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Question 2
Timothy deposited $1,023.48 in a savings account that earns 2.4% simple interest. What will Timothy’s account balance be in 5 months?
Answer
$1,023.48
$1,033.71
$1,048.04
$1,146.30
Question 3
Newton currently has a balance of $1,716.18 in an account he has held for 29 years. He opened the account with an initial deposit of $784. What is the simple interest rate on the account?
Answer
4.1%
3.4%
7.5%
1.9%
Question 4
Jerry currently has an account balance of $1,109.80. His initial deposit on the account was $775 and it earned 2.7% simple interest. How long has Jerry held the account?
Answer
37 years
11 years
16 years
53 years
Question 8
Galvin has deposited $879 in a savings account that earns interest at a rate of 1.8% compounded quarterly. What will the account balance be in 14 years?
Answer
$894.82
$1,582.20
$1,130.28
$2,387.07
Question 10
Karen currently has an account balance of $7,062.25. She opened the account 17 years ago with a deposit of $2,640.95. If the interest compounds monthly, what is the interest rate on the account?
Answer
5.8%
4.1%
0.5%
7.2%
Question 11
Whitney opened a savings account 25 years ago with a deposit of $4,280.83. The account has an interest rate of 5.4% compounded twice a year. How much interest has Whitney earned?
Answer
$4,511.99
$11.661.19
$16,219.97
$11,939.14
Question 12
Rhonda deposited $4,227.29 into a savings account with an interest rate of 4.9% compounded monthly. About how long will it take for the account to be worth $9,000?
Answer
15 years, 6 months
33 years, 2 months
15 years, 10 months
3 years, 8 months
Question 13
Perry deposited $8,250 into a savings account 13 years ago. The account has an interest rate of 4.7% and the balance is currently $14,988.59. How often does the interest compound?
Answer
quarterly
daily
monthly
annually
Question 15
A video game has been developed whereby the player must earn a certain number of experience points before progressing to the next level.
On level 1, a player must earn 2 experience points.
On level 2, a player must earn 4 experience points.
On level 3, a player must earn 7 experience points.
On level 4, a player must earn 11 experience points.
Which recursive equation represents the pattern?
Answer
an = an – 1 + n
an = an – 1 – n
an = an – 1 + 2n
an = an – 1 – 2n
Question 16
Tonya purchased a building for $295,150. The land appreciates about 5.6% each year. What is the value of the land after 17 years?
Answer
$745,297.04
$110,806.87
$319,460.14
$576,132.80
Question 17
Malory purchased a car for $21,825. It depreciates about 5.8% each year. What is the value of the car after six years?
Answer
$21,199.67
$15,249.64
$30,610.35
$14,229.90
Question 18
The yearly attendance at a local restaurant is 36,500 and grows continuously at a rate of 5.6% each year. What is the approximate attendance at the restaurant in 12 years?
Answer
70,188
71,472
61,028
38,597
The yearly attendance at a local restaurant is 36,500 and grows continuously at a rate of 5.6% each year. What is the approximate attendance at the restaurant in 12 years?
Answer
70,188
71,472
61,028
38,597
Question 19
The population of a small town is 47,288 and has been continuously declining at a rate of 2.4% each year. What is the approximate population of the town in 21 years?
Answer
78,277
23,455
28,392
28,567
Please put the correct number and if you get it wrong it will come up, negs =/. Last test I got a 7/15. Help!
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Y=A(B)^x
Y is the final amount
X is the amount of time
B is the rate of change.
A is the initial amount.
The compounding formula is Y=A(1+ r/n)^nt
Where n is the number of times compounded, t is the amount of time, a is the inital value, r is the rate of change, and y is the final value.
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http://math.about.com/library/blcompoundinterest.htm
You can solve most of them with that calculator. I solved this one just as a test:
Tonya purchased a building for $295,150. The land appreciates about 5.6% each year. What is the value of the land after 17 years?
Answer
$745,297.04
$110,806.87
$319,460.14
$576,132.80
But learn to do this **** man:
Originally Posted by DDon1996
Y=A(B)^x
Y is the final amount
X is the amount of time
B is the rate of change.
A is the initial amount.

