# Math Test Set 17

The questions on this practice Math sample test are essential for your GED® preparation.

Each question has a couple of choices.

Choose the best possible answer for each of the questions.

1. How many degrees form a right angle like noon to 3 pm on a clock?
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Question 1 of 10

2. Simplify the given expression.

9(9 − 10r) + (−8 − 2r)
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Question 2 of 10

3. Given f(x) = −3x²+4x+1, evaluate f(2).
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Question 3 of 10

4. Determine whether the given relation is a function.

T = {(−9, 1), (1, 6), (1, 8)}
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Question 4 of 10

5. Solve the inequality:

x + 10 < 19
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6. Simplify:

3 − (−5y + 1)
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7. Solve the inequality.

−5x − 6 ≥ 4 − 9x
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8. Solve the given equation for x.

−5x + 17 = 112
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9. Use the distributive property to expand the given expression.

−8(4u² − 6v²)
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10. Simplify:  3(b + 4) + 5(b + 2)
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Question 10 of 10

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## GED Test Prep Tips

Taking multiple practice tests is very important because they will indicate what your skills and knowledge gaps are. It’s key to learn what your weak and strong points are. This allows you to focus on studying those topics that need your attention most.

Recent GED grads have some very wise advice for you: don’t learn for all of the four GED subtest areas at once.

You have the option to sit for one (or more) of the GED modules at a time. So prepare (and pay for) one subject area, pass that section, and move on to get ready for the next section. Many students, when preparing for the GED exam, forget to block time for learning. That’s a serious but common mistake.

Your actual biggest enemies are procrastination and excuses! Simply decide about a learning schedule that fits you and stick to it! Time management issues are commonly the biggest hurdles to being successful on the GED test.

A second common mistake leading to failing the GED exam is the fact that so many students are spending too much time on just one question. Then they can’t make it till the end. This is a preventable mistake!

Last Updated on August 18, 2020.