Math Test 10 Questions

These questions are written by our Math Instructor and are similar to the GED® Test. Each question has four or five answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question.

 

Question 1 of 10

1. Find y:  5 + y  =  -15
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Question 2 of 10

2. Solve for h:  h – 9  =  136
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Question 3 of 10

3. Students were divided into seven teams.

If the class comprises 49 students, how many students can be found on each team?
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Question 4 of 10

4. Paul has 324 postage stamps in his stamp collection while Jason collected 88
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Question 5 of 10

5. Jeff has one million dollars in his bank account. He cashes out only in $100 bills. How many $100 currency notes should he collect?
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Question 6 of 10

6. Anne baked a total of 78 scones for a tea party. If all the scones are arranged in
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Question 7 of 10

7. Simplify 500/1000
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Question 8 of 10

8. How many degrees would the hour hand move in 4 hrs?
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Question 9 of 10

9. Jack borrowed a sum of 12000$ from a financing company for 3 years at 15% per annum. What is the total interest he paid in 3 years?
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Question 10 of 10

10. Daniel invests a total of $5580 in the shares of XYZ company. If he has bought 60 shares, how much is each share worth?
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