# Ch 5: SBA Math - Grade 8: Operations with Fractions

Students will have a strong understanding of how to solve problems calling for different operations with fractions by completing this prep chapter. Engaging video lessons help them get ready for some potential SBA Math Grade 8 assessment items.

## SBA Math - Grade 8: Operations with Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter covers how to deal with complex fractions as well as less complicated operations, such as addition and subtraction with like fractions. Other fraction topics in the chapter of varying difficulty that help 8th grade students prepare for SBA Math assessment items include:

• Multiplication and division with fractions and mixed numbers
• Determining the unknowns in a proportion
• Subtracting and adding unlike fractions and mixed numbers
• Basic operations with decimal notation

At any time throughout the duration of a video lesson, a student can use the video tags to quickly return to a certain part to double-check anything. Students are able to establish their level of comfort with the material by taking each lesson's practice quiz.

### SBA Math - Grade 8: Operations with Fractions Chapter Objectives

The SBA Math assessments for students in 8th grade inform teachers and schools of how much a student has advanced in the subject across a school year. SBA Math assessments feature multiple-choice, computer-adaptive questions for the most part. Students may come across assessment items that resemble some of the practice questions in this chapter.

10 Lessons in Chapter 5: SBA Math - Grade 8: Operations with Fractions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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