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GED Math Test 2014 – Finding the Mean of a Data Set Tutorial

GED Math Test 2014 - Finding the Mean of a Data Set Tutorial

You can get our 75 question GED exam with videos of all the solutions:
http://www.gedmathanswers.com

A math tutorial on finding the mean aka average of a given set of numbers. To find the mean of a set of numbers, you add up all the numbers and then divide that total by the number of numbers you added up.

For this problem, our numbers were 6, 34, 13, 11, 15, 7, and 7. The mean or average is (6 + 34 + 13 + 11 + 15 + 7 + 7)/7 = 93/7 = 13.29. We divided the summation by 7 because there were 7 numbers in the data set.

Video is from the GED Math Answers series available at http://www.clickbitz.com/ged-math-answers

How to Pass the GED Writing Test: Video 3 – How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay (Outline Explained)

http://thecougaracademy.com/ The How to Pass the GED Writing Test Tutorial Series continues with this introduction to How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay. This video presents an outline you can use as a model for your GED essay, or any five paragraph essay you may be writing.

Links to other videos in the tutorial series are:

Video 1 – Two Sections of Test Explained http://youtu.be/RnoEUxCAsgI
Video 2 – How the Writing Test Is Scored (You Have Options) http://youtu.be/aYD0LEbeOQI
Video 3 – How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay (Outline Explained) http://youtu.be/YSkTtTV_8Fo
Video 4: Essay Pre-writing http://youtu.be/P2Z11Jy1kgQ
Video 5: Essay Introduction http://youtu.be/6ZyPO-x2Ho4
Video 6: Essay – 1st Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/pgMT6kVUOqI
Video 7: Essay – 2nd Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/vyAxLB6Dy_0
Video 8: Essay – 3rd Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/dABdvThM5ko
Video 9: Essay Conclusion http://youtu.be/K6i__wACDNk
Video 10: Essay Revising (coming soon)
Video 11: Essay Proofreading (coming soon)
Video 12: What Exactly Is the Question I’m Suppose To Write On? (coming soon)

GED Math Test 2014 – Percentage and Commissions Tutorial

GED Math Test 2014 - Percentage and Commissions Tutorial

You can get our 75 question GED exam with videos of all the solutions:
http://www.gedmathanswers.com

A math tutorial on how to solve a problem involving percentages and commissions. Video is from the GED Math Answers series available at http://www.clickbitz.com/ged-math-answers
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How to Pass the GED Writing Test: Video 2 – How the Writing Test Is Scored (You Have Options)

http://www.TheCourgarAcademy.com This video includes a brief discussion on how the GED Writing Test is scored, and examples are given. The writing multiple test score is combined with the essay test score to determine the overall score for the GED writing test – watch this video to find how. Furthermore, discover how you actually have options as to what to focus on for this exam to help ensure you get a good score.

This is the 2nd video of the GED Writing Test Tutorial Series. Links to other videos in the tutorial series are:

Video 1 – Two Sections of Test Explained http://youtu.be/RnoEUxCAsgI
Video 2 – How the Writing Test Is Scored (You Have Options) http://youtu.be/aYD0LEbeOQI
Video 3 – How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay (Outline Explained) http://youtu.be/YSkTtTV_8Fo
Video 4: Essay Pre-writing http://youtu.be/P2Z11Jy1kgQ
Video 5: Essay Introduction http://youtu.be/6ZyPO-x2Ho4
Video 6: Essay – 1st Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/pgMT6kVUOqI
Video 7: Essay – 2nd Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/vyAxLB6Dy_0
Video 8: Essay – 3rd Middle Paragraph http://youtu.be/dABdvThM5ko
Video 9: Essay Conclusion http://youtu.be/K6i__wACDNk
Video 10: Essay Revising (coming soon)
Video 11: Essay Proofreading (coming soon)
Video 12: What Exactly Is the Question I’m Suppose To Write On? (coming soon)
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A Winning Formula to Pass the GED Math Test

GED Teacher Damon Tinnon exposes his winning formula to pass the GED Math Test in 2015! Get the Get Your GED Now Test Preparation Series and put this winning formula to work for you today! Go to www.mygedlive.com or text/call (707) 385-1680.

You can get our 75 question GED exam with videos of all the solutions:
http://www.gedmathanswers.com

A math tutorial on how to solve a scientific notation problem on the 2014 GED math test. Scientific notation means you have one digit to the left of the decimal. The digit has to be between 1 and 9 so that means you can’t have a zero to the left of the decimal. For example, 0.156 * 10^5 is not the right way to do scientific notation because there is a zero to the left of the decimal. 1.56 * 10^4 is the right way. It would also be wrong to write 15.6 * 10^3 because now there are two digits to the left of the decimal.

