15-Sep-10
Problem 2
"You buy a CD (certificate of deposit) for $10,000, which will mature in 2 years. It has an APR of 4%, and it earns interest compounded quarterly. At the end of 2 years, how much is your CD worth?"
APR = 4%
Quarterly Interest = 0.01
Ja
2-Dec-10
Math 111
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.
Problem 3 Jefferson Method
House Size
State
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illino
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.
4-Nov-10
Midterm
Problem One
Percentage of Adults Smoking in States
Percentage of Adults (Age 18 and Older) who Smoked in 2004 by State
State
Utah
California
Idaho
Connec
Midterm
Problem One
1. You want to buy a big screen TV from your favorite electronics store.
The store is offering a special that if you take out a credit card from the store, use it to pay for your TV, and pay off the balance within 18 months you will no
26-Oct-10
Math 111
Lab 5
Problem One
Problem Two
Year
1964
1968
1968
1968
1983
1988
1991
1991
1994
1996
1999
2006
2007
2008
2008
2009
10
100 m record time (seconds)
10.06
10.03
10.02
9.95
9.93
9.92
9.9
9.86
9.85
9.84
9.79
9.77
9.74
9.72
9.69
9.58
Record H
19-Oct-10
Math 111
Lab 4
Problem One
Five Number Summary
Min
5.7
Quartile 1
11.7
Median
12.75
Quartile 3
13.475
Max
17.6
Percent of Residents Aged 65 and Older
According to 2000 Census Data (Histogram)
16
Numbe r o f St a t e s
Percent of Residents Aged 6
19-Oct-10
Math 111
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.
Lab 4
Problem One
Five Number Summary
Min
5.7
Quartile 1
11.7
Median
12.75
Quartile 3
13.475
Max
17.6
Percent of Residents Aged 65 and Older
According
6-Dec-10
Math 111
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.
Problem 1
a. Use Adams method to decide how many teaching assistants each level of the course should have.
House size
State
Calculus I
Calculus II
Calcu
House Project
Part A
Part D
Job: Elementary Teacher
Starting Salary: $37,125
Monthly Earnings
#
20% of Monthly Earnings
Month
$618.75
http:/teacherportal.com/district/maryland/frederick-county-public-schools
Part B
360
95425
I am working alone on this pro
September 27, 2010
Math 111
Letter to Parents
Project: Buying a House
Dear Mom and Dad,
Now that I graduated college I will be working as an Elementary School Teacher and I
should make about $37,125 a year according to teacherportal.com. My husband is a M
Melanie Weddle
30-Nov-10
Math 111
House Size 12
State
Local 28
Local 17
Local 5
Population
60
10
35
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment.
Total Population 105
Quota
6.8571428571
1.1428571429
4
Apportionment
7
Homework 8
22-Sep-10
Problem 1
You decide to buy a new Hyundai Elantra for $15,000.
You will make a down payment of $3,000 and finance the remaining $12,000.
a. You find a bank willing to give you a 60-month loan to buy the car with a 7.30% APR compounded
Homework 7
Problem 1
You are saving for a down payment on a house 10 years from now.
You have $5,000 now, and you can earn 6% interest compounded annually on your savings.
a. Assume you can save $1,000 each year, deposited at the end of the year. How much
September 15, 2010
Problem Solving Computational Tools
Homework 6
Problem #1
"Write an explanation in your own words of the difference between a savings account and a CD
(certificate of deposit)."
1. A CD Account is very similar to a savings account with