This collection of math activities is designed for math teachers who want to include real-world personal finance application problems! These activities can also be used by personal finance teachers who are looking to incorporate essential math skills.
The activities included in this collection vary in level of difficulty and math topics. This collection of activities is designed for students to practice problem solving at the middle and high school levels. Feel free to use and modify as you see fit for your students!
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All MATH activities are structured into three parts:
|Discounts and Composite Functions||Budgeting||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Rule of 110 and Function Composition||Investing||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Mortgage Payments & Function Notation||Managing Credit||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Using Regression to Analyze Stocks||Investing||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Graphing a Budget Equation||Budgeting||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Compound Interest in Savings Accounts||Saving||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Compound Interest Pitfalls||Financial Pitfalls||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Exponential Growth in Investments||Investing||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Exponential Decay in Purchasing Power||Budgeting||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Depreciation of Car Value||Budgeting||VIEW ACTIVITY|
|Two Ways to Double Your Savings||Saving||VIEW ACTIVITY|