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The arithmetic calculations and operations are included here more as calculator practice than practice on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. 

When fractions are involved in a problem, like the volume of a box that is 4 11/16 by 4 11/16 by 2 1/8 inch, fractions are immediately converted to decimals and the problem produces a decimal answer which works great. So if you have a fear of fractions, fear not. Just learn how to convert a fraction or mixed number to a decimal number and you will not need to be perplexed.

Be sure to clear up any misunderstanding you have about the square and square root of a number. And be sure you can perform calculations with a ruler. You should be able to add and subtract feet and inches with accuracy. This will be an important aspect of your work as an electrician.

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