# carpentry 1 - basic math concepts-part a

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1. when calculating materials do you round up or down?
up
2. when should you round an answer?
when the calculations r completed
3. what does bedmas stand for?
4. 1 cube of water is = volume of one litre and weight of?
1 kilogram
5. metric measurements on blueprints are always indicated in?
millimeters
6. linear measurements on blueprints should b changed from mm to _____ before calculations are made?
meters
7. what is the base measure for capacity?
litre L
8. 1000 L= in volume to?
1 cubic meter
9. mass and____ are used interchangeably.
weight
10. metric tonne is represented by
lower case t
11. 1000g =
1 kg
12. 1000kg=
1 tonne
13. how many grams in a kg?
1000
14. list 2 types of building materials measured in kg?
screws, plaster
15. 3 ft=
1 yard
16. how do you convert inches to ft and inches?
divide number of inches by 12, the whole number portion of the answer is the ft, multiply the decimal by 12 that will give you inches
17. one once times____=1pint times____= 1 quart times____= 1 gallon
20,2,4
18. 1 ounce times ___= 1 lb times____ = 1 ton
16,2000
19. imperial ton is represented by?
capital T
20. what are 4 units used to measure liquid capacity?
pint, quart, gallon, ounce

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 Author: heeres ID: 265827 Filename: carpentry 1 - basic math concepts-part a Updated: 2014-03-10 22:17:43 Tags: math Folders: carpentry math Description: carpentry 1 - basic math concepts-part a Show Answers:

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