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View Resource ME:TAL - Mathematics for Economics: Enhancing Teaching and Learning

Working at the University of Nottingham, Dr. Rebecca Taylor and her colleagues have created this very fine set of resources designed to assist teachers who seek to utilize mathematics in the service of teaching economics. Visitors can learn more about their work in the "About the Team" section, and they can also view a summary of the project's work so far. The real heart of the site is contained...

View Resource Math in Daily Life

This website, sponsored by Learner.org, illustrates how math is relevant to everyday life. The complex theories taught in classes have very real ramifications in the daily chores of cooking, consuming, decorating, and finances, among other activities, including gaming odds. Each subject on this page is thoroughly explained using both the daily and theoretical contexts. More information on each...

View Resource Earning Money and Spending It Wisely

A unit designed to improve students' understanding of basic arithmetic skills needed by workers and consumers, beginning by describing the relation between the structure of the American family and the structure of the American work force, and proceeding to methods of computing wages earned by workers; shopping wisely in the supermarket; and taking advantage of discounts when goods are on sale....

View Resource Amortization Payment Calculator

A mortgage calculator for calculating the total cost of a loan, including monthly payments and amortization. Complete breakdown of payments month by month, with great detail.

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