# Ch 1: ASVAB Math: Basic Arithmetic

Study the foundations of basic arithmetic. The essential components of basic arithmetic are outlined in the video lessons and quizzes in a way that is easy to comprehend.

## Basic Arithmetic - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's engaging lessons to understand the basics of arithmetic. The video lessons go over the various components of arithmetic operations and how to solve an array of problems. The lessons contained in this prep chapter include the following:

• The number line
• Binary and non-binary operations
• Multiplication and division
• Signed numbers
• Multiplication property of zero
• The associative and commutative properties
• Graph parts

Within this chapter's lessons, you will find rules for different operations and corresponding examples. Take quizzes to get an assessment of your understanding of the material. The covered topics are illustrated in video lessons for enhanced instruction.

## ASVAB Math Objectives

The ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge section aims to gauge one's knowledge of math principles covered at the high school level. The lessons contained in this chapter address the basic arithmetic material presented on the exam. These lessons have goals that include:

• Understanding the number line
• Understanding what the various parts of a graph are
• Multiplying large numbers and performing long division
• Correctly identifying the greatest common factor

The ASVAB Mathematics Knowledge part of the test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. This subtest has a time limit of 24 minutes.

15 Lessons in Chapter 1: ASVAB Math: Basic Arithmetic
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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