# Ch 3: Accuplacer Arithmetic Test: Fractions

This chapter covers fractions to help you study for your Accuplacer Arithmetic course placement assessment. Quick, entertaining videos make study fun, and short quizzes engage your brain while letting you practice using the concepts.

## Accuplacer Arithmetic Test: Fractions - Chapter Summary

These bite-sized video lessons are like candy for your brain - they break important fractions concepts down into enticing little pieces. As you work your way through this chapter, you'll get demonstrations of the following:

• Fraction types and comparisons
• The difference between proper and improper fractions
• Fraction building and reduction techniques
• The method for changing a mixed number to a fraction
• Multiplication and division of fractions and mixed numbers
• Fraction addition and subtraction
• How to deal with fractions in word problems

Use the lesson quizzes to practice basic operations with fractions and fraction conversions. You'll be able to use your results to determine which areas need further review. If you need any assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our instructors.

### Accuplacer Arithmetic Test: Fractions - Chapter Objectives

Use this chapter to review fractions as you prepare for your Accuplacer Arithmetic test, a seventeen-question assessment your school may use to determine which math classes you should take. Lesson quizzes let you practice applying fractions concepts, build confidence with the ideas, and introduce you to the Accuplacer format.

Each question you answer as you work through the computer-administered Accuplacer will determine the difficulty of the next question you are faced with. The better your performance, the harder the questions will get. There is no time limit on the assessment, so it's best focus carefully on each question and not rush.

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