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KEY BENEFIT:Business Mathematics, Eleventh Editionmaximizes interest by presenting the necessary mathematics through real-world applications. New examples from real companies and the people who run them are woven throughout the book to apply the concepts to real practices. Many new photographs, news clippings, and graphs have been added to increase the relevance of chapter content to the world of business. The globalization of our society is emphasized through examples and exercises that highlight foreign countries and international topics. KEY TOPICS: Whole Numbers and Decimals; Fractions; Percent; Bank Services; Payroll; Mathematics of Buying; Mathematics of Selling; Simple Interest; Compound Interest; Annuities, Stocks, and Bonds; Business and Consumer Loans; Taxes and Insurance; Depreciation; Financial Statements and Ratios; Business Statistics. MARKET: For all readers interested in business mathematics.
Table of Contents
|Introduction for Students|
|Pretest in Business Mathematics|
|Index of Applications|
|Whole Numbers and Decimals|
|Basics of Decimals|
|Addition and Subtraction of Decimals|
|Multiplication and Division of Decimals|
|Case Study: Subway|
|Summary Exercise: The Toll of Wedding Bells|
|Basics of Fractions|
|Case Study: Home Depot|
|Addition and Subtraction of Fractions|
|Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers|
|Multiplication and Division of Fractions|
|Converting Decimals to Fractions and Fractions to Decimals|
|Summary Exercise: Using Fractions with Statistics|
|Writing Decimals and Fractions as Percents|
|Supplementary Application Exercises on Base and Part|
|Supplementary Application Exercises on Base, Rate, and Part|
|Increase and Decrease Problems|
|Case Study: Century 21|
|Summary Exercise: Investment Gains and Losses|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 13|
|Checking Accounts and Check Registers|
|Case Study: Jackson and Perkins|
|Checking Services and Credit-Card Transactions|
|Bank Statement Reconciliation|
|Summary Exercise: The Banking Activities of a Retailer|
|Gross Earnings: Wages and Salaries|
|Gross Earnings: Piecework and Commissions|
|Social Security, Medicare, and Other Taxes|
|Income Tax Withholding|
|Case Study: Social Security Administration|
|Summary Exercise: Payroll: Finding Your Take-Home Pay|
|Mathematics of Buying|
|Invoices and Trade Discounts|
|Series Discounts and Single Discount Equivalents|
|Cash Discounts: Ordinary Dating Method|
|Case Study: George Foreman|
|Cash Discounts: Other Dating Methods|
|Summary Exercise: The Retailer: Invoices,Trade Discounts, and Cash Discounts|
|Mathematics of Selling|
|Markup on Cost|
|Markup on Selling Price|
|Supplementary Application Exercises on Markup|
|Turnover and Valuation of Inventory|
|Summary Exercise: Markdown: Reducing Prices to Move Merchandise|
|Case Study: REI|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 4|
|Basics of Simple Interest|
|Finding Principal, Rate, and Time|
|Simple Discount Notes|
|Discounting a Note Before Maturity|
|Case Study: General Motors|
|Supplementary Application Exercises on Simple Interest and Simple Discount|
|Summary Exercise: Banking in a Global World:How Do Large Banks Make Money?|
|Interest-Bearing Bank Accounts and Inflation|
|Case Study: Bank of America|
|Present Value and Future Value|
|Summary Exercise: Valuing a Chain of McDonald's Restaurants|
|Cumulative Review: Chapters 8 and 9|
|Annuities, Stocks, an<$$$>|
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