# Ch 17: TACHS: Fractions

Use the video lessons in this chapter of our TACHS test prep course to practice your skills in working with fractions, decimals and mixed numbers. You will find this extremely useful as you prepare to take the mathematics section of the TACHS test.

## TACHS: Fractions - Chapter Summary

Working with fractions becomes easy and fun with these lively video lessons. While studying for the TACHS test, you will refresh your skills in the following areas:

• Understanding, ordering and comparing fractions
• Reducing and raising fractions
• Understanding fractions and decimals
• Finding lowest common denominators
• Converting between mixed numbers and improper fractions
• Operations with like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers
• Understanding what complex fractions are and how to solve them

As you work through the material in these lessons, you will wish to check your progress and your understanding of what you have explored. Our quizzes and chapter tests make this easy. The quizzes contain links that take you back to the videos, so you can refer back and forth when you need to check a point. By recording your progress on your dashboard, you can keep track of where you stand and stay organized.

### TACHS: Fractions Objectives

The TACHS test is required as part of the admissions process for many Catholic high schools and for placement in ninth-grade curricula. This chapter covers skills that will be examined on the math subtest, which comprises 50% of the total questions on the test.

There are 200 questions on the TACHS exam overall. The test is taken using paper and pencil. All of the questions are multiple choice. You will be given a list of answers to each question, from which you must select the correct one.

12 Lessons in Chapter 17: TACHS: Fractions
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