2. Principles of Simple Interest - advanced problems
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2. Principles of Simple Interest - advanced problems

Equivalent Values, Declining Balance, Promissory Notes and T-Bills
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Created by Helen Dakin
Last updated 1/2014
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • you will put into practice the simple interest formulas
  • you will appreciate the value of a good time diagram as an aid to solving mathematics of finance problems
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Requirements
  • successful completion of the first course: introduction to simple interest: https://www.udemy.com/principles-of-simple-interest/
  • a calculator and some common sense
Description

This course is a follow-up to the first course on Simple Interest:

https://www.udemy.com/principles-of-simple-interest/

The first course which is a prerequisite to this one, is free, so make sure that you have gone through that material before you sign up for this one as I will assume prior knowledge.

You will be provided with a series of workbooks which outline the financial problems that will be solved through the lectures.

You will learn about equivalent values, how to use declining balance method, promissory notes and T-Bills.

Who is the target audience?
  • students who are studying mathematics of finance with business applications
  • students who need a refresher on these topics or those who need some tutorial sessions
  • students who are preparing for an upcoming test or exam on these topics
  • students who need some tutorial assistance on these topics and do not have immediate access to a tutor. The cost of this course is far less than the cost of a tutor for the same length of time.
  • students who wish full detailed step by step instructions.
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About the Instructor
Helen Dakin
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Learning & Development (L&D)

Hi. I hold a 4 year Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo and a B Ed (Honours) from the University of Western Ontario. While I have been trained as a high school mathematics educator, I have had the pleasure of teaching mathematics at the post secondary level for four community colleges in southern Ontario. When I am not teaching, I like to fool around with my camera, muck about in my garden, read a good book and sail around in my boat. Not necessarily in that order. Browse through all of my Udemy courses on Mathematics of Finance.