This guide provides useful resources for a wide variety of math topics. It is targeted at students enrolled in a math course or any other Centennial course that requires math knowledge and skills.

- Welcome
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- Simply Math
- Business Math
- How to use a scientific calculator
- Place Value in Decimal Number Systems
- Arithmetic Operations
- Basic Laws
- Operations on Signed numbers
- Order of Operations
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Percents
- Ratios and Proportions
- Exponents
- Statistics
- Factoring
- Rearranging Formulas
- Solving Linear Equations
- Solving Systems of Linear Equations
- Trade and Cash Discounts
- Multiple Rates of Discount
- Payment Terms and Cash Discounts
- Markup
- Markdown
- Simple Interest
- Compound Interest
- Equivalent Values in Compound Interest
- Nominal and Effective Interest Rates
- Ordinary Simple Annuities
- Ordinary General Annuities

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- Place Value in Decimal Number Systems
- Arithmetic Operations
- Order of Operations
- Basic Laws
- Prime Factorisation and Least Common Multiple
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Percents
- Exponents
- Units of Measures
- Fluid Ounces and Ounces
- Metric Measures
- Yield Percent
- Recipe Size Conversion
- Ingredient Ratios
- Food-Service Industry Costs

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- Basic Laws
- Order of Operations
- Prime Factorisation and Least Common Multiple
- Fractions
- Exponents
- Radicals
- Reducing Radicals
- Factoring
- Rearranging Formulas
- Solving Linear Equations
- Areas and Volumes of Figures
- Congruence and Similarity
- Functions
- Domain and Range of Functions
- Basics of Graphing
- Transformations
- Graphing Linear Functions
- Graphing Quadratic Functions
- Solving Systems of Linear Equations
- Solving Quadratic Equations
- Solving Higher Degree Equations
- Trigonometry
- Graphing Trigonometric Functions
- Graphing Circles and Ellipses
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Complex Numbers
- Number Bases in Computer Arithmetic
- Linear Algebra
- Calculus
- Set Theory
- Modular Numbers and Cryptography
- Statistics
- Problem Solving Strategies

- Upgrading / Pre-HealthToggle Dropdown
- Basic Laws
- Place Value in Decimal Number Systems
- Decimals
- Significant Digits
- Prime Factorisation and Least Common Multiple
- Fractions
- Percents
- Ratios and Proportions
- Exponents
- Radicals
- Reducing Radicals
- Metric Conversions
- Factoring
- Solving Linear Equations
- Solving Quadratic Equations
- Functions
- Domain and Range of Functions
- Polynomial Long Division
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Statistics

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- Arithmetic Operations
- Order of Operations
- Place Value in Decimal Number Systems
- Decimals
- Fractions
- Percents
- Ratios and Proportions
- Nutrition Labels
- Interpreting Drug Orders
- Oral Dosages
- Dosage Based on Size of the Patient
- Parenteral Dosages
- Intravenous (IV) Administration
- Infusion Rates for Intravenous Piggyback (IVPB) Bag
- General Dosage Rounding Rules

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An invoice for the goods is sent, and the seller specifies payment terms on the invoice. This lesson includes:

- Reading of invoice dates;
- Calculating timeline for the end of discount and credit periods
- Ordinary, End-on-the-month, and Receipt of Goods Dating
- Partial Payments

The business selling the goods can offer a cash discount to encourage prompt payment

Ordinary dating, whereby payment terms are based on the invoice date.

`Example`

Determine the payment needed to settle an invoice with a net amount of $750, dated January 26, terms of sale is 2/10, 1/20, and n/60, if the invoice is paid:

i.February 3;

ii.February 14;

iii.When is the end of the credit period?

`Solution`

See the video below.

End-of-month dating, or E.O.M. dating. The invoice date is shifted to the last day of the month.

Determine the payment needed to settle an invoice with a net amount of $750, dated January 26, terms 2/10 E.O.M. paid on February 10.

Receipt-of-goods dating, or R.O.G. is used when the transportation of the goods takes a long time.

A distributor received an invoice of $3240 dated July 10, terms 3/10, *n*/30 R.O.G., for a shipment of goods that arrived on November 14. When is the last day for taking the cash discount and how much is to be paid if the discount is taken?

When a business pays *part* of an invoice within the discount period, the purchaser is entitled to the cash discount on the partial payment paid.

`Example`

A company has received an invoice of $3720 dated June 28, terms 2/10. What payment must be made on July 8 to reduce the debt:

I. by $1000?

A *payment of $980* on July 8 will reduce the debt by $1000.

II. to $1000?

A *payment of $2665.60* on July 8 will reduce the debt to $1000.

Designed by Matthew Cheung. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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