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GED Practice Test 2021
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- A painter rented a wallpaper steamer at 9 a.m. and returned it at 4 p.m. He paid a total of $28.84. What was the rental cost per hour?
- What is the value of 36x - 8y2 when x = 3 and y = -6?
- Annie is planning a business meeting for her company. She has a budget of $1,325 for renting a meeting room at a local hotel and providing lunch. She expects 26 people to attend the meeting. The cost of renting the meeting room is $270. Which inequality shows how to find the amount, x, Annie can spend on lunch for each person?
- Dominic earns $285 per week plus an 8% commission rate on all his sales. If Dominic sells $4,213 worth of merchandise in one week, how much will his total earnings for the week be?
- A scientist is studying red maple tree growth in a state park. She measured the trunk diameters of a sample of trees in the same month every other year. The tables show the data for two of the trees. This is the final year in which she will collect data. When her data collection is complete, she will predict future red maple tree growth.
a) The scientist plots the data for tree 2 on a coordinate grid. She begins by plotting data for year 3 and year 11. What are the locations of the two points on the coordinated grid?
b) The scientist creates an equation that models her data for each tree so that she can predict the diameter in the future. Complete a linear equations that fits the data for tree 1, where x is the year and y is the trunk diameter, in inches.
c) In year 13, the scientist will put tree wrap around tree 1 to protect it from the winter snow. The height of the tree wrap needs to be 45 inches. The wrap is priced by the square foot. To the nearest square foot, how many square feet of wrap does she need?
- The graph shows the level of ibuprofen, y units, in a patient’s bloodstream x hours after the ibuprofen was taken. The level of ibuprofen in the patient’s bloodstream increased from ____ hours to _____ hours.
- An office uses paper drinking cups in the shape of a cone, with dimensions as shown. To the nearest tenth of a cubic inch, what is the volume of each drinking cup?
- There are s steps from the pedestal to the head of the Statue of Liberty. The number of steps in the Washington Monument is 27 less than 6 times the number of steps in the Statue of Liberty. Which expression represents the number of steps in the Washington Monument in terms of s?
GED Math Test Prep
This video tutorial provides a GED math practice test. It contains 60 free response and multiple choice practice problems.
- Pythagorean Theorem - Perimeter of a Triangle
- Multiplying Two Binomials Using The Foil Method
- Adding Fractions
- Order of Operations - PEMDAS
- Finding The Diameter of a Circle Given Its Area
- Subtracting Polynomials
- Calculating The Surface Area of a Cylinder
- Multiplying Fractions
- Dividing Fractions
- Evaluating Functions
- Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
- Solving Linear Equations With Parentheses
- Solving Equations Using The Square Root Function
- Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring
- Factoring Polynomials
- The Quadratic Formula
- Dividing Trinomials By Binomials
- Long Division of Polynomials
- Exponents and Powers
- Multiplying Monomials
- Multiplication With Scientific Notation
- Scientific Notation - Division
- Adding Two Numbers In Scientific Notation
- Percentage Word Problem With Pie Charts
- Sales Tax Word Problem
- How To Determine The Original Price of the Item
- Percent Increase Word Problems
- Percent Increase Problem With Bar Graph
- Probability Word Problem With Marbles
- Fundamental Counting Principle
- Mean, Median, Mode, & Range Using Dot Plot - Statistics
- Box and Whisker Plots
- Simple Interest Word Problem
- Plotting Points In The Coordinate Plane
- Finding The Slope and Y-intercept of a Line
- Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Writing Linear Equations Given The Slope and a Point
- Writing Linear Equations Given Two Points
- Translating Sentences Into Algebraic Expressions
- Sentences into Expressions - Product & Quotient
- Number Lines
- Rental Car Company Word Problem
- Interest Free Loan Word Problem
- Solving Systems of Equations Using Elimination Method
- Finding The Point of Intersection of Two Lines
- System of Equations Word Problem With Apples & Bananas
- System of Equations Problem - Substitution
- Solving Formulas
- Ratio Word Problem
- Unit Conversion Word Problem
- Scale Map Word Problem
- Unit Conversion With Kg and lbs
- Area and Perimeter of Rectangles and Triangles
- Evaluating Functions - Multi-part Problem
- Finding The Area of a Regular Hexagon
- Functions, Tables, & Graphs
- Solving Linear Inequalities
- How To Calculate The Area of the Shaded Region
GED Math Word Problems
- Jason’s weekly salary was $746. Jason decides to work part-time instead, and now his weekly salary will be $535. By what percent did his salary decrease?
- Jake’s wife, Amy, earned $17 more than triple Jake’s pay last month. In total, Jake and Amy earned $3,112 last month. How much did Jake earn last month?
- Richard’s rectangular yard is 8 meters longer than it is wide. If the total length of the fence around his property is 116 meters, what is the width and length of the yard?
- Anne drives west at an average speed of 45 mph. Beth drives south at an average speed of 55 mph.After both women have driven for 2 hours, how far apart are they?
- In a high school math class, the class average on the last test was 79. The teacher gave 2 students an extra 3 points each, added to their test scores. This increased the class average to 80. How many students took the test?
Hard GED Math Word Problem Examples
- If the ratio of quarters to nickels in a jar is 4 to 1 and there are 23 nickels, how much money are the coins worth altogether?
- Three friends are playing a video game. Jane’s score is 10 points more than Arnold’s, but 6 points less than Sally’s. If Sally has 20 points, how many points does Arnold have?
- Bradley walks 25 yards south from his house to his friend’s house. He then walks 10 yards west to get to school. If tomorrow Bradley walks straight to school without stopping at his friend’s house, how far will his walk be in yards? Round your answer to the nearest whole number?
- Joe gets paid $425 a week at his job. Every week he gets $129 in taxes and $50 in insurance payments taken out of his paycheck. How much money does he keep each week?
- In Kingsport School, 40% of students are female. If the total number of students is 1250, then how many male students are attending the high school?
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