# Study Sheet of Basic Statistics

Explore basic statistics with this printable Smartacus Study Sheet. Review the types of graphs (line, bar, pie chart), how to read a table, and basic data set values — median, mode, mean, and range. Continue reading

Explore basic statistics with this printable Smartacus Study Sheet. Review the types of graphs (line, bar, pie chart), how to read a table, and basic data set values — median, mode, mean, and range. Continue reading

Balancing your checkbook is little more than making certain you and the bank both agree on what’s happened to your bank account each month. Learn how to balance your checkbook with this helpful tutorial. Continue reading

The Rule of 78 is a method of allocating interest charges for the life of a loan. Learn how the Rule of 78s works in this tutorial. Continue reading

The Average Daily Balance is the total of the balance at the end of each day during a period divided by the number of days in the period. Learn how to calculate average daily balance (ADB) in this tutorial. Continue reading

With this Bottomless Worksheet you can get endless practice on calculating simple interest from the principal amount, number of periods, and interest rate. A printed copy, answer sheet, and another ten problems are all just a button-click away. Continue reading

Calculating simple interest is a snap with this Formula Solver. Learn how to find the interest using the principal, number of interest periods, and interest rate. Use your own values to check your homework! Continue reading

Get endless practice with this Bottomless Worksheet in calculating present value from future value, number of periods, and interest rate. At a button-click it creates ten more problems for you to solve, complete with printed copy and answer sheet. Continue reading

This Flash tutorial walks you through the steps to calculate present value from the future value, interest rate, and number of maturity periods. You can enter your own values, too. Continue reading

Use this Bottomless Worksheet to get endless practice on calculating compound interest from the principal, number of periods, and interest rate. Ten new problems to solve, a printed copy, and an answer sheet are all only a click away. Continue reading

Compound interest is the method of finding interest where interest is charged on the principal as well as the interest already accumulated. Review a simpler method for finding compound interest with this tutorial. Continue reading

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