Math Test 15 Questions

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

 

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1. Simple ProbabilityWhat is the probability of tossing one coin for two 'tails' in a row?
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2. Which is equal to 2 and 1/3?
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3. How many degrees make up the four corners of a rectangle?
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4. How many degrees make up the three corners of a triangle?
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5. Which is 2/3 of an hour?
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6. Computation with PercentagesWhat is 40 percent of 30?
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7. What is 6% of 20 plus 15% of 40?
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8. Solve for h:  3/h = 1/12
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9. Costs change from $240 to $320.  what is the percent change?
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10. A 12-in diameter pizza has 6 slices.  What is the two-slice area and crust length:
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11. Suppose the average worker's income grows $2k per year starting from $25k annual salary.  Which equation represents income lower than average?
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12. Which may approximate the volume of a box, can, and sphere in order?
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13. What dimensions of a box have nearly 150 sq.cm of surface area?
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14. What is the surface area of a 6-cm diameter, 4cm-high cylinder?
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15. One-third of students totaled 12 in attendance.  Each pupil was what fraction of the group?
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