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The ninth edition of Business Mathematics has been extensively revised to maximize student interest in each chapter of the text. More than ever, real-life examples from today's business world have been incorporated; new examples from actual companies and the people who run them are woven throughout the book to serve as applications of the concepts presented. The globalization of our society is emphasized through examples and exercises that highlight foreign countries and international topics. Providing solid, practical, and up-to-date coverage of business mathematics topics, this text begins with a brief review of basic mathematics and goes on to introduce key business topics, such as bank services, payroll, business discounts and markups, simple and compound interest, stocks and bonds, consumer loans, taxes and insurance, depreciation, financial statements, and business statistics.
Table of Contents
|Whole Numbers and Decimals|
|Basics of Decimals|
|Addition and Subtraction of Decimals|
|Multiplication and Division of Decimals|
|Basics of Fractions|
|Addition and Subtraction of Fractions|
|Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers|
|Multiplication and Division of Fractions|
|Converting Decimals to Fractions and Fractions to Decimals|
|Writing Decimals and Fractions as Percents|
|Increase and Decrease Problems|
|Checking Accounts and Check Registers|
|Checking Services and Credit-Card Transactions|
|Gross Earnings: Wages and Salaries|
|Gross Earnings: Piecework and Commissions|
|Social Security, Medicare, and Other Taxes|
|Income Tax Withholding|
|Mathematics of Buying|
|Invoices and Trade Discounts|
|Single Discount Equivalents|
|Cash Discounts: Ordinary Dating Method|
|Cash Discounts: Other Dating Methods|
|Mathematics of Selling|
|Markup on Cost|
|Markup on Selling Price|
|Turnover and Valuation of Inventory|
|Basics of Simple Interest|
|Finding Principle, Rate, and Time|
|Simple Discount Notes|
|Discounting a Note Before Maturity|
|Interest Bearing Bank Accounts and Inflation|
|Annuities, Stocks, and Bonds|
|Annuities and Retirement Accounts|
|Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity|
|Sinking Funds (Finding Annuity Payments)|
|Business and Consumer Loans|
|Open-End Credit and Charge Cards|
|Early Payoffs of Loans|
|Personal Property Loans|
|Real Estate Loans|
|Taxes and Insurance|
|Personal Income Tax|
|Depreciation: Straight-Line Method|
|Depreciation: Declining-Balance Method|
|Depreciation: Sum-of-the-Years' -Digits Method|
|Depreciation: Units-of-Production Method|
|Depreciation: Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System|
|Financial Statements and Ratios|
|The Income Statement|
|Analyzing the Income Statement|
|The Balance Sheet|
|Analyzing the Balance Sheet|
|Frequency Distributions and Graphs|
|Mean, Median, and Mode|
|Equations and Formula Review|
|Business Applications of Equations|
|Ratio and Proportion|
|Answers to Selected Exercises|
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