Communicating with Numbers My. Math. Lab Access Card with Guided Worksheets - - Access Card Package. Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers, by Eric Gaze, is more than a simple math course; it develops well- rounded students who can think critically, while showcasing how we use numbers to communicate in everyday life. Today’s students need to be numerically literate to thrive in our increasingly technological society, and this program teaches students the math needed to develop the critical thinking skills required to make good decisions and become informed citizens. Thinking Quantitatively is intended for use in a credit- bearing quantitative reasoning or liberal arts math course for non- STEM students.
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Standards: Math Content: Number and Operations. Thinking about numbers using frames of 10 can be a helpful way to learn basic number facts. Overview of Systems Thinking Daniel Aronson ystems thinking has its foundation in the field of system dynamics, founded in 1956 by MIT professor Jay Forrester.
Thinking Quantitatively enriches the learning experience by providing students with the tools to process the quantitative data that is pervasive in their everyday lives. NOTE: Before purchasing, check with your instructor to ensure you select the correct ISBN.
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Check with the seller before completing your purchase. Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers MML Access Card with Guided Worksheets Package consists of: 0. Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers MML Access Code Card 0. Guided Worksheets for Thinking Quantitatively: Communicating with Numbers. An Excel- lent Approach to Relationships. Functions. 1. 2 Analytic Representations: Equations.
Numerical and Graphical Representations: Tables and Charts. Spotlight on Statistics. Ratios and Proportions 2. Ratios and Proportions. Weighted Averages.
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Proportionality. 2. Financial Literacy. Spotlight on Statistics. Units, Conversions, Scales, and Rates. Units and Conversions.
Scales. 3. 3 Rates. Dosages and Concentrations. Spotlight on Statistics.
Percentages. 4. 1 Percentages. Part- to- Whole Ratios.
Percent Change and Difference. Data Tables with Percentages. Spotlight on Statistics.
Linear Functions 5. Proportionality. 5. Slopes and y- intercepts. Linear Equations. Spotlight on Statistics.
Exponential Functions. Constant Percent Change.
Exponential Functions. Average Percent Change. Spotlight on Statistics. Logical Arithmetic.
Logarithms. 7. 2 Doubling Times and Half- Lives. Annual Percentage Yield. Continuous Growth and Euler’s Number: e 7.
Spotlight on Statistics. Curve Fitting and Correlation. Correlation, Causation, and Confounding Factors. Best- Fit, Least- Squares, and Regression Lines. Correlation Coefficient and Coefficient of Linear Determination. Spotlight on Statistics. Financial Health.
Retirement. 9. 2 Securities: Cash, Stocks, Mutual Funds, and Bonds. Plans. 9. 4 Built- in Financial Functions. Loans. 10. Logically! Logical Statements. Excel’s IF Function.
VLOOKUP1. 0. 4 Random Simulations. Appendix: Spreadsheet Basics A. Introduction to Spreadsheets. A. 2 Built- in Functions.