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The GED Mathematics test is two parts.  Part one allows you to use a calculator.  Part two does not.

 

The GED Math test will test your knowledge on number operations, number sense, basic algebra functions, algebra patterns, basic geometry, measurement, data analysis, statistics, and probability.

 

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