83 Answered Questions for the topic GED
The following set of data is given: 12, 14, 20, 18, 16, 14, 24, 16, 14 Adding which pair of numbers would make the mean higher?
I need help understanding this math problem.
Hi, I'm trying to pass my GED Math test. It's literally the only test I need to pass, but math problems like this one really tend to discourage me.48x+32y32The way I have it is as the long division... more
GED math...computer-based math test formats
A painter needs to cover the walls of four rooms in two coats of paint. Each room measures 4ft by 8ft, the ceiling is 10 ft high in each room. Each gallon covers 32 square feet. How many gallons of... more
GED Ratio Probability Question
A test has two parts, A and B, each containing 10 questions. A student needs to choose 8 questions from part A and 4 questions from part B. In how many ways can he do that?
i honestly need help with this
The volume of a rectangular prism is (x3 – 3x2 + 5x – 3), and the area of its base is (x2 – 2). If the volume of a rectangular prism is the product of its base area and height, what is the height... more
The population of a city that is 200 square miles is 2.5 million. What is the population density per square mile of the city?
F. 80 people G. 500 people H. 1,250 people J. 12,500 people
What is the function?
Took a pretest and this one stumped me. Any help would be greatful http://i.gyazo.com/6703f24740c64115aae5d96dabaf09c6.png