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ST. MARY’S COLLEGE OF TAGUM, INC.

Tagum City, Davao del Norte

ST. MARY’S COLLEGE OF TAGUM, INC. Tagum City, Davao del Norte SYLLABUS IN BusMath 3 Quantitative

SYLLABUS

IN

BusMath 3 Quantitative Techniques in Business

Revised Edition, 2014

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The course provides the how, why and where quantitative techniques are used without excessive or complex mathematical notation for business students. Basic algebraic concept and mathematical skills is used in solving linear programming and for decision making hence made a part of the course.

TERMINAL OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:

  • 1. Apply the principles and concepts of linear programming, business forecasting and break-even point analysis to business problems

  • 2. Construct tables and graphs using the different methods and techniques of solving programming, business forecasting and break-even point analysis problems

  • 3. Make managerial decisions aided by linear programming, business forecasting and break-even point analysis

  • 4. Make economic forecasts aided by linear programming techniques, bearing in mind enhancement of quality of life in peace, justice and love

TIME FRAME: 54 hours

SCOPE AND SEQUENCE (BUSMATH - Quantitative Techniques In Business)

I.

ORIENTATION

IV.

LINEAR PROGRAMMING

  • A. VMGO

  • A. Graphical Method

  • B. School’s Rules and Regulations

  • 1. Steps to follow in using graphical method

  • C. Services and Facilities of the School

  • 2. Graph of the Constraints

 
  • 3. Finding the Optimum Solutions

  • B. Simplex Maximization Method

II.

REVIEW OF ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS

  • 1. Steps in Solving the Maximization Method

  • A. Basic Algebraic Operations

  • 2. Converting the constraints to equation

  • B. Laws of Signed Numbers

  • 3. Setting up the Simplex Table

  • C. Addition and Subtraction of Monomials

  • C. Transportation Method

  • D. Multiplication & Division of Monomials

  • 1. Stepping Stone Method

  • E. Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials

  • 1. a Demand Equals Supply

  • F. Factoring Polynomials and Quadratic Trinomials

D. MODI (Modified Distribution Method)

 
  • 1. Unbalanced Transportation Method

III.

LINEAR EQUATIONS & INEQUALITIES

1. a Demand Equals Supply

  • A. Principles Used in Equation Solving

  • 1. b Demand Lesser than Supply

  • B. Equations Containing Fractions

  • 2. Degenerate Transportation Problem

  • C. Solving Quadratic Equations by:

  • 3. Maximization Process

  • 1. Factoring

  • E. Assignment Method

  • 2. Competing the Squares

  • 3. Quadratic Formula

V.

BUSINESS FORECASTS & TRENDS

  • D. Solving Linear Equations in Two Variables by:

  • A. Average Forecast

  • 1. Graphing

  • B. Moving Average Forecast

  • 2. Elimination

  • C. Linear Regression

  • 3. Substitution

  • E. Linear Inequalities

VI.

BREAK-EVEN POINT ANALYSIS

  • 1. One Variable

  • A. Linear Function

  • 2. Two Variables

  • B. Non-Linear Function

  • F. Graphing Linear Inequalities

  • C. Basic Rules of Derivates

  • D. Applications of Maxima & Minima in Business

6 HOURS

OBJECTIVES

At the end of the prescribed hours the students are expected to recall, understand and apply the basic algebraic operations.

REVIEW OF BASIC

 

At the end of the prescribed hours the students are able to:

 

ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS

  • 1. Solve problems involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of polynomials

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • 2. Factor polynomials and quadratic trinomials

 

STRATEGIES

Differentiated activities on assigned problems supplemented by lecture using PowerPoint through the LED television

IGNACIAN CORE/RELATED VALUE

FAITH ; Strong Faith in GOD

SOCIAL ORIENTATION

FOR VICTIMS OF CALAMITIES:

Operation: Bangon Visaya,

Opearation: Tindog Comval

LESSON ACROSS DISCIPLINE

Mathematics, Sociology, Theology

FAITH/BIBLICAL REFLECTIONS

Rom. 4:20

EVALUATION/APPLICATION

Purposive assignment, quizzes and examination on a periodic basis

 

SUGGESTED READINGS

BASIC ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS http://www.ltu.edu/courses/lowry/techmath/class/unit2.html Retrieved January 20, 2013

REFERENCES:

Render, Barry. Quantitative analysis for management. Singapore: Pearson Education. 2012 Russell, Roberta and Taylor, Bernard W. Operations management. 7 th edition. New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons. 2011. Heizer, Jay and Barry. Render. Operations Management. 10 th edition. Singapore: Pearson Education, Inc. 2011. Agamata, Franklin. Management advisory services: a comprehensive guide. 12 th edition. Manila: GIC Enterprises and Co., Inc. 2011. Arao, Reynaldo. (et.al). Quantitative approaches in decision making. Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc. 2009.

SUGGESTED WEBSITES:

www.bizbound.com/breakeven.html

www. answers.tutorvista.com/606176/transportation-method-of-linear.. www.accountingformanagement.com/linear_programming_cost_minimization.html

GRADING SYSTEM:

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Long Examination

50%

Quiz

30%

Seatwork/Assignment

10%

Participation

10%

Total

100%

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Doris Marie N. Pateño, CPA, DBM

Instructor

Doris Marie N. Pateño, CPA, DBM

ABA Program Head

S. MA. NIÑA C. BALBAS, RVM

School President/Dean of College

4:00 PM TODAY – SEND TO nina.dympna@gmail.com