# Ch 21: THEA Test: Fractions

Rediscover fractions by watching short and engaging video lessons in this chapter. Self-assessment quizzes and a practice exam are available to test your knowledge of the subject area as you study for the THEA test in Texas.

## THEA Test: Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter can ensure you're prepared to answer questions related to fractions on the THEA test. After reviewing the lessons, you will be ready for:

• Defining and identifying types of fractions
• Adding and subtracting like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers
• Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions
• Using fractions and mixed numbers to solve problems
• Multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers
• Solving complex fractions and estimating problems using fractions
• Knowing how to relate fractions and decimals

You can utilize a number of resources to enhance your preparations for the THEA test, including lesson transcripts that feature easily identifiable vocabulary words. Clickable timelines are also available that allow you to identify and skip to key topics within each video lesson.

### THEA Test: Fractions Objectives

This THEA Test: Fractions chapter helps you prepare for topics covered in the mathematics section of the exam. The lessons and short quizzes give you an idea of what to expect in this section, which features 50 multiple-choice questions covering geometry, algebra, fundamental math and problem solving. Taking advantage of these resources gets you closer to earning a minimum passing score of 230 in this section. You can also have a better chance of earning the score you need to gain admission to your Texas public college or university of choice as an entering freshman.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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