University of Virginia - math1140: Financial Mathematics
Exam 1
Fall 2011
7:00-9:00 pm, 26 Sep 2011
Honor Policy. For this exam, you must work alone. No resources may be used during the quiz. The only things you can use are this handout, your brain, a cal
Homework 9 - Solutions
Math 1140 Financial Mathematics
Collaboration Policy: You are encouraged to collaborate with your fellow students on this homework. You must turn in individual solutions and you are not allowed to use any written, typed,
or recorded
MATH 1140 - Section _
MIDTERM 3 - Outline
Spring 2013 Name (Print please): _
April 23, 2013
You must write legibly and show the work supporting your answers clearly organized to obtain
credit Notes or cellphones are not allowed
1. Carmela bought a new $nn
Math 1140 Sections 4.1/4.2 Homework
Instructions: Write legibly. You must clearly show all of your work to receive credit for a given problem,
and you must circle all of your answers. If you use more than one pa
Homework 10 - Solutions
Math 1140 Financial Mathematics
Collaboration Policy: You are encouraged to collaborate with your fellow students on this homework. You must turn in individual solutions and you are not allowed to use any written, typed,
or recorde
Homework 8 - Solutions
Math 1140 Financial Mathematics
Collaboration Policy: You are encouraged to collaborate with your fellow students on this homework. You must turn in individual solutions and you are not allowed to use any written, typed,
or recorded
Financial Mathematics: Homework #7
Ana Nora Evans
October 12, 2011
Problem 1
Dilbert makes annual deposits of $5000 on the rst day of each year for 20 years. If the effective
rate of interest is 7%, how much is in the account immediately after the last de
Financial Mathematics: Homework #6
Ana Nora Evans
October 12, 2011
Problem 1
Solve the inequality 3x + 9 < 2x + 1.
Answer:
We learned a few inequality properties:
(P1) If a < b, then a + c < b + c. In other words, we can add or subtract from both
sides an
Financial Mathematics: Homework #5
Ana Nora Evans
September 25, 2011
Problem 10 on page 47
Find the coupon equivalence of a 12-week bank discount rate of 8%.
Answer:
The coupon equivalence is the interest rate of an equivalent simple interest loan, that i
Financial Mathematics: Homework #4
Ana Nora Evans
September 12, 2011
Problem 1
Alice takes a 10% simple interest loan from Bob with a one year term. After n days Bob has some
nancial trouble and he sells the loan to Katie. Since Katie is a nice and genero
Financial Mathematics: Homework #3
Ana Nora Evans
September 8, 2011
Problem 1(Exercise 26, page 13)
On 5 February 2008 Pierce has $10, 000 in savings. The next date that interest is posted (added) to
his account is 1 June 2008. If Pierce withdraws his mon
Financial Mathematics: Homework #2
Ana Nora Evans
September 4, 2011
Problem 2 Assume you charged $3, 000 on the rst day of the credit card cycle and you dont
pay the balance on time. How much will you pay in nance charges and interest next cycle?
Answer:
Financial Mathematics: Homework #1
Ana Nora Evans
September 4, 2011
Problem 1 A small business has a prot of $22, 000. 15% of the prot is obtained by selling
apples. How much money does the small business make by selling apples?
Answer:
The business makes
University of Virginia - math1140: Financial Mathematics
Exam 2
Fall 2011
7:00-9:00 pm, 2 Nov 2011
Honor Policy. For this exam, you must work alone. No resources may be used during the quiz. The only things you can use are this handout, your brain, a calc
University of Virginia - math1140: Financial Mathematics
Exam 2
Fall 2011
7:00-9:00 pm, 2 Nov 2011
Honor Policy. For this exam, you must work alone. No resources may be used during the quiz. The only things you can use are this handout, your brain, a calc
MATH 1140 - Sections 001, 003
MIDTERM 2 Outline
March 7, 2013
You must write legibly and show the work supporting your answers clearly organized to
obtain credit Notes or cellphones are not allowed
1. A nnn day $xxx T-Bill has a winning bid of nn.575
a. (
MATH 1140 - Sections 001, 003
MIDTERM 1 - OUTLINE
Spring 2013
You MUST show your work - Write legibly and clearly organized - Notes or cellphones are not
allowed
a. (10 pts) Find the NPV (net present values) at N% and M%
b. (8 pts) Approximate the IRR (in
Math 1140 Sections 4.3/4.4 Homework
Instructions: Write legibly. You must clearly show all of your work to receive credit for a given problem,
and you must circle all of your answers. If you use more than one pa