Introduction to Construction Math – Module ID 00102

Introduction to Construction Math – Module ID 00102

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Introduction to Construction Math (Module 00102) introduces trainees to basic math skills needed in the construction environment. The module reviews whole numbers and fractions; working with decimals; the four primary math operations; reading rulers and tape measures; the inch-pound and metric units of measurement; basic geometric figures; and area and volume calculations for two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Identify whole numbers and solve basic arithmetic problems with them.

  • List the key qualities of whole numbers and summarize their place values.
  • Add and subtract whole numbers. c. Multiply and divide whole numbers.

Learning Objective 2 – Name fraction types and calculate with fractions.

  • Define equivalent fractions and calculate their lowest common denominators.
  • Define improper fractions and convert them into mixed numbers.
  • Add and subtract fractions. d. Multiply and divide fractions.

Learning Objective 3 – Identify decimal numbers and calculate with them.

  • List the key qualities of decimal numbers and summarize their place values Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimal numbers.
  • Convert between decimals, fractions, and percentages.

Learning Objective 4 – Name the common length-measuring tools and use them to measure lengths accurately.

  • Describe English and metric rulers, using them correctly to measure lengths.
  • Describe English and metric measuring tapes, using them correctly to measure lengths.

Learning Objective 5 – Name common length, weight, volume, and temperature units in both the inch-pound and metric systems and convert them into other comparable units.

  • List and convert between common inchpound and metric length units.
  • List and convert between common inchpound and metric weight units.
  • List and convert between common inchpound and metric volume units.
  • List and convert between common inchpound and metric temperature units.

Learning Objective 6 – Classify angles and geometric shapes, as well as calculating their areas or volumes.

  • List each angle type.
  • Name common geometric shapes and summarize their qualities.
  • Calculate the area of two-dimensional shapes.
  • Calculate the volume of three-dimensional shapes.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 – (Learning Objective 4) Using a measuring tape, measure lumber pieces in both English and metric units.

Performance Task 2 – (Learning Objective 4) Using a measuring tape, measure a room-sized space in both English and metric units.

Performance Task 3 – (Learning Objective 4) Using a measuring tape, determine a short inside measurement in both English and metric units.

Performance Task 4 – (Learning Objective 4) Add English measurements that include fraction

 

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