# Ch 2: NES Math: Fractions

Use the lessons in this part of our study guide to refresh your knowledge of fractions, including how to find the least common denominator and reduce fractions. Our study tools will help you get ready for the related questions on the NES Math test.

## NES Math: Fractions - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors will guide you in a review of operations with fractions, including like and unlike fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers. These lively videos will help you prepare for NES Math test questions on topics such as:

• Ways to reduce and build fractions
• How to determine the least common denominator
• Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa
• Addition and subtraction with like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers
• How to multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers

These lessons are short, about five minutes long on average, and you can watch them from anywhere you've got Internet access. Lesson quizzes evaluate your learning, and clickable links that take you back to key points of the lessons make review easy. You can print a sheet of quiz questions to use for offline study.

### NES Math: Fractions Objectives

In several states, passing the NES Math test is one of the requirements for certification as a secondary-level math teacher. All questions are multiple-choice, requiring you to read a question or solve a problem and select the correct response from four options. The test is computer-based. The lesson quizzes and the chapter exam in this study guide are in this format as well, so they provide experience as well as a way to assess your learning.

The NES Math test has five content domains. The questions regarding fractions are in the content domain on Mathematical Processes and Number Sense, which accounts for 19% of the test's total scoring.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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