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This file contains 40 Money Task Cards, a student answer sheet and a teacher answer sheet. The task cards contain questions related to adding up Australian currency values, calculating change and worded problems. Please note: this resource is also available in my Australian Money Bundle. Please r
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This file contains 24 cards with pictures of clothing items and their prices, which can be used for various financial math activities. Also included are two financial math worksheets that can be used with the cards. The first worksheet has problems related to adding up monetary values and calculatin
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This lesson will show students why compound interest is so helpful to investors! Students will be given an initial investment and a yearly interest rate. Each student in the class can have different values so they have to do their own work and so comparisons can be made. Students carefully calcu
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During the summer, my IB/Precalculus students need to keep their skills sharp, so I wrote a series of worksheets for this purpose. This particular worksheet focuses on financial math -- basic applications of percentage increase/decrease and how percentages may be misleading. For this worksheet, I
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Use these Money Assessment Task worksheets as a pre assessment for your students. You can use these at the end of the unit again to assess growth. There are three worksheets, differentiated for your students' different abilities and have been created in alignment with AusVELS.
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Power Point presentation, 12 slides, Explaining with examples How to calculate wages, salaries, income tax and purchase tax. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlNkVZa1ZxdlpXenc/view?usp=sharing
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By the end of this lesson you will be able to: use and the understand the terms, simple, compound, APR, and effective interest rate, compute the amount accrued under different rates and type of interest, compute the interest rate from given performances, compute the principle value from given pe
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Are you tired of writing out long formulas on the board? This slideshow, consisting of 60 ready-to-use slides are the perfect solution. You will find examples on: Future value annuities Present value annuities Calculating the outstanding balance on a loan Depreciation Deferred annuities
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Financial math: increases/decreases ; simple and compound interests ; VAT ; currency. Terminology explained. Hire purchase. Lesson plan, work sheet and memo
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This Australian Financial Math resource is the perfect way for your students to learn about adding and subtracting money. This resource contains images of Australian currency for students to learn to sight the notes and coins quickly and easily. Simply print, laminate, cut and reuse. Enjoy and pl
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Calculating simple interest is a great way to build up a student's bank of financial mathematics – testing their numeracy and literacy skills at the same time! This introductory booklet will task students with defining the variables in the simple interest formula, isolating the principal (P), rate (
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Power Point presentation, 9 slides, Explaining with examples how to convert from one currency to another. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlSmhOQksxOUUxTDg/view?usp=sharing
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This is a good example of Break-even analysis. There is explanatory notes as well as an exam type question and the memo, including the graph.
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This is an adaptation from the classic game "I have...who has...". This game is a tried and tested game in helping students to both learn and practice counting and adding with Australian money. Two variations of the games have been included for differentiated learning. One with the same images of
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Another highly applicable, real-life Mathematics worksheet. A series of questions covering the calculation of income tax, including salary, commission and being paid by the hour. Also, students are required to calculate income tax. Finally, students calculate the repayments and interest paid thro
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By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Calculate the change in value due to appreciation and depreciation. Use the formula V = P (1 i)t.
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By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Carry out any calculation involving effective percentages, percentage error and percentage change.
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An engaging project in which students learn how to use eBay in order to sell unwanted items from home to make some money!
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Students reflect on their choice of financial institution. They will write a full 5-paragraph essay that details the factors that influenced their decision in choosing a local, state-wide, or national bank. Used as part of a larger personal finance project.
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Lesson consists of seven financial questions which can be solved in Excel. Students who solve these problems will gain a basic understanding of several financial functions in Excel. They will learn how to create an organized spreadsheet. They will also gain some important practical insights on
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A fun tuning in maths game to engage students in adding different financial values together, including the tricky 5 cents instead of 50 cents.Learning Objective included.
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This is a sure fire hit with students in primary school learning about financial maths, based on chance and applicable for all learning abilities (as well as building on a range of social capabilities too!) You will soon hear students say “I don’t even need to look at the table to round”, and that
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A real world application of financial mathematics for students to explore. Students are directed through each stage of making their first large financial purchase from calculating the interest on savings in their bank account, to finding a car, insuring the car and making sure it is registered.Enjoy
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Money and financial maths pre test AusVELS level 5 to 8
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