Quick GED Math Workout #3
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Question 1 
A  $100 
B  $224 
C  $320 
D  $448 
E  $3200

Question 2 
Use the following information to answer questions 2 and 3.
Theresa has volunteered to make apple pies for a bake sale. Someone has donated a 5pound bag of apples and a 5pound sack of flour. There are 15 apples in the bag. There are 20 cups of flour in the sack. The recipe calls for 5 apples in each pie.
How many pies can she make from the bag of apples that was donated?
A  2 
B  3 
C  5 
D  8 
E  15 
Question 3 
Use the following information to answer questions 2 and 3.
Theresa has volunteered to make apple pies for a bake sale. Someone has donated a 5pound bag of apples and a 5pound sack of flour. There are 15 apples in the bag. There are 20 cups of flour in the sack. The recipe calls for 5 apples in each pie.
How many cups of flour will she have left over?
A  8 
B  10 
C  12 
D  15 
E  Not enough information is given. 
Question 4 
A  p  3 = 200 
B  p + 3 = 200 
C  3p = 200 
D  ^{p}/_{3} = 200 
E  3(p + 3) = 200 
Question 5 
Dan wants to buy five new trucks for his carrier business. The monthly operating expenses, totaling $10,100, are represented in the pie chart below. What is the single largest expense per month?
A  Taxes 
B  Fuel 
C  Insurance 
D  Tires 
E  Driver 
Question 6 
Dan wants to buy five new trucks for his carrier business. The monthly operating expenses, totaling $10,100, are represented in the pie chart below.
What percentage of Dan's costs will go toward fuel?
A  10% 
B  15% 
C  21% 
D  31% 
E  Not enough information is given. 
Question 7 
A  $30 
B  $50 
C  $150 
D  $300

E  $350 
Question 9 
A  4 and 5 
B  5 and 6 
C  6 and 7 
D  7 and 8 
E  8 and 9 
Question 10 
A  14 
B  28 
C  32 
D  56 
E  65 
Question 11 
A  2 
B  6 
C  15 
D  75 
E  132 
Question 12 
Questions 11 and 12 refer to the following information.
Jordan plans to walk from Dallas, Texas to Kansas City, Missouri as a publicity stunt to raise money for veterans. His planned route covers a total of 537 miles. Jordan plans to keep a walking pace of 5.3 miles per hour.
How many miles can Jordan cover in a day if he walks for 12 hours?
A  45 
B  64 
C  84 
D  128 
E  160 
Question 13 
Questions 11 and 12 refer to the following information.
Jordan plans to walk from Dallas, Texas to Kansas City, Missouri as a publicity stunt to raise money for veterans. His planned route covers a total of 537 miles. Jordan plans to keep a walking pace of 5.3 miles per hour.
Approximately how many days will Jordan need to make the trip if he walks 10 hours per day.
A  10 
B  22 
C  31 
D  37 
E  41 
Question 14 
A  8 cents 
B  12 cents 
C  24 cents 
D  48 cents 
E  54 cents 
Question 15 
A  32 
B  42 
C  65 
D  90 
E  142 
Question 16 
A  3 x 10^{3} = 6 x 10^{2} 
B  3 x 10^{3} < 6 x 10^{2} 
C  4 x 10^{4} = 8 x 10^{2} 
D  4 x 10^{4} < 8 x 10^{2} 
E  3 x 10^{3} > 6 x 10^{2} 
Question 17 
A  1 ^{1}/_{2} hours 
B  2 ^{1}/_{2} hours 
C  3 hours 
D  3 ^{1}/_{2} hours 
E  3 ^{2}/_{3} hours 
Question 18 
A  2(9) + 2(12) + 2(4.5) 
B  2(9) + 2(12) 
C  12(4.5 + 9) 
D  9(12 + 4.5) 
E  9(12)(4.5) 
Question 19 
A  0 
B  12 
C  24 
D  32 
E  48 
Question 20 
Questions 20 and 21 are based on the following information.
The sales tax in a certain state is 6%. The local sales taxes in a certain city in that state total up to 2%.
Debbie purchased a set of living room furniture in that city for a total of $5,000. What would be the sales tax on that set of furniture?
A  $30 
B  $40 
C  $300 
D  $400 
E  $700 
Question 21 
Questions 20 and 21 are based on the following information.
The sales tax in a certain state is 6%. The local sales taxes in a certain city in that state total up to 2%.
What would be the sales tax on a bedroom set that includes a bed for $1200, a dresser for $800, a mirror for $600, and a set of night stands for $400?
A  $120 
B  $240 
C  $340 
D  $430 
E  Not enough information is given. 
Question 22 
A  12 
B  17 
C  24 
D  34 
E  46 
Question 23 
A  3^{2} + 4^{2} = c^{2} 
B  3^{2}  4^{2} = c^{2} 
C  c^{2} + 4^{2} = 3^{2} 
D  c^{2} + 3^{2} = 4^{2} 
E  c^{2}  3^{2} = 4^{2} 
Question 24 
A  ^{1}/_{5} 
B  ^{2}/_{5} 
C  ^{2}/_{4} 
D  ^{8}/_{12} 
E  ^{12}/_{20} 
Question 25 
A  9xy 
B  12xy 
C  x^{6} + y^{4} 
D  6x + 3y 
E  4x + 4y 
Question 26 
A  $225 
B  $300 
C  $425 
D  $625 
E  $900 
Question 27 
A line segment is drawn on a graph using points A and B as shown. What is the xcoordinate of point B if the slope of the line is ^{1}/_{2}?
A  ^{7}/_{2} 
B  ^{3}/_{2} 
C  7 
D 
7 
E  10 
Question 28 
A  20 
B  40 
C  80 
D  120 
E  320 
Question 29 
A  x = ^{4}/_{7}(100) 
B  x = ^{7}/_{4}(100) Hint: Good job! The GED will never give you more than one correct answer. But this question has the answer written two different ways. Find the other one. 
C  x = 100 ÷ 4 
D  x = 100 (4) 
E  x = 7(100 ÷ 4) Hint: Good job! The GED will never give you more than one correct answer. But this question has the answer written two different ways. Find the other one. 
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