What exactly is Microsoft suite?
Microsoft suite is all of the Microsoft programs, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, OneNote, and Outlook. Access is a large database that can store a lot of data, so if you're running a small business you can use this to organize appointments, costs and much more. Microsoft Excel is a downgrade from Access because it cant store nearly as much data but it is good for smaller individual use. Microsoft PowerPoint is pretty basic and most people know how to use it, but on it you can make slideshows and presentations, you can even import data from other Microsoft (Access, Excel, and Word) files into tables in PowerPoint. Word is also very basic and people generally know the basics of it, its mostly for writing papers or reports. OneNote is a place where you can store pictures, drawings, just little clippings of things you may need later on, its a nice little storage area for your notes and even audio commentaries. Outlook is an email service that Microsoft offers, its pretty basic, it also has a calendar, a task manager, a contact manager, note taking, a journal, and web browsing.
What exactly is Microsoft Excel for?
Excel is a bit of a downgrade from Access which basically has the largest database or in other words storage space, so it can store the most information. Excel on the other hand is made for smaller more single experiment-like data.
What exactly is basic math?
Basic math is the backbone of everything you will learn in mathematics. Without basic math you will be completely lost as to what is happening. We use basic math as a stepping stone to project you into more advanced topics from Pre-Algebra all the way to Calculus. And without a good foothold on this stepping stone, you will be nothing but lost in school the rest of your life.