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## ASVAB Math Practice Questions

1- Aria was hired to teach three identical math courses, which entailed being present in the classroom 36 hours altogether. At $25 per class hour, how much did Aria earn for teaching one course?

A. $50

B. $300

C. $600

D. $1400

2- Karen is 9 years older than her sister Michelle, and Michelle is 4 years younger than her brother David. If the sum of their ages is 82, how old is Michelle?

A. 21

B. 25

C. 29

D. 23

3- John is driving to visit his mother, who lives 300 miles away. How long will the drive be, round−trip, if John drives at an average speed of 50 mph?

A. 95 Minutes

B. 260 Minutes

C. 645 Minutes

D. 720 Minutes

4- Julie gives 8 pieces of candy to each of her friends. If Julie gives all her candy away, which amount of candy could have been the amount she distributed?

A. 187

B. 216

C. 343

D. 223

5- If a rectangle is 30 feet by 45 feet, what is its area?

A. 1350

B. 1250

C. 1000

D. 750

6- You are asked to chart the temperature during an 8 hour period to give the average. These are your results:

7 am : 2 degrees

8 am : 5 degrees

9 am : 22 degrees

10 am : 28 degrees

11 am : 32 degrees

12 am : 35 degrees

1 am : 35 degrees

2 am : 33 degrees

What is the average temperature?

A. 36

B. 28

C. 24

D. 22

7- Each year, a cyber café charges its customers a base rate of $15, with an additional $0.20 per visit for the first 40 visits, and $0.10 for every visit after that. How much does the cyber café charge a customer for a year in which 60 visits are made?

A. $25

B. $29

C. $35

D. $39

8- If a vehicle is driven 32 miles on Monday, 35 miles on Tuesday, and 29 miles on Wednesday, what is the average number of miles driven each day?

A. 32 Miles

B. 31 Miles

C. 29 Miles

D. 27 Miles

9- Three co−workers contributed $10.25, $11.25, and $18.45 respectively to purchase a retirement gift for their boss. What is the maximum amount they can spend on a gift?

A. $42.25

B. $40.17

C. $39.95

D. $27.06

10- While at work, Emma checks her email once every 90 minutes. In 9\(−\)hour, how many times does she check her email?

A. 4 Times

B. 5 Times

C. 7 Times

D. 6 Times

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## Answers:

1- **B**

\(36 ÷ 3 = 12\) hours for one course

\(12 × 25 = 300 ⇒ $300\)

2- **D**

Michelle = Karen\(–\) 9

Michelle = David \(–\) 4

Karen \(+\) Michelle \(+\) David = 82

Karen \(+\) 9 = Michelle ⇒ Karen = Michelle \(–\) 9

Karen \(+\) Michelle \(+\) David = 82

Now, replace the ages of Karen and David by Michelle. Then:

Michelle \(+\) 9 \(+\) Michelle + Michelle \(+\) 4 = 82

3Michelle \(+\) 13 = 82 ⇒ 3 Michelle = \(82 – 13\)

3Michelle = 69

Michelle = 23

3- **D**

distance=speed \(×\)time ⇒time=\(\frac{distance}{speed}=12\)

(Round trip means that the distance is 600 miles)

The round trip takes 12 hours. Change hours to minutes, then:

\(12×60=720\)

4- **B**

Since Julie gives 8 pieces of candy to each of her friends, then, then number of pieces of candies must be divisible by 8.

a. \( 187 ÷ 8 = 23.375\)

b. \( 216 ÷ 8 = 27\)

c. \( 343 ÷ 8 = 42.875\)

d. \( 223 ÷ 8 = 27.875\)

Only choice b gives a whole number.

5- **A**

Area of a rectangle = width \(×\) length \(=30 × 45 = 1,350\)

6- **C**

average \(=\frac{sum}{total}\)

Sum \(= 2 + 5 + 22 + 28 + 32 + 35 + 35 + 33 = 192\)

Total number of numbers = 8

average \(=\frac{192}{8} = 24\)

7- **A**

The base rate is $15.

The fee for the first 40 visits is: \(40×0.20=8\)

The fee for the visits 41 to 60 is: \(20×0.10=2\)

Total charge: \(15 + 8 + 2 = 25\)

8- **A**

\(average=\frac{sum}{total} = \frac{32+35+29}{3} = \frac{96}{3}= 32\)

9- **C**

The amount they have \(= $10.25 + $11.25 + $18.45 = 39.95\)

10- **D**

Change 9 hours to minutes, then:\( 9 × 60 = 540\) minutes

\(\frac{540}{90}=6\)

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