Chapter 1: Linear Equations
In this Chapter we will provide the basic techniques in financial calculation and will concentrate
mainly on forming and solving Linear Equations. We begin the chapter with
Chapter 2: System of Linear Equations
2.1
Definition and Examples
A system of linear equations is a collection of two or more linear equations, each having one or
more variables.
For example, the two
Lecture 2: Week 2 (FM101)
I. Basic Simplex Method
We shall be considering the Maximization problem only, with all constraints of
less than or equal to type.
Steps:
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Set up the Initial Ba
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Problem Set 2 (Week 3 Tutorial): FM101
Part A: Use Linear Interpolation Method to approximate the value for the given
variable.
(1) If
then use the method of linear interpolation to find the value o
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Faculty of Business and Economics
SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
FM101: FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
FINAL EXAM SEMESTER 1, 2015
Reading Time allowed: 10 minutes
WritingTi
Major assignment
Due date: Friday 16th September 2016, (End of week 9)
Total Marks: 100 marks
Value: 30%
Question 1 (10 marks)
Arc.
a) In 2000 the cost of 3 CO1 ct car averaged $27,500 In 2003, th
Applications of functions in Business
Total Cost, Revenue, and Profit- The profit a firm makes in a product is the difference between the revenue
(amount received in sales) and its costs (amount spent
FM101 Financial
Mathematics (DFL)
Week 2: Tutorial Guide
Prepared by: Ronald R. Kumar
Sem. II, 2014 (revised)
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Some Hints for your tutorial practice. I assume that by now, you have read your
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MATHEMATICS
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BASIC ALGEBRA
AND LINEAR
EQUATIONS
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Unit 1: Basic Algebra and Linear Equations
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Unit 1: B
School of Accounting and Finance
FM101
Financial Mathematics
Semester 2, 2015
Distance & Flexible Mode
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Problem Set (Week 9-10 Tutorial): FM101
1. Convert an annuity with quarterly payments of $300 into an equivalent annuity with:
half yearly payments if money is worth 15% p.a. compounded half yearly;
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