This is the first of our free GED Science practice tests. The new 2014 GED Science test has challenging questions that will require you to read complex scientific texts, evaluate charts and graphs, and use evidence to make inferences. To prepare for this you will want to work through as many practice questions as possible. These online practice questions include answers and detailed explanations. Start your test prep now with our GED Science practice test.
Directions: Choose the best answer to each question.
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It is a member of the salamandridae family.
It is a type of amphibian.
It is a non-vertebrate.
It is closer to most tetrapods than most newts.
Next, assess the answer choices.
The frog is not a part of the salamandridae family, as it is not inside of the rectangle.
The frog is inside of the vertebrate circle, so it is not a non-vertebrate.
It is not possible to conclude that it is closer to most tetrapods than most newts given the presentation of the information.
The frog is a type of amphibian due to its spot within the amphibian triangle.
All amphibians are salamandridae, but not all salamandridae are amphibians.
Some amphibians are vertebrates, but not all amphibians are vertebrates.
Some salamandridae are amphibians, but not all amphibians are tetrapods.
All amphibians are vertebrates, but not all vertebrates are amphibians.
Not all amphibians are salamandridae, as the rectangle is inside of the triangle. Also, all salamandridae are amphibians because the rectangle is completely inside of the triangle.
All amphibians are vertebrates, not just some, so this answer is false.
All amphibians are tetrapods, so this answer is false.
All amphibians are vertebrates, as the triangle is inside of the circle, but not all vertebrates are amphibians, as the circle is not inside of the triangle. This is the only correct conclusion.
There is more potassium in ocean water than magnesium.
If bromine was more highly concentrated, then it could be extracted for use in disinfectants.
There is more chlorine in ocean water than sodium and sulfur combined.
Carbon plays a small, but important role in the ecosystem of the ocean.
A direct comparison between potassium and magnesium (0.038% vs. 0.135%) shows that there is more magnesium in the ocean than potassium.
The use of bromine as a disinfectant is not related to the data presented.
Likewise, the importance of Carbon’s role in the ocean is not related to the data presented.
The amount of chlorine (1.9%) is greater than sodium and sulfur combined (0.0885%+1.05%=1.1385%).
survival of the fittest
What can be inferred from this passage about the differences between Neptune and Saturn?
Saturn is smaller than Neptune.
Saturn is rockier than Neptune.
Neptune is icier than Saturn.
Neptune has more moons than Saturn.
21% * 9%
= 0.21 * 0.09
Mean = (103 + 110 + 116 + 125 + 116 + 144) ÷ 6
Mean = 714 ÷ 6
Mean = 119
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