MATHEMATICS FOR THE TRADES: A GUIDED APPROACH, 9/e focuses on the fundamental concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and trigonometry needed by learners in technical trade programs. A wealth of exercises and applications, coded by trade area, include such trades as machine tool, plumbing, carpentry, electrician, auto mechanic, construction, electronics, metal-working, landscaping, drafting, manufacturing, HVAC, police science, food service, and many other occupational and vocational programs. The authors interviewed trades workers, apprentices, teachers, and training program directors to ensure realistic problems and applications and added over 100 new exercises to this edition. geometry, triangle trigonometry, and advanced algebra.
For individuals who will need technical math skills to succeed in a wide variety of trades.
Intended for students who have a poor math background, this text explains the mathematical skills needed in such trades as electronics, auto mechanics, construction, welding, and drafting. Covers from basic arithmetic to advanced algebra. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.