Barron's E-Z Business Mathematics

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Barron's Educational Series, 2009 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
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This self-teaching manual reviews arithmetic skills as they apply to business records and functions. Topics reviewed include fractions, decimals, calculating percentages, the fundamentals of statistics and business graphics, measurements in the English and metric systems, and applications of mathematics to banking, investing, loans, and setting up a business. Barron's continues its ongoing project of updating, improving, and giving handsome new designs to its popular list of Easy Way titles, now re-named Barron's E-Z Series. The new cover designs reflect the books' brand-new page layouts, which feature extensive two-color treatment, a fresh, modern typeface, and more graphic material than ever. Charts, graphs, diagrams, instructive line illustrations, and where appropriate, amusing cartoons help to make learning E-Z. Barron's E-Z books are self-teaching manuals focused to improve students' grades across a wide array of academic and practical subjects. For most subjects, the skill level ranges between senior high school and college-101 standards. In addition to their self-teaching value, these books are also widely used as textbooks or textbook supplements in classroom settings. E-Z books review their subjects in detail, using both short quizzes and longer tests to help students gauge their learning progress. All exercises and tests come with answers. Subject heads and key phrases are set in a second color as an easy reference aid.
 

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Contents

Fundamental Arithmetic
3
Decimals Percents Ratios
71
Statistics Charts and Graphs
93
MeasurementEnglish U
119
Banking and Investments
139
Home Car and Insurance
189
The Mathematics of Retailing
211
The Mathematics of Purchasing
225
The Mathematics
247
Basic Bookkeeping
263
Answers to Exercises
291
Index
327
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