ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning Practice Test 6

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

1. Billy left the house without his wallet. When he went to purchase his lunch, he had to dig into his change stash to buy it. How much did he have left if he had 15 quarters, 15 dimes, 22 nickels, and 12 pennies and the lunch cost $5.52?

2. What will it cost to carpet a room 10 feet wide and 12 feet long if carpet costs $12.51 per square yard?

3. Jack eats three hot dogs per minute, while Jeff eats two hot dogs per minute. How many total hot dogs do they eat in 12 minutes?

4. The simple interest on Jerry's fixed sum of money depends on the length of time the money is invested. If it draws $60 in 4 months, how much will it draw in 1.5 years?

5. A rancher is driving along the edge of a circular sinkhole on his property. The sinkhole's diameter is 14 kilometers. If he walked around the sinkhole, how far would he walk?

6. What is the price of a $200 item after successive discounts of 10% and 15%?

7. If a car is towed 12 miles to the repair shop and the tow charge is $3.50 per mile, how much does the tow cost?

8. The sum of two numbers is 70. One number is 8 more than the other. What's the smaller number?

9. A sales manager buys antacid in bottles by the gross. If he goes through 3 bottles of antacid every day, how long will the gross last?

10. Jenny's test grades are 93, 89, 96, and 98. If she wishes to raise her average to 95, what does she need to score on her next test?

11. A server earns an average tip of 12% of the cost of the food she serves. If she serves $375 worth of food in one evening, how much money in tips will she earn on average?

12. How many square feet of carpeting are needed to carpet a 12-foot-x-12-foot room?

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