Grades 9-12

Many economics and personal finance concepts overlap with math curriculum, but economics and personal finance teachers are not trained to teach complex calculations and formulas, and math teachers may not focus on the personal finance and economic applications. A new CEE resource, Math in the Real World, brings together the expertise of math teachers and economics teachers to create interdisciplinary lessons that teach important personal finance and economic concepts in the context of math lessons.

## Lesson

Grades 9-12

### Compound Interest

Grades 9-12

### Saving

Grades 9-12

### Distribution of Income

Grades 9-12

### Spending Multipliers

Grades 9-12

### Rates of Change

Grades 9-12

### Exchange Rates

Grades 9-12

### Deriving Marginalism

Grades 9-12

### Discover How Two Way Tables Are Used To Determine Auto Insurance Deductibles and Premiums

Grades 9-12

### Using Slope to Compute Opportunity Cost

Grades 9-12

### When Graphs Mislead Us

Grades 9-12

### How Expensive are Payday Loans?

Grades 9-12

### Break-Even Analysis

Grades 9-12

### Profit Maximization

Grades 9-12

### Earning Credit

Grades 6-8

### Cost/Benefit Analysis:Three Gorges Dam

Grades 9-12

### How is Our Economy Doing?

Grades 6-8

### It Pays to Stay in School

Grades 6-8

### Why Adopt a Highway?

Grades 9-12

### Multipliers and the Mystery of the Magic Money

Grades 9-12

### Unemployment in My Hometown

## Activity

Grades 9-12

### Break-Even Analysis Activity

Grades 9-12

### Taxes and Income

Grades 6-8, 9-12

### Exchange Rate Calculator

Grades 9-12

### Production Possibilities Frontier

Grades 9-12