# Ch 3: MTEL Math: Fractions

By exploring this chapter and taking several self-assessment quizzes, you can get ready for the MTEL Mathematics examination. Expand your ability to perform operations with fractions by reviewing the previously-studied concepts in the chapter's videos.

## MTEL Math: Fractions - Chapter Summary

Reinforce what you've learned about fractions and develop the skills of a math specialist. When you study the videos in this chapter, you may become more prepared to take the test for teacher licensure. Brush up on the rules for writing, flipping, simplifying and performing operations with fractions. Get a handle on the differences between numerators and denominators as well as proper and improper fractions. Reviewing this chapter prior to sitting for the MTEL Mathematics examination could help you to:

• Define and identify different types of fractions
• Use multiples to calculate a least common denominator
• Order and compare fractions
• Convert from improper fractions to mixed numbers
• Add and subtract mixed numbers, like fractions, and unlike fractions
• Multiply and divide mixed numbers and fractions
• Work through complex fractions

Taught by well-qualified instructors, many of these educational lessons are under ten minutes long. Take the opportunity to watch them online via a phone, laptop or tablet as you go about your busy day. The chapter teaches through animation, step-by-step examples and transcripts. There's also an ask-an-expert function on the Dashboard area. Make sure to take the five-question quizzes before going on to the next lesson.

### MTEL Math: Fractions - Chapter Objectives

Five multiple-choice subareas and one open-response section make up the four-hour long MTEL Mathematics examination. Along with decimals, integers, percents and ratios, fractions are a featured part of the Number Sense and Operations subarea of the assessment. This is the area in which you'll apply your understanding of this chapter's lessons while pursuing your objective of earning a teaching license in mathematics. Number Sense and Operations happens to be the first subarea of the computer-based examination, and there are 14 to 16 multiple-choice questions to answer. It's also worth 12% of the test. Questions that span the whole examination include 100 multiple-choice items and two open-response assignments.

9 Lessons in Chapter 3: MTEL Math: Fractions
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