MAT 101 Module 5 Case

# MAT 101 Module 5 Case - following: a. How much interest...

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TUI UNIVERSITY Christopher Clark MAT 101 College Mathematics Module 2 Session Long Project Dr. Gennadiy Kuleshov March 21, 2011 1. Convert the following equations into logarithmic form:     a. 2 = 6 x x = log 6 2  b. 7 = 6 y y = log 6 7      c. 9 = 3 y y = log 3 9      d. X = 8 y y = log 8 X   2. Convert the following equations into exponential form:     a. X = log 5 4           y = b x           5 x  = 4

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b. 7 =  log 6 Y      6 7  = y    c. X=  log 8 Y        8 x  = y    d. 90 = log 4 Z 4 90  = z  3. Simplify the following expressions:     a. X 2 * X 4      x (2+4)         x 6      b. Z /    Z 12     z (8-12)       z -4        c. log 4 Y  +  log 4 Z       log 4 YZ     d. log 3 Y   - log 3 Z  log  3 (Y/Z)   4.  You have \$760,000 in your bank account.  The interest rate in your account is 5%.  Solve for the
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Unformatted text preview: following: a. How much interest will you accumulate if interest is compounded annually over the next five years? A = P*(1+r) t = 760000*(1+0.05) 5 = 969973.99 total Get the interest: 969973.99 - 760000 = \$209973.99 interest b. How much interest will you earn in your account over the next five years with continuous compounding? You can use a scientific calculator or the =Exp() function in Microsoft Excel. If you are crafty you can also find web pages that will do the calculations for you. Regardless, show your steps and your work. A = Pe rt = 760000*e 0.05*5 = 975859.32 total Get the interest: 975859.32 - 760000 = \$215859.32 interest...
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