Merchandising Mathematics for Retailing
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Publisher : Prentice Hall
Release Date : 2013
ISBN 10 : 9780132724166
Pages : 317 pages
Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Merchandising Mathematics for Retailing

by Cynthia R. Easterling,Ellen L. Flottman,Marian H. Jernigan

ALERT: Before you purchase, check with your instructor or review your course syllabus to ensure that you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products exist for each title, including customized versions for individual schools, and registrations are not transferable. In addition, you may need a CourseID, provided by your instructor, to register for and use Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products. Packages Access codes for Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products may not be included when purchasing or renting from

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Merchandising Mathematics for Retailing

by Cynthia R. Easterling,Ellen L. Flottman,Marian H. Jernigan

For courses in Merchandising Problems, Retailing Mathematics, and Merchandising Mathematics. With a focus on understanding profit factors, this text provides a basic knowledge of the principles and techniques of real-world merchandising mathematics. Building on the authors' extensive retail experience, the book explains how to apply these fundamentals to realistic, everyday retail merchandising problems. Its workbook format encourages interactive learning and space is provided so practice problems can be worked right in the text. It includes a basic math refresher, realistic

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Merchandising Mathematics for Retailing

by Cynthia R. Easterling,Ellen Flottman,Marian H. Jernigan

This book provides readers with a firm foundation in the principles and techniques of real-world merchandising mathematics and shows them how to apply these fundamentals to solving specific, everyday retail merchandising problems. Throughout, clear, concise explanations of concepts are followed by step-by-step example problems, practice problems using realistic industry figures, and selected answers. Includes suggestions for working some problems on a computer spreadsheet. Features a review of basic mathematics, decimals, percents, fractions, and highlighted formulas. Basic Merchandising Mathematics. Profitability. Cost

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Merchandising Mathematics

by Meridith Paidar

A step-by-step guide of practical and proven math techniques for the retailer, vendor, or student in profitable merchandising. ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor's Guide, 0-8273-5704-4

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Mathematics for Retail Buying

by Bette K. Tepper,Marla Greene

Revised edition of Mathematics for retail buying, 2014.

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A Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics

by Linda M. Cushman

Merchandising math is a multifaceted topic that involves many levels of the retail process, including assortment planning, vendor analysis, mark-up and pricing, and terms of sale. A Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics brings each of these areas together into one comprehensive text to meet the needs of students who will be involved with the activities of merchandising and buying at the retail level. Students will learn how to use typical merchandising forms, become familiar with the application of computers and

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Merchandising Math Handbook for Retail Management

by Joel R. Evans,Barry R. Berman,Evelyn C. Moore

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Retail Buying

by Richard Clodfelter

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Merchandise Planning Workbook   Studio Access Card

by Rosetta La Fleur

The recipe for profitability is presented in Merchandise Planning Workbook. Focusing on the development of a six-month merchandise plan, the text explains how to use Excel 2007 as a tool to project sales, manage inventory, calculate the amount of merchandise to purchase, and adjust the price throughout the selling season. Application Exercises throughout the chapters familiarize students with each aspect of the plan, provide practice in inputting formulas and data, and demonstrate the impact of changing variables. Seven end-of-chapter assignments, when

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Retail Math Made Simple 3rd Edition

by DMSRetail,Matt Parmaks,Dianne Miethner

This book will give you all of the information you need to start using retail math with confidence. You will understand how to make the calculations and what to do with the answers you get. Here is a summary of what you get: Glossary and Definition of the Terms Retail Metrics Key Performance Indicators Commonly Used Formulas Open to Buy - Definition, Formulas Sell-Thru Scenarios (Impact of price and gross margin on sales) Balanced Score Cards for Retail Managers Typical

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Merchandising Math

by Doris H. Kincade,Fay Y. Gibson,Ginger Woodard

This book introduces readers to the concepts of financial management for the merchandising of fashion goods. Covering basic financial skills needed to succeed when planning, procuring and selling fashion goods, the volume provides an integrated presentation of merchandising principles, mathematical formulas and real world applications. It is designed to help readers understand the underlying principles behind decisions and apply these principles to multiple store situations. The book begins with the basic markup concepts and single unit, three variable spreadsheets and

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Retail Product Management

by Rosemary Varley

This text represents a specialist text resource for students of retail management or marketing courses and modules, providing the reader with the opportunity to acquire a deeper knowledge of a key area of retailing management.

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Mathematics for Retail Buying

by Bette K. Tepper,Newton E. Godnick

This straightforward textbook/workbook introduces retail pricing and repricing of merchandise, the relationship of markup to profit, the retail method of inventory, dollar planning and control, and terms of sale. The fifth edition adds spreadsheet problems, store forms for practice problems, and a glossary. c. Book News Inc.

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Practical Merchandising Math

by Leo Gafney

It's easier than you think to perform every retail math calculation quickly, accurately, and with confidence Mathematics is an essential tool for determining every financial arrangement important to a retail business. Whether you're buying merchandise, figuring business expenses, pricing merchandise, or recording transactions, a solid working knowledge of practical calculating procedures is indispensable. But don't worry, we're not talking algebra, trigonometry, or calculus--just simple arithmetic you can perform using a calculator. Practical Merchandising Math helps you teach yourself all the

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Merchandise Buying and Management

by John Donnellan

The second edition of this comprehensive text has been updated to contain the most current information on merchandising and retailing. New to This Edition: -- New visuals illustrating the retailing principles and organization of the retail industry-- Extensive coverage of Internet retailing-- Updated tables, analysis of retail sales figures, and list of retail organizations-- More detailed explanation of mathematical concepts-- New section on vendor-sponsored store merchandising programs and expanded store fixtures section-- Contemporary company profiles on retailers such as Banana

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Fundamentals of Retail Buying with Merchandising Math

by Angella L. Hoffman

ALERT: Before you purchase, check with your instructor or review your course syllabus to ensure that you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products exist for each title, including customized versions for individual schools, and registrations are not transferable. In addition, you may need a CourseID, provided by your instructor, to register for and use Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products. Packages Access codes for Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products may not be included when purchasing or renting from

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A Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics Revised First Edition

by Linda M. Cushman

A Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics, Revised 1st Edition, is dedicated to helping students master the mathematical concepts, techniques, and analysis utilized in the merchandise buying and planning process. Students will review basic maths concepts; learn how to use typical merchandising forms; become familiar with the application of computerized spreadsheets in retailing; and recognize the basic factors of buying and selling that affect profit. This peer-reviewed new edition of the text brings together assortment planning, vendor analysis, markup and pricing,

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Beyond Design

by Sandra Keiser,Myrna B. Garner

Now in full colour, the third edition of this practical text takes students step-by-step through the pre-production processes of apparel product development: planning, forecasting, fabricating, line development, technical design, pricing and sourcing and includes a greater focus on current issues, for example sustainability and business ethics.

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