# Ch 41: TACHS: Simplifying & Solving Rational Expressions

The TACHS examination evaluates your student's ability to solve and simplify rational expressions. He or she could study the video lessons in this chapter in order to prepare for this Catholics high school admissions test. Brief quizzes are included in the chapter.

## TACHS: Simplifying and Solving Rational Expressions - Chapter Summary

With the help of these tutorial video lessons, your eight grader can go over and conquer the rules for simplifying and solving rational expressions. Step-by-step techniques and practice problems are included with each lesson. With engaging graphics and animation, the lessons aim to show your student how to release denominators, find common denominators, rewrite fractions and simplify numerators. After studying the videos, your child could understand how to:

• Calculate the answers to a rational equation
• Remember the steps for multiplying, dividing, subtracting and adding rational expressions
• Complete examples involving rational equations

Your student can request assistance with any of the above concepts by utilizing the ask-an-expert function on the Dashboard. The video lessons are short, entertaining and self-paced. They can be watched, paused or stopped online at anytime with the help of a mobile device. Found under the timeline link, video tags highlight the lessons' main points. The written transcripts contain important terms that can be looked up for further clarification. Multiple-choice quizzes are available to gauge your student's understanding of the material.

### TACHS: Simplifying and Solving Rational Expressions Chapter Objectives

Problems related to the solving and simplifying of rational expressions may be included in the Mathematics section of the TACHS examination. The three other exam sections are Ability, Language and Reading. Register your child via the Internet and use a credit card to pay the registration fee, which is not refundable. If this isn't convenient, you can also complete a phone or paper registration. You'll receive an Admit Card on which you should print no more than three of your child's Catholic high school choices.

6 Lessons in Chapter 41: TACHS: Simplifying & Solving Rational Expressions
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