Fabrication Math IIAmerican Welding Society
Fabrication Math II
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Fabrication Math II
The AWS Fabrication Math II course builds upon the lessons learned in Fabrication Math I to explain the concepts, equations, and formulas that welders, welding foremen, welding supervisors and other welding professionals require to estimate, plan, and produce quality welds. The same type of audio narration, animated graphics, examples, and practice problems found in Math I make these more advanced concepts just as easy to understand and remember. Topics include unit conversions, percentages and ratios, and the calculation of area and volume.
Who should attend?
Welders, welding foremen, welding supervisors, production managers, welding sales representatives and other welding professionals that require the mathematical skills to accurately measure the physical dimensions of welds and calculate the cost of the labor, materials, and equipment required to produce them.
The AWS Fabrication Math II Course only requires that learners understand how to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, fractions and decimals, as well as how to convert fractions, improper fractions, and decimals. These skills are covered in Fabrication Math I.
- Module 1 – Introduction
- Module 2 – Percentages and Ratios
- Module 3 – Rates and Ratios
- Module 4 – Exponents and Scientific Notation
- Module 5 – Order of Operations
- Module 6 – Unit Conversions: Metric/U.S. Standard Characteristics
- Module 7 – Unit Conversions: Temperature and Time
- Module 8 – Lines and Angles
- Module 9 – Rectangles and Squares
- Module 10 – Area of Right Triangles
- Module 11 – Area of Non-Right Triangles
- Module 12 – Area of Circles
- Module 13 – Three Dimensional Shapes and Volume
- Module 14 – Three Dimensional Shapes and Volume: Cones
- Module 15 – Three Dimensional Shapes and Volume: Cylinders
- Member: $370
- Non-member: $495
Certification / Credits
Upon completion of the course, participants will earn 15 PDHs / 1.5 CEUs.
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