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1. When can you rule out the possibility that changes to variable X cause
changes to v
1. Consider a typical 30-year fixed rate mortgage. During which of the following years is the highest
portion of each payment applies to interest?
a. 30th year
b. 25th year
c. 15th year
d. 1st year
2. Calculate the monthly payment for a home mortgage of $
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1. The Social Security tax (also
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1. You want to find the mean weight of the apples in a barrel. What do
you need t
W06.05 1C Preparation Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
True or False: The set cfw_1, 3, 5, ., 101 contains the number 33.
A) True
B) False
Questi
on 2
0/1
point
True or False: 3.67 is a rational number.
A) True
B) False
Questi
on 3
1/1
point
Which description
W06.12 1D Preparation Quiz
W06.12 1D Preparation Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
Consider an argument in which Premise 1 is "If p, then q" and Premise 2 is "q is not true." What can
you conclude about p?
A) We cannot conclude anything about p.
B) p is not tru
Sarah's Financial Action Plan
Sarah's Daily Expense Record
(* Do Not Type In Any Gray Boxes*)
Debit
Cash
February Budget
Income
Employment
Financial Aid
Other
Total Income:
Goal
290.00
125.00
100.00
415.00
Goal
Savings (Short Term)
Emergency
Living Expens
W05.03 1A Preparation Quiz
1A Prep Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
A fallacy is
A) a deceptive argument.
B) a heated argument.
C) a statement that is untrue.
Questio
n2
1/1
point
Did you read this section in the textbook prior to taking the Quick Quiz?
A) yes
Q#1: What career year does interest surpass principal?
Question 1
1 / 1 point
Keep all the assumptions the same from your 401(k) instruction sheet (found at the beginning of the
Ponder/Prove practice questions) with the exception of projected investment s
4C Guided Practice
1.
Very Comfortable Retirement
Suppose you would like to have a retirement fund from which you can draw an
income of $100,000 per year-forever! How much would you need to have
invested by the time you retire? Assume an average APR of 6%
4B Guided Practice
1.
Describe in easy to understand language the difference between simple interest
and compound interest and why compounding truly makes a difference in the long run.
Simple interest is calculated based only in the original Amount (Princ
W03 8B Prep Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
The population of an endangered species is falling at a rate of 7%
per year. Approximately how long will it take the population to drop by
half?
A
17 years.
)
B
10 years.
)
C
7 years.
)
Question 2
1 / 1 point
Radioa
W04.11 4C Preparation Quiz
Question 4
1 / 1 point
The annual return on a 5-year investment is
Athe annual percentage yield that gives the same increase in the value
) of the investment.
B
the average of the amounts that you earned in each of the 5 years.
Question 4
1 / 1 point
A rural population is falling at a rate of 20% per decade. If you wish to
calculate its exact half-life, you should set the fractional growth rate
per decade to
A
0.2.
)
B
20.
)
C
-0.2.
)
Question 5
1 / 1 point
Which of the followin
W04 4B Prep Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
The annual percentage yield (APY) of an account is always
A
the same as the APR.
)
B
less than the APR.
)
C
at least as great as the APR.
)
Question 2
1 / 1 point
A bank account with compound interest exhibits what
W04.11 4C Preparation Quiz
Question 1
1 / 1 point
In the savings plan formula, assuming all other variables are constant,
the accumulated balance in the savings account
A
increases as n increases.
)
B
increases as APR decreases.
)
C
decreases as Y increas
Question 4
1 / 1 point
Consider two bank accounts, one earning simple interest and one
earning compound interest. If both start with the same initial deposit
(and you make no other deposits or withdrawals) and earn the same
annual interest rate, after two
W05.10 1B Preparation Quiz (Random)
Question 1
1 / 1 point
Consider the statement "You've got to play if you want to win." If you put this statement in the form if
p, then q, then q would be
A) "You've got to play if you want to win."
B) "You've got to pl
3-A
1. Suppose you are turning in a receipt to your ward financial
clerk for a reimbursement and
unfortunately only the final amount of $37.29 is showing on the
receipt. The ward clerk asks
for your help to calculate how much went to state sales tax in a
Math 108
Charting with Excel Project
Julio Casillas
FDMAT Math 108
Tom Paskett
Math 108
Charting with Excel Project
Sleeping data sheet, with the average , median,
minimum, maximum, range and standard deviation
Math 108
Charting with Excel Project
This
Sarah's Financial Action Plan
Sarah's Daily Expense Record
(* Do Not Type In Any Gray Boxes*)
Debit
Cash
February Budget
Income
Employment
Financial Aid
Other
Total Income:
Goal
290.00
125.00
100.00
415.00
Goal
Savings (Short Term)
Emergency
Living Expens
Julio Casillas
FDMAT 108
Mathematical tools for the real world
8/18/2015
The Pigeonhole Principle
The Pigeonhole principle sounds like a simple principle that requires some common
sense that 4 pigeons in three holes, one pigeon has to share the hole with
Unit 2 Exam Formula Sheet
Compound Interest paid n times per year:
= 1+
!"# !
!
Continuous Compound Interest:
= (!"#)(!)
Savings Plan (Annuity) Formula with Regular Payments:
= +
Compound Annual Growth Rate
Financial ToolBoxes
(Gray-shaded boxes are the outputs based on the given inputs above them. Do not type in the shaded boxes.)
APR
Compounding Periods
Present Value
Payment
Years
Future Value:
4.00%
12
150000.00
-716.12
15
($96,814.92)
APR
Compounding Per
2- C GUIDED PRACTICE SOLVE.
1.Supposethatyouhaveagoaltodrivetwomilesatanaveragerateof60milesperhour(mph).
Duringthefirst
mileyoutravelatarateof30mph.Howfastwouldyouneedtotravelduringthesecondmilein
ordertoreach
yourgoalof60mphforthetotaltwomiledistance?(H