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Elementary Quantitative Methods
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ANNUITY AND AMORTISATION
Students often experience challenges with the annuity and amortisation sections of Mathematics of Finance. I hope the
analysis and examples below will enable you solve questions 11 20 of assignment 3 with ease
The basics of compound interest
Consider the basic equation for compound interest S = P(1 + R)T
If we think about this equation intuitively, youll notice that we are doing the following:
To get the accumulated value S at the end of the term, we have to gr
ANNUITIES
Here are more examples and exercises for you to do. Please let me know if you
have any difficulties with the activities.
Example 1
R20 000 is paid into a sinking fund every year for 5 years starting immediately.
Interest is 18% per year compound
Region satisfying a set of inequalities
Lets work through the example below
The first step will be to change the inequalities to equations so that we can plot the boundaries of the
inequalities.
Hence
2y + 5x = 10
3y -2x = 6
Y=4
We will now determine whic
Graphs of quadratic functions
Example:
Sketch the graph of y = 3x2 -3x 6
Note that a = 3, b = -3 and c = -6.
Procedure:
By inspection, we can see that the coefficient of x2 is 3 which is positive, hence the
function has a minimum turning point and will op
Sample Question on differentiating roots.
Question:
Differentiate the following f(p) = 6 4
+
Solution
=
and =
and = 5
Hence
f(p) = 6
- 4
+ 5
f(p) =6
- 4
+ 5
The derivative of the function is
f1(p) = 6 x
4 x
15
f1(p) = 4
Question 5
Find the future value if R1 000 if invested for 20 years at 8%, compounded
continuously.
[1] R4953.03
[2] R4926.80
[3] R4953.08
[4] R4952.99
[5] None of the above.
Question 8
Abby invests R2 000 at the end of each year for 36 years (until age 6
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Question 4 and 5 are based on the following information:
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The derivative of the
Index numbers and transformations revision questions
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The gold price is $1000.30 per ounce. The exchange rate is R14.32 = $1.00. What is the value of one
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Consider the system of equations
7x - y = -3
4x + y = 14
The values of x and y that satisfy both equations a
Functions and representation of functions revision questions
Questions 1, 2 and 3 are based on the following information:
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SCHEDULING NOTES
Last in First Out
An example is people going into and filing up a lift. The last ones to enter the lift are closest to the
door and would be 1st to get out. S o f A,B,C,D &E enter in this sequence their exit sequence would
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Collection, presentation and description of data revision questions
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The manager of pies for a