Financial Maths - Preliminary HSC Notes

Financial Maths Preliminary Note

Hi all,

Well it’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted on here and that’s because I’ve been busily working on some fantastic resources for you all. These resources are guaranteed to give you a leg up when it comes to your HSC maths exams. Each one has 10s if not 100s of hours of my personal time put into them to ensure they are of the highest quality to provide you with the greatest benefit possible.

First up is an extremely useful set of notes for all you General Mathematics students. It covers the Preliminary course for the Financial Mathematics strand. Topics include:

  • Earning and Managing Money
  • Social Security Payments
    • Age pension
    • Other social security payments
    • Superannuation
  • Budgeting
  • Investing Money
    • Simple interest
    • Compound interest
  • Investing in Shares
  • Taxation
    • Personal income tax
    • GST

Each topic includes easy to follow examples so you can quickly revise the theory and see it in action. At the end of the document, there’s a dedicated section for summarising the main points from all the preceding topics, this is sure to prove invaluable as you do your last minute revision before entering the exam hall.

The notes are provided in a convenient PDF file which will be available for you to download immediately after purchase and will also be instantly delivered to your inbox. The file can be viewed across all your connected devices without any need for special software. You can also print them off if you wish on some old technology called paper!  🙂

These notes are perfect for Year 11 and Year 12 students who are either currently tackling the Financial Mathematics strand or are revising for exams and want a clear and concise set of notes that make the topics easy to understand and learn.

You can get this great resource right now for free for a limited time only. All I ask is for you to show your appreciation by sharing this post with your friends through the Facebook and Twitter links below. You can download the file now from the Notes page or by clicking the button below. Please also remember to leave some feedback so that I can improve these notes in the future!

Cheers

Eoin!

 

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