Solving for a Missing Dimension
Locating the 3rd Dimension
The GED tends towards complex problems. Don't be surprised if the volume and surface area problems you get on your test require you to work backwards; they give you the surface area or volume and expect you to solve for a missing dimension.
To solve for a missing dimension:
Locate the appropriate formula from the GED formula sheet
Substitute any known values into the formula
Use your algebra skills to solve for the remaining variable
Watch the Virtual GED Class video below for a complete explanation and tons of worked example problems.
A mix of straightforward and trickier application problems