Algebra and trigonometry, a skills approach

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The student is expected to: (A) use rates and linear functions to solve problems involving personal finance and budgeting, including compensations and deductions; (B) solve problems involving personal taxes; and (C) analyze data to make decisions about banking, including options for online banking, checking accounts, overdraft protection, processing fees, and debit card/ATM fees. (3) Mathematical modeling in personal finance. Like one over squareroot of two, squareroot of three and the others.

Pages: 4

Publisher: Allyn and Bacon (1980)

ISBN: 0205069177

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