## Course title

Financial Math A-B

Algebra 2

## Course description

The A Portion of this course focuses on the applications of mathematics in both personal and business settings. This course contains 15 major topics encompassing many aspects of financial math: personal financial planning; income; budgeting and wise spending; banking; paying taxes; the importance of insurance; long-term investing; buying a house; consumer loans; consumer credit; consumer debt; economic principles; traveling abroad;

starting a business; and analyzing business data. Students apply various math skills such as

percents; proportions; probability; data analysis; linear systems; exponential functions and formulas to real life situations. A unique feature of this course is that each lesson is centered on the mathematical skills used in the world of personal finance. Students participate in interactive activities and use inquiry to explore scenarios that are relevant to their lives

Financial Math A

Unit 1: Personal Financial Planning

Unit 2: Income

Unit 3: Budgeting and Wise Spending

Unit 4: Banking

Unit 5: Paying Taxes

Unit 6: The Importance of InsuranceUnit 7: Long-Term Investing

The B Portion of this course focuses on the applications of mathematics in both personal and business settings. This course contains 15 major topics encompassing many aspects of financial math: personal financial planning; income; budgeting and wise spending; banking; paying taxes; the importance of insurance; long-term investing; buying a house; consumer loans; consumer credit; consumer debt; economic principles; traveling abroad;

starting a business; and analyzing business data. Students apply various math skills such as

percents; proportions; probability; data analysis; linear systems; exponential functions and formulas to real life situations. A unique feature of this course is that each lesson is centered on the mathematical skills used in the world of personal finance. Students participate in interactive activities and use inquiry to explore scenarios that are relevant to their lives

Financial Math B

Unit 2: Consumer Loans

Unit 3: Consumer Credit

Unit 4: Consumer Debt

Unit 5: Economic Principles

United States

Arizona

Glendale

N/A

N/A

Math

Yes

## Deferred Reason

In order to determine applicability more details of math concepts taught is needed.

No