Compound Interest
Original Principal 5,000
Add
Interest for first month (5,000 X 00.15) = 75.00
Principal at the end of the first month $5,075.00
Add
Interest for second month
(5,075 * 0.015) = 76.125
Exam
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Find parametric equations for the line described below.
1) The line through the points P(-1, -1, -3) and Q(-3, 2, -6)
Answer: x = -2t - 1, y = 3t - 1, z = -3t - 3
Find a parametrization for
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