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Title and Men u © 2010 by The Arizona Board of Regents for The University of Arizona. All rights reserved. C I Student Projects Calculus for Business Decisions Release 2.1, 2010 shed and Distributed by The Mathematical Association of Ame Modeling The Business world Written Report Teams And Projects Homework Preliminary Report Study Plan Studying The Tools Working With Your Team Final Oral Report Student Projects 1 Avoiding Computer Problems Student Projects 2 Calculus & Optimization
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Modeling the Business World ( material ends) Student Projects. Modeling The Business World Menu I C MODELING THE BUSINESS WORLD IN THE CLASSROOM The content and use of spreadsheet technology in Calculus for Business Decisions are designed to mirror the actual workplace environment that students will encounter in their business careers. It is also very important that course structure and classroom activities model current business practices. In particular, to whatever extent is possible, students should prepare for the ubiquitous use of teams for reaching business decisions. The remaining parts of this file outline a plan for managing student teams with separate projects and reports. This plan has worked very well for thousands of students in a wide range of institutions. To the teacher : You must be guided by the resources, facilities, and policies of your school, as well as your own teaching experience. However, it is strongly urged that you employ as many features of the team plan as possible. To the student : Your instructor will establish the course policies. If student teams or individual projects are used, the following material will be very helpful in your work.
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Teams & Projects TEAMS AND PROJECTS Each project will be introduced with a standard Class Project , which will be studied and solved as mathematical and computer tools are developed. During the first week of classes, small groups of students will be formed to work on Team Projects which are very similar to the Class Project . When a project is first introduced to the class, each team will be told how to obtain the details of its particular project. This information may be in the form of an Excel file, material to be downloaded from the Internet , or data which is supplied by the instructor. Class Project Student Projects Teams Formed Preliminary Reports Solution Oral Reports Written Reports Tools and Homework Project Introduction Student Projects. Teams & Projects (material continues) Menu I C
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Teams & Projects (material ends) Immediately after projects are introduced, teams give preliminary oral reports . The class then develops and studies both mathematical and computer tools that will lead to sound business decisions, and will assist in project solutions.
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