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Arithmetic Reasoning questions are mathematical problems expressed in a story format Your goal is to determine what the question is asking by picking out the relevant factors needed to solve the problem, setting up mathematical equations as needed, and arriving at a correct solution Sounds easy, right Check out 7 for more help with Arithmetic Reasoning 1 If apples are on sale at 15 for $3, what s the cost of each apple (A) 50 cents (B) 25 cents (C) 20 cents (D) 30 cents Divide 3 by 15, so the correct answer is Choice (C)
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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 of the enlisted women match her record, how many miles will they have run (A) 715 miles (B) 65 miles (C) 286 miles (D) 312 miles Multiply 26 11 The other information in the question is irrelevant it s there to throw you off The correct answer is Choice (C) 3 Margaret gets her hair cut and colored at an expensive salon in town She s expected to leave a 15% tip for services If a haircut is $45 and a color treatment is $150, how much of a tip should Margaret leave (A) $2250 (B) $2925 (C) $2000 (D) $19500 Add 45 and 150 and multiply the answer by 15 (15%) The correct answer is Choice (B) 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 (A) 25 bags (B) 5 bags (C) 10 bags (D) 15 bags To find the volume of the sandbox you take l w h Don t forget that the measurements are for a square sandbox, so you can assume that if the box is 5-feet long, then it s also 5-feet wide So 5 5 1 is 25 cubic feet Each bag holds one cubic foot of sand Choice (A) is the correct answer 5 The day Samantha arrived at boot camp the temperature reached a high of 90 degrees in the shade and a low of -20 at night in the barracks What was the average temperature for the day (A) 55 degrees (B) 45 degrees (C) 70 degrees (D) 62 degrees Divide the temperature range of 110 degrees by 2 to reach the average temperature Choice (A) is the correct answer
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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 (A) 1 4 (B) 1 10 (C) 1 5 (D) 2 3 $96,000 divided by $3,000 (price per acre) equals 32 acres 32 acres divided by 320 acres (total of the farm) equals 10% or 1 10 of the land The correct answer is Choice (B) 7 A map is drawn so that 1 inch equals 3 miles On the map, the distance from Kansas City to Denver is 1921 2 inches How far is the round trip from Kansas City to Denver in miles (A) 1921 2 miles (B) 5775 miles (C) 385 miles (D) 1,155 miles Multiply 1925 3 to get the distance in miles and then double the answer to account for both legs of the trip Choice (D) is the correct answer 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 How much money should Julie get from the sale (A) $50,000 (B) $30,000 (C) $60,000 (D) $90,000 According to the ratio, Margaret should get 3 5 of the money and Julie should get 2 5 of the money The fractions are calculated by adding both sides of the ratio together (3 + 2 = 5) to determine the denominator Each side of the ratio then becomes a numerator Divide $150,000 by 5, then multiply the answer by 2 to determine Julie s share of the money The correct answer is Choice (C) 9 What is the fifth number in the series 4, 8, 16, 32 (A) 48 (B) 64 (C) 96 (D) 8 The pattern is to double each number: 4 + 4 = 8; 8 + 8 = 16; 16 + 16 = 32; so 32 + 32 = 64 The correct answer is Choice (B)
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