Math Practice Test 15 Questions Set 2

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 15

1. Which of the following numbers is the smallest of all?
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Question 2 of 15

2. The price of a car was 40,000$ in 2016, 35,000$ in 2017 and 30,000$ in 2018. What is the rate of depreciation of the price of a car?
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Question 3 of 15

3. Two friends travel 150km and 200km in time 6 hours and 5 hours respectively. What is the ratio of their average speed?
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Question 4 of 15

4. The price of a watch is decreased by 10% to 3600$. What will be its original price?
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Question 5 of 15

5. A person bought a fridge for 5,000$.  For how much should he sell it if he wants 20% profit on it?
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Question 6 of 15

6. John goes to therapy twice a week, four weeks monthly If the total expenditure per month for therapy is 5000$, what will be the expense per session of therapy?
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Question 7 of 15

7. If 80% of the applications to a program were canceled, what is the ratio of the number of accepted to the number canceled?
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Question 8 of 15

8. The price of a TV decreases by 15% every year. If after two years its price is 3500$, what is its original price?
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Question 9 of 15

9. The ratio of boys and girls in a class is 3:5. If the class contains 24 students, how many more boys must be enrolled to make the ratio 1:1?
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Question 10 of 15

10. Express the following fraction as a decimal:
687/1000
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Question 11 of 15

11. Express the following fraction as a decimal:
2/4
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Question 12 of 15

12. Multiply 3/8 and 4/2:
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Question 13 of 15

13. Divide 3/8 by 4/2:
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Question 14 of 15

14. Arrange these fractions from small to big:  1/3, 1/5, 1/6
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Question 15 of 15

15. Arrange these fractions from small to big:  2/7, 5/7, 4/7
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