Math Test 10 Questions

These GED questions are written by our Math instructor and are similar to what’s on the GED® test. This is Math 10-1.

Each question has four or five answer choices.

Choose the best answer for each question.

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1. Solve the equation 3x = 24 for x.

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2. There are 12 eggs in one dozen, and 12 dozen in one gross. How many eggs are in a shipment of 24 gross?

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3. Each day, full-grown horses should be eating at least 12 pounds of hay, though they may eat more depending on weight. How many pounds should a full-grown eat at least over a year?

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4. Sunspots, where the sun’s magnetic field is much higher, usually occur in pairs. If the total count of sunspots is 72, how many pairs of sunspots are there?

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5. 17 ÷ 0=

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6. Simplify the given expression.

3 + (3 − 8)2 − 7

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7. John’s bank is overdrawn. After he makes a $120 deposit, John sees that his account still is overdrawn by $75. So what was John's balance before making his deposit?

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8. Translate the phrase into a mathematical expression:

“the speed y decreased by 33”

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9. If 7 bananas cost $2.55, what will be the cost for 14 bananas? Round your answer to the nearest penny.

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10. Identify the coordinates of the point P.

 

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