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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Probability

Probability basically tells you how often an event is likely to happen. For example, it’s very likely that you’ll encounter some probabili...

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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Interpreting Data Dis

When you run into a data analysis question on the GED Math test, even if the question looks complicated, you shouldn’t panic. After all, without...

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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Working with Three-Di

When you run into a three-dimensional figure problem on the GED Math test, it probably means you’ll have to calculate an object’s surface...

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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Working with Two-Dime

Two-dimensional figures cover a lot of ground—sometimes literally. The GED Math test will pose questions where you have to find the perimeter, circu...

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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Working with Ratios

Some questions on the GED Math test will involve ratios. You use a ratio to compare the relative size of two numbers, by showing how many times the se...

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• ### GED Math Practice Questions: Basic Math Operations

About half of the GED Math test depends on basic arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, and fractions). The better you...

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• ### GED Test Tips: Finding Math Formulas and Symbols

In the Mathematical Reasoning and Science sections on the GED computer test, you’ll have to use formulas to find the answer, and some questions...

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• ### GED Test Tips: Editing Your Text on Computer

Some parts of the GED computer test require you to write and edit text—the Extended Response section is one example. Whether it’s cutting, cop...

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• ### GED Test Tips: Using a Mouse

Along with keyboarding skills, you’ll need to know how to handle a mouse for the GED computer test. The mouse is useful for selecting answers as...

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• ### GED Test Tips: Answering Fill-in-the-Blank Questio

Fill-in-the-blank questions on the GED test require that you fill in the answer without the benefit of four answer choices to choose from. Often, they...

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