Math 2303
Math of Finance
Using your calculator with more complex formulas
First, you must have a scientific calculator. A four-function calculator will not be
sufficient for some of the problems we will work. Also, no graphing calculators will be
allowed
Math 2303
Solving Equations
In this lesson, well review some techniques for solving equations and tackle the first of
the application problems.
Lets solve some equations. In each example, solve for x.
Example 1: 7 x 9 = 12
Example 2:
x
=4
5
Example 3:
x
+
Math 2303
Extra Credit Test 4
1. The height of a projectile (in feet) is given by the equation h = 16t 2 + vo t + ho where
vo is the initial velocity and ho is the height (in feet) from which the projectile is
launched. Suppose a rocket is launched from t
Math 2303
Extra Credit Assignment 2
You may work any, all or none of these problems as extra credit on Test 2. You paper is
due in class on the day Test 2 is administered in class. You are not allowed to use a
calculator on this assignment. Problems witho
Math 2303
Extra Credit Assignment 2
You may work any, all or none of these problems as extra credit on Test 2. You paper is
due in class on the day Test 2 is administered in class. You are not allowed to use a
calculator on this assignment. Problems witho
Math 2303
Extra Credit Test 3
You may work some, all or none of these problems for extra credit on Test 3. Your work
must be turned in at the beginning of the testing period on Thursday, April 9. No late
work will be accepted.
1. Complete the table and se
Math 2303
Extra Credit Test 3
You may work some, all or none of these problems for extra credit on Test 3. Your work
must be turned in at the beginning of the testing period on Thursday, April 9. No late
work will be accepted.
1. Complete the table and se
Math 2303
Extra Credit
Write complete solutions to the problems on notebook paper. You can do any number of
the problems that you want to.
1. A perfect number is one whose proper factors (i.e., all factors except the number
itself) add up to the number.
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