Now you can combine a highly effective, practical approach to mathematics with the latest procedures, technologies, and practices in today’s welding industry with PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICS FOR WELDERS, 6E . Show your students how welders rely on mathematical skills to solve both everyday and more challenging problems, from measuring materials for cutting and assembling to effectively and economically ordering materials. Highly readable, inviting units throughout this comprehensive, new edition emphasize the types of math problems welders regularly face, from basic math procedures used in standard operations to more advanced formulas.
This edition reflects the latest developments in the welding industry using a wealth of real examples; new practice problems; and clear, uncomplicated explanations. The book’s carefully constructed approach is ideal for students of all levels of math proficiency and experience. New, more dimensional illustrations throughout this edition help students further visualize the concepts they’re learning. In addition, a new homework solution and dynamic online website to accompany Practical Problems in Mathematics for Welders, 6e further assist students as they focus on the math skills most important for success in their welding careers.
Table of Contents
1. Whole Numbers.
2. Common Fractions.
3. Decimal Fractions.
4. Averages, Percentages and Multipliers.
5. Metric System Measurements.
6. Computing Geomtric Measure and Shape.
7. Angular Development and Measurement. 8. Bends, Strechouts, Economical Layout, and Takeoffs.