# Ch 2: PSSA - Math Grade 7: Decimals & Fractions

Do your students need to review decimals and fractions for the PSSA Math Grade 7 exam? Our short, informative video lessons will teach them all they need to know about decimals and fractions in order to be successful on the exam.

## PSSA - Math Grade 7: Decimals & Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter will show your students the basics of decimals and fractions before moving on to teaching them techniques and tips for solving these types of problems. By the end of this chapter your students will answer questions on the PSSA Math Grade 7 exam asking them to:

• Compare and put decimals in order
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals
• Raise and reduce fractions and solve complex fractions
• Relate fractions and decimals
• Add and subtract like and unlike fractions
• Multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers
• Use the number line to compare fractions and decimals
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide using decimal notation

Our professional quality review is made specifically for the PSSA Math Grade 7 exam, making our video lessons a great resource to study from. These short, engaging video lessons are taught by professional instructors and come with numerous video tags which will make it easy for your students to navigate through the lesson. Once they feel confident that they understand the material, they'll have the chance to take a quick self-assessment quiz at the end of each lesson to test their knowledge.

14 Lessons in Chapter 2: PSSA - Math Grade 7: Decimals & Fractions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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