# Free Sample HSPT Quantitative Skills Test

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Sample HSPT Quantitative Skills Test

This test is a non-timed test with 10 sample questions for you to try. Students can check the answer for each question.

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Use Distributive property.

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10) Multiply the expression below.

$-3x(x - 4)$