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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Basic Business Math: Using Whole Numbers and Decimals $74.95
Basic Business Math: Percentages and Ratios $74.95
Basic Business Math: Averages and Equations $74.95
Basic Business Math: Charts and Graphs $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80


Basic Business Math: Using Whole Numbers and Decimals

An understanding of basic mathematical principles is important for any businessperson. Math skills enable you to figure out resource requirements, estimate costs, work out average time spent on different activities, and calculate commission earnings. The ability to analyze and comprehend numbers is a vital skill for personal, as well as corporate, growth and success. This course builds on the basic math skills that you learned in your school years, showing you how to apply those skills to some common business situations. And it helps you to confidently use whole numbers and decimals in business through a series of real-life problems and examples.
  • estimate using rounded whole numbers in a given scenario
  • identify the characteristics of whole numbers
  • identify which fractional amount is the largest when comparing a simple fraction, a percentage, and a ratio
  • put fractional amounts in order from smallest to greatest
  • add and subtract decimals to solve business problems
  • multiply and divide decimals to solve business problems

Basic Business Math: Percentages and Ratios

An understanding of basic mathematical principles is important for any business person. They enable you to figure out resource requirements, estimate costs, work out average time spent on different activities, or calculate commission earnings. Percentages and ratios are a means of highlighting many relationships in business, not least of which are financial. The ability to calculate work with percentages and ratios is an essential skill for anyone working today. This course builds on the basic math skills that you learned in your school years, showing you how to apply those skills to some common business situations. And it helps you to confidently use percentages and ratios in business through a series of real-life problems and examples.
  • calculate a percentage in a business scenario
  • calculate percentage increase in a given scenario
  • calculate percentage decrease in a given scenario
  • solve rate problems in a given business scenario
  • identify how ratios are used in business
  • match business ratios to the context in which they are used in business

Basic Business Math: Averages and Equations

Basic math skills are practical in any business situation, whether it be calculating average call turnaround times in a call center or using equations to find the stock of inventory and the items that have been sold in a retail store. Because math skills are valuable in so many business situations, refreshing your skills can demonstrate your mathematical competence and business savvy. This course builds on the basic math that you learned in your school years, showing you how to apply those skills to some common business situations. It helps you to confidently calculate weighted and moving averages, as well as using equations in business through a series of real-life problems and examples.
  • recognize how to calculate weighted averages
  • recognize how a knowledge of averages benefits you in business
  • determine a moving average in a given business problem
  • use equations in a basic business context

Basic Business Math: Charts and Graphs

Basic math skills are practical in any business situation. Often, numbers can be portrayed in graphical form, giving the reader clear and concise information at a glance. Being able to read and select the right types of charts and graphs in a basic business environment is invaluable. This course builds on the basic math skills that you learned during your school years, showing you how to apply those skills to some common business situations. It helps you to understand how numerical data is represented in charts and graphs. And it shows you how to choose the right type of graph for a particular business situation, and apply good practice when using graphs and charts.
  • read and interpret pie charts, bar graphs, and line graphs in a given scenario
  • recognize if a chart or graph reflects good design practices
  • select the appropriate type of graph to represent a given set of data
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Basic Business Math e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252535
  • Duration:
    4 hours
  • Price:
    $169