Math Test Set 9

These questions are written by our Math team and are similar to what’s on the GED® test.

Each question has four or five answer choices.

Choose the best answer for each question.

1. The Solar Impulse, a solar-powered plane, lifted off at a speed of 28 miles per hour from a military airport. Convert the plane's speed to the nearest km/h (kilometer per hour).

Note: there are 0.6214 miles in a kilometer.

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2. Use rules of exponents and rewrite this expression as a single exponent.

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3. An adult ticket to the show costs $9 and a student ticket costs $4. All the tickets sold generated a revenue of $342. If 22 adults bought tickets, how many student tickets were sold?

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4. Use rules of exponents and rewrite this expression as a single exponent:

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5. Evaluate the expression at the given value of x.

−6x − 6 at x = 3

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6. Use rules of exponents and rewrite this expression as a single exponent:

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7. Solve this proportion:

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8. Translate the phrase into a mathematical expression involving the given variable.

“4 less than 11 times the number x ”

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9. The following table compares the 2019 first six months' preliminary crime rates to those of the first six months of 2018. What type of crime shows the most decrease?

Murder: −10.0%
Forcible rape: −3.3%
Robbery: −6.5%
Aggravated assault: −3.2%
Burglary: −2.5%
Larceny-theft: −5.3%
Motor vehicle theft: −18.75%
Arson: −8.2%

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Question 9 of 10

10. Use rules of exponents and rewrite this expression as a single exponent:

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You are allowed to take one of the four GED tests at a time, so prepare for one subject area, take that test, and move on to the next subject field.

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Procrastination and excuses are your biggest enemies. Please decide about your learning schedule and stick to it.

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