# Secondary Catalogue

## Mathematics

### Working with Ratios

Numeracy in Construction

Converting units and working out ratios is an integral skill for working in construction. This video explains the mathematical reasoning behind converting units of volume and scaling ratios and how it can be applied to calculate the correct...Show More

### Calculating Volume

Numeracy in Construction

An understanding of the volume of spaces is an essential skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for volume and how it can be applied to easily calculate the amount of concrete needed for a house foundation by...Show More

### Multiplication

Numeracy in Construction

There are many applications for multiplication when working in construction. This video explains how multiplication skills can be used to calculate wall areas and the size of covering panels to work out how much material needs to be ordered for...Show More

### Calculating Perimeter

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the perimeter of a block of land is a crucial skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for perimeter and how it can be applied to calculate the length of fencing required for a construction site, as...Show More

### Estimating and Quotes

Numeracy in Construction

The ability to estimate material quantities and provide quotes is a helpful skill for working in construction. This video explains how to estimate the area and materials needed for a tiling job, incorporating unit conversions, and how to allow...Show More

### Calculating Area

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the area of a construction space is an important skill for working on a building site. This video explains the basic formula for area and how it can be applied to easily calculate wall area, incorporating length conversions, and...Show More

### Floats and Balances

Numeracy in Retail

For all retail businesses balancing a cash float at the end of day, strong mathematical skills are crucial. This video explains how to count the cash in a register at the end of the day, including differentiating between different methods of sale...Show More

### Surcharges

Numeracy in Retail

Credit and debit cards are so convenient, which means that an understanding of card surcharges is crucial for retail employees. This video explains how different card types may have different surcharges and how a comparison of the actual cost of...Show More

### Discounts

Numeracy in Retail

Understanding the mathematical processes behind discounts is a crucial skill for working in retail. This video explains how basic division and subtraction calculations can be used to complement calculator skills to work out new prices of sale...Show More

### Cash Handling

Numeracy in Retail

Although technology enables easy and quick cash handling in many retail environments, a sound understanding of simple mathematics remains a helpful skill for working in retail. This video explains how mental maths can be used to ensure that...Show More

### Break Times

Numeracy in Retail

Every retail employee should understand how their shifts work and when their breaks are scheduled. This video explains how to use simple mathematics to calculate the length of shift times and when breaks should be taken in order to complete a...Show More

### Rostering

Numeracy in Hospitality

Staffing is an enormous expense to hospitality businesses. Smart scheduling and rostering are crucial skills for employees to develop. This video explains how to use mathematical calculations to work out whether rostered staff will be able to...Show More

### Stock Calculations

Numeracy in Retail

Calculating stock quantities is a critical skill in retail, as it helps to ensure minimal overspending. This video demonstrates the mathematical thinking used to work out how much marketing collateral is needed for a retail marketplace sale...Show More

### Food Safety and Time Calculations

Numeracy in Hospitality

Following food safety regulations surrounding potentially hazardous foods is an essential skill for working in hospitality. This video explains the mathematical calculations that can be used to work out when food needs to be checked for...Show More

Numeracy in Hospitality

To ensure a successful catering event, the dietary requirements must be included in the function brief. In addition to this, a little bit of mathematical thinking is required. This video demonstrates the thinking processes involved in calculating...Show More

### Seating Plans

Numeracy in Hospitality

Front of house staff in the hospitality industry are often tasked with organising tables and seating plans for functions and events. This video walks through the mathematical processes involved in assessing various seating configurations to find...Show More

### Portioning

Numeracy in Hospitality

Accuracy in estimating and calculating food quantities is a crucial skill for working in the kitchen. This video demonstrates how to calculate the number of portions available from a given jug capacity and volume of gravy. Clean, clear graphics...Show More

### Ratio

Numeracy in Hospitality

Working out how to dilute cleaning solutions can be confusing when the units of measurements aren’t all the same. Unit conversion for ratios is an integral skill used in other hospitality contexts, too, both front and back of house. This video...Show More

### RHS Criterion

Constructing Triangles

When we construct a right - angled triangle given the lengths of one of its legs and its hypotenuse, we do so using the RHS criterion.

### Medians of a Triangle

Triangle and Its Properties

The medians of a triangle are the line segments that join each vertex of the triangle to the midpoint of its opposite side.

### ASA Criterion

Constructing Triangles

We can construct a triangle given the measure of two of its angles and the length of the included side, using the ASA criterion.

### Altitude of a Triangle

Triangle and Its Properties

This video defines what the altitude of a triangle is and how it’s different in different types of triangles.

### Volume of a Cuboid

Volume and Surface Area of 3D Shapes

The volume of a cuboid is equal to its ‘length’ multiplied by its ‘breadth’ multiplied by its ‘height’.The volume of a cuboid is also equal to the ‘area of its base’ multiplied by its ‘height’.

### Angles Made by a Transversal

Lines and Angles

A line that intersects two or more lines at distinct points is called a transversal. When a transversal cuts two lines, 8 angles are formed. These angle have special names such as interior angle exterior angle, corresponding angle, alternate...Show More

### Volume of a Cube

Volume and Surface Area of 3D Shapes

A cube is a 3 - dimensional object having all sides of the equal measure. The volume of a cube is equal to its ‘side’ multiplied by its ‘side’ multiplied by its ‘side’, which is equal to ‘side cubed’.