# Math Test Set 1

This practice Math test is an essential part of our GED test preparation. The questions include equations, the order of operations, and word problems.

These questions belong to the Basic Math category. Basic Math questions make up 25% of the GED Mathematical Reasoning test.

Each question comes with several answer options. You should select the best answer option for each of the questions.

1. Solve the equation 3x = 24 for x.
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2. There are 12 eggs in one box and 12 boxes in one crate. How many eggs are in a shipment of 24 crates?
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3. A full-grown horse should eat a minimum of 12 pounds of hay each day and may eat much more depending on their weight. How many pounds minimum would a horse eat over a year?
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4. John paints blue spots on his car. He usually paints these blue spots in pairs. If the total count of blue spots is 72, how many pairs of blue spots 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. A.
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## GED Test Prep Tips

It’s very important that you learn your weak and strong points so you can spend your time learning the topics that need your attention most.

Here is some great advice from recent graduates: don’t study for all subtests at once. There’s a better option.

You can take one of the four subtests at a time. So prepare for just one subject field, pass that section, and move ahead to the next subject test.

One of the most common mistakes, when preparing for the exam, is that students forget to block their time for learning. Keep in mind that making excuses and procrastination are your big enemies.

Please set up a good learning schedule and be sure to stick to it. In fact, time management issues are among the main stumbling blocks to being successful on the real test.

Another big mistake that leads to not passing the exam is that students will spend far too much time on just one question so they’ll end up not being able to make it through the whole exam.

Last Updated on November 9, 2020.