Math Test Level 3 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 10

1. A rectangle has an area of 48 square inches and a length of 12 inches. What is the width, in inches, of the rectangle?

Use this formula:
If Area = Length x Width

Then Width=Area/Lenght

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Question 2 of 10

2. Find the circumference of this circle. Round the answer to tenth decimal place. ( use π=3.14 )

Use this formula:
C = 2πr
or
C = πd;
π ≈ 3.14
r-radius
d-diameter

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Question 3 of 10

3. Find the area of this triangle

Use this formula:

A = ½ bh
h-height
b-base

 

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Question 4 of 10

4. The Blue Bakers manufacture cookies and brownies. The sales of cookies (in packs) in
14 days are recorded. Read the graph and answer the question. How many cookie packs were sold on day 5 and day 7
altogether?

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Question 5 of 10

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

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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. Tom and Maria typed in words in the ratio of 1 : 5 in 20 minutes. They typed 864 words altogether. Find the number of words that each of them typed.

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Question 8 of 10

8. David bought a bag of caramel chocolates and chocolate truffles in the ratio of 4 : 6. If the bag holds 24 caramel chocolates, how many chocolates in all did the bag contain?

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Question 9 of 10

9. The average length of a Rattlesnake is 6 feet and the average length of a Copperhead snake is 30 inches. What is the ratio of the length of the Rattlesnake to the length of the Copperhead snake? Reduce the
ratio to its lowest term. This task requires Unit Conversion.

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Question 10 of 10

10. Simplify this linear expression: 8c – 4 – 2c + 5

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