# Ch 12: Algebraic Distribution

Review methods for distributing numbers and variables to prepare for the GED exam's math section. Video lessons and quizzes cover steps for working with negative signs, exponents, fractions and polynomials.

## Algebraic Distribution - Chapter Summary

Learn how to distribute terms and simplify equations with the video lessons and quizzes included in this chapter. Our instructors can help get you ready for algebra questions on the math portion of the GED exam with lessons on:

• Distributing signs
• Distributing expressions with numbers and variables
• Changing negative exponents to fractions
• Working with fractional powers
• Distribution of more than one term

Our chapter on algebraic distribution can be used to affirm your mastery of this subject or brush up on areas requiring more practice, whether it be multiplying fractions with exponents or distributing terms over polynomials. Instructors teaching the video lessons make the material accessible and entertaining. You can also read the transcripts for access to supplementary text lessons on key terms and take multiple-choice quizzes to get extra practice solving algebraic expressions.

### Algebraic Distribution - Chapter Objective

Use this chapter's lessons and quizzes on algebraic distribution to study for the GED exam's math portion. This part of the test lasts 115 minutes and includes 46 questions. Just over half of them will assess your algebraic problem-solving skills through a series of multiple-choice, hot spot, matching and fill-in-the-blank question formats.

Success on this part of the exam along with passing scores on the English, social studies and science portions will earn you a high school equivalency diploma that can be used to meet an employer's education requirements or gain entry into a postsecondary training program.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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