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Select the number of each type of equations: (Selecting Random will randomly generate all subtypes) Click on any title to see the free sample worksheet. (only the first few samples are free) (Random) Understanding Time and Scheduling
b. The Number of Hours in a Day and Days in a Week c. Hours in the Weekday vs the Weekend d. Time change: Weeks and Months e. Applying Miles Per Hour f. Applying Miles Per Gallon g. Using Personal Schedules h. Figuring out Hours Worked i. Calculating Consecutive Months Worked (Random) Economics
(Random) Income, Saving, and Spending
b. Distinguishing between Income and Gifts c. Identifying Skills Required for Jobs d. Distinguishing between Wants and Needs e. Distinguishing between Spending and Savings f. Determining the Effect of Charity g. Distinguishing between Responsible and Irresponsible Borrowing h. Dealing with Interest from Loans i. Identifying Ways to Pay for Items j. Identifying Basic Ups and Downs With Supply and Demand (Random) Income and Taxes
b. Calculating Net Pay Given Tax Information c. Calculating the Net Pay you Needed from Monthly Expenses d. Estimating the Gross Pay you Need e. Calculating the Number of Weeks Needed f. Comparing Jobs With and Without Health Benefits g. Given Gross and Net Pay Calculate the Amount of Pay Taken Out h. Calculating the Cost of Poor Health i. Approximating Tax Rate and Taxes Owed/Refunded j. Applying Tax Deductions (Random) Income, Education, and Career Choice
(Random) Creating a Budget for Money Management
(Random) Banks and Bank Accounts

(Random) Maintaining a Bank Account
b. Practice Balancing a Checkbook c. Methods of Paying Bills d. Saving Money with Online Statements e. Saving Up Money f. Covering Expenses With Savings g. Calculating Loss when Cards are Stolen h. Distinguishing between a Deposit and a Withdrawal i. Filling out a Check Register j. Practice Filling Out a Deposit Slip (Random) Personal Insurance Policies
(Random) Dealing with Credit Cards
(Random) Dealing with Debt
(Random) Negotiation and other Types of Buying (Purchasing, Leasing, and Renting)
(Random) Consumer Rights and Responsibilities
(Random) Saving and Investing
(Random) Risk and Return
(Random) Saving for Retirement
(Random) Math for Business

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