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Business Math Using Excel prepares users for the business world by incorporating math concepts using two approaches. The first approach uses the traditional method of calculating. The second approach teaches those same concepts using the functions of Excel. Today’s office workers are often challenged with Excel worksheets that include complex calculations that once were done using desktop calculators. Business Math Using Excel helps users create formulas and use the functions of Excel to make it the powerful application tool it is meant to be and to develop a high level of math skill.
Table of Contents
|Basic Math Functions|
|Basic Math Operations and Excel|
|Fractions and Mixed Numbers|
|Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers|
|Multiply and Divide Fractions and Mixed Numbers|
|Introduction to Percents|
|Part, Rate, and Base|
|Percent of Increase and Decrease|
|The Checking Account|
|Bank Statement Reconciliation|
|Gross Pay for Various Compensation Methods|
|Employee's Earnings Record and Payroll Register|
|Taxes & Insurance|
|Property Tax and Property Tax Rate|
|State Unemplyment Tax, Federal Unemployment Tax, and Federal Income Tax|
|Health, Auto, Life, and Property Insurance|
|The Purchasing Cycle|
|Markup and Markdown|
|Concepts Used in Pricing Merchandise|
|Notes and Interest Variables|
|Consumer Credit and Mortgages|
|Annuities, Stocks, & Bonds|
|Straight-Line Depreciation Method|
|Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS)|
|Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median, and Mode|
|Frequency Distributions and Graphs|
|Measures of Dispersion Student Progress Record|
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