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8. What chapters of Math for Business and Life, fourth edition, are covered in your course?
Chapter  1       Whole Numbers and Decimals
Chapter  2       Fractions
Chapter  3       Equations: A Guide to Finding the Unknown
Chapter  4       Percents
Chapter  5       Trade and Cash Discounts
Chapter  6       Markup and Markdown
Chapter  7       Checking Accounts
Chapter  8       Payroll
Chapter  9       Simple and Compound Interest
Chapter 10      Future Value and Present Value: Using Formulas
Chapter 11      Sinking Funds, Annuities, and More: Using Formulas
Chapter 12      Future Value and Present Value: Using Financial Calculators
Chapter 13      Sinking Funds, Annuities, and More: Using Financial Calculators
Chapter 14      Installment Loans and Open-End Credit
Chapter 15      Home Ownership and Mortgage Loans
Chapter 16      Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds
Chapter 17      Additional Applications Using Financial Calculators
Chapter 18      Financial Statements: How to Read and Interpret
Chapter 19      Inventory and Overhead
Chapter 20      Depreciation
Chapter 21      Taxes: Income, Sales, and Property
Chapter 22      Insurance
Chapter 23      Measurements: Real-World Applications
Chapter 24      International Business: Exchange Rates and Metrics
Chapter 25      Statistics: An Introduction

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