Practical Problems in Mathematics: For Welders / Edition 5

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Overview

Practical Problems in Mathematics for Welders, 5E, takes the same straightforward and practical approach to mathematics that made previous editions so highly effective, and combines it with the latest procedures and practices in the welding industry. With this applications oriented book, readers will learn how to solve the types of math problems faced regularly by welders. Each unit begins with a review of the basic mathematical procedures used in standard operations and progresses to more advanced formulas. With real-world welding examples and clear, uncomplicated explanations, this book will provide readers with the mathematical tools needed to be successful in their welding careers.

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Editorial Reviews

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Jerry Galyen, Pinellas Technical Center: "I feel the book meets all requirements found in the welding industry."

Dale Szabala, Anoka Technical College: "The concept of how the text is built and how the units start simple and progress into more challenging problems; I see this as beneficial to the students."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781418042295
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 3/5/2008
  • Series: Applied Mathematics Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

As a math, highway construction, and OSHA safety instructor and coordinator for the Pre-Apprenticeship Training in Highway Construction program at the Maricopa County Community College District, Phoenix, Arizona, author Robert Chasan combines practical experience with exceptional teaching abilities to bring you and your students this engaging text. Under his tutelage, Professor Chasan's program, funded by the Federal Highway Administration, has become a national leader. Mr. Chasan also coordinates his school's SCANS Lab (Secretary of Labor's Commission on Acquiring Necessary Skills), teaching math, blueprint reading, and SCANS skills to the welding and machine trades students and the school's other trades programs. In addition, Professor Chasan has led the school Safety Team and taught OSHA-10, OSHA-30, and SSTA-16. Professor Chasan specializes in areas of math instruction, ranging from developmental through trigonometry, including fractions and decimals, measuring instruments, tolerances, percentages, and metrics. He also focuses on geometry including area, volume and mass, angular development and measurement, and bends and stretch outs. A certified Arizona Community College instructor, Professor Chasan is well recognized for the quality of his vocational instruction.

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Table of Contents

Whole Numbers Common Fractions Decimal Fractions Averages, Percents & Percentages Direct Measure Angular Measure Compounded Measure Pieces & Lengths Achievement Review A Achievement Review B Appendix Glossary Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems

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