Duration: 0.25 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course begins with the definition of exponents and then discusses scientific and engineering notation as well as multiplying exponents. The course concludes by illustrating binary, decimal, and hexadecimal number systems.
Duration: 0.25 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course discusses the definition of percent and fraction, how to change between numbers and percentages, how to properly write a fraction, as well as how to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions.
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Duration: 0.25 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
Distance measuring units include the U.S. standard, (inch, feet, yard), decimal-inch (tenth, hundredth, thousandth, ten-thousandth), or the metric (millimeter, centimeter, meter). Being able to measure distance or determining if something is square are integral parts of many projects. This can include weekend do-it-yourself jobs to major landscaping and construction projects. While measuring cannot be done without some variation, errors can be reduced by following basic principles covered in this course.
Duration: 2.00 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course is designed to introduce participants to the basic principles of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. After completing this course, participants should be able to describe how to add, subtract, and multiply numbers in vertical columns, and to explain how short division and long division is done. They should also be able to explain powers of numbers and roots of numbers, and they should be able to describe shortcuts for multiplying and dividing with multiples of ten.
Duration: 2.00 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic mathematical operations involving signed numbers, averaging, rates, fractions, decimals, and conversions. After completing this course, participants should be able to perform basic mathematical operations with signed numbers, perform combined operations in the proper order, find the average of a group of numbers, and calculate rates. They should also be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide with fractions and decimals. Finally, participants should be able to convert between fractions, decimals, and percents; write numbers using scientific notation; and use conversion tables.
Duration: 2.00 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video, MobileReady
This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic mathematical applications that can be used on the job. After completing this course, participants should be able to interpret measurements that include fractions and decimal values, measurements in English and metric units, and perform mathematical applications involving fractions and decimals. They should also be able to calculate dimensions associated with rectangles, triangles, and circles.
Duration: 2.00 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course is designed to familiarize participants with the basic concepts of algebra. After completing this course, participants should be able to define terms commonly associated with the use of algebra, isolate an unknown in an equation, and use the processes of distribution and factoring. They should also be able to explain what ratios and proportions are and to explain the difference between a direct proportion and an inverse proportion. Finally, participants should be able to use a calculator to solve math problems.
Duration: 2.00 Hrs
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
This course is designed to familiarize participants with the basic principles associated with using formulas, reading and interpreting graphs, and detecting and analyzing trends. After completing this course, participants should be able to explain what a formula is and use formulas to find areas, volumes, and volumetric flow rates. They should also be able to describe how graphs and charts can provide information about process variables. In addition, participants should be able to describe basic procedures for detecting and analyzing trends.
Duration: 1.00 Hr
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
Boolean algebra, also known as Boolean logic, is a way of calculating truth values based on 0 and 1, or false and true. This system of logic, illustrated by Boolean logic gates, is applied to the construction, inputs, and outputs of applications such as circuitry and computer function. This course outlines the basics of Boolean functions and laws, instructions on writing out truth tables in order to illustrate each of the logic gates and all their possible outputs, instructions on converting these tables into Boolean expressions, how to use Boolean algebra to simplify combinational logic circuits, and how to convert Boolean expressions into Karnaugh maps.
Duration: 1.00 Hr
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
Boolean algebra, also known as Boolean logic, is a way of calculating truth values based on 0 and 1, or false and true. This system of logic, illustrated by Boolean logic gates, is applied to the construction, inputs, and outputs of applications such as circuitry and computer function. This course outlines the basics of Boolean functions and laws, instructions on writing out truth tables in order to illustrate each of the logic gates and all their possible outputs, instructions on converting these tables into Boolean expressions, how to use Boolean algebra to simplify combinational logic circuits, and how to convert Boolean expressions into Karnaugh maps.
Duration: 1.00 Hr
Course Level: Intermediate
Languages: English
Capability: Audio, Video
Boolean algebra, also known as Boolean logic, is a way of calculating truth values based on 0 and 1, or false and true. This system of logic, illustrated by Boolean logic gates, is applied to the construction, inputs, and outputs of applications such as circuitry and computer function. This course outlines the basics of Boolean functions and laws, instructions on writing out truth tables in order to illustrate each of the logic gates and all their possible outputs, instructions on converting these tables into Boolean expressions, how to use Boolean algebra to simplify combinational logic circuits, and how to convert Boolean expressions into Karnaugh maps.