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MTH 025 - Basic Mathematics Applications |
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Associated Term:
Spring 2024
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Use basic math for applications pertaining to personal finance: calculating sales tax, tips, percent increase and decrease; mental addition of fractions; calculating budgets, mortgages, charge options; computing simple and compound interest and annuities using formulas; using computer software to graph budgets 2. Use basic math for applications pertaining to personal health: analyzing food labels, using formulas with health issues, use the Internet to locate data for health issues, reading line and bar graphs for data 3. Use basic math for applications pertaining to business finance: computing percents of percents, computing employee payroll taxes, calculating percents with markups, reading tables and graphs for data, computing mean and median 4. Use basic math for applications pertaining to an industrial business such as a culinary arts business, converting measurements, computing percent yields on supplies 5. Use basic math for applications pertaining to measurements, use of metrics, cost of residential electricity, converting square units, computing areas Required Materials: Technical Requirements: |

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