Example Business Statistics, Economics, and Finance Lessons

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Example Business Statistics, Economics, and Finance Lessons

Postby Kathy_Bautista » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:07 pm

One of my colleagues has created some sample lessons covering a variety of business statistics, economics, and finance topics. Each includes the NCTM standard which each lesson fulfills.

If you're relatively new to Mathematica, these ready-made example lessons can give you a jumping-off point for using Mathematica in your classes...and give you a sneak peak at what's possible with Mathematica.

More are forthcoming, so stay tuned!


Organizing and Summarizing Data: Tally Sheets

Organizing and Summarizing Data: Cumulative Relative Frequency Charts

Organizing and Summarizing Data: Relative Frequency Charts

Chebyshev's Inequality: Describing Any Set of Data

Discrete Random Variables: Numerical Measures of Probability Experiments

Discrete Data: Calculating Range, Variance, and Standard Deviation

Rules of Probability: Understanding the Concept of Independence

Ratio Analysis: Understanding Business Health Through Liquidity and Leverage Ratio Analysis

Ratio Analysis: Understanding Business Health Through Operational and Profitability Ratios

Ratio Analysis: Understanding Business Health Through Market Value Ratio Analysis

Limits, Alternatives, and Choices: The Economic Perspective

Future Value and Present Value: Using Financial Computing

Markup: The Process of Selling Goods for a Profit
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