Office Machines Practical Approach

Office Machines Practical Approach : A Practical Approach

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For undergraduate courses in Office Machines, Business Machines, Calculating Machines, or Electronic Calculators, or for a low level, brief Business Math course. This relevant, accurate and detail-oriented text shows students how to apply their knowledge to real-life situations on a page-by-page basis. It empowers future office workers with skills and competency as it teaches them how to effectively use a calculator to solve today's business mathematical applications. This text provides a thorough review of the basic mathematics needed for successful completion of an office machines course. It helps students develop speed and accuracy in performing four basic mathematical functions, and offers myriad opportunities for them to apply their knowledge with an extensive number of business mathematical application problems, similar to the ones a typical employee would encounter in the real world.show more

Product details

  • Spiral bound | 313 pages
  • 19 x 224 x 13mm | 681g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 5th edition
  • 0130116432
  • 9780130116437

Table of contents

I. THE TEN-KEY OFFICE MACHINE AND BASIC MATHEMATICS. 1. Business Mathematics Review. 2. Operating the Ten-Key Keyboard by the Touch Method. 3. Practice and Speed Development. II. THE ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR. 4. Addition and Subtraction on the Electronic Calculator. 5. Multiplication on the Electronic Calculator. 6. Division on the Electronic Calculator. 7. Multiple Operations on the Electronic Calculator. III. ADVANCED BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. 8. Developing Keyboarding and Critical Thinking Skills. 9. Woodside Apartments: A Practice Set. APPENDICES. A. Using the Computer Numeric Keypad. B. Practice and Speed Development. C. Answers to Selected Problems and Self-Evaluations.show more