Fractions (100%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Fractions represent part of a whole number. When you spend fifty cents, you have half of a dollar left. Or when you complete the first five of your ten math problems, half of your homework is complete! Fractions help show how a whole is divided up. 

Equivalent Fractions (64%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: An equivalent fraction is a fraction that looks different, but has the same value or represents the same part of a whole as another fraction. Learn how make and find equivalent fractions. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Mixed numbers represent a value that includes a whole number and a fraction. You can still compare fractions and mixed numbers, though. Learn how! 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Fractions and decimals both represent values, but in different ways. Once you know how to convert fractions into decimals and vice versa, you will be able to order them with no problem. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: When fractions have unlike denominators, you have to find a common denominator before you can add or subtract. Find your common denominator with these tools: least common multiple or greatest common factor. 
Measure Length (2%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Measurement Description: Before you get started measuring length, it is important to know which tool is the best one for your measurement. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Sometimes you will need to compare decimals, fractions and percents. Sounds challenging, but really, all you need to know is how to convert them. 

Proportions (2%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Algebra Description: A proportion is a number sentence that shows two equivalent ratios. Using a proportion as an equation, it is possible to find the fractions of a set, and that can be a big help with word problems and real ones. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Fractions that have common denominators make for simple adding and subtracting. All you have to do is add or subtract the numerators, and the denominators stay the same. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Adding and subtracting mixed numbers is a lot like adding fractions, but with a little extra twist. Just remember, you only add or subtract the numerator. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: The greatest common factor, also known as GCF, is the largest factor that two numbers have in common. GCF is especially helpful when you need to simplify a fraction. 

Integers (1%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Numbers Description: Integers are all of the whole numbers and their opposites. That means an integer can be positive or negative. You can use them in all kinds of handy tasks like telling time and solving word problems. 

Subject: Math
Topic: Fractions Description: Decimals and fractions can be used to represent the same amount. If you know how to find an equivalent, you can display fractions as decimals, and decimals as fractions. 

Percents (1%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Decimals and Percents Description: Percent just means ìpart of one hundred.î That means a percent is simply a ratio that compares a number to 100. It can be expressed as a fraction, with a percent sign, as a ratio, or as a decimal. 