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Strand 9 (optional)
Students will understand and be able to calculate depreciation expense, accumulated depreciation, and book value.
 
  • Q T Pi Fashions - Learning About Credit Card Use
    Students will define the relationship between credit and incentives, for buyers when purchasing goods and/or services, define the relationship between interest and incentive, for borrowers when purchasing goods and/or services, analyze the pros and cons of credit card use, and describe how finance charges effect the purchases of items.
  • The Costs of Credit
    Students will indicate how using credit differs from using cash, checks, or debit cards, list the determinants for the demand for and supply of credit,and indicate why credit has a cost,given an interest rate, principal, and period of time, determine simple interest.

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