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Qualification Unit No. Outcome No. Assignment No. Part Assessor Name Internal Verifier
BTEC LEVEL 3 Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)-Year 1

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Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment


Be able to select and apply mathematical techniques correctly to solve practical construction involving perimeters, areas and volumes. Be able to select and apply geometric and trigonometric techniques correctly to solve practical construction.

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Construction Problem Solving 1

Ausama Ibrahim Hassan Omer Elharith

Evaluation criteria
1 2 Is the assignment word processed? Is there a title to the assignment? Is there reference to the unit and the learning outcomes being 3 assessed, including outcome statements? Is there a suitable scenario/introduction that is appropriate to the 4 level of the student? 5 Is it clear what evidence the student needs to generate? 6 Is the timescale for the assignment appropriate? Do the grading criteria relate to the outcome(s) being assessed and 7 the P/M/D criteria from the qualification specification? (where appropriate) 8 Is the assignment appropriate for the level of the students? 9 Is the hand-in date (Completion Date) clear? 10 Overall is the assignment fit for purpose?

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Sharjah Institute of Technology


Assessment Activity Front Sheet
Criteria Achieved P4 P5 P6 M2 D2

(This front sheet must be completed by the STUDENT where appropriate and included with the work submitted for assessment)

Students Name: Date Issued: Qualification Unit No.: Outcome No. : Assignment No.: Part :
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11/3/2012

Assessors Name: Completion Date: Unit Title: Outcome Title:


19/3/2012

Ausama I.Hassan

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BTEC LEVEL 3 Extended Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)-Year 1

3 2&3 2 1

Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment Be able to select and apply mathematical techniques correctly to solve practical construction involving perimeters, areas and volumes. Be able to select and apply geometric and trigonometric techniques correctly to solve practical construction .

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Assessment Title:

Construction Problem Solving

In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found
Criteria Referenc e To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to: Use mathematical techniques to solve construction problems associated with simple perimeters, areas and volumes. Use trigonometric techniques to solve 2D simple construction problems. Use geometric techniques to solve simple construction problems. Apply appropriate algebraic methods to find lengths, angles, areas and volumes for one 2D and one 3D complex construction industry-related problem. Demonstrate an understanding of the limitations of certain solutions in terms of accuracy, approximations and rounding errors. Tick if met Page numbers

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Declaration

I certify that this assignment is my own work, written in my own words. Any other persons work included in my assignment is referenced / acknowledged. Students Name: Students Signature: Date:

Internal Verifiers approval to use with students

IVs Name: Omer Elharith

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Front Sheet

You have been contracted as a mathematical consultant to solve and confirm a number of mathematical problems/solutions for projects on a major contract for the government.

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Task

A land is shaped as in the figure above: a. Calculate the perimeter of the land; b. Calculate the area of the land. 2. If the diagonal and the area of a rectangular land are 25 m and 168 m2, what is the length, width and perimeter of the rectangle?

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Assessment Feedback Form


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Students Name: Unit No.: Unit Title: Outcome No.: 3


Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment

Assessment Title: Construction Problem Solving Grading Criteria Achieved:


Criteria Achieved

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Be able to select and apply mathematical techniques correctly to solve practical construction involving perimeters, areas and volumes. Be able to select and apply geometric and trigonometric techniques correctly to solve practical construction .

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Assessment Criteria
Use mathematical techniques to solve construction problems associated with simple perimeters, areas and volumes. Use trigonometric techniques to solve 2D simple construction problems. Use geometric techniques to solve simple construction problems. Apply appropriate algebraic methods to find lengths, angles, areas and volumes for one 2D and one 3D complex construction industry-related problem. Demonstrate an understanding of the limitations of certain solutions in terms of accuracy, approximations and rounding errors.

P4 P5 P6 M2 D2

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

Calculations

Calculations Calculations

Calculations

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Calculations

Assessors General Comments: Assessors Name: Ausama I.Hassan Students Comments: Students Name: Signature: Date:

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Student's Work has been Internally Verified


IVs Name: Omer Elharith IVs Signature Date Feedback Sheet