# Ch 12: TASC Math: Algebraic Distribution

The purpose of distribution in algebra is one of the topics clearly laid out for you in this chapter. Learn about that and other related topics with these video and text TASC Math preparation lessons.

## TASC Math: Algebraic Distribution - Chapter Summary

This chapter should help clear up any confusion you've ever had on working with the distributive property thanks to our instructors' effective teaching style. Particular topics that you'll get to know better for the TASC Math test in this chapter include:

• Making the decision between distributing first or adding first
• How to distribute positive and negative signs
• Distributing a variable or a variable with an exponent
• Converting negative exponents to fractions
• Fractional powers
• Distribution involving two or more terms

The chapter's text resources have a fun look with subheadings and readily identified key terms to make them easy to follow. Use the practice quizzes to check your grasp of the text portions and videos throughout.

### Objectives of the TASC Math: Algebraic Distribution Chapter

The majority of the questions on the TASC Math exam are multiple choice, though there are also some gridded-response, constructed-response and, for the computerized exam, technology-enhanced questions. This chapter aims to make you familiar with any question involving the distributive property in the exam's algebra content area. The algebra content area's questions make up 26% of the TASC Math test.

7 Lessons in Chapter 12: TASC Math: Algebraic Distribution
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