Saw this video today. This guy’s got it goin’ on.
Hey, all. Michael’s studyin’ for his GED, an he sent me this question:
am having problem with Lesson-7 page 491 on A. on Add or subtract as Directed reduce to the lowest terms.Am trying to figure out the form to work the fractions. am stuck on this one. Michael
Okay, here’s the rule with adding and subtracting fractions. Let’s start with a problem:
5/12 + 2/5 Continue reading
hi all need adding mixed fractions please.
Hi curtis its valerie in florida again new question wow took the tape test and im ready to do the GED in Reading wow ok in math the total score was 5.0 G.E that she said had to get to 10.0 right ok she said to start in Estimation what is this rounding off ? please tell me what to do where to go in the ged study video ty.
Hey there, Valerie! First off, congrats on bein’ down with the reading. That’s one more done! Now, the math… Continue reading
Hey, all. Here’s a good GED math question about subtracting fractions that came up from one of the passGED students, from a GED textbook…and I’ve put a little more information in my answer, to make it clearer to everyone: Continue reading
Hey, all. Bet you all studyin’ hard, right? Get that GED. It’s totally worth it. I got another question here, from Claudia. She say:
I’m not understanding fractions but i get everything else okay… i just don’t get the lower terms, improper, need some help.. claudia Continue reading
Yo. Here’s a good question from Mark about somethin’ that’s real helpful for the GED: mental math. That’s doin’ math in your head. And it makes the GED math test easier and faster.
I used to work in a machine shop. Sometimes I would have to convert fractions to inches like 1/3. I know how to do that, all you have to do is divide 1 by 3. The question is, I always had to use a calculator, and I would like to do that without using a calcualtor. Every time I tried I would’nt get the proper answer. How do you do that without using a calculator.
Mark Continue reading