Gear up to crush the GED Mathematical Test Does the thought of taking the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test make you weak? Fear not! With the help of GED Mathematical Reasoning Test For Dummies, you'll get up to speed on the new structure and computer-based format of the GED and gain the confidence and know-how to make the Mathematical Reasoning Test your minion. Packed with helpful guidance and instruction, this hands-on test-prep guide covers the concepts covered on the GED Mathematical Reasoning Test and gives you ample practice opportunities to assess your understanding of number operations/number sense, measurement and geometry, data, statistics, and probability, and algebra, functions, and patterns. Now a grueling 115 minutes long, the new Mathematical Reasoning section of the GED includes multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, hot-spot, drop-down, and drag-and-drop questionsawhich can prove to be quite intimidating for the uninitiated. Luckily, this fun and accessible guide breaks down each section of the exam and the types of questions you'll encounter into easily digestible parts, making everything you'll come across on exam day feel like a breeze! Inside, you'll find methods to sharpen your math skills, tips on how to approach GED Mathematical Reasoning question types and formats, practice questions and study exercises, and a full-length practice test to help you pinpoint where you need more study help. Presents reviews of the GED Mathematical Reasoning test question types and basic computer skills Offers practice questions assessing work-place related and academic-based math skills Includes one full-length GED Mathematical Reasoning practice test Provides scoring guidelines and detailed answer explanations Even if math has always made you mad, GED Mathematical Reasoning Test For Dummies makes it easy to pass this crucial exam and obtain your hard-earned graduate equivalency diploma.To calculate a circlea#39;s area, use the formula A r2, where A is the area of the circle in square units, r is the radius, and 314 227 . or , whichever is more ... If you ate a third of the pizza, how many square inches of pizza would you have eaten?
|Title||:||GED Mathematical Reasoning Test For Dummies|
|Author||:||Murray Shukyn, Achim K. Krull|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-09-08|