# Ch 6: HSPT Test: Irrational & Rational Numbers

Review the material in these lessons to prepare for questions on the HSPT about irrational numbers, rational numbers and completing math problems with rational numbers.

## HSPT Test: Irrational & Rational Numbers - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to prepare for questions on the HSPT exam about the differences between irrational and rational numbers and how to complete basic math problems with rational numbers. To improve your mathematical skills, our expert instructors will explain:

• What irrational and rational numbers are
• Using number lines to graph rational numbers
• Fraction and decimal notation of rational numbers
• Addition and subtraction with rational numbers
• Absolute values of rational numbers

Improve your retention of the material presented in these lessons by reading the lesson transcripts. Following these lessons take the lesson quizzes to discover any topics you don't understand, and improve your understanding of these subjects using the video tags to return to and study the sections of the lessons that explained them. If you develop any questions regarding the topics of this chapter, feel free to send them to our instructors with the teacher tabs of the lessons.

### HSPT Test: Irrational & Rational Numbers Chapter Objectives

The HSPT is used by select Catholic high schools to make admission, scholarship and curriculum placement decisions. Eighth-grade students seeking admission or scholarships from these schools are required to answer the 298 multiple-choice questions in this test.

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