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This course covers the basics of mathematical skills necessary to observe, calculate, and record the necessary information for industrial applications. Topics include measurements and calculations of pressure, heat, liquid, gases, and other variables that are critical to biomanufacturing processes. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of the theoretical applications in monitoring the process to maintain control of the process. Topics include basic math skills, rounding numbers, significant figures, exponents, ratios, fractions, decimals, percent, scientific notation, dimensional analysis, conversions, logarithms, pH, density calculations, concentrations, solutions, relationships, graphs, and measuring process variables.