HiSET Math Practice Test

This HiSET Math practice test will help you get ready for the real test. This test starts with easy questions and then the difficulty increases.

1. Solve this problem: (9 + 3) ÷ 2=

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2. Solve:

15 + 24 ÷ (8 – 2) =

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3. 0.734
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The points -41 and 15 are plotted on a number line. What is the distance, in units, between the two points?

 

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5. Determine which expressions are undefined.

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6. Hawaii, an island, is a popular tourist place. 800 tons of waste materials were recycled in a year. A pie graph is made to show the density of each material recycled. Use the pie graph and answer the questions.

How many tons of other wastes were recycled?

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7. What number is 25% of 640?

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8. Karen bought 2 identical fur coats and 5 identical business jackets. She spent a total amount of $1029. I the price of one fur coat is $182, what is the price of one business jacket?

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9. The phrase is shown

The difference of 20 and 4.

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10. A  cover has a design containing 16 equal-sized squares, each the same size. There are 6 squares that are colored blue. If a coin dropped by a student lands in one of the squares, what is the probability that the coin lands in the square that is colored blue?

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11. Solve this inequality for x.

3x + 11 ≤ 2

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12. Solve the equation for x.

5(x+3)=2(3-x)

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13. A bookstore needs new container boxes for the delivery of its books. Each container will be shaped like a rectangular prism of width 5 inches, height 12 1/4 inches. It needs to have a volume of 367 1/2 cubic inches. What must be the length of the container boxes?

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14. Jason works at a car station on weekends to pay for his college tuition fee. One weekend, he earns $150 by washing 5 cars. Another weekend, he earns $240 by washing 8 cars. If Jason graphed an equation that would represent his total earnings based on the number of cars washed, what would be the slope of the graph?

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15. Mary is walking down the hill at a constant speed. She walks 100 meters, stops for 1 minute, walks the next 75 meters at the same rate of speed, stops again for 1 minute, and then walks the last 30 meters of the hill at the same rate.

Which graph represents Mary walking down the hill?

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