The Mathematics of Money: Math for Business and Personal Finance Decisions / Edition 1

The Mathematics of Money: Math for Business and Personal Finance Decisions / Edition 1

by Timothy Biehler
     
 

The Mathematics of Money: Math for Business and Personal Finance covers all the traditional topics of the business math course, but with a more algebraic focus than many of the texts currently on the market. The text develops a solid understanding of percent and interest early, then applies that foundation to other applications in business and personal finance.

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Overview

The Mathematics of Money: Math for Business and Personal Finance covers all the traditional topics of the business math course, but with a more algebraic focus than many of the texts currently on the market. The text develops a solid understanding of percent and interest early, then applies that foundation to other applications in business and personal finance. While it is appropriate for students of all levels, the book takes the approach that even if students are coming into the class with only high school math, neither they nor the instructor need to be afraid of algebra; it takes care to clearly present and reinforce the formulas given and to consistently return to them and apply the material to contexts that are relevant to the students.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780073524825
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date:
06/22/2007
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
688
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.09(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: Core Mathematical Tools Chapter 1: Simple Interest Chapter 2: Simple Discount Chapter 3: Compound Interest Chapter 4: Annuities Chapter 5: Spreadsheets Part 2: Specific Applications Chapter 6: Investments Chapter 7: Retirement Plans Chapter 8: Mathematics of Pricing Chapter 9: Taxes Chapter 10: Consumer Finance Chapter 11: International Finance Chapter 12: Financial Statements Chapter 13: Insurance and Risk Management Chapter 14: Payroll and Inventory Chapter 15: Evaluating Projected Cash Flows Chapter 16: Business Statistics

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