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Can you do it? I'm so confused ___
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Originally Posted by KevinMK0831
Can you do it? I'm so confused ___
Okay, look:
Galvin has deposited $879 in a savings account that earns interest at a rate of 1.8% compounded quarterly. What will the account balance be in 14 years?
Y=A(1+r/n)^nt
with the variables as defined in my first post.
Y=879(1+.018/4)^4(14)
y=1130.3
$894.82
$1,582.20
$1,130.28
$2,387.07
The logical choice would be C.
That's compounded.
Simple is much easier:
Y=A(B)^x
Malory purchased a car for $21,825. It depreciates about 5.8% each year. What is the value of the car after six years?
Y=21,825(.942)^6
(The .942 comes from 1.058).
Y= 15,250
Answer
$21,199.67
$15,249.64
$30,610.35
$14,229.90
Logical choice would be B.
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********************************************
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Bench: 250 lbs > 275
Total: 915 > Goal: 1040

Lacrosse Player
Originally Posted by KevinMK0831
Can you do it? I'm so confused ___
Dude don't **** up math now. You still need it out of high school.

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Originally Posted by ohiostaterules7
Strong stats phaggot.
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Originally Posted by ohiostaterules7
strong remedial math. go back to 1st grade jr.
This... And holy shiiiit they give you guys multiple choice? Damn I havnt seen a multiple choice question in ages.
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You need help with this ****? Wait till calculus and rates you dumbass.

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Didn't you call out my math skills a while back?
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Still not sure if OP knows how to do these problems... Lol.
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il try to help bro.
Timothy deposited $1,023.48 in a savings account that earns 2.4% simple interest. What will Timothy’s account balance be in 5 months?
Answer
you gotta set it up like this (oh btw not the real way to do it BUT it gets the answer) also takes longer. but since u didnt get the formula.
you want to find out what 2.4% of 1,023.48 is. so 1,023.48  2.4%
____________________________________________ ?  100%
1,023.48 * 2.4 = 2,456.35. Then you divide 2,456.35 / 100 = 24.56
24.56 * 5 (months) = 122.81 then 1,023.48 + 122.81 = 1,146.29
$1,023.48
$1,033.71
$1,048.04
$1,146.30 is your answer. Round it. Obviously
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Originally Posted by cowmooolester93
il try to help bro.
Timothy deposited $1,023.48 in a savings account that earns 2.4% simple interest. What will Timothy’s account balance be in 5 months?
Answer
you gotta set it up like this (oh btw not the real way to do it BUT it gets the answer) also takes longer. but since u didnt get the formula.
you want to find out what 2.4% of 1,023.48 is. so 1,023.48  2.4%
____________________________________________ ?  100%
1,023.48 * 2.4 = 2,456.35. Then you divide 2,456.35 / 100 = 24.56
24.56 * 5 (months) = 122.81 then 1,023.48 + 122.81 = 1,146.29
$1,023.48
$1,033.71
$1,048.04
$1,146.30 is your answer. Round it. Obviously
The answer to that question is 1033.71 though.
You have to divide 24.56 by 12 before multiplying it by 5 with your method.
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ITT: OP is asian, and getting math help from a bodybuilding forum.
DDon are you in the tenth grade? When did you learn this stuff lol.
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Originally Posted by SomeRandom
ITT: OP is asian, and getting math help from a bodybuilding forum.
DDon are you in the tenth grade? When did you learn this stuff lol.
Simple interest is kind of Alg 1 stuff IIRC which was 8th grade and compounding interest was this year.
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Originally Posted by DDon1996
The answer to that question is 1033.71 though.
You have to divide 24.56 by 12 before multiplying it by 5 with your method.
*realizes he was wrong* oops. Oh ****. How the eff did I graduate haha.
I have CF(genetic disease) hence my super small size.
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Different curriculum I suppose. I haven't seen compounding interest yet, and I don't remember even looking at simple interest. Have been taking highest available levels of math for the first two years of HS too.. (without going into sr. classes)
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Originally Posted by SomeRandom
Different curriculum I suppose. I haven't seen compounding interest yet, and I don't remember even looking at simple interest. Have been taking highest available levels of math for the first two years of HS too.. (without going into sr. classes)
Which courses specifically have you taken?
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Originally Posted by DDon1996
Simple interest is kind of Alg 1 stuff IIRC which was 8th grade and compounding interest was this year.
This sounds right. I did this simple/compound stuff in grade 9. Lol writing a math exam today, garuntees 10 pages of graphing and trig equations, with only one of these questions thrown in... Damn
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