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MA01479 - Consumer Mathematics 02157

Course Description
When you buy goods and services, you are acting as a consumer. For example, you might buy a sandwich for lunch or pay a hair stylist for a haircut. Consumer Mathematics is designed to teach you about real-life financial situations that require everyday math skills. As a consumer, you will be earning, spending, and saving money. This course will help you make educated and responsible decisions regarding your finances. In this course, you will learn practical applications of math. You will learn how to plan a budget, manage bank accounts, and figure the cost of a good or service. You will also learn about taxes, payroll deductions, and how to invest and borrow money. This course will help you make informed decisions about buying or renting a home or car and teach you how to protect your purchases and investments with insurance. Finally, you will study economics, or the science of the creation, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. You’ll see how economics affects you as an individual and how it affects the country as a whole.

Course will be offered August 15, 2020-July 15, 2021
Registration Contact:
Connie Godfrey

Course Code
Content Area
Black Hills Online Learning Community
Jonette Burns
Course Materials
Electronic - Computer and Internet access. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point or equivalent. All materials provided within the course
Appropriate Grade Levels
9, 10, 11, 12
When Offered
1 Semester (fall) or (spring)
Registration Contact
Name: Connie Godfrey
Phone: (605) 721-4506
Registration Period
Registration for this course is ongoing.