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Math for Welders, 5th Edition

By: Nino Marion
ISBN: 978-1-60525-900-0
Format: Softcover
Copyright: 2013
Subject: Welding
Description
Math for Welders is a combination text and workbook designed to help welding students learn and apply basic math skills. The basic concept behind each math operation is explained at the opening of the unit. Next, students are given clear instruction for performing the operation. Each unit includes a variety of welding-related practice problems to reinforce what the students have learned. The practice problems are identical to the types of problems the students will be required to solve in a welding shop. In addition to teaching basic math concepts, the problems give students a preview of the types of challenges they will face in a work environment. This helps the students develop solid troubleshooting skills that will serve them throughout their careers as welders.
  • Problems range in complexity from solving simple equations to calculating the weight of an assembly based on a dimensioned drawing.
  • Answers to odd-numbered practice problems are provided in the back of the book.
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Math for Welders is a combination text and workbook designed to help welding students learn and apply basic math skills. The basic concept behind each math operation is explained at the opening of the unit. Next, students are given clear instruction for performing the operation. Each unit includes a variety of weldingrelated practice problems to reinforce what the students have learned. The practice problems are identical to the types of problems the students will be required to solve in a welding shop. In addition to teaching basic math concepts, the problems give students a preview of the types of challenges they will face in a work environment. This helps the students develop solid troubleshooting skills that will serve them throughout their careers as welders.
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  • Full text search with relevancy ranking to quickly locate passages of interest
  • The ability to quickly jump to specific pages
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Table of Contents

Section 1: Whole Numbers
1. Unit 1: Introduction to Whole Numbers
2. Unit 2: Addition of Whole Numbers
3. Unit 3: Subtraction of Whole Numbers
4. Unit 4: Multiplication of Whole Numbers
5. Unit 5: Division of Whole Numbers
Section 2: Common Fractions
6. Unit 6: Introduction to Common Fractions
7. Unit 7: Addition of Fractions
8. Unit 8: Subtraction of Fractions
9. Unit 9: Multiplication of Fractions
10. Unit 10: Division of Fractions
Section 3: Decimal Fractions
11. Unit 11: Introduction to Decimal Fractions
12. Unit 12: Addition and Subtraction of Decimal Fractions
13. Unit 13: Multiplication of Decimal Fractions
14. Unit 14: Division of Decimal Fractions
Section 4: Measurement
15. Unit 15: Linear Measure
16. Unit 16: Angular Measure
17. Unit 17: Four-Sided Measure
18. Unit 18: Triangular Measure
19. Unit 19: Circular Measure
Section 5: Volume, Weight, and Bending Metal
20. Unit 20: Volume Measurement
21. Unit 21: Weight Measure
22. Unit 22: Bending Metal
Section 6: Percentages and the Metric System
23. Unit 23: Percentages
24. Unit 24: The Metric System
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About the Author(s)

Nino Marion - After graduating from Wayne State University, Mr. Marion invested several years working for Chrysler Canada. He then transitioned to a teaching position at St. Clair College, focusing on math and technical drawing. Mr. Marion’s career knowledge and experience informs Math for Welders.