Everyday Math for the Building Trades James Gerhart

ISBN: 9780070242661

Published: October 1st 1996

Paperback

247 pages


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Everyday Math for the Building Trades  by  James Gerhart

Everyday Math for the Building Trades by James Gerhart
October 1st 1996 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 247 pages | ISBN: 9780070242661 | 8.50 Mb

This handy field reference fills the need for an easy-to-understand, time-saving mathematical sourcebook for professionals working in virtually every building trade. Providing quick answers to everyday on-site math problems, it skips tediousMoreThis handy field reference fills the need for an easy-to-understand, time-saving mathematical sourcebook for professionals working in virtually every building trade. Providing quick answers to everyday on-site math problems, it skips tedious mathematical information tradespeople need. A bricklayer, for example, could use this guide to determine how much material is needed to build a certain size and type of wall- a painter could figure the amount of paint needed for a job- a carpenter could easily calculate stair riser elevations.

Filled with diagrams, tables, and chairs, the book makes it easy to perform even complicated calculations such as roof pitch. In addition to these quick reference tools, it provides unique tips and tricks for performing routine and complex calculations that can easily be committed to memory.



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