Math Test Set 13

These questions are written by our Math team and are similar to what’s on the GED® test.

Each question has four or five answer choices.

Choose the best answer for each question.

1. Kevin is writing an essay for his college assignment. He has already written 1500 words for the essay and needs to write more than 2500 words. If Kevin writes 10 words per minute, write an inequality to find the number of minutes, x, that Kevin needs to complete his essay.

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Question 1 of 10

2. Simplify the given expression:

2(10 − 6p) + 10(−2p+ 5)

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3. What is the equation of the line that passes through the points (4, 5) and (-2, 2)

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4. Simplify this expression: (3s13)(9s-5)

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5. Determine whether the given relation is a function:

R = {(−6,−4), (−4,−4), (1,−4)}

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6. The diagram shows a polygon composed of rectangles. What is the perimeter, in feet, of the polygon?

 

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7. The height of two adjacent residential buildings are 54 feet and 81 feet. What is the ratio of the height of the smaller building to the height of the taller building? Write the ratio in its simplest form.

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8. Determine whether the given relation is a function.

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9. Given f(x) = |6x − 9|, evaluate f(8).

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10. The price listed for 40 dinner plates at a home store is $238.80. What amount will Jane need to pay, if she decides to purchase 100 such dinner plates?

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