11 views

Uploaded by Osama Hassan

appl.math

- sumberr
- Pravin Raj_2018.docx
- The Learning Principle PRINT
- lesson 4 learning sequence
- McKinsey Resume Preparation Guidelines (1)
- Embedded Muse 2 - The Engineering Mind
- Problem Solving Flow
- Employability Skills Guide
- iste standards project
- spring reflection
- 2011 Imo Paper Solutions
- unit design lp3
- artikel maths 1
- An Annotated Bibliography: “Shut up and Calculate” Versus “Let’s Talk” Science Within a TELE
- Project
- 0420_y10_sy
- California math-G5-start smart.pdf
- 14_Zazkis
- Math (1)
- RK Wicked Problem Solvers

You are on page 1of 5

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

3 2&3 2 1

Title Title

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.

Title

of

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?

Comments

Date Date

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 :

1

11/3/2012

19/3/2012

Ausama I.Hassan

Submitted on:

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 .

of

Assessment Title:

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

P4 P5 P6 M2 D2

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:

IVs Signature

Date

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.

S.N 1 1.

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?

3.

(This feedback sheet mu st be completed by the ASSESSOR where ppropriate)

Mathematics in Construction and the Built Environment

Criteria Achieved

2&3

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 .

P4

P5

P6

M2

D2

Outcome Title:

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

Calculations

Calculations Calculations

Calculations

Yes/No

Calculations

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

Signature:

Date

IVs Name: Omer Elharith IVs Signature Date Feedback Sheet

- sumberrUploaded byMaulidina Oktrilia
- Pravin Raj_2018.docxUploaded byManibalan
- The Learning Principle PRINTUploaded bynurul
- lesson 4 learning sequenceUploaded byapi-332047870
- McKinsey Resume Preparation Guidelines (1)Uploaded byKunal
- Embedded Muse 2 - The Engineering MindUploaded byMateVodokotlic
- Problem Solving FlowUploaded byapi-3856433
- Employability Skills GuideUploaded bySanjita TanDon
- iste standards projectUploaded byapi-356508815
- spring reflectionUploaded byapi-353829477
- 2011 Imo Paper SolutionsUploaded byShoba Sahasra
- unit design lp3Uploaded byapi-346743705
- artikel maths 1Uploaded byapi-301577154
- An Annotated Bibliography: “Shut up and Calculate” Versus “Let’s Talk” Science Within a TELEUploaded byDana Bjornson
- ProjectUploaded bygoswamiphotostat
- 0420_y10_syUploaded byjduckett
- California math-G5-start smart.pdfUploaded byTrân Lỳ
- 14_ZazkisUploaded byJuni Hardi
- Math (1)Uploaded byJClearyTobinMath
- RK Wicked Problem SolversUploaded byRavi Kanth
- U1-02Uploaded bytecnomarisa
- Meet the Parents #2 N.mcconkeyUploaded byhchristen
- Rob Barham Consulting Bootcamp 092015 - HEC workshop slides.pdfUploaded bycaput85
- figure 5amy kennedyread5463 videoanalysis3 1 1Uploaded byapi-339689659
- 6. Linke.m.,ccmd Stars Blog Hindol Datta - MECE FrameworkUploaded byRACHVIK07
- comm learning lesson planUploaded byapi-255031842
- TipsUploaded bykristiane93
- School FailureUploaded byRosario Arrieta
- CH 5; Decision Making.docxUploaded byAbdullah Al Mamun Tusher
- habits of mindUploaded byapi-316829058

- L01Uploaded byPauline Bogador Mayordomo
- L07 Dis.mathUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Mathematical Induction ( discrete Math)Uploaded byapi-33642484
- L03 Dis.mathUploaded byOsama Hassan
- L06 Dis.math.Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Department of Foundation and General Studies.gmath.-assign6.SolutionsUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Logic Proof NotesUploaded byHai L. Nguyen
- L04 Dis.math.Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- 05 ProbabilityUploaded byOsama Hassan
- L08-discrete mathUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Predicate&Quantifier for ComputerUploaded byOsama Hassan
- ااسئلة اختياراتUploaded byOsama Hassan
- L09-discrete mathUploaded byOsama Hassan
- L02 Dis. Math,Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Hand Out 20080904Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Department of Foundation and General Studies.gmath.-assign1winterUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Co Examiner[1]Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- 10Tasks.U3.A2Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Assignment_Delivery Form ND-U4.With Names.Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Lecture1bUploaded byOsama Hassan
- الأنسان والبيئة 8Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- Math.analysisUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Department of Foundation and General Studies.gmath.-assign2[1]Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- 9Tasks.U3.A2Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- 9Tasks.U3.A2Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- علل ما يأتيUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Department of Foundation and General Studies.gmath.-assign2A.solutionsUploaded byOsama Hassan
- 10 Unit Assessment Strategy (Auto-ABC1A)(1)Uploaded byOsama Hassan
- ValvesUploaded byOsama Hassan
- Department of Foundation and General Studies.gmath.-assign3Uploaded byOsama Hassan

- Ch 34 Magneticl FieldUploaded byChandra Sekhar
- CHAPTER 02 - Linear CodesUploaded byNuruljannah Mohd Mazuki
- tutorial-lex-yaccUploaded bySumanth S Murthy
- Single Qubit Gate Simulation for quantum computerUploaded byzoro840
- Swinburne Multi VerseUploaded byAna Thereza
- Agilent Advanced VNA CalibrationUploaded byrouter001
- sample problem.pdfUploaded byawhahn898548
- Paper 1 CalculusUploaded byankit2051991
- SassUploaded byLaura Kiraly
- Halper-Aristotle on the Extension of Non-ContradictionUploaded byOscar Leandro González Ruiz
- Hw 3 SolutionsUploaded byCody Sage
- Related Rates ExamplesUploaded byMatthew
- STS AssignmentUploaded byAdri versouisse
- Time Travel in Our LifetimeUploaded byJomo W. Mutegi
- Simplified Tightly-Coupled Cross-Dipole Arrangement for Base Station ApplicationsUploaded byDo Son
- 41.FullUploaded bynemesisvirus25
- Problem Set 4Uploaded byEmrico Luiz Perez
- 20287_scales-120517063143-phpapp01Uploaded bysaurav singh
- KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS PPTUploaded byUki Alfa Romeo
- LTE_8A1asaswUploaded byJustin Oommen
- AIMS13 Fair Resource AllocationUploaded bySmartenIT
- Column WsdUploaded byAkhtar Bahram
- M&Misotopes Edited1Uploaded byeherrerahghs
- MooringUploaded bySushanta Kumar Roy
- Pressure Transient TestingUploaded byJuli Santacruz
- Product CatalogueUploaded byHibozo
- MNL 64-2010.pdfUploaded bylolo
- C++Uploaded byVikas Saxena
- IVIVC.pdfUploaded byUmmy K. Syurmansyah
- Cultural Specificities in the History of Indian Science - Michel Danino (OP 34 of IIC).pdfUploaded byMichel Danino