●Chapter Previews at the beginning of each chapter tell students where the chapter is heading, why specific topics are important, and how they relate to other topics in the book.
●Numerical Examples guide students through solutions to financial problems using formulas, time lines, and calculator key strokes.
●Summary Tables are useful study aids for reviewing material.
●Key Statements are important points that are set in boldface type so that students can easily find them for later reference.
●Graphs with captions, numbering over 60, help students understand the interrelationship of the variables plotted and the principles of analysis.
●Summaries at the end of each chapter list the chapter’s main points.
●Key Terms are important words or phrases that appear in boldface type when they are defined for the first time and are listed at the end of each chapter.
●End-of-Chapter Questions help students learn the subject matter by applying economic concepts, and feature a special class of questions that students find particularly relevant, titled “Predicting the Future.”
●End-of-Chapter Quantitative Problems, numbering over 250, help students to develop their quantitative skills.