Math Test 10 Set 3

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Each GED Practice Test Math 10-3 question has four or five answer choices.

Choose the best answer for each question.

1. What are the two (2) integers on a number line that are both two (2) units away from the integer 2?

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2. The following bar chart shows Profits and Losses for a small business over the first 6 (six) months of the operational fiscal year by the month. It shows the profits and losses for each of the six months. Was the business making a net profit or a loss over this 6-month period? How much was it?

 

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3. At -282 feet, Death Valley is the lowest point in North America. On the entire landmass of Earth, the lowest point is on the Dead Sea shores along the Israel- Jordan border. Here, the elevation is -1,371 feet. So how many feet is the Dead Sea shore lower than Death Valley?

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4. Determine k so that the point (−1, k) is a solution of y = −5x+ 3.

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5. Simplify the given expression.

(4 − 2)2 − (7 − 2)3

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6. Solve the given equation for x.

14x = 84

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7. On his first 3 exams, Bob scored 79, 54, and 61. What score must Bob have on the fourth exam to come to an average of 71 for all of the four exams?

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8. Translate the phrase into a mathematical expression:

“6 times the sum of the number n and 3”

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9. Simplify the expression:

8(7x+ 8)

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10. Reduce the given fraction to lowest terms.

 

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