Business Math 16E provides comprehensive coverage of personal and business-related mathematics. In addition to reviewing the basic operations of arithmetic, students are prepared to understand and manage their personal finances, as well as grasp the fundamentals of business finances. Basic math skills are covered in a step-by-step manner, building confidence in users before they try it alone. Spreadsheet applications are available on the Data CD and a simulation activity begins every chapter. Chapters are organized into short lessons for ease of instruction and ease of learning.
Dr. Robert A. Schultheis has been a high school teacher, a university teacher educator, and a univeristy management information systems faculty member specializing in networking. He is the coauthor of textbooks in both high school business education and college-level information systems. He has retired from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville but continues to write, consult organizations on information system matters, and maintain web sites for organizations. Raymond M. Kaczmarski has been involved with business education throughout his career as a high school teacher, a district-wide curriculum administrator, and a university teacher-educator. Although he has retired from the Detroit Public Schools, his interest in education continues through his writing, working with student vocational organizations, and consulting on career-technical education issues.