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Math HiSET Practice Test 49

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Two city building lots are for sale. Lot B is twice as long in each rectangular dimension as Lot A. How big is Lot B compared to Lot A?

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In 1998 gasoline cost 34 cents per gallon. By 2004 gasoline cost 2.5 times more. What is the average price increase per gallon of gasoline between 1998 and 2004?

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A farmer can haul 400 pounds of corn in his pickup truck. If the farmer has 1870 pounds of corn to take to market, how many trips will he have to make?

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John has a cylindrical propane tank that measures 8″ in diameter and 8″ tall If John buys a new cylindrical propane tank that is twice as wide and half as tall as his current tank, how much larger will the volume of the new tank be?

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John wants to upholster an ottoman that measures 4′ wide, 3′ long, and x 2′ high. How many square feet of fabric does he need to upholster the ottoman?