Business Mathematics

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Addison-Wesley, 2000 - Business & Economics - 646 pages
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Key Benefit: 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. Key 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.

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Contents

Whole INuivibERs ancI DecjmaLs
1
The Retailer Invoices Trade
10
Business on the Internet
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Copyright

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Salzman is affiliated with the American River College.

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