# Ch 16: Working with Rational Expressions

Learn how to add, subtract, multiply, divide and simplify rational expressions so you'll be ready to take the 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning exam. Video lessons and practice quizzes explore concepts that are contained on the mathematical reasoning section of the 2014 GED exam.

## 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning Exam: Working with Rational Expressions - Chapter Summary

Practice performing a variety of operations with rational expressions through this chapter. Lessons contain several practice problems that allow you to solve and simplify complex rational expressions. After you finish the chapter, you'll be prepped to sign up for the 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning exam. Lesson topics include:

• Multiplication and division of rational expressions
• Addition and subtraction of rational expressions
• Reciprocals of rational expressions
• Complex rational expressions
• Direct and inverse variation

This chapter on rational expressions includes both examples and practice problems on the topic. Each lesson contains short, easy-to-understand videos, along with self-assessment quizzes to gauge your understanding. The sample equations and expressions resemble actual problems you may encounter on the 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning exam.

### 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning Exam Objectives

The new and updated 2014 GED exam is completely computer based and now follows the Common Core State Standards. The exam seeks to determine your knowledge of typical high school academic standards in four subject areas that include mathematical reasoning. The mathematical reasoning test devotes 55% of the content to algebraic problem solving, which includes rational equations. These lessons go over problems you may find on the actual 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning exam. The chapter objectives include:

• Multiplying and dividing rational expressions
• Adding and subtracting rational expressions
• Finding the reciprocal of rational expressions
• Simplifying complex rational expressions
• Finding equations of direct and indirect variation

You must complete the 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning exam within 90 minutes. The test is composed of multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, hot spot and drag-and-drop questions. The mathematical reasoning exam is divided into an initial section that prohibits the use of calculators, followed by a longer second section that allows calculators.

7 Lessons in Chapter 16: Working with Rational Expressions
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