Financial Mathematics for Decision Making is designed to provide students with little or no previous exposure to finance or financial calculations with the skills necessary to make practical financial decisions. Using a six-step problem solving framework students learn to: 1. Identify the decision to be made (or problem to be solved); 2. Identify formula (or formulae) to be used; 3. Summarise the available information; 4. Create an equation; 5. Solve the equation; 6. Use the solution to justify the decision made (or to answer the problem).