Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
Units of Measurement
Fractions and Decimals
 Denominators
Numerators
Converting Fractions to Another Term
Reducing Fractions to Their Lowest Term
Reducing Measuring Fractions to Their Lowest Term
Increasing Fractions to Their Higher Term
Converting Fractions to a Common Denominator
Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
Multiplication and Division of Fractions
Multiplication of Fractions
Division of Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions by One
Improper Fractions
Multiplying Whole Numbers and Fractions
Decimal Fractions
Converting Fractions to Decimals
Converting Fractions of Inches to Decimals
Converting Mixed Numbers to Decimals
Converting a Fraction of a Foot to a Decimal
Converting Whole Inches to a Decimal of a Foot
Converting Inches and a Fraction of an Inch to a Decimal of a Foot
Converting Decimals to Fractions
Converting a Decimal of an Inch to a Fraction
Converting Inches with Decimals to Inches and Fractions
Converting a Decimal of a Foot to Inches and a Fraction of an Inch
Memory Aid
Doubling a Measuring Fraction
Halving a Measuring Fraction
Halving Mixed Numbers
Mixed Numbers with an Even Whole Number
Mixed Numbers with an Odd Whole Number
Rough Conversions
Self Test
Angles
 Angle
Names
90° Angles
Crossing and Parallel Lines
Parallel Lines
Degrees
 Fractions
of Degrees
Converting Degrees, Minutes, and Seconds to Degrees and Decimals
Converting Degrees and Decimals to Degrees, Minutes, and Seconds
Circles
Triangles
Rectangles
Squares
Variables and Constants
 Variables
Constants
Squaring
Numbers
Square Roots
Right Triangles
 Finding
the Length of the Hypotenuse
Finding the Length of a Leg
Names of the Sides of a Right Triangle
Ratio of Sides
Memory Aid
Finding the Angles of a Right Triangle
Using the Arc Function Keys on the Calculator
Steps to Finding Angles When Two Sides Are Known
Finding the Angle Using the Functions Table
Complementary Angle
Using the Function Keys
Using the Inverse Key
Using the Inverse Key with Functions
Using the Inverse Key with the Arc Functions
Calculating Right Triangles Using One Side and One Angle
Isosceles Triangles
Special Triangles
 The
45° Right Triangle
The Equilateral Triangle
The 30°60° Right Triangle
Circles
 PI
Circumference
Using the Diameter to Find the Circumference
Using the Radius to Find the Circumference
Arc
The Arc as a Fraction of a Circle
Finding Arc Length Using a Fraction of a Circle
Finding the Arc Angle Using a Fraction of a Circle
Concentric Arcs with the Same Angle
Unit Circle
Radians
Finding the Arc Length Using the Radius and Radians
Notes on Radians
Chords
Finding the Angle Measurement of a Chord
Chord Length

Second
Module Preface
Offsets
 Pieces
of the Puzzle and Invisible Lines
Simple Offsets
Planes and Offset Boxes
Angle of Turn
Offset Triangles
Simple Offset Triangles
90° Simple Offsets
45° Simple Offsets
30° Simple Offsets
Odd Angle Simple Offsets
Offset Turns
Concentric Arcs
The Take Out or Take Up of Arcs
Simple Offsets with Arcs
90° Simple Offsets
30° and 45° Simple Offsets with Arcs.
Odd Angle Simple Offsets with Arcs
Mitered Turns
Marking Miters Using the Outside Mark Back Measurement
Marking Miters Using Center Mark Back Measurement
Offset Turns Using Miters
Odd Angle Offset Turn
Mitered Offsets
Area
 Rectangles
Squares
Triangles
Right Triangles
Isosceles Triangles
Circle
Side of a Cylinder
Volume
 Rectangular
Prism
Calculating the Correct Amount of Concrete to Order
Cubes
Triangular Prism
Cylinders
Equal Sectors
and Regular Polygons
 Equal
Sectors
Marking Equal Sectors
Regular Polygons
Rolling
Offsets
 The
Triangle of Roll
The 45° Rolling Offset
The 30° Rolling Offset
The Odd Angle Rolling Offset
The 90° Rolling Offset
Steps for Working the Rolling Offset
Notes about the Angle of Roll
The Metric
System
 Length
Seeing
is Believing
 Fractions
of the Ruler
Perpendicular Lines
Angles
Marking 60°, 30°, and 15° Angles
Right Triangles
Marking a 30°60° Right Triangle
Marking 45° Right Triangles
Drawing Right Triangles Using Calculated Lengths
Finding Degrees On Sloped Objects
Isosceles Triangle
Circles
Arcs
Concentric Arcs
Cutting the 90° Elbow Into 45° Elbows.
Afterword
Glossary
Appendix Functions Table
Answers to Practices Index
