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Ch 5: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Fractions

About This Chapter

The lessons in this chapter were designed as a refresher to increase the competency of the Oklahoma teacher in preparation for the fractions portion of the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Middle Level/Intermediate Math test.

CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Fractions - Chapter Summary

Our instructors created these short videos as a study aid for individuals who are planning on taking the CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math test. Watching these videos could strengthen your answers to the test questions. Our lesson topics include:

  • Raising and reducing fractions
  • Finding the least common denominator
  • How to change between mixed number form and improper fractions
  • Adding and subtracting mixed numbers and like fractions or unlike fractions
  • Multiplying and dividing mixed numbers and fractions
  • Solving equations that contain mixed numbers and fractions

Each video is 5-10 minutes long, hosted by an instructor who obviously loves their math topic, and includes a quiz at the end to verify your understanding of the material. Also, we include a feature that allows you to ask a question of an expert.

8 Lessons in Chapter 5: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Fractions
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How to Raise and Reduce Fractions

1. How to Raise and Reduce Fractions

When working with fractions, you sometimes need to change your fraction to make it easier to work with. Watch this video lesson to learn how you can raise and reduce fractions to make your problem solving easier.

How to Find Least Common Denominators

2. How to Find Least Common Denominators

Finding a Least Common Denominator is an important tool when working with fractions. To find least common denominators, we will use multiples of our numbers.

Changing Between Improper Fraction and Mixed Number Form

3. Changing Between Improper Fraction and Mixed Number Form

Improper fractions and mixed numbers are two different types of fractions. They both have different purposes when using fractions in a problem. In this lesson, you will learn how to convert between these two different forms.

How to Add and Subtract Like Fractions and Mixed Numbers

4. How to Add and Subtract Like Fractions and Mixed Numbers

When adding and subtracting fractions, you must be sure to have a common denominator. Once you have a common denominator, you just add or subtract your numerators and then your whole numbers. Learn how in this lesson.

How to Add and Subtract Unlike Fractions and Mixed Numbers

5. How to Add and Subtract Unlike Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Simple fraction arithmetic gets a little more complicated when our denominators don't match. In this lesson, we'll learn how to add and subtract unlike fractions. Then, we'll do the same with mixed numbers.

Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

6. Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Multiplying fractions is much more straightforward than adding, subtracting or dividing fractions. In this lesson, learn how it works. We'll also learn how to multiply mixed numbers.

Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

7. Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Dividing fractions and mixed numbers? It sounds daunting, but it's not as tricky as it sounds. In this lesson, we'll learn how to divide fractions and mixed numbers.

Solving Problems using Fractions and Mixed Numbers

8. Solving Problems using Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Fractions don't just live in math problems. They're all around us, helping us through our lives. In this lesson, we'll look at real scenarios where your ability to work with fractions can save the day.

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