Calculators: Printing and Display
by William R. Pasewark (Author)
William R. Pasewark, Sr., earned the PhD at New York University. Pasewark authored 105 best-selling business and computer books, seven of which won Texty Awards from the Text and Academic Authors Association. Work experience includes several jobs in the Wall Street section of NYC; Office Management Consultant; Marine Corps Sergeant in the Iwo Jima Invasion; General Manager of Pasewark LTD, a textbook authoring family partnership.
Series: Business Calculations
Spiral-bound: 144 pages
Publisher: South-Western Educational Pub; 5 edition (March 16, 2011)
Learn 10-Key Operation Based on Current Business Procedures to Solve Business and Personal Math Problems
This text provides an easy-to-use approach to learning 10-key operation based on current business procedures. Students learn the touch method and solve both business and personal math problems. Step-by-step instructions make learning easy; pictures and explanations for reaches provide good visual cues; and sufficient drills develop workplace skills.
By Amanda S.
good material, it really helps you with things in the "real world" but i won't say that i have a great love for math, haha. either way, you'll learn well!
good low cost new book. This is a very good bargin compared to new at the campus. I have bought off here for over 2 yrs now for my college books. With no problems.
By Kristy F
Very please with this book. This book more than met my expectations for my class. I ended up with a very strong A out of my class, as the instructions given for each section was very well written.
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