ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 4

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

1. If apples are on sale at 15 for $3, what's the cost of each apple?

2. A noncommissioned officer challenged her platoon of 11 enlisted women to beat her record of performing a 26-mile training run in 4 hours. If all the enlisted women match her record, how many total miles will they have run?

3. Diane takes her client to an expensive restaurant in town to discuss new legal strategies. The restaurant adds a 15% gratuity for the server. If her meal and drinks cost $85 and her client's meal and drinks cost $110, how much did the restaurant add as a gratuity?

4. A bag of sand holds 1 cubic foot of sand. How many bags of sand are needed to fill a square sandbox measuring 5 feet long and 1 foot high?

5. An Army battalion in Hawaii has four companies. Two of the companies, Alpha and Charlie, each have 70 soldiers. Bravo Company has 44 soldiers, while Delta Company has 84. What is the average number of soldiers in a company in this battalion?

6. Farmer Beth has received an offer to sell her 320-acre farm for $3,000 per acre. She agrees to give the buyer $96,000 worth of land. What fraction of Farmer Beth's land is the buyer getting?

7. A large wall map is drawn so that 1 inch equals 3 miles. On the map, the distance from Kansas City to Denver is . How far is the round trip from Kansas City to Denver in miles?

8. Margaret and Julie can sell their tattoo parlor for $150,000. They plan to divide the proceeds according to the ratio of the money they each invested in the business. Margaret put in the most money at a 3:2 ratio to Julie's contribution. How much money should Julie get from the sale?

9. Mr. Cameron purchased a shirt for $20. He sold it for $26. By what percentage did he increase the price?

10. In the military, of an enlisted person's time is spent sleeping and eating, is spent standing at attention, is spent staying fit, and is spent working. The rest of the time is spent at the enlisted person's own discretion. How many hours per day does this discretionary time amount to?

11. A designer sells a square yard of carpet for $15.00. The same carpet can be purchased at the carpet outlet store for $12.50. As a percentage, how much more expensive is the designer's carpet?

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