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### Question of the Day: ASVAB Math

If Jack ran at an average rate of 7 miles per hour for a 21 mile course, and Sam ran half as fast for the same distance, how much longer did it take for Sam to run the course than Jack?

2 hours

3 hours

1 hour

2.5 hours

4 hours

If you’re seeking a career in the US Armed Services, then you are working hard to prepare for the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery). In order to do well on this test, it is important not to try to do all your studying at the last minute, which will just leave you sleepless, stressed, and unprepared. Instead, you should focus on daily test practice, which can help you retain important information so you can do your best on the ASVAB. This is especially important for the Mathematics section of the ASVAB, which is one of the four required sections of the test, and one of the more difficult for test-takers. The Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools Question of the Day can serve as an important daily test review for you.

ASVAB Mathematics is one of four sections that you must pass in order to get into the US Armed Services. If you place well, then your aptitude for math can also help place you in a long-term career in the military that is intellectually compelling. However, math is a tough subject for many students, so you should use the best daily test review tools to help you prepare for this section of your ASVAB.

The Learning Tools are a suite of study tools created to help you with test review before the ASVAB. One of the tools is the Question of the Day, which gives you a brand new question to answer daily that is based on the material tested in previous ASVAB tests. The ASVAB Mathematics Question of the Day has different features to help you prepare for the actual exam, like the timer feature, which shows you how long you take to answer the question. By seeing your overall time taken to answer each math question, you can narrow down areas of study to help you improve your mathematics understanding, and also reduce the time you think about the answer to each problem.

You can also use the ASVAB Mathematics Question of the Day to track how well you answer each question over time. You can see which mathematics problems you should study more thoroughly, and you can track your improvement as you learn more. You can also use the graphs to compare how well you do on the ASVAB Math Questions of the Day compared to other students who will take the test.

At the bottom of the Question of the Day page, you can see a thorough explanation of the correct answer. Whether you answered the question correctly or not, this explanation can enhance your understanding of the math equation, so you can accurately answer similar questions when they come up as a future Question of the Day, as well as be prepared to answer them on the test.

The ASVAB Mathematics Question of the Day is one of the free ASVAB practice tools offered online through Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools. Check out the other tools available to you, like flashcards that will help you review even more of the material that you might see on the test, today!