Applied Construction Mathematics - BLD 120


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BLD 120 - Applied Construction Mathematics
Presents a review of mathematic principles and concepts necessary for typical construction applications. Includes: while numbers, order of operations, fractions, decimals, weights, measures and conversions, ratio and proportions, percentages, angles and perimeters, volume and surface area solids, board measure, lumber pricing, computations for preparing footing, foundations and slabs, beams and framing roofs systems and stairs. Covers basic estimation and working from construction plans. This course is not intended to satisfy general education requirements. Prerequisite: MTH 02.
Lecture 3 hours per week.
3 credits