## Class Details

- Class Name:
- Math Fundamentals 101
- Difficulty:
- Beginner
- Number of Lessons:
- 17

## Class Outline

- Mathematics
- Addition and Subtraction
- Addition and Subtraction Review
- Positive and Negative Integers
- Rules for Adding and Subtracting with Negative Numbers
- Ordering Integers
- Addition and Subtraction with Negative Integers Review
- Multiplication
- The Rules of Multiplication
- Division
- Multiplication and Division Review
- Exponents
- Roots
- Exponents and Roots Review
- Order of Operations
- Grouping
- Order of Operations Review

## Objectives

- Describe the importance of mathematics for manufacturing employees.
- Solve addition and subtraction problems.
- Describe integers and negative numbers.
- Solve addition and subtraction problems with negative integers.
- List integers in order from least to greatest.
- Solve basic multiplication problems using integers.
- Explain the rules for multiplying with negative integers.
- Solve basic division problems containing integers.
- Describe exponents.
- Describe roots.
- List the correct order of mathematical operations.
- Explain the rules for grouping symbols.

## Job Roles

## Certifications

NIMS- CNC Lathe Operations
- CNC Milling Operations
- CNC Milling Programming, Setup, & Operation
- CNC Milling: Operations-FastTrack
- CNC Milling: Programming, Setup, and Operations-FastTrack
- CNC Turning Programming, Setup, & Operation
- CNC Turning: Operations-FastTrack
- CNC Turning: Programming, Setup, and Operations-FastTrack
- Drill Press I
- Drill Press Skills-FastTrack
- Grinding I
- Grinding Skills-FastTrack
- Job Planning, Benchwork, & Layout I
- Job Planning, Benchwork, and Layout-FastTrack
- Manual Milling Skills-FastTrack
- Measurement, Materials, & Safety I
- Measurement, Materials, and Safety-FastTrack
- Milling I
- Turning Operations: Turning Between Centers-FastTrack
- Turning Operations: Turning Chucking Skills
- Turning Operations: Turning Chucking Skills-FastTrack

## Glossary

Vocabulary Term | Definition |
---|---|

addition | A mathematical operation that unites two separate quantities into one sum. 2 + 2 = 4 is an example of addition. |

algebra | A branch of mathematics that uses known quantities to find unknown quantities. In algebra, letters, such as x and y, are sometimes used in place of unknown numbers. |

arithmetic | The branch of mathematics that involves basic operations. These operations include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. |

blueprint | The instructions and drawings that are used to manufacture a part. Using blueprints effectively requires a good understanding of math. |

calculus | A branch of mathematics that measures changes in one quantity in relation to another. Calculus is used for functions involving curves. |

cubed | A number with an exponent of three. An exponent of three indicates the number should be multiplied by itself three times. |

division | A mathematical operation that indicates how many equal quantities add up to a specific number. 8 ÷ 4 = 2 is an example of division. |

exponents | Numbers that indicate how many times a given number is multiplied by itself. Exponents are also known as powers. |

fraction | A mathematical expression with two numbers placed above and below a division. This expression indicates the number of divisions or portions and the size of each division or portion. |

geometry | The branch of mathematics that involves the measurements, properties, and relationships of all shapes and sizes of things. Geometry topics include lines and angles, circles, and triangles. |

integers | A whole number or its negative equivalent. The numbers -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, and 3 are all integers. |

mathematics | The study of numbers and quantities and their relationships. Mathematics requires an understanding of the logic and rules used to solve numerical problems. |

multiplication | A mathematical operation that indicates how many times a number is added to itself. 2 x 4 = 8 is an example of multiplication. |

negative | Numbers less than zero that represent a reduction or absence of a quantity. -1, -2, and -3 are all examples of negative numbers. |

number line | A line on which numbers are marked at intervals. On a number line, smaller numbers are placed to the left, with larger numbers placed to the right. |

operations | A mathematical action or process such as addition or subtraction. A mathematical equation consists of a series of operations. |

order of operations | The mathematical rules that determine the correct order for solving any sequence of math operations. Solve powers and roots first, then multiplication and division, and finally addition and subtraction. |

powers | Numbers that indicate how many times a given number is multiplied by itself. Powers are also known as exponents. |

root | A number that, when multiplied by itself a specified number of times, results in a given number. For example, the square root of 64 is 8. |

roots | A number that, when multiplied by itself a specified number of times, results in a given number. For example, the square root of 64 is 8. |

square root | A number that, when multiplied by itself, results in a given number. For example, the square root of 64 is 8. |

squared | A number with an exponent of two. An exponent of two indicates the number should be multiplied by itself. |

subtraction | A mathematical operation that takes away a quantity from a larger whole. 4 - 2 = 2 is an example of subtraction. |

trigonometry | A branch of mathematics that addresses the measurements and relationships of a triangle and its parts. The parts of a triangle include its angles and sides. |

whole numbers | A number that is equal to or greater than 0 with no fractions or decimals. 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on are all examples of whole numbers. |

zero | The integer indicating the absence of a quantity or amount. On a number line, zero indicates the point where negative numbers change into positive numbers. |