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1 NEW RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, VIRGINIA COURSE PLAN Course Number and Title: MTH 141 Business Mathematics I Prepared by: Math Department Fall, 2013 (Date) Approved by: Fall, 2013 (Interim Dean) (Date) I. Course Description Provides instruction, review, and drill in percentage, cash and trade discounts, markup, payroll, sales, property and other taxes, simple and compound interest, bank discounts, loans, investments, and annuities. Prerequisites: Competency in Math Essentials MTE 1-3 as demonstrated through the placement and diagnostic tests, or by satisfactorily completing the required MTE units or equivalent. II. Introduction The course satisfies the mathematics requirement for degree programs in Accounting, Administrative Support Technology, Business Management and related programs. The course is designed to provide the tools for solving mathematical problems in the context of business applications. III. Student Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Solve application problems by interpreting the materials presented, including determining the nature and extent of the information needed, and present the answer in standard English. 2. Estimate and consider answers to mathematical problems in order to determine reasonableness. 3. Correctly calculate sums, differences, products and quotients of whole numbers, fractions and mixed numbers, and decimal numbers without the use of a calculator. 4. Perform basic calculator operations. 5. Solve a formula for any specified variable. 6. Convert decimal numbers and fractions to and from percents. 7. Solve word problems using the basic percentage formula. 8. Calculate percent increase and percent decrease. 9. Use the basic percentage formulas to calculate property taxes, assessment value and fair market value, and tax rates. 10. Identify the component parts of a check, check stub and deposit slip. MTH 141 Fall-13:S/CP:11/20/2013:bjg:1

2 Page Complete the parts of a check register. 12. Reconcile a bank statement with a checkbook. 13. Calculate gross earnings based on salaries, commissions and wages. 14. Calculate overtime earnings for wages, salaries, and commissions. 15. Calculate FICA and Medicare taxes for employees and self-employed individuals. 16. Calculate Federal withholding taxes using the wage bracket and percentage methods. 17. Calculate State withholding taxes. 18. Calculate an employer s Federal Tax Liability. 19. Use the basic percentage formula to calculate trade, chain, quantity and cash discounts, and net cost. 20. Use complements to calculate net cost. 21. Calculate the equivalent single discount for a series discount. 22. Solve cash discount problems using ordinary dating, end-of-month dating, receiptof-goods dating, or extra dating methods. 23. Determine the last date of a discount period. 24. Complete an invoice. 25. Calculate the selling price for an item using the formula for markup based on cost price. 26. Calculate the selling price for an item using the formula for markup based on selling price. 27. Solve markdown problems. 28. Determine the break-even point and the amount of a profit/loss. 29. Use the simple interest formula to solve loan problems. 30. Use the formulas for maturity value and present value for simple interest loans. 31. Use the compound interest formula. 32. Use compound interest tables to calculate interest. 33. Use tables to calculate present value and future value. 34. Use future value and present value to estimate the value of a business. IV. Instructional Methods The primary instructional techniques will be lecture and problem solving. Emphasis will be on the discussion of problems comparable to practice exercises found in the homework assignments. Students will be encouraged to ask and respond to questions from either the instructor or another student. Class activities will include problem sessions, graded exercises and written tests. V. Instructional Materials Textbook: Pearson Custom Business Skills (for New River Community College) Math XL 12-month Access Code (bundled with textbook) ISBN-13: MTH 141 Fall-13:S/CP:11/20/2013:bjg:2

3 Page 3 This textbook is the customized version of: Business Mathematics, Twelfth Edition Authors: Clendenen Saltzman and Miller, 2012 Pearson/Addison Wesley Calculator: Scientific calculator, TI-30X IIS or equivalent. The testing centers on campus provide TI-30X IIS calculators for use on tests. ONLY the testing center issued calculator will be allowed on a test, no exceptions. Paper, pencil, highlighter, and a binder or folder for written work. Ink is not to be used for any graded work. VI. Course Content Basic Arithmetic operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals Percent and applications of the basic percentage formula Bank Statement reconciliation Earnings and payroll calculations Mathematics of buying Mathematics of selling Simple and Compound Interest VII. Evaluation The grade for the course will be calculated from written in-class tests, MathXL assignments, a final exam and other work as deemed appropriate by the instructor. See individual syllabus for details on percentages/points. VIII. Attendance Regular attendance at classes is required. When absence from a class becomes necessary, it is the responsibility of the student to inform the instructor prior to the absence whenever possible. The student is responsible for the subsequent completion of all study missed during an absence. Any instruction missed and not subsequently completed will necessarily affect the grade of the student regardless of the reason for the absence. IX. Cheating Policy The giving or receiving of any help from another student or unauthorized individual on any graded portion of the course is considered cheating and will not be tolerated. The use of books, notes, electronic devices of any other unauthorized material during tests is considered cheating, and will not be tolerated. Any student found cheating will receive a MTH 141 Fall-13:S/CP:11/20/2013:bjg:3

5 Page 5 When a student s absences equal twice the number of weekly meetings of a class (equivalent amount of time for summer session), the student may be dropped for unsatisfactory attendance in the class by the instructor. Since attendance is not a valid measurement for Distance Education (DE) courses, a student may be withdrawn due to non-performance. A student should refer to his/her DE course plan for the instructor s policy. In accordance with the No-Show Policy, a student who has not attended class or requested/accessed distance learning materials by the last day to drop the class and receive a refund must be withdrawn by the instructor during the following week. No refund will be applicable. When an instructor withdraws a student for unsatisfactory attendance (face-to-face class) or non-performance (DE class), the last date of attendance/participation will be documented. Withdrawal must be completed within five days of a student s meeting the withdrawal criteria. A grade of W will be recorded during the first sixty percent (60%) period of a course. A student withdrawn after the sixty percent (60%) period will receive a grade of F or U except under documented mitigating circumstances when a letter of appeal has been submitted by the student. A copy of this documentation must be placed in the student s academic file. The student will be notified of the withdrawal by the Admissions and Records Office. An appeal of reinstatement into the class may be approved only by the instructor. XI. Disability and Diversity Statements If you are a student with a documented disability who will require accommodation in this course, please register with the Disability Services Office located in the Counseling Center for assistance in developing a plan to address your academic needs. The NRCC community values the pluralistic nature of our society. We recognize diversity including, but not limited to, race ethnicity, religion, culture, social class, age, gender, sexual orientation and physical or mental capability. We respect the variety of ideas, experiences and practices that such diversity entails. It is our commitment to ensure equal opportunity and to sustain a climate of civility for all who work or study at NRCC or who otherwise participate in the life of the college. MTH 141 Fall-13:S/CP:11/20/2013:bjg:5

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