Applied Construction Math
Applied Construction Math is designed to help learners understand the fundamentals of math in a way that is engaging, interesting, and relevant to their craft training. This title’s unique approach, with applied examples, will help learners grasp how understanding math will support their careers in construction.
Applied Construction Math: A Novel Approach features a story that students can relate to and math skills they never thought they could grasp. Its innovative style motivates students to follow the lessons by associating math with events they may encounter in their own lives. Students will see that learning math can be exciting as they follow along with Mr. Whyte and his construction class while they build the perfect house.
Thirteen chapters teach basic math skills, including:
• Reading Measurements
• Calculating Area
• Powers of Ten
• Linear Measure, Angles, Volumes, Pressure, and Slopes
• Solving for Unknowns
• Square Inches, Feet, and Yards
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