begins, and she'd like to wake up 45 minutes before she must leave her house. What time should Kelly wake up?

6. Between stops, a train traveled 7 miles in 5 minutes. How fast was the train traveling?

7. If Ethan slept for six and a half hours, how many seconds did he sleep?

8. A barber earns an average tip of 15% of the cost of each haircut. If her average daily billings to customers total $420, then how much money will she receive in tips?

9. Eric's car gets 20 miles per gallon. If gas costs $2.50 per gallon, then how much will it cost Eric to travel 180 miles?

10. An ice cream shop has five large 15-pound bins of ice cream. If each customer receives two-tenths of a pound of ice cream per order, then how many customers can be served if all of the ice cream is used?

11. If there are 3 teaspoons in 1 tablespoon, and 16 tablespoons in 1 cup, then how many teaspoons are in 3 cups?

12. Lindsey and Doug are setting the date for their outdoor wedding, and they're concerned that it might rain. If they're considering four different days in June, and the probability of it raining on any given day is 0.3, then what is the probability that it will not rain on any of the four days?

13. A prison guard walks the equivalent of one-half mile when he checks the perimeter of the prison grounds. If he walks at a pace of one mile every 20 minutes, then how long will it take him to complete three laps around the prison grounds?

14. Of the 60 members of the choir, 35 are girls. Express the ratio of boys to girls as a fraction.

15. An office suite has 15 employees and provides 60 square feet of work space per employee. If 5 additional employees are hired, then how much less work space will each employee have?

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