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### Where Does the Price of Pizza Come From?

In this economics lesson, students will examine data for buyers and sellers to learn how prices emerge in a market.
Key Concepts: Demand, Markets and Prices, Supply

### Margin Of Error

The lesson begins with an introduction to the use of polls in political campaigns. The students are introduced to the...
Key Concepts: Choice

### Inflation and Unemployment - Is There a Correlation?

Updated! Perfect for an integrated economics and math or technology lesson. Students use Excel to create scatterplots, regression line equations,...
Key Concepts: Employment and Unemployment, Inflation

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### Saving

In this personal finance lesson, students determine their monthly earned income and estimate how much they could be saving.
Key Concepts: Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments, Budgeting, Roles of Government

### Productivity and Graphing Linear and Quadratic Functions

In this lesson students interpret key features of graphs for both linear and quadratic functions in the context of total...
Key Concepts: Business Costs and Revenues

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### Distribution of Income

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn how productivity and government policy influences the distribution of income.
Key Concepts: Distribution of Income, Income Distribution, Productivity

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### Who Bears the Burden When a Tax Is Imposed on a Good?

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn how to determine the function values of simple functions.
Key Concepts: Demand, Markets and Prices, Roles of Government

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### Rates of Change

In this personal finance lesson, students will analyze the relationship between differing costs using the concept of slopes.
Key Concepts: Business Costs and Revenues, Profit

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### The Mathematics Behind Progressive, Regressive, and Proportional Taxes

In this personal finance lesson, students will explore graphs to analyze the impact of different tax structures on families.
Key Concepts: Average Tax Rate (or Ratio), Income Distribution

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### Deriving Marginalism

In this personal finance lesson, students will make a connection between derivatives and marginalism.
Key Concepts: Business Costs and Revenues, Profit

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

Students collect data from a hands-on activity involving Colors Goldfish® Baked Snack Crackers to learn how to create a two-way...
Key Concepts: Insurance, Personal Finance, Risk and Return

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### Using Slope to Compute Opportunity Cost

In this personal finance lesson, students will investigate opportunity cost by using slope.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Goods and Services

Students will compare credit cards by looking at the amount of interest they will incur when paying off the balance...
Key Concepts: Credit, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Incentive

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In this personal finance lesson, students will understand how graphs can be misleading through real GDP.
Key Concepts: Economic Development, Fiscal Policy, GDP

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### How Expensive are Payday Loans?

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn how a payday loan works.
Key Concepts: Credit, Interest

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### Break-Even Analysis

In this personal finance lesson, students will use breakeven analysis formula to analyze investment options.
Key Concepts: Business Costs and Revenues, Goods and Services, Profit

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### Using Systems of Equations with Supply and Demand Application

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn supply and demand by utilizing a system of equations.
Key Concepts: Demand, Markets and Prices

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### Earning Credit

In this personal finance lesson, students will learn to compound interest and amortization to calculate the cost of a car.
Key Concepts: Credit, Interest, Risk and Return

### Forecasting Economics

Can you learn economics from the weather? Students will be able to integrate science, math, and economics through this engaging...
Key Concepts: Consumers, Goods and Services

### The 411 on College Education

One of the most important financial decisions people make is whether to go to college. The price tag of a...
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Division of Labor/Specialization, Market Structures