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Basic Mathematics in Construction

by Charles Bumpus
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One of your responsibilities as an administrative assistant in an architect’s office is to count the money in the petty cash box and update the Talley sheet on a daily basis. Today you counted one $20.00 bill, five $5 bills, and six $1 bills. You also counted 9 quarters, 8 dimes, and 3 nickels. What amount should you write on the Talley sheet?   A         $41.40 B          $44.20 C          $52.20 D         $54.20 E          $62.80

 Help students learn how to relate basic mathematics to real-world


Core Construction



Learning Outcomes:

Basic math related to construction

Assessment Methodology:

Assessment will be a correct answer

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