# Ch 16: TACHS: Decimals

Refresh your understanding of decimal numbers as you progress through these lessons. The material you review here will help to prepare you for the problems you will be required to solve on the TACHS exam.

## TACHS: Decimals - Chapter Summary

By the time you finish working through this chapter, you will be able to do calculations with decimals fluently and correctly. Review the following information in these lessons:

• Understanding decimals and place value
• Decimal-related terms and vocabulary
• How to order and compare decimals
• Inequalities, decimals and mixed numbers
• Operations and problem-solving with decimals
• Simplifying expressions and multi-step inequalities using decimals

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### TACHS: Decimals Objectives

Admission into many Catholic high schools requires that you pass the TACHS exam. It is also a screening device that helps the school place students in ninth-grade classes. The math subtest, which these lessons address, accounts for 50% of the total score.

The TACHS test has 200 multiple-choice questions total. You will be expected to read each question carefully and choose the correct answer from the list of possible responses given. You will take the test using paper and pencil.

11 Lessons in Chapter 16: TACHS: Decimals
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