# Ch 4: GED Math: Decimals & Fractions

This chapter dissects material that deals with the decimals and fractions you'll be encountering on the GED math exam. The included lessons flesh out important mathematical operations to be familiar with while exploring related terminology.

## GED Math: Decimals & Fractions - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter delve into the kind of content you'll want to well-versed in when taking on the decimals and fractions portion of the GED math test. You'll review several demonstrations of related mathematical actions to shore up your ability to work with these kind of problems. Topics covered include raising and reducing fractions, changing between decimals and fractions, and all of the following:

• Rounding and ordering decimals
• Solving problems involving decimals
• Types of fractions
• Shifting between improper fraction and mixed number form
• Working with fraction and mixed number arithmetic
• Comparing decimals, fractions and whole numbers within a number line

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8 Lessons in Chapter 4: GED Math: Decimals & Fractions
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