5.3 Annuities, Future Value
Thursday, October 03, 2013
4:18 PM
The previous material involved a one-time (lump sum) deposit or
loan and the interest accrued, either simple or compound.
Now we will dis
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Section 6.6: Applications of Matrices
Sunday, October 27, 2013
2:32 PM
Solving an equation involving matrices
Say we have an equation 2x=4. How did we solve
for x? We multiplied each side by the inver
Temple UniversitySTAT 1001: Quantitative Methods for Business
Professor Andrew Gehman
Chapter 5: Financial Equations
Here is an easy way to help identify which financial math equation
to use for certa
Statistics for
Psychology
PSY 1003
Syllabus Questions
Chapter 1: Displaying the Order of
Numbers Using Tables and Graphs
Statistics
Math that seeks to organize, analyze, and interpret a group of
numbe
AGENDA
Finish Chapter 1, begin homework
Start chapter 2
FREQUENCY TABLES CONT.
When asked to list possible values, you write all of the numbers that would be on the left of the
frequency table
Fin
Chapter 3
Inferential statistics
Week 2 Check ins
Textbook
Homework
Inferential Statistics
Researchers use inferential statistics to make more
general conclusions about the theoretical principle or
STAT 10/18
Solving exponential equations
1. To solve, make the bases the same and set the exponents equal to each other
Example:
2x
81 =3
x1
,
2x
( 34 ) =3( x1)
,
8 x=x1 ; x=
1
7
2. When the bases can
STAT 10/27
Rule of 72
1.
72
=n years
r
r = interest rate
n = number of years
2. Basic compound interest formula:
r
m
mt
( )
A=P 1+
A = future value
P = present value or principle
r = interest rate
m =
STAT 09/13
First Degree Equations
1. Linear equations - to solve: get variable on one side, numbers on the other
You may have to distribute to solve as well as combining like-terms
Reduce when you c
Section 6.4: Basic Matrix Operations
Friday, October 25, 2013
11:24 AM
What is a matrix?
A matrix is a way to organize numbers in a rectangular format
(like a table). These matrices are used to solve
Section 6.5: Matrix Products and Inverses
Tuesday, November 05, 2013
9:54 AM
Matrix Products:
Let A and B be two matrices. In order to multiply these two
matrices, the number of columns in A and the n
1.6 First-degree Equations
Thursday, August 29, 2013
12:03 PM
What is an equation? It is when we have 2 algebraic expressions
(with variables, generally) that are equal.
First degree equations (the fi
5.4: Annuities, Present Value, and Amortization
Thursday, October 10, 2013
4:45 PM
Our previous examples involved an account starting at $0 that
received regular deposits with compounded interest for
Week 3
Chapter 3 review and Chapter 4
Homework Questions?
Normal Curve Table to find actual
Percentages
Ch. 3 Review
Molly wants to pursue a graduate degree at New University but is unsure
whether to
STAT 1001 Syllabus
Quantitative Methods for Business I
STAT 1001, Section 006, CRN 32088
Instructor:
Office:
Phone:
Class Hours:
Office Hours:
E-mail:
Rathi, Fall 2017
Fall 2017
Dr. Jaipal Rathi
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Physics 1004, Intro. to Astronomy
Temple University, F2017
Midterm 2
Answer the following questions as best you can. All multiple choice questions may require more
than one answer to be selected in or
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Spanish 1001
Repaso para el examen final: ANSWER KEY
A. Estados fsicos y anmicos
1. i - tiene calor
2. n- tiene sed
3. m- tiene prisa
4. f- est e
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Spanish 1001
Repaso para el examen final
Estados fsicos y anmicos
A. Estados fsicos y anmicos. Asigna las expresiones a sus respectivos dibujos.
Ch 5, 6
What is the energy of one photon at the Sun's 550 nm black body maximum?
3.6e-19 J
The output power of the Sun is about 4e26 W. How many photons per second would this be if it were
all emitted
Physics 1004, Intro. to Astronomy
Temple University, F2017
Midterm 1
Answer the following questions as best you can. All multiple choice questions may require more
than one answer to be selected in or
Lab 4: Work, Power, and Energy
TUiD: 915104615
Jason Rodriguez
Group: Memuna Sillah, Ashley Fratantoni
Introduction:
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Spanish 3241
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Professor Shellhorse
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12/11/2017
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Newtons 2nd Law
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Introduction:
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3.4 Quadratic Functions
Sunday, September 01, 2013
7:43 PM
Remember, a quadratic function of a variable x is a function of the
form
Where a0
These function s graph as curves called parabolas.
We will
4.4 Logarithmic and Exponential Equations
Sunday, September 08, 2013
2:18 PM
Similarly to before, we can have equations that involve
logarithms or exponents.
Case 1: both sides of an equation involve
2.3 Linear models (and linear equations from 2.2)
Sunday, September 01, 2013
3:13 PM
One of the biggest topics of research in different areas (science,
social science, economics, statistics, etc.) is