Ch 16: Fractions, Decimals & Mixed Numbers

Develop an understanding of working with fractions, decimals and mixed numbers with our video lessons. Learn to use a number line to compare fractions and see how to simplify word problems.

Fractions, Decimals & Mixed Numbers - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter explain various operations with fractions, including how to build and reduce them, find the least common denominators, compare fractions and convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers. Operations with like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers are covered.

You'll get practice solving problems with fractions and mixed numbers as well as solving complex fractions. Other lessons examine how to use a number line and ways to simplify word problems with fractions. After watching all these lessons, you'll be prepared to:

• Compare and order fractions
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers
• Solve estimation problems with fractions
• Figure out complex fractions
• Compare decimals, fractions and whole numbers using a number line
• Use whole numbers to simplify word problems

These brief video lessons and quizzes help you master working with fractions. Expert instructors explain each concept, and let you test your knowledge with multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each lesson. Written transcripts of every lesson are available. If you need to go back and review a troublesome topic, the timeline's jump feature makes it simple to find the right passage in the video without having to re-watch the entire thing.

14 Lessons in Chapter 16: Fractions, Decimals & Mixed Numbers
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