# Ch 37: Fractions, Ratios & Integers

These video and text lessons, quizzes and other study tools will help you review what an integer is, what a fraction is, how to complete mathematical operations with fractions, how to convert percentages and how to solve problems with ratios and proportions.

## Measurement, Data & Statistics - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our professional instructors will help you study the processes used to solve problems with integers, fractions, percents, ratios and proportions. When you've completed this part of our study guide you should have a better understanding of:

• The definitions of integers and fractions
• Definition and properties of exponents
• How to use number lines to graph numbers
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions and decimals
• How to use fraction strips and other visual representations to model fractions
• The process of simplifying word problems with fractions
• Definitions and examples of ratios and proportions
• Solving word problems with ratios

In addition to the lesson videos, use the lesson transcripts to review the material covered in them and the key terms and figures of the chapter. Use the lesson quizzes to assess your knowledge. When you discover a topic you don't understand, use the video tags to return to that part of a video lesson or ask our instructors for assistance via the 'teacher' tabs of the lessons.

14 Lessons in Chapter 37: Fractions, Ratios & Integers
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