Business Mathematics in Canada, Eight Edition
Excel Workbook for:
Exercise 4.1: Trade Discounts
The three templates in this workbook can help you solve virtually every problem in Exercise 4.1.
Each one of these problems requires you to determine a net pri
Business Mathematics: Break-Even Analysis worksheet
1. For each of the following, perform a break-even analysis showing:
- algebraic statements of the revenue function and the cost function
- a detailed break-even graph
- computation of the break-even poi
Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
Introduction to Excel Functions
Excel provides many special-purpose functions. Each function represents a built-in
ready-to-use formula that will perform a specialized calculation on your worksheet data.
You
MANIPULATION OF FORMULAS
INSTRUCTIONS: In each formula, solve for the indicated variables. Show all steps.
FORMULA
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
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A P I
A P PRT
SOLVE FOR
P, R, T
P, I
P, R, T
C, M
C, E, P
S C M
S C E P
M
S
M
Rc
C
9
F C 32
5
5
C F 32
9
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Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
Excel Workbook for:
Exercise 5.4: CVP Analysis
All five templates in this workbook are based on the net income formula:
NI = (S - VC) X - FC
If you know any four of the five variables, select the tab labelled
Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
Excel Workbook for:
Example 6.1D
There are four variables in the simple interest formula, I=Prt. We want to create a
single template that will enable us to calculate any one of the four variables if we first
Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
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Exercise 6.2: Determining the Time Period (Term)
A Note on Date Formats
If you just enter "October 15, 2011" (without the quotes) in an unformatted cell, Excel will display
the date as 15-
Appendix 9C
APPENDIX 9C:
9C-1
ANNUALIZED RATES OF RETURN AND GROWTH
Suppose that Investment A provided a total return of 3.1% during a four-month holding period,
and Investment Bs total return over a seven-month period was 5.25%. Although B produced
the l
Summary of Key Formulas
APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRA
Portion
Rate = _
Base
(1-1)
Sum of (Weighting factor Value)
Weighted average = _
Sum of weighting factors
Vf - Vi
c = _ 100%
(2-1)
Vi
or value on the selected date Base value
_
Index number = Price
Price or
1.
Rules of Exponents
Operations on exponents having the same base or an exponent with an integer base.
Rule no. 1: The product of exponents with the same base is the same base, raised to sum of the powers.
Example: 32x33=32+3=35
Rule no. 2: Dividing two
Chapter 4 | Mathematics of Merchandising
4.3
4.3S-1
SUPPLEMENT: DIAGRAM MODEL FOR MARKUP
PROBLEMS
The accompanying diagram is a useful aid for setting up and solving markup problems.
Figure 4.5 is a pictorial representation of the relationships between Se
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Electrochemistry
2
Electrochemical Cells
Electrochemistry: The area of chemistry concerned with the
interconversion of chemical and electr
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Energy in Chemical Reactions
2
Energy in A Substance
Thermal energy
1
Kinetic energy of moving particles Ek mv2
2
Measured by finding th
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Organic Chemistry
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Introduction
Organic Chemistry, originally, was a term used to mean the
study of compounds from living organisms, whil
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Electrochemistry
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Electrochemical Cells
Electrochemistry: The area of chemistry concerned with the
interconversion of chemical and electr
CentroidandCenterof
Gravity
Objectives:
1. Locatethecentroidsofsimpleareas;
2. Locatethecentroidofcompositeareabybreakingit
downintoseveralsimpleareas;
3. Locatethecentroidoflinesusingamethodsimilarto
the one used for determining the centroid of a
composi
Chapter 14
Work, Energy and Power
1
Units of Chapter 14
Calculate the work done by a constant force
Calculate the work of a variable force such
as a spring force
Apply the conservation of energy principles
to linear, angular, and plane motion
Calculat
Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
Introduction to Excel Functions
Excel possesses many special-purpose functions. A function represents a built-in
ready-to-use formula that will perform a specialized calculation on your worksheet data.
You do
Business Mathematics in Canada, Eighth Edition
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Exercise 6.3: Maturity Value (Future Value) of a Loan or Investment
After you program the four templates (one on each worksheet), you can use them to help solve
the problems in Exercise 6.
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Exercise 8.5: Other Applications of Compounding
The template in this workbook is intended for calculating an investment's (compounded)
future value where the periodic rate of interest can
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Present tense, only. (is/are)
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One of students is helping me at the school.
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