The dog walks, sniffs, and barks.
The dog walked, sniffed, and barked.
0.211, 0.201, 0.300, 0.310, 0.212 → 0.201, 0.211, 0.212, 0.300, 0.311
The meaning of a word can be inferred from its context.
Inference asks: What can you infer from what you just read?
Detail asks: What is a detail of what you just read?
Main Idea asks: What is the main idea of what you just read?
Vertical, Horizontal, Parallel, Perpendicular
Point-Slope Form of the Equation of a Line
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
Knowing multiplication and division tables is particularly helpful with factoring and simplifying a square root.
Knowing mathematical tables has a way of coming in handy in real life, too.
The following downloadable tables are not provided by the GED:
1 foot = 12 inches
1 meter = 100 centimeters
Do not divide by zero.
Examsmanship = What To Do When You Get Stuck
Wrong: Having finished shopping, the grocery list had no more use.
Right: Having finished shopping, I had no more use for the grocery list.
Mr. and Mrs. John Doe visited Waterloo, Iowa.