This is the 48th of 50 Math HiSET practice tests that we offer. The practice test contains 10 questions. You may not skip any of the questions. You must answer all of the questions to receive your score. There is no time limit on the test.
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Math HiSET Practice Test 48
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If 2x – 6 = 0, then x = ?CorrectIncorrect
If 5x + 4x = 54, then x = ?CorrectIncorrect
If 4/5 = a/20, then a = ?CorrectIncorrect
8 + (1 + 5)² ÷ 4 = ?CorrectIncorrect
If a parallelogram has a base of 5 inches and height of 4 inches, what is the area in square inches?CorrectIncorrect
Solve for x: 5/6 = x/12CorrectIncorrect
If x + 3 – 3 = -6 then x = ?CorrectIncorrect
When a coin is flipped it has equal chances of landing on either heads or tails on each flip. If a coin is flipped 3 times, what is the probability that it will be heads all three times?CorrectIncorrect
David is half as old as his uncle Robert. In 4 years David will be 6 years younger than Robert. How old are David and Robert now?CorrectIncorrect
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