qrb501 | Graduate
Quantitative Reasoning For Business
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Fundamental Quantitative Concepts and Basic Data Analysis
- Recommend equations, formulas, and graphs to use in real world examples.
- Assess how and when to use measures of central tendency and dispersion.
Percentages and the Mathematics of Buying and Selling
- Analyze percentages and fractions.
- Quantify the cost, markup, and sales price for a product or service.
Interest and the Time Value of Money
- Assess the differences between simple interest, compound interest, ordinary interest, and exact interest.
- Evaluate promissory note terms and calculations
Consumer Credit and Mortgages
- Compare different types of credit and mortgages.
- Analyze the key components of a loan, credit agreement, or mortgage.
Annuities, Sinking Funds, and Building Wealth
- Compare annuities and sinking funds.
- Distinguish the differences between stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.
Financial Statements and Ratios
- Explain the purpose of the major components of a balance sheet and income statement.
- Detect changes and key indicators of business health from balance sheets and income statements.
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