## American Women’s History

## African American History

## Native American History

## American History Timeline

## Distance

## Total Cost

## Verb-Verb Agreement

## Sorting

**0.211, 0.201, 0.300, 0.310, 0.212 → 0.201, 0.211, 0.212, 0.300, 0.311
**

## Estimating

**$19.95 ≈ $20.00
**

## Reading Passage Practice – Elder Abuse

## Reading Passage Practice – Great Expectations

## Reading Passage Practice – Stolen and Lost Wireless Devices

## Context

**The meaning of a word can be inferred from its context.**

## Inference

**Inference asks: What can you infer from what you just read?**

## Detail

**Detail asks: What is a detail of what you just read?**

## Main Idea

**Main Idea asks: What is the main idea of what you just read?**

## How to Follow a Reading Passage

## Facts and Figures

## Quadratics

## Slope Specials

**Vertical, Horizontal, Parallel, Perpendicular**

## Point-Slope

**Point-Slope Form of the Equation of a Line**

## Number Sense

## Tables

Although the Mathematical Reasoning module of the GED allows you to utilize a calculator for most of its questions, knowledge of mathematical tables is useful for the five

calculator-prohibited questions.

Knowing multiplication and division tables is particularly helpful with factoring and simplifying a square root.

Knowing multiplication and division tables is also helpful for working with equations and inequalities.

Knowing mathematical tables has a way of coming in handy in real life, too.

The following downloadable tables are not provided by the GED:**
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## Power

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## Root

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## Absolute Value

## Number Line

## X-Y Coordinates

## Scale

## Ratio and Proportion

## Scientific Notation

## Decimals

## Time

## Measurement

## Toggle

## π

## Division by Zero = Undefined

**Do not divide by zero.**

## Negatives

## Combo

## Probability

## Fractions

## Percents

**% is a multiplier.**

## Checklist

## After You Pass the GED

## Examsmanship

**Examsmanship = What To Do When You Get Stuck**

## Make a Commitment

## Dangling Modifiers

**Wrong: Having finished shopping, the grocery list had no more use.**

**Right: Having finished shopping, I had no more use for the grocery list.**

## Pronouns

**He spoke to us.**

## Capitalization

**Mr. and Mrs. John Doe visited Waterloo, Iowa.**