Practical Problems in
Mathematics, For Welders
|Frank R. Schell; Bill Matlock; Robert Chasan
Practical Problems in Mathematics for
Welders, 5E, takes the same straightforward and practical
approach to mathematics that made previous editions so highly
effective, and combines it with the latest procedures and practices
in the welding industry.
comprehensive, instructional book, readers will learn how to solve
the types of math problems faced regularly by welders.
Each unit begins with a review of the basic
mathematical procedures used in standard operations and progresses
to more advanced formulas.
With real-world welding examples and clear,
uncomplicated explanations, this book will provide readers with the
mathematical tools needed to be successful in their welding careers.
- Illustrations help readers to visualize
weldments, projects, and key concepts
- Updated examples and problems provide a
realistic and current picture of the math required in the
- Step-by-step examples allow readers to
follow the procedures closely and learn as they go
Averages, Percents & Percentages
Pieces & Lengths
Achievement Review A
Achievement Review B
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
Robert Chasan is currently
an Instructor at the Maricopa Skill Center, a division of Gateway
Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, where he teaches
Pre-Apprenticeship Training in Highway Construction Program.
He also worked as an Instructor
for the Secretary of Labor's Commission on Acquiring Necessary
Skills (SCANS) Lab.
240 Pages - 8 x 9-1/4 in.
Welding / Metal