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### Question of the Day: GED Math

A circle is inscribed in square that has a side length of , as shown by the figure below.

Find the area of the shaded region. Use .

Math is often a troublesome subject for test takers, and students taking the GED are not immune to that. The GED Math Question of the Day can help you to be more confident in your math skills on the day of your exam.

The GED Math Question of the Day is a free daily test practice, and it is as simple as it sounds. You answer one question each day. This question either gets emailed to you, or you can login through the website or app to access it. However, as simple as the tool is, it creates the groundwork for a full and comprehensive test review.

The questions are general math, from the common topics that are covered on the GED exam. These include algebra, geometry, and basic arithmetic. The questions are randomized from these topics each day, so each day will be a new surprise!

Once you complete the Question of the Day, you receive a full explanation of the correct answer. This is extremely useful with math in particular because even if you reached the correct answer, the method may have been incorrect. So seeing the explanation of the answer will help you to better understand the methodology to getting to that answer. It also helps to see where you went wrong in your answer, should you have answered it incorrectly. This helps to create better comprehension of the questions.

There is also a complete and personalized report of how you have answered the Question of the Day each day. It will break down the number of correct and incorrect responses, the difficulty of the question, and how others have answered the questions each day. The report also shows you the length of time it took you to answer each question. This will help you to know which questions you need to work on to reduce time to answer or how long you can expect to answer each question on exam day.

A great feature of this Learning Tool is that it can help you determine which areas are your strengths and which areas you need strengthening. If you struggle with quadratic equations, decimals, or statistics, it will help you to determine that. Then you can use that information to customize your daily test practice. You can plan according to the areas you need more attention in. It also keeps the areas that you are stronger in fresh in your mind for the test.

You can combine the Question of the Day with the other free Learning Tools, such as Practice Tests, Flashcards, and Learn by Concept to create a personalized and comprehensive plan to help you succeed in your GED exam preparation.

The GED Math Question of the Day is a quick and easy test review that doesn’t take a lot of time and can be done on the go, so is great for your busy lifestyle. Then, combined with the other Learning Tools, is a powerful way to help you with successful preparation on your GED exam.