This application manual uses Excel to connect typical business mathematics topics to real-world applications--yet, mastery of Excel is not needed! Excel templates are supplied for a series of business math topics typically covered in an introductory business mathematics course. Each template is accompanied by a brief review of the math concepts dealt with in the exercises. The projects are designed to help students understand the mathematics of the topic and, at the same time, discover the power of the spreadsheet as applied in business.If you have not already done so, reset the information using the sample screen at the beginning of this project. 1. ... Leave all of the discount rates the same as they were for Question 3 above and change the quantity ordered to 5 of each item.
|Title||:||Business Math Excel Applications|
|Author||:||Edward Laughbaum, Ken Seidel|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004-07-01|