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Module 1 : Understanding Fractions

The key to understanding fractions is to first get a great understanding of fractions.  In this module, Understanding Fractions, you will do just that.  You will first begin by learning the vocabulary associated with fractions.  Next, you will learn and practice how to move between improper and mixed numbers.  You will also learn about ratios, unit rates, and proportions.  Comparing and reducing fractions is also a part of this module.

Don’t skimp on this module.  It is the key to learning how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide.  Perfect for anyone learning the math needed for GED, HISET, and TASC math test. View the videos and work through the worksheets until you have a perfect understanding.

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 Module 1:  Understanding Fractions

syllabus image for fraction course

syllabus image for fraction course

 

GED Vocabulary Study – Fractions

           Introducing GED Vocabulary Video | Understanding Fractions

           Math Video | Types of Fractions

          GED fraction vocabulary crossword worksheets

           Quia flashcards, matching, concentration

Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

           Worksheets | Changing improper fractions to mixed numbers

           Math Video | Changing improper fractions to mixed numbers

           Worksheets | Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions

           Math Video | Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions

Ratios, Unit Rates, and Proportions

          Worksheets | Ratios

Reducing Fractions

           Worksheets | Reducing fractions

           Math Video (pdf)| Reducing fractions

           Reducing Fractions Video

Comparing Fractions

           Worksheets | Comparing fractions

           Math Video (pdf) | Comparing fractions

           Math Video 2 | Comparing fractions

 

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