Core subjects are those that are common to most, or all skilled, trades. You can probably guess that mathematics, for example, is a universal requirement for all the skilled trades. That's absolutely correct. Not all trades require the higher levels of algebra, geometry, and even a bit of calculus. You need the math that is appropriate for your work and building your career.
Physics is important, too. An good introductory physics course helps you understand whey things behave the way they do -- from balancing loads to welding metals. And you will most likely find you need a basic understanding of electricity and electrical machinery as well.
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