Continuous Compound Interest Problems
MATH 104 and Math 184
October 27, 2013
1. Find the present value of $5000 to be received in 2 years if the money can be
invested at 12% annual interest rate compounded continuously.
Solution: $5000e12%2 = $6356.25
2.
Elasticity of Demand Problems
MATH 104 and Math 184
October 5, 2013
1. The current toll for the use of a highway is $2.50. Drivers use this highway
because of its convenience even though there are other routes that are free.
The provincial government does
Related Rates Problems Solutions
MATH 104/184
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1. The workers in a union are concerned whether they are getting paid
fairly or not. They are specically concerned at the rate at which
wages are increasing per year is lagging behind the rate of increas
MATH104/184
Business Optimization Problems
MATH 104/184
October 29, 2013
1. A fuel tank of volume 144 cubic meters consists of a cylindrical part
capped by hemispheres at each end. The construction cost is $5 per
square meter for the cylindrical wall, but
Math 104/184 - Test 1 Solutions - Friday September 22
1. [8 marks]Consider the following table of some values for a function f . Assume that
f 1 exists. Compute as many table entries of f 1 as you can and indicate with un
that the value is unknown to you
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Math 184 - Test 2 - Friday February 14, 2014, six pages
Please show your work. I expect some arguments and, typically, correct nal answers will not
receive full credit if no arguments are given. If you use a logarithm
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Math 184 - Test 3 - Monday March 10, 2014, seven pages
Please show your work. I expect some arguments and, typically, correct nal answers will not
receive full credit if no arguments are given. If you use a logarithm
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Math 184 - Test 1 - Friday January 24, 2014, six pages
Please show your work. I expect some arguments and, typically, correct nal answers will not
receive full credit if no arguments are given. If you use a logarithm fu
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Math 184 - Test 4 - Friday March 28, 2014, six pages
Please show your work. I expect some arguments and, typically, correct nal answers will not
receive full credit if no arguments are given. If you use a logarithm fu