## AUTD 090B - Trade Mathematics and Science

Trade Mathematics provides learners with the opportunity to develop their Math and Science abilities as they apply to their trade. Document use, text reading, numeracy skills, critical thinking, problem solving, and troubleshooting are examples of essential skills that benefit from having a strong background in Trade Mathematics.

Hours: 100 (Seminars/Tutorials: 50; Shop/Teaching Kitchen: 50)

Total Weeks: 3

Prerequisites:

Non-Course Prerequisites:

None

Co-requisites:

None

Course Content:
Math and Science
- Problems Involving Whole Numbers
- Problems Involving Common Fractions
- Problems Involving Decimal Fractions
- Problems Involving Metric and Imperial Measurement
- Problems Involving Ratio and Proportion
- Problems Involving Percent
- Problems Involving Powers and Roots
- Simple Graphs
- Problems Involving Simple Equations
- Problems Involving Perimeters, Areas and Volumes
- Problems Involving Angles, Triangles and Geometric Constructions
- Properties of Matter

- Factors Affecting Energy
- Simple Machines
- Properties of Thermal Energy

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of Trade Mathematics, learners will be capable of using knowledge of Mathematics and Science to troubleshoot and analyze problems as they relate to their trade:
Apply Math and Science
- Solve Problems Involving Whole Numbers
- Solve Problems Involving Common Fractions
- Solve Problems Involving Decimal Fractions
- Solve Problems Involving Metric and Imperial Measurement
- Solve Problems Involving Ratio and Proportion
- Solve Problems Involving Percent
- Solve Problems Involving Powers and Roots
- Interpret Simple Graphs
- Solve Problems Involving Simple Equations
- Solve Problems Involving Perimeters, Areas and Volumes
- Solve Problems Involving Angles, Triangles and Geometric Constructions
- Describe the Properties of Matter
- Describe Factors Affecting Energy
- Describe Simple Machines

- Describe Properties of Thermal Energy

Percentage of Individual Work: 100