On-Line: Math for Business and Finance

Course Number:ZOLNE2G01
Begin Date:2022-06-15
End Date:2022-08-05
Days/Times:null Anytime, Day or Night
Number of Sessions:12
Description:(45 contact hours) In this course, you'll gain math skills you can apply to the business world and to managing personal finances. We'll cover basic math including solving equations involving whole numbers, fractions, percents, and decimals. You'll learn to interpret various charts and graphs used in statistical measurement and how to calculate key statistical functions including mean, mode, median, range, and standard deviation. We'll discuss and evaluate various types of personal investments including checking accounts, life insurance, and mortgages. We'll determine basis, ROI, and effective rates for each investment. You'll learn how to calculate inventory valuations including FIFO, LIFO, Average Cost, and LCM (Lower-of-cost-or-Market), how to calculate inventory turnover rates, and how to determine sale pricing. You'll find out how to compare and contrast the different pay periods and calculate gross pay, commissions, net pay, and federal taxes. Finally, we'll analyze key financial reports. This course includes all required textbooks and access to expert instructors who can be reached by phone or e-mail. Requirements: Microsoft Windows XP or 2000, Microsoft Office 2003 (Student and Teacher Edition, Standard Edition, Small Business Edition, or Professional Edition are all acceptable), Internet access, e-mail, the Macromedia Flash Player, the Macromedia Shockwave Player, Apple QuickTime, and the Internet Explorer, Netscape, or Firefox Web browser.
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