Newly revised for the 3rd Edition, PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICS FOR MASONS provides the quantitative skills novice bricklayers need to be successful. Starting with the basics, this practical worktext uses straightforward language and clear organization to develop confidence quickly with helpful hints. This book guides readers through the math most commonly used in masonry, reinforcing their knowledge of key math principles from whole numbers and decimals to fractions and percentages. Next, step-by-step discussions of volume, area, square roots, and the Pythagorean Theorem provide the foundation masons need to properly measure projects, align walls, and estimate quantities of materials. Throughout PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICS FOR MASONS, 3RD Edition, many examples, illustrations, and practice word problems help readers develop logical reasoning skills while developing an awareness of basic masonry terms and practices. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.X 81/ X 16a N DD .5 c Q 7-5/8a B U Q A U aA ba GS DD /15a5/8a 5 U 7-5/8a Ac Copyright 2012 Cengage Learning All Rigliis Reserved May not be copied, scanned. or duplicaied, in wliele er in pan. Due to elecirenic rights, seine uiird partyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Problems in Mathematics for Masons|
|Author||:||John Ball, Robert Ham, Donna Ham|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2012-03-23|