Back |

MAT 106 Technical Math I

Credit Hours: 3Effective Term: Fall 2018SUN#: NoneAGEC: None |
Credit Breakdown: 2 Lectures, 3 LabsTimes for Credit: 4Grading Option: A, B, C, D, FCross-Listed: |

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes |
---|

1. (Application Level) Perform basic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percent. (CSLO #2)
2. (Application Level) Convert fractions to decimals to percent in any order. (CSLO #2) 3. (Synthesis Level) Use data represented in graphs to draw conclusions. (CSLO #2,4) 4. (Application Level) Solve applied percent problems involving mechanical efficiency, production waste, relative manufacturing error, and tolerance. (CSLO #2,4) 5. (Analysis Level) Set-up and solve proportion problems including direct proportion, similar figures, roof pitch, scale drawings, etc. (CSLO #2,4) 6. (Application Level) Solve applied inverse proportion problems involving gear ratios, lever arms, etc. (CSLO #2,4) 7. (Application Level) Convert measurements from U. S. Customary units to metric and vice versa for length, weight, volume, and temperature. Express converted quantities to a specified level of precision (e.g. to the nearest sixteenth inch). (CSLO #2) 8. (Application Level) Make measurements using rulers, calipers, and micrometers as well as using scales of the trade. (CSLO #2) 9. (Analysis Level) Recognize basic shapes used in the trade, identify angles, and find missing angle measures. (CSLO #2) 10. (Application Level) Apply basic geometric concepts to solve problems involving area, perimeter and volume. (CSLO #2,4) 11. (Application Level) Apply differing strategies to solve application problems both with and without a calculator. (CSLO #2,4) |

Internal/External Standards Accreditation |

None |