Note that when you move the decimal to the right one place the power of the exponent drops by one. When the decimal moves one place to the left, the power of the exponent increases by one. Basically, when you move the decimal to the left you are dividing by ten so to keep the number the same the exponent term has to multiplied by ten. Likewise, when you move the decimal to the right you are multiplying by ten so the exponent term has to be divided by ten. For example 2 * 10^2 = 20 * 10^1 = 200 * 10^0

Video is from the GED Math Answers series available from http://www.clickbitz.com/ged-math-answers
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GED Math Test 2014 – Volume and Surface Area of Sphere Tutorial

You can get our 75 question GED exam with videos of all the solutions:
http://www.gedmathanswers.com

A math tutorial on how to find the surface area of the sphere if you’re given the volume.

The formula for the volume of a sphere (aka a ball) is V = 4 / 3 * pi * r^3 where r is the radius. If you know the volume you can solve for r and then plug it into the formula for the surface area of a sphere. SA = 4 * pi * r^2.

Video is from the GED Math Answers series available from http://www.clickbitz.com/ged-math-answers
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GED Math Test 2014 – Solve by Substitution Tutorial

GED Math Test 2014 - Solve by Substitution Tutorial

You can get our 75 question GED exam with videos of all the solutions:
http://www.gedmathanswers.com

A math tutorial on how to solve for variables using the substitution method.

We’ve got two equations:
y = 8 + 4 * x
2 * y – 20 * x = 4

We’ve already got the first equation in the form y equals so we can plug the first equation into the y value of the second one.

2 * (8 + 4 * x) – 20 * x = 4

16 + 8 * x – 20 * x = 4
16 – 12 * x = 4
-12 * x = -12
x = 1

Now we can use x = 1 to solve for y by plugging x = 1 into either the first or second equation.

y = 8 + 4 * x
y = 8 + 4 * 1
y = 12

Solving by substitution has given us the values x = 1 and y = 12. Since the equations given were both equations of a line the point (1, 12) would be where the lines intersect.

Video is from GED Math Answers, available at http://www.clickbitz.com/ged-math-answers

GED Practice Test Problems 9 to 11

FREE GED Math Practice Test Tutorial Videos by April! Visit MathTutorApril.com for more subjects.
Problems 9 to 11: Geometry, 180 degrees inside triangle, determining type of triangle by angle measures, solving for angle measures, simplifying an expression using Order of Operations (PEMDAS)

Predict Your Broadband Speed With A Broadband Speed Test Before Signing Up

Broadband speed is one of the biggest concerns to anyone thinking about changing their broadband connection, and rightly so. After all, it’s the speed that we probably notice most of all about a broadband connection, and it’s the speed that effects exactly what we can do online. Slower broadband, for example, makes watching HD content online impossible, while fast broadband can make it very easy to stream HD services or download huge files in minutes rather than hours. Speed is even more important when you live with others and need to make sure that everyone in your house can access the internet at a good rate.

The problem with broadband speed is that it’s not always that easy to tell what you’re going to end up with when you are out looking for a provider online. A lot of providers advertise their speeds as ‘up to’ a certain amount, but it’s important to remember that it’s unlikely you’ll see the upper limits of that amount due to the way most broadband works.

The vast majority of broadband providers in the UK use a technology called ADSL. There’s a lot of tech stuff involved, but all you really need to know about ADSL is that it delivers broadband through your phone line. The broadband signal is split from your local telephone exchange, sent down a copper cable into your home where your router and computer sort out the data. This system is popular because nearly everyone in the UK has access to a phone line, providing coverage of about 98% overall. It’s also cheaper, as there’s no digging or extra installation work to be done because in most cases a phone line will already exist to a property.

The problem with this technology is that it’s really old. Copper cables were never designed to carry internet data on them so the signal degrades the further it has to travel. This means that if you live 3 miles away from your local exchange, your broadband speeds will be very slow, while if you live next door to your exchange, you should be able to get very fast speeds. Essentially, broadband speed through ADSL is far more to do with where your actual house is in relation to the telephone exchange than any choice you can make about different providers.

Of course, not everyone knows their exact distance from their exchange, which is where online speed checkers can come in handy. Not to be confused with the other type of speed test which tests your current connection speeds, a broadband speed test
can be used to test the potential speed of a connection you haven’t signed up to yet. The test works out how far you are aware from your exchange and what different technologies your exchange has available and then uses this information to guess your potential broadband speed.

This can be done be entering either your postcode or telephone number into the test, although telephone number tests are usually a little more accurate. No test is completely 100% correct, but it’s a pretty good indicator of what speed you’ll actually get. Having this in advance is very useful, as it means you already know the limits of your connection and can adjust your choices accordingly. For example, if your maximum broadband speed is around 6 Mbps, then there’s not much point paying extra for an up to 24 Mbps package.

Broadband speed tester is a blog and review site that answers questions for consumers such as ‘how do I test my broadband speed?’ and ‘what are the latest offers available for broadband in my area?’. Check the site out for the answer to these and a thousand other questions about the broadband market before you decide to switch!

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