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Unformatted text preview: ;2300 [3] 8. Evaluate: a. log749C. log21 ~ 8 9. Solve each equation:. Round decimal answers to the nearest hundredth: [3] a. log(4x3)2 [3] b. 5 x = 3 [3] c. log4(x + 2) logn(X + 1) = 1 [3] 10. Joe has an account tlaat ~vill be worth $3,000 after compounding continuously for 5 years at 4% interest. Find the present value of his account. 11. Find the effective rate of." [2] a. 6% compounded cominuously. [2] b. 6% compounded quarterly._ [3] 12. Using the grap~off(x), find the following. Ifa limit does not exist, state "does not exist." a. lim f(x)= b. lim f(x)= x~2 ÷ d. f(21 = " & e. lim f(x)= f. limf(x)= , ~ x~O + [3] 13. Find the value of the following, if the limit exists:3Future Value Compound Imerest: A = P(1 + i)" Future Value Continuous Compounding: A = Effective rate for Continuous Compounding: r u = er _ 1 TOTAL SCORE 50 100...
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 Fall '09
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 Calculus, YIntercept, Time Value Of Money, Limit of a function, minimum breakeven point

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