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Determinethepopulationofyourstate10yearsfromnow.
1+ r n
PopulationGrwoth=P
P=17,000,000r=0.9% 0.0090=10
=17,000,000(1+0.009)10
=17,000,000(1.009)10
=17,000,000(1.094)
=18,598,000
ThepopulationfromthestateofGeorgiain10yearsmaybe18,598,000.
o Determi
Assignment 1: The Apportionment Problem
You are a census officer in a newly democratic nation and you have been charged with using the census data from the table below to determine how 100 congressional seats should be divided among the 10 states of the u
MAT109 M4-A1
Assignment 1: DiscussionPopulation Growth
To study the growth of a population mathematically, we use the concept of exponential
models. Generally speaking, if we want to predict the increase in the population at a
certain period in time, we s
Joshua Bare
English 1010
Professor Farrugia
Exercise 4.1
The problem that I have identified is the cost of tuition and how it is merely
focused as a business rather than the importance education. This is a problem because education
is not about educating
The Traveling Salesman Problem
Flying Birds is an aircraft service company in Nashville that delivers packages all over the United States.
The company has twelve airplanes or birds as we call them, which fly round trips across the country to
drop off pack
(a) Compute the amount of cash to be reported on Eastwood Co.s balance
sheet at
December 31, 2014.
Cash for Eastwood includes the following:
1. Commercial savings account at First National Bank of
Yojimbo with a balance of:
Commercial checking account at
Population Growth
1.)
The population of Tennessee = 6,346,105
Annual growth rate = 0.9%
I am going to determine Tennessees population 10 years from now.
The equation that I used is P(1+r)n .
6,346,105(1+0.009)10
= 6,346,105 (1.094)
= 6,942, 638 people wil
Hamilton's Method
D=
5321.88 the nation population divided
the number of House seats.
The number of House seats is set at 100.
States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TOTAL
Population
15,475
35,644
98,756
88,346
369
85,663
43,427
84,311
54,730
25,467
532,188 people
Q
Counterexample to a False Algebra Statement from Chapter 1
Determine if the following statement is true or false.
1.) ( x + y) 2 = x2 + y2
Provide a counterexample for this statement.
Steps
Assume x = 3 and y = 4.
Step 1: (3+4)2 = 32 + 42
Step 2: 7 2 = 9
Bill Smith's Corporate Bonds
Rate of Return (Rate)
Number of Year (NPER)
Payment (PMT)
Present Value (PV)
Type
Future amount
0.0525
15
0
20000
0
($43,088.52)
Bill Smith's Municipal Bonds
Rate of Return (Rate)
Number of Year (NPER)
Payment (PMT)
Present Va
MATH 109
Assignment 1: DiscussionThe Traveling Salesman Problem
Some problems in mathematics can be stated very simply but may involve complex
solutions. One of the most famous of these is the Traveling Salesman Problem or, as it is
known to mathematician
A) Prepare a statement of cash flows using the indirect method
FANCY FOOTWARE COMPANY
CASHFLOW - (INDIRECT METHOD)
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2013
CASHFLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Net Income
72,600
Adjustment to reconcile net income
Depreciation Ex
JuvenileDelinquency
JuvenileStatistics
Maldonado, Tiffany M.
11/4/2014
Compare and analyze trends and statistics from different sources to compare any differences.
Data for chart from www.azdps.gov
Data for chart from azcourts.gov
The difference in data,
Problem: 40+A=80
If Billy had 80 cars, which he collects, 40 of them where red color, how many where assorted
colors?
Step 1: Understand the problem
We know that total he has 80 cars, so we have to search for " A's " worth?
Step 2: Devise a plan?
Since we
Debt
Credit Card Debt
Joshua Bare
MAT 109: General Education Mathematics
Professor VanNoy
10/22/13
1
Debt
2
In the past couple of decades, credit cards have been a new form of payment for many
transactions. Unfortunately, many Americans have fallen into c
Discussion 1
You read an article in Wall Street Journal, discussing an accounting fraud related to manipulation of
estimations. How can manipulations of earnings be accomplished through the use of estimations?
Evaluate four benefits and four risks of allo
Running head: ANALYSIS OF CREDIT CARD DEBT
Analysis of Credit Card Debt
Sabrina L. Campbell
General Education Mathematics
Module 3: Assignment 2
Argosy University
12:05:09
1
ANALYSIS OF CREDIT CARD DEBT
2
Analysis of Credit Card Debt
Why does it take so l
MAT109 LASA # 1 Rubric
Unsatisfactory
Emerging
Proficient
Exemplary
Calculation of the
minimum payment is
accurate, but computation
of the interest and
principal in that payment
are both inaccurate.
Calculation of the
minimum payment is
accurate, but comp
M4 Assignment 1:
DiscussionPopulation Growth
The state I live in is Tennessee, and the city is Nashville.
Search the Internet and determine the most recent population of your home state. A
good place to start is the U.S. Census Bureau (www.census.gov) wh
Running head: ASSIGNMENT 2: ANALYSIS OF A CREDIT CARD DEBT
Assignment 2: Analysis of A Credit Card Debt
Name
Institution
ASSIGNMENT 2: ANALYSIS OF A CREDIT CARD DEBT
Assignment 2: Analysis of Credit Card Debt
Credit card debt is a reality for many in toda
Running head: ASSIGNMENT 1: LASA 2: THE APPORTIONMENT PROBLEM
Assignment 1: LASA 2: The Apportionment Problem
Name
Institution
1
ASSIGNMENT 1: LASA 2: THE APPORTIONMENT PROBLEM
2
Assignment 1: LASA 2: The Apportionment Problem
You are a census officer in
Consumer debt around 40 years ago was about 2.2 trillion dollars. Now, it has increased
approximately 27 times to about 60 trillion dollars. This increase is majorly owed to the
interest rates on the debts. Interest is the cost of borrowing money - the mo
Consumer debt around 40 years ago was about 2.2 trillion dollars. Now, it has increased
approximately 27 times to about 60 trillion dollars. This increase is majorly owed to the
interest rates on the debts. Interest is the cost of borrowing money - the mo
Estimating the Benefits and
Costs of Graduate Education
Student Name:
Institutional Affiliation:
Date:
Pros
The greatest benefits of undertaking
graduate studies is that it is associated
with greater employment opportunities.
There are many job offers f
Begin this assignment by introducing yourself to classmatesgiving your name, current occupation, and
areas of interest that might be covered by this course.
Next, share your ideas, observations, and experiences regarding building your finances.
Answer the
Running header: W1 A3
1
Problem Exercise 1
Joshua Bare
ACC 5310 Accounting Information Systems
February 23, 2016
Professor Kuhn
South University Online
Running header: W1 A3
2
CHAPTER 1 Accounting Information Systems: An Overview
Problem 1.5
The Howard Le
Panache, Inc.
Pension Worksheet 2009-2010
General Journal Entries
Other
Comprehensive
Income
Items
Balance, Jan. 1, 2009
Service cost
Interest cost
Actual return
Unexpected loss
Amortization of PSC
Contributions
Benefits
Increase in PBO
Annual
Pension
Exp