# Ch 19: Fractions

Study for the mathematical reasoning portion of the GED exam with this chapter's video lessons and quizzes. Content includes illustrations and sample problems to help you learn strategies for solving equations with fractions.

## Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter's video lessons cover the differences between proper, improper, like, unlike and mixed number fractions and can be used to prepare for the mathematical reasoning section of the GED exam. Topics of discussion include:

• Raising and reducing fractions
• Relating fractions and decimals
• Comparing and ordering fractions
• Finding the least common denominator
• Changing improper fractions to mixed number forms
• Adding and subtracting like and unlike fractions
• Multiplying and dividing fractions
• Solving complex fractions

This chapter features plenty of resources to familiarize you with fractions in all of their various forms. Over the course of several entertaining video lessons, instructors define key terms and outline problem-solving steps for equations including both basic and complex fractions. If you'd rather access the material in a written format, there are corresponding transcripts. Each lesson also includes a short multiple-choice quiz with sample problems that can be used to review the main ideas.

### Fractions - Chapter Objectives

The GED exam consists of four test sections - one each on social science, science, language arts and math - which are used to award a high school equivalency diploma to adults who demonstrate the academic skills needed to succeed in college or the job market. Instruction in this fractions chapter is designed to help you prepare for the 45% of mathematical reasoning exam questions that assess your quantitative problem-solving skills.

Video lessons, transcripts and quizzes can hone your ability to convert and simplify fractions and perform basic arithmetic functions with mixed number, like and unlike fractions. Lesson content can also show you how to compare fractions to decimals and whole numbers and successfully answer exam questions on these areas, whether they be in matching, multiple-choice, hot spot or fill-in-the-blank formats.

17 Lessons in Chapter 19: Fractions
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