Business Mathematics (MATH107)
Assignment 6
1.
An investor bought 5,000 shares of BC Resources at .75 and received a dividend of .05. He then sold them at .80. What was the
investors total gain? (4 MARKS)
Purchase Price = 5,000 x .755 = $3,775
Dividend =
Business Mathematics (MATH107)
Assignment 4
1.
If money is worth 13 % compounded semi-annually, what will have accumulated from end-of-monthly $160 deposits after 15
years? (6 MARKS)
R = $160
2.
n = 5 x 4 = 20
i = .135/2 = .0675
f = (1 + .0675) 1/6 1) = .
Total Marks: 100
It is extremely important to show all workings on this assignment.
1.
What is the value of a $5,200 debt incurred 2 years ago if money is worth
13 percent compounded semi-annually?
S=P(1+I)n
S=5200(1+.0675)4
S=5200(1.2985885)
S=6752.6599
Assignment 3
1. An annuity in which payments are made and interest is
compounded at the end of every month is known as:
Ordinary Annuity
(1 mark)
2. J. Carson donated $650,000 for annual scholarships, and
this money was invested at 10.5 percent compounded
MATH 170 W10 Test 1 Solutions
1
1. Write the negation for the following statements:
a) real numbers x, if x > 4 then x2 > 16.
Solution: real number x such that x > 4 and x2 16.
b) real number x such that x is irrational and x2 is rational.
Solution: real
MATH 111
Fall 2007
Practice Final Solutions
1. Prove or disprove the following statement:
Let A, B, and C be sets. Then (A B) C = (A C) (B C).
The statement is true.
First we will prove that (A B) C (A C) (B C). Let x (A B) C.
Then x A B and x 6 C. Then x
MATH 170 W10 Test 2 Solutions
1
1. Suppose a finite string consists of characters which can either be digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
or letters A, B, C, D, E, F.
a) How many strings are there with only 2 characters, one being a digit and the
other be
MATH 170 W12 Assignment 4 Solutions
1
1. Using the pigeon-hole principle, show that within any set of thirteen integers chosen
from 2 through 40, there are at least two with a common divisor greater than 1. Hint:
look at primes.
Solution There are exactly
MATH 170 W12 Test 1 Solutions
1
1. Construct a truth table for (p q) ( p q). Is the statement a tautology, a
contradiction, or neither?
p
T
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F
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q
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(p q) (p q)
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The statement is neither a tautology nor a contradiction
MATH 111
Test 3 (12/11/07) - Solutions
1. Let A and B be nonempty sets. Is it true or false that every function from A to B is
also a relation from A to B? Explain.
This is true. Every function is a relation: a function from A to B is defined as a relatio
1
MATH 139 W10 Final Exam
Name:
April 19, 2010
Note: Please show all work.
Dr. S. McGuinness
Total points = 75
1. Write the negation of each of the following statements:
(4pts)
a) real numbers x, x > 1 and x2 < 12.
b) computer programs P , if P has errors
MATH 170 W12 Assignment 2 Solutions
1
1. Show that if a and b are integers where a = 0 and b = 0, and r is a rational number,
a + b2
then
+ r is rational.
a2 b
Solution Since a and b are integers, a2 + b2 are integers. Thus a2 + b2 is an integer
2
(by Fac
Math 111
Final Exam Solutions
May 15, 2006
1. Prove that for every odd integer n, 6n2 + 5n + 4 is odd.
If n is odd, then n = 2k+1 for some k Z. Then 6n2 +5n+4 = 6(2k+1)2 +5(2k+1)+4 =
6(2k + 1)2 + 10k + 5 + 4 = 6(2k + 1)2 + 10k + 9 = 2(3(2k + 1)2 + 5k + 4)
MATH 111
Test 3 (12/10/07) - Solutions
1. Let A = cfw_1, 2, 3 and B = cfw_4, 5, 6. Give an example of a relation from A to B that is
not a function from A to B.
The set R = cfw_(1, 4) is a relation from A to B (because it is a subset of A B), but
not a fu
MATH 170 W12 Assignment 1 Solutions
1
1. Construct a truth table for (p r) (p q). Decide whether the statement is a
tautology, contradiction, or neither.
Solution
p
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T
F
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q
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pr
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MATH 1700/1390
MIDTERM 1
February 23, 2016
NAME_SOLUTION_
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contradiction or neither?
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