If you plan to join the military, you will be required to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam. The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is also used for those who are wanting help to determine what type of career is best fit for them. The ASVAB also helps to identify the individual’s strengths and weaknesses as well as their interests.
Those taking the ASVAB exam will be tested based on their knowledge of:
• general science
• arithmetic reasoning
• word knowledge
• paragraph comprehension
• mathematics knowledge
• electronics information
• auto and shop information
• assembling objects
• mechanical comprehension
A great way to get a head start on learning what to expect on the ASVAB exam is to take practice tests and answer our ASVAB questions. Our ASVAB prep is similar in concept and difficulty to the actual ASVAB exam and can come in handy to learn about what can be expected on the ASVAB Arithmetic Reasoning exam.
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A steak dinner at a restaurant costs $15.99. If a man buys a steak dinner for himself and 4 friends, what will the total cost be?
D: In total, the man is buying 5 steak dinners (one for himself and 4 for his friends). To find the total amount he will have to spend, multiply the cost of one dinner ($15.99) by the number of dinners purchased (5): $15.99 * 5 = $79.95