Accuplacer Arithmetic Practice Test 2024: Try our Accuplacer NextGen Arithmetic Practice Questions Answers. You can also download a printable copy of a PDF file. This Accuplacer Arithmetic Practice Test includes Working with whole numbers, Solving problems using fractions, decimals, and percents, and Setting up and solving word problems.

This Next-generation Accuplacer Arithmetic Practice Test 2022 describes the skills necessary to do well on the ACCUPLACER Arithmetic Test. In this chapter, you put these skills to work with practice problems.

## Accuplacer Arithmetic Practice Test 2024

Name of the Test | Accuplacer Practice Test |

Administrated by | College Board |

Total Questions | 30 |

Question format | multiple-choice questions |

Test subjects | Arithmetic Skills |

### Whole numbers practice test

**Q1. What is 8,765,432 rounded to the nearest thousand?**

- (A). 8,765,000
- (B). 8,432,000
- (C). 8,700,000
- (D). 8,600,000

**Q2. **If you multiply 786 × 2971, which of the following best approximates the answer?

- (A) 140,000
- (B) 240,000
- (C) 1,400,000
- (D) 2,400,000

**Q3.** What is the value of 15 − 4² ÷ (32 − 8 × 3)

- (A). 130
- (B). 3
- (C). 31
- (D). 13

**Q4.** Which of the following inequalities is equivalent to the one shown in the figure?

- (A) – 5 ≤ x < 3
- (B) – 5 < x ≤ 3
- (C) x ≤ – 5 or x > 3
- (D) x < – 5 or x ≥ 3

**Q5.** Which of the following would be the best estimation for 451327 ÷ 8946

- A) 5
- (B) 50
- (C) 500
- (D) 5000

**Q6.** Evaluate (17 – 2³) × (6 + 10 ÷ 2)

- (A). 9
- (B). 39
- (C). 49
- (D). 99

**Q7.** Which of these inequalities expresses the solution set for the number line shown in the following figure?

- (A) −4 ≤ x < 2
- (B) −4 < x ≤ 2
- (C) x ≤ −4 or x > 2
- (D) x < −4 or x ≥ 2

**Q8**. What is 939,594 rounded to the nearest hundred?

- (A) 939,600
- (B) 939,500
- (C) 930,600
- (D) 939,700

**Fractions number practice test**

Q9. \frac79 + \frac59 = ?

- (A) \frac19
- (B) 1\frac19
- (C) \frac13
- (D) 1 \frac13

**Q10**. \frac{11}{27} ÷ \frac{22}{23} = ?

- (A) \frac{32}{45}
- (B) \frac{2}{5}
- (C) \frac{23}{3}
- (D) \frac{23}{54}

**Q11**. 2\frac{1}{5} × 3 \frac{3}{4} = ?

- (A) 2\frac{1}{4}
- (B) 1\frac{8}{3}
- (C) 8\frac{1}{4}
- (D) 4\frac{1}{8}

**Q12.** \frac{2}{7} − \frac{1}{3} = ?

- (A) \frac{9}{19}
- (B) \frac{3}{91}
- (C) 1\frac{1}{9}
- (D) \frac{19}{91}

**Decimals number practice test**

**Q13.** 0.835 + 1.09 =?

- (A) 0.925
- (B) 1.925
- (C) 2.925
- (D) 3.925

**Q14.** 4.4 + 82.39 + 0.027 = ?

- (A) 68.717
- (B) 96.617
- (C) 16.617
- (D) 86.817

**Q15.** 42.563 − 8.05 =?

- (A) 34.513
- (B) 33.513
- (C) 34.613
- (D) 33.513

**Q16.** 0.0748 × 3.6 =?

- (A) 0.36928
- (B) 0.16928
- (C) 0.26928
- (D) 1.26928

**Q17.** 32.175 ÷ 1.8 = ?

- (A) 16.875
- (B) 15.875
- (C) 17.875
- (D) 19.875

**Percent Practice Test**

**Q18.** Jacqui took her friend, Bethany, out to lunch for her birthday. When the check arrived, it was for $45.00. If Jacqui included an 18% tip for the server, what did she pay in total for the lunch?

- (A) $3.10
- (B) $5.10
- (C) $35.10
- (D) $53.10

**Q19.** By changing phone plans, Blair received a 30% discount on a phone that normally sells for $780. How much did she pay for the phone?

- (A) $346
- (B) $446
- (C) $546
- (D) $646

**Q20.** Drew invested $6,600 in a stock that lost 15% of its value before Drew sold it. How much was the stock worth at the time of sale?

- (A) 77.85
- (B) 75.75
- (C) 87.87
- (D) 87.75

**Q21.** What percent of 120 is 72?

- (A) 40%
- (B) 45%
- (C) 60%
- (D) 65%

**Fraction, decimal, percent conversion practice test**

**Q22.** Convert the decimal 0.72 to a fraction.

- (A) \frac{18}{25}
- (B) \frac{1}{25}
- (C) \frac{9}{25}
- (D) \frac{3}{25}

**Q23. **Write the decimal 0.375 as a percent.

- (A) 7.5%
- (B) 17.5%
- (C) 27.5%
- (D) 37.5%

**Q24.** What is the value of 188.1% expressed as a decimal?

- (A) 0.302
- (B) 0.102
- (C) 1.302
- (D) 0.202

**Comparing values practice test**

**Q25.** Which of the following decimals is the greatest?

- (A) 0.1811
- (B) 0.088
- (C) 0.0188
- (D) 0.801

**Q26.** Which of these decimals is the greatest?

- (A) 0.3054
- (B) 0.306
- (C) 0.32
- (D) 0.321

**Word problem practice test**

**Q27.** Anjelika spent $35.75 on a sweater and $56.99 on a pair of shoes. How much more did the shoes cost than the sweater?

- (A) $21.24
- (B) $12.21
- (C) $24.21
- (D) $12.24

**Q28.** Eric is supervising a group of 57 children at a summer camp. He wants to rent a set of rowboats, each of which will hold a maximum of six children. What is the minimum number of rowboats that Eric will need to rent to make sure that every child is included?

- (A) 1 rowboats
- (B) 5 rowboats
- (C) 10 rowboats
- (D) 15 rowboats

**Q29.** As an incentive for her sales staff of 12 people, Shondra allocated $7500 for a quarterly bonus, which she promised to split evenly among all salespeople who made their quotas. If all 12 people succeeded, how much money did each person receive?

- (A) $25
- (B) $125
- (C) $325
- (D) $625

**Q30**. Norma produced a report on how the non-profit corporation that she works for had raised funds in the preceding year. She found that 36.8% of funding came from a Rockefeller Foundation grant, 22.7% came from the United Way, and 19.4% came from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. If the remaining funding came from local donations, what percentage of the total did this constitute?

- (A) 11.1%
- (B) 21.1%
- (C) 111.1%
- (D) 121.1%

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