Spring 2024 Semester Courses
Consumer Math - Semester I
This is the first semester of an individualized adult high school credit course. Students learn problem solving skills and gain an inside look into their role as consumers in American society. Throughout the course, students use their arithmetic skills to solve a variety of business problems. Topics include money records; gross and average pay; regular and overtime pay; net pay; fringe benefits, and commission; metric measurement; and buying, leasing, and running a home or motor vehicle. At the end of each unit, students will explore technology in two areas: 1) using the template spreadsheets and/or database diskette; and 2) using the Internet. Students taking this course should have basic math competency in fractions, decimals, and percents prior to course entry. Textbook required.
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