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Each year, test-takers report that the Mathematical Reasoning test is the toughest of all the GED® tests. Thats why REA offers the most complete guide to success on the GED® Math test.
Written by Sandra Rush, a GED® Math tutor and test expert - This revised second edition of our best-selling test prep is completely aligned with the content and format of the current GED® test. A comprehensive review covers all the mathematics topics tested on the exam, including fractions, decimals, percentages, algebra, polynomials, scientific notation, and more.
Know your way around the TI-30XS MultiView™ calculator - A step-by-step tutorial gets you up and running in no time.
Helpful hints you need to know - Hundreds of hints, shortcuts, and exercises reinforce key math points, including secrets of rounding, calculating with fractions, knowing the difference between domain and range, a neat way to remember negative and absolute values, and much more!
Diagnostic pretest and two full length practice tests - A diagnostic pretest with comprehensive feedback helps you pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. Two full-length practice tests feature every type of question (including drag-and-drop, hot-spot, and drop-down test items), subject area, and skill tested on the GED® Mathematical Reasoning test. Each practice test comes with detailed answer explanations to help you identify where you need extra review.
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This question requires you to order a set of fractions and decimals from smallest to largest. First, the numbers must all be converted to the same format--either all fractions or all decimals--then the resulting numbers are placed in order. Which list shows the numbers arranged from smallest to largest? Option A is correct. This response is the result of either converting the decimals to fractions, or the fractions to decimals, then comparing the results, and placing the original numbers in the correct order.
The GED is a secondary option for individuals who did not complete high school and receive their high school diploma. The GED, recognized in all 50 states, serves as a high school equivalency credential. With this credential, graduates can apply for colleges and entry-level employment positions. The mathematical reasoning section of the GED test consists of two types of problems, quantitative problem-solving and algebraic problem-solving. The GED math test has two sections.
However, the GED only tests basic math concepts: your ability to work with numbers, decode story problems, analyze data, and solve algebra and geometry problems. Concepts specific to calculus or trigonometry are not included, and you can use an on-screen calculator for most of the questions.
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