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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command, used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United States Armed Forces. It is often offered to American high school students when they are in the 10th, 11th and 12th grade, though anyone eligible for enlistment may take it.
Our tests consistent of all major components required to successfully pass the ASVAB examination. Go through our ASVAB practice test to prepare yourself for the final examination.
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Question 1 of 15
What is 44% of 25?Correct
Question 2 of 15
If n is a positive integer divisible by 7, and if n < 70, what is the greatest possible value of n?Correct
The correct answer is (C). If you know one multiple of a number, you can find the other multiples by adding and subtracting that number. The number 70 is divisible by 7. The greatest multiple that is less than 70 will be 70 − 7 = 63.
Question 3 of 15
Blair’s average (arithmetic mean) on two physics tests is 7. What should Blair’s score be on the next test to have an overall average of 8 for all the tests?Correct
The correct answer is (D). The arithmetic mean is defined as the sum of the terms divided by the number of terms.
7 = sum / 2
14 = sum
Adding the next test’s score will change the average to an 8, and the total terms to 3.
8 = (14 + new score) / 3
24 = 14 + new score
10 = new score
Question 4 of 15
3(x − 4) = 18, what is the value of x?Correct
The correct answer is (D). Begin by dividing both sides by 3 to open the parenthesis:
x − 4 = 6
Add 4 to both sides to find x:
x = 10
Question 5 of 15
A scoutmaster is preparing his troop for their annual fishing expedition. He surveys each of his scouts to find out how many fishing poles they own.
What is the mode of this data set?Correct
The correct answer is (A). The mode of the data is the number that appears the most often. In this case the largest number of scouts (7) own 0 fishing poles.
Question 6 of 15
Line l passes through the point (−1, 2). Which of the following CANNOT be the equation of line l?Correct
The correct answer is (B). The slope-intercept form of a line is y = mx + b. Since the line passes through (−1,2), there are three possibilities: the line will have a slope (the “m” in front of the “x” variable), it will be vertical (x = −1), or it will be horizontal (y = 2). Plug x = −1 into all four equations to see which equation is not satisfied. The only answer choice that doesn’t give us y = 2 is (B).
Question 7 of 15
If XY = YZ, and angle Y measures 90 degrees in the figure above, which of the following CANNOT be concluded?Correct
The correct answer is (B). Here we are looking for the choice that is NOT true. Since the triangle is isosceles (XY = YZ), then a = b = 45. This means that a + b = 90. (A) and (C) must be true. For all right triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem applies, so (D) is also true. (B) is the correct answer because it is not true that XZ < XY. In a right triangle, the hypotenuse is always the longest side.
Question 8 of 15
What is the value of this expression:Correct
The correct answer is (C). You need to add the 25 and 144 first, and then take the square root. The square root of 169 is 13.
Question 9 of 15
If (3.2 + 3.3 + 3.5)w = w, then what is the value of w?Correct
The correct answer is (A). First add up the three numbers that are in parentheses:
10w = w
10w = w will only be true when w = 0.
Question 10 of 15
There are two pizza ovens in a restaurant. Oven 1 burns three times as many pizzas as oven 2. If the restaurant had a total of 12 burnt pizzas on Saturday, how many pizzas did oven 2 burn?Correct
The correct answer is (A). Begin by setting up a system of equations to represent the situation, letting x represent oven 1 and y represent oven 2.
x = 3y and x + y = 12
Substituting the first equation into the second:
3y + y = 12 so y = 3.
Question 11 of 15
If a box of pencils measures 8 inches by 3 inches by 1 inch, how many boxes will fit in a carton that measures 24 inches by 32 inches by 12 inches?Correct
Divide the volume of the carton by the volume of one box:
Question 12 of 15
If 25x = 450, what is the value of 5x?Correct
you don’t need to solve for X.
Question 13 of 15
The average of 6 numbers is 5. If the sum of all but one of these numbers is 23, what is the value of the final number?Correct
(D) The average of 6 numbers is 5, so the sum of all 6 numbers is 30. If the sum of all but 1 is 23, then the missing number must be 30 ’ 23, or 7.
Question 14 of 15
200% of 800 =Correct
(C) 200% of 800 = 2.00 × 800 = 1600
Question 15 of 15
If 6x − (2x + 6) = x + 3, then x =Correct