Business Mathematics

Grade: 10-12
Credits: 1

This course will review basic mathematical skills that are needed for common practical problems that students may encounter in the business world. Topics studied include: financial record-keeping; unit cost comparisons; types of wage payments—deductions and benefits; taxes—personal, property, social security, and Medicare; personal loans; personal saving and investing options; insurance—auto, life, property, health, and disability; household and travel expenses; and an introduction to establishing a small business.


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