# Ch 3: Compass Math: Fractions

Use this chapter to help you correctly answer any test items on the ACT Compass Math exam that focus on different fraction types and methods for solving problems with them. Chapter lessons use text and video to teach each of the major topics to you.

## ACT Compass Math: Fractions - Chapter Summary

You'll have a better understanding of how to raise, reduce, order and compare fractions by the time you're through with this part of your Compass Math exam prep. The other questions you'll be ready for on the test after completing the chapter may involve:

• Estimating problems using fractions
• Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions
• Multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers
• Adding and subtracting like mixed numbers and fractions
• Solving complex fractions
• Finding the least common denominators
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with decimal notation

Changing fractions to decimals and vice versa will be a breeze after you refer to the helpful lesson covering those tasks. That lesson video and any others can quickly and effectively present the major themes, and with video tags they're easy to navigate.

### Objectives of the ACT Compass Math: Fractions Chapter

The ACT Compass Math test helps determine the best academic placement for examinees by presenting questions on fractions as part of the evaluation criteria. Take this chapter's practice quizzes to get a look at questions like the ones put on the exam. The Compass Math exam has no time limit and there is no set passing score to earn.

17 Lessons in Chapter 3: Compass Math: Fractions
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
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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