Execute mathematical operations accurately.

Example A: studio, tools, and techniques course.

The studio, tools, and techniques course consisted of mathematics calculation, determining the right dimensions, and making precise cuts. Determining the dimensions of a project requires accurate measurement calculations which involved adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing measurements to achieve the desired outcome. Additionally, to be able to cut precisely, you need a good understanding of measurements and the ability to execute them accurately. I was able to learn how to calculate margins, borders, and proportions to ensure the final product meets specifications.

Example B: handling payment transactions at work.

Ensuring accurate transactions as a cashier involves prioritizing precision in data entry. Utilizing technology and mental math skills, verifying change amounts, and staying aware of common errors contribute to this precision. Effective communication with colleagues, attention to details, and confirming purchase totals with customers further demonstrate my commitment to accuracy.