K TO 12 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ABM STRAND - Business Mathematics Gr. 11

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Published on 2020 February 7th

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Curriculum Guide of K to 12 Senior High School - Business Mathematics
Objective

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 11
Fundamental Operations on: Fractions Decimals Percentage Ratio & Proportion Buying and Selling Salaries and Wages Presentation and Analysis of Business Dat
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Perform fundamental operations on fractions and decimals Express fractions to decimals and percent forms and vice versa Illustrate how decimals and fractions can be written in terms of percent Give real-life situations to illustrate fractions, decimals, and percent Solve problems involving fractions,decimals, and percent Compare and differentiate ratio and rate Write proportions illustrating real-life situations Identify the different kinds of proportion and give examples for each Differentiate mark-on, mark down and mark-up Illustrate how mark-on, mark-down, and mark-up are obtained Differentiate mark-up from margins Describe how gross margins is used in sales Illustrate how to compute single trade discounts and discount series Differentiate profit from loss Illustrate how profit is obtained and how to avoid loss in a given transaction Define break-even; illustrate how to determine break-even point Solve problems involving buying and selling products Illustrate how interest is computed specifically as applied to mortgage, amortization, and on services/utilities and on deposits and loans Illustrate the different types of commissions Compute commissions on cash basis and commission on installment basis Illustrate
how to obtain
down payment, gross
balance, and current
increased balance Solve problems involving
interests and commissions Show samples of business
data Show samples of business
data Show samples of business
data Compare the forms
(textual, tabular, and
graphical) of data Identify the essential parts
of a table Draw the table to present
the data Analyze and interprets the
data presented in the table
using measures of central
tendency and variability and
tests of significant differences Describe the different kinds
of graphs for data
presentation Describe the essential parts
of a graph Describe the essential parts
of a graph Describe the essential parts
of a graph Give a set of business data;
identify the graphs to be used Draw the graph/table to
present the data Analyze and interpret the
data presented in a graph/table Use software (i.e., ms
excel, spss) programs to
compute and present
graphical representation of business data

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