# Ch 3: HiSET Mathematics: Fractions

Let us help you review and strengthen your knowledge of fractions for the math subtest of the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). Our quick lessons and quizzes will teach you the skills you need to take and pass this exam.

## HiSET Mathematics: Fractions - Chapter Summary

Use the self-paced lessons in this chapter to learn how to solve problems with fractions easily and quickly. Each lesson includes an instructional video and concludes with a multiple-choice quiz that you can use to gauge your comprehension of the material as well as practice solving the types of questions you'll see on the HiSET Math exam, including:

• Building and reducing fractions
• Finding the least common denominator
• Changing improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa
• Adding and subtracting like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers
• Multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers

These engaging videos are taught by subject-matter experts who use fun graphics and real-world examples to help teach these math concepts. The corresponding text transcripts allow you to quickly review key formulas.

### Objectives of the HiSET Mathematics: Fractions Chapter

This exam assesses your mathematics knowledge to determine if you have the knowledge and skills equal to that of a high school graduate. The topics in this chapter on fractions may be found in the Numbers and Operations on Numbers section of the test, which makes up 19% of the test questions. All of the questions are multiple-choice and calculators are permitted.

7 Lessons in Chapter 3: HiSET Mathematics: Fractions
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