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I don't even no what to do now or where I should be begin I'm just really upset my school requires you to just take math and reading and a 75 in each section and I got a 64 in math and 68 in reading my composite score was a 67 please any advice
I'm so sorry. I'm also studying those sections, I've taken it before so I know what to do and handle it. However, what I'm doing now this year on passing it , I made copies of the math and reading sections. I study and practice all week, then on Fridays taking one of the tests to see how I do and what areas to work more on. My test is on April 14th.
I'm more comfortable with math compared to reading, vocab, and grammar, so I would like to help! Like Dreaminofneedles said, if you specify what aspects/topics of the math sections trouble you the most, I think I can give you some tips....
Not sure if I'm fully qualified though, since my scores haven't been posted yet >.<
Multiplying.... you just multiply straight across (numerator * numerator, and denominator * denominator), then simplify if needed
Dividing.... you just flip the second fraction (denominator becomes numerator, and vice versa) and follow the same rules as multiplication
changing fractions to decimals is easy. just enter it into the calculator as is. if it's 29/55, just press 29, then division sign, then 55 and you'll get the decimal answer 0.527....