In most places carpenters do not need to be licenced.
They use Algebra and Geometry.
Carpenters use math because the need to measure stuff. Or to like cut wood, like some one asks you to cut 8/11 and you don't know what thatis, you would fail at the job. Looks like I'll never be a carpenter
No, but they will be better carpenters if they do.
Woodworking and math skills.
Mostly geometry, adding, subtracting fractions and decimals.
well if i understand correctly carpenters have to know measurements to measure wood and all that other stuff. they need to know how to add and subtract measurements also.
Carpenters use geometry for angles and diagonal lengths, area and surface area for walls and sheathing, and the engineering computation of loads per square inch.
Harry C. Huth has written: 'Practical Problems in Math for Carpenters'
Because the blueprints are plans of what they have to construct.
Carpentars use math many times when: * Using a measuring tape * measuring a block of wood * how long to cut a block of wood * when talking about sizes of wood * and when talking about cords of firewood