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1 Math 101 Business Math Fall 2011 Instructor's Name: Office Location: Office Hours: Office Phone: Course Description A review of basic arithmetic, decimals, percentages and applications, together with a study of topics such as simple and compound interest, discounting notes, installment buying, and purchase discounts and markups. Designed for those in the business curriculum. Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) number: N/A Credit and Contact Hours: Lecture 3 Lab 0 Credit Hours 3 Prerequisites: Satisfactory placement test score or "C" or better in MATH 090 or MATH 091 or equivalent. Not intended for transfer. Books, Supplies, and Supplementary Materials A. Textbooks Required: Pearson Custom Business Skills w/mml,1 st Ed., 2010; Miller, Salzman, Clendenen Publisher: Prentice-Hall Joliet Junior College Math 101 Course Syllabus Page 1

2 B. Other Required Materials Scientific calculator Methods of Instruction: Lecture Online Student Learning Outcomes: General Education Student Learning Outcomes: Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Identify proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers. 2. Learn to convert among the forms stated in one. 3. Learn to add fractions (same denominator and different denominators). 4. Find least common denominator by inspection and the prime factor form. 5. Learn to multiply and divide fractions (proper, improper, and mixed). 6. Dissect and solve a word problem. 7. Learn to convert between verbal and decimal forms of number. 8. Learn to round decimals. 9. Learn to complete the conversion of decimal fractions and mixed decimals to fractions. 10. Learn shortcuts in multiplication and division of decimals. 11. Dissect and solve a word problem. 12. Define and state the purpose of signature cards, checks, check stubs, and deposit tickets. 13. Be able to prepare deposit tickets and write checks. 14. Compare and contrast blank, full, and restrictive endorsements. 15. State purpose of bank statement. 16. Be able to prepare bank reconciliation. 17. Explain elective funds transfer and check safekeeping. 18. Learn how a merchant completes a credit card transaction for manual and electronic deposit. 19. Learn conversions among equivalent forms of decimals, fractions, and percents (i.e., 30% =.3=3/10). 20. List and define key elements in the formula Portion = Base x Rate. 21. Solve the percent formula given any two out of three unknowns. 22. Calculate rate of percent increases and decreases. Joliet Junior College Math 101 Course Syllabus Page 2

3 23. Define and explain need for trade discounts. 24. Calculate amount of trade discount with single discount and with chain discount. 25. Define and use net price equivalent rate. 26. Compare and contrast cash discounts and trade discounts. 27. Explain FOB shipping point and FOB destination. 28. Be familiar with typical discount periods and credit periods. 29. Calculate dollar amounts of markup and percent markup a) on cost, b) on selling price. 30. Solve for selling price given cost and markup is based a) on cost, b) on selling price. 31. Solve for cost when selling price and desired level of markup a) on cost is known, b) on selling price is known. 32. Convert markup percent on selling price to markup percent on cost. 33. Convert by formula markup percent of cost to markup percent of selling price. 34. Calculate amount of markdown. 35. Set a selling price per unit to cover loss from spoilage. 36. Define principal, rate, time and interest. 37. Calculate simple interests for months and years. 38. Calculate interest by: a) Exact time, exact interest, b) Exact time, ordinary interest. 39. Explain the advantage of borrowing to get a cash discount. 40. Calculate ordinary interest by the 6%, 60-day method or its variations. 41. Calculate an unknown in the simple interest formula: I=PRT. 42. Calculate the interest credit under the U.S. Rule and Merchant s Rule. 43. Identify parts of a promissory note. 44. Differentiate between interest-bearing notes and noninterest-bearing notes. 45. Calculate bank discount and proceeds for simple discount notes. 46. Contrast the simple discount note and the simple interest note. 47. Calculate true rate of interest for a simple discount note. 48. Calculate maturity value, bank discount, and proceeds on an interest-bearing note for maturity. 49. Identify and complete the four steps of the discounting process. 50. Compare and contrast compound and simple interest. 51. Calculate compound interest manually and by tables. 52. Compute effective rate. 53. Calculate manually and by tables the value of ordinary annuity. 54. Calculate manually and by tables the value of an annuity rate. 55. For the purchase of a pickup truck, calculate amount financed, total interest deferred payment, APR (by formula and table), and the monthly payments. 56. Calculate rebate by Rule of 78 as well as final payoffs. Joliet Junior College Math 101 Course Syllabus Page 3

5 3 & 4 Percents and bank services 5 & 6 Mathematics of buying 7 & 8 Mathematics of selling 9 Simple interest 10 Compound interest 11 & 12 Annuities 13 Stocks and bonds 14 & 15 Business and consumer loans 16 Taxes and insurance Chapters 1-11 Pearson Custom Business Skills Graded Assignments and Policies Graded Assignments Grading Policy The individual instructor will determine which items he or she considers essential for the student to memorize without error and test accordingly. Each instructor will set minimum standards for performance on tests. Major Tests and Quizzes The individual instructor will determine which items he or she considers essential for the student to memorize without error and test accordingly. Each instructor will set minimum standards for performance on tests. A comprehensive final examination will be given. Classroom Policies and Procedures General Information Attendance Policy Joliet Junior College Math 101 Course Syllabus Page 5

7 Prepared by: Reviewed by: Prof. Jean McArthur Prof. Jean McArthur Department Chair Date Revised 05/11 Revised 08/09 Revised 11/02 Revised 11/98 Revised 06/98 Revised 08/96 Revised 10/93 Revised 02/92 Revised 11/91 Joliet Junior College Math 101 Course Syllabus Page 7

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