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At Construction Trades Press, we believe in keeping things simple. Many people think math is difficult to learn and use, but we show you it doesn't have to be that way. Our books are easy to read and understand, and if you take the time to work through them, they will provide you with a practical, useful foundation in math. Scott Gibson of

To be precise, a craftsman in any trade must work from a functional math base that includes arithmetic, practical algebra, practical geometry, and practical trigonometry. Johnny and Margaret Hamilton have brought these essential ingredients together into one learning format. This same math is essential not only for the trades, but for anyone involved in designing, laying out, or constructing anything.

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are written in a simple, straightforward manner so that people with a limited educational background or mathematical understanding can readily learn information that will be useful in a variety of circumstances.

- eliminate confusing and intimidating terminology.
- begin with fractions and decimals and in a stair-step fashion take the reader through the relevant mathematical information.
- speak simply, show exactly what math is needed, and help people to visualize math at work.
- include instructions for calculator use.
- provide hundreds of detailed drawings and problems, with all answers at the back of the book.
- offer supplemental material for classroom use.
- are currently being used by individuals, schools, community colleges, industrial training programs, and apprenticeship programs across the country.