Math Test. Level 2 -Set 4

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. Fiona, an avid food blogger posted a total of 216 recipes in 36 weeks. If she posted them at a constant rate, how many recipes did she upload in 15 weeks’ time?
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Question 2 of 10

2. Steve completed an online course that contained 20 core topics in a total of 40 learning hours. How many topics did he complete in 12 hours time?
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Question 3 of 10

3. Solve this proportion:

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Question 4 of 10

4. Solve this proportion:

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Question 5 of 10

5. A soup recipe calls for 7:5 in water:vegetables.  What percent of the soup volume is water, and how many cups of vegetables are needed for 60 cups of soup?
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Question 6 of 10

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

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Question 7 of 10

7. What is the vehicle's speed when traveling 30 miles in 30 minutes?
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Question 8 of 10

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

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Question 9 of 10

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

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Question 10 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 next subject field.

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The second common mistake that leads to failing the GED test is the fact that students spend too much time on one question and end up not making it through the whole test.

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