Math Test Set 15

Our Math practice questions will help you get ready for the real GED® test efficiently.

Each of the questions has four or five answer options.

Select the best answer for each of the questions.

1. Select the statement that correctly compares the two numbers.
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Question 1 of 10

2. Round the first number to the nearest ten and then multiply.

\(47 \times 5\)
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Question 2 of 10

3. Write the equation of the line that passes through \((0, -7) \) and has a slope of \(5\).
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Question 3 of 10

4. Maria bought \(6\) boxes of crayons each box holding \(12\) crayons. She paid a total of \(\$216\) for the crayons. What was the price per crayon that Maria paid?
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Question 4 of 10

5. Round the mixed number to the nearest whole number.

\(25\, \frac{1}{3}\)
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Question 5 of 10

6. Allen ran \(5.4\) miles on Monday and \(3.28\) miles on Tuesday.
How many total miles did Allen run on both days?
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Question 6 of 10

7. The points \(-41\) and \(15\) are plotted on a number line. What is the distance, in units, between the two points?
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B.
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Question 7 of 10

8. Determine which expression is undefined.

 
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Question 8 of 10

9. Simplify:

\(17^{7}\cdot 17^{9}\)
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D.

Question 9 of 10

10. Combine like terms.

\(4xy − 20xy\)
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Question 10 of 10


 

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GED Test Prep Tips

It’s important that you learn what your weak and strong points are so you can center on learning the topics that need your attention most.

Recent GED students have some pretty good advice for you: don better not learn for all four GED subtests at once.

You have the option to take one of the four GED subject tests at a time. So prepare for one subtest, pass that section, and move ahead to the next subject test. W

hen getting ready for GED testing, a very common mistake is forgetting to block time for learning.

Procrastination and/or excuses are among your biggest enemies. Decide about a specific learning schedule and simply stick to it.

Time management is actually one of the most critical stumbling blocks when it comes to taking and passing the GED exam.

The second big mistake that leads to not passing the GED exam is that many students are spending too much of their time on one question. This will often lead to not enough time to make it through the entire test.

 

Last Updated on April 8, 2021.

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