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The formula can taken through the compounded interest formula:

A= P(1+r/n) to the power of n time t.

A= P(1+r/n) to the power of n time t.

P = is the initial amount or the principal

r = interest rate (annually)

t = years or tenor of the deposit

A = total amount of money after the tenor

n = frequency of the compound

Guest #6876648

2 months ago

I just learned this topic today so I am just telling you now that I could be wrong, as I am still trying to completely grasp it!

Use the formula y=b(1+r)^t to solve....

B= initial amount

R= rate

So what is your initial amount??? The initial amount is 3500, which makes your rate 3.5%. YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR PERCENT TO A DECIMAL! (0.035)

Plug in your work: f(t)3500(1+0.035)

Then REMEMBER TO SIMPLIFY! YOU CAN NOT FORGET THIS STEP, IF THIS IS FROM A QUIZ YOU WILL GET THE ANSWER WRONG IF YOU DO NOT!!! (Trust me, I know. I have to retake my quiz for this :o )

Do 1+0.035 and get 1.035

So, again plug in and I am pretty sure you should get the answer:**f(t)=3500(1.035)^t**

Use the formula y=b(1+r)^t to solve....

B= initial amount

R= rate

So what is your initial amount??? The initial amount is 3500, which makes your rate 3.5%. YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR PERCENT TO A DECIMAL! (0.035)

Plug in your work: f(t)3500(1+0.035)

Then REMEMBER TO SIMPLIFY! YOU CAN NOT FORGET THIS STEP, IF THIS IS FROM A QUIZ YOU WILL GET THE ANSWER WRONG IF YOU DO NOT!!! (Trust me, I know. I have to retake my quiz for this :o )

Do 1+0.035 and get 1.035

So, again plug in and I am pretty sure you should get the answer:

Question

What is 1.69 x 10^-5 written in standard form

Solution 1

I believe(and i may be wrong), it's .0000169. forgive me if I'm wrong.

Question

When Louisa rented a moving truck, she agreed to pay $28 per day plus $0.42 per mile. If she kept the truck 3 days and the rental charges (without tax) were $153.72, how many miles did Louisa drive the truck?

Solution 1

166 miles because

28*3= 84

153.72-84= 69.72

69.72/0.42= 166

28*3= 84

153.72-84= 69.72

69.72/0.42= 166

Question

In a sale, normal prices are reduced by 20%. The normal price of a coat is reduced by £15

Solution 1

75 pounds. If 20 percent is 15 then 100 percent is 5*15

Question

A trapezoid has an area of 20 cm2 and a height z cm. The lengths of the parallel sides are (2z + 3) cm and (6z – 1) cm. Find the height, z, of the trapezoid. In your final answer, include all of the formulas and calculations necessary.

Solution 1

Area of a trapezoid = ½(a + b)h, where a and b are the lengths of the parallel sides and h is its height.

From your information 20 = ½(2z + 3 + 6z – 1)z = ½(8z + 2)z = z(4z + 1)

Solve 20 = 4z² + z which is 0 = 4z² + z – 20 using the quadratic formula

From your information 20 = ½(2z + 3 + 6z – 1)z = ½(8z + 2)z = z(4z + 1)

Solve 20 = 4z² + z which is 0 = 4z² + z – 20 using the quadratic formula

Question

3.25 as a mixed number in simplest form.

Solution 1

3.25 is can be written by using 325/100, this is equal to 13/4 when reduced to the lowest terms.

Therefore 3.25 as a mixed number in simplest form is: 31/4

Good luck with your studies, I hope this helps~

Therefore 3.25 as a mixed number in simplest form is: 31/4

Good luck with your studies, I hope this helps~

Question

The sum of eight and a number is one hundred. What is the number? a.12.5
b.88
c.92
d.108

Solution 1

It is C. 92.

hope this helps you

hope this helps you

Question

The number 2.31 is 2,200 times greater than 1.05 .
Find the correct value of x and y.

Solution 1

D. x = 13 and y = 10

Question

If a graph of a set has an open circle on 1/2 and an arrow pointing to the right, then which of the following numbers is in the set? Please help :) 3/8
1/2
5/6

Solution 1

According to the question, if you graph this on a number line, it basically means any number that is greater than (arrow points to the right is all numbers greater than).

Open circle means that is **not **included.

So we are looking for the option that is **greater than** .

If we divide the choices and make them decimal numbers, it is very easy to see which is the correct answer.

Clearly, is **greater than** . So third answer choice is correct.

**ANSWER:**

Solution 2

5/6 would be the best answer beside the other 2 choices that you have

Question

How to check if an equation is always, sometimes, or never true

Solution 1

When you get the answer, for example you got x=3. And you think its not correct. You can always do a check. Replace the number with the given variable. And if you got both sides same then your answer is correct. For example after doing a check you got 5=5. Then you are right. And if you got 2=4 then you are wrong.

Question

Write the first 4 terms for this sequence t(n)=4.5n-8

Solution 1

The first 4 **terms** for the given sequence are -3.5, 1, 5.5 and 10.

An **arithmetic sequence** is a sequence of numbers where the differences between every two consecutive terms is the same. The general form an arithmetic sequence is aₙ=a+(n-1)d.

The given **sequence** is t(n)=4.5n-8.

The first 4 terms for the sequence is

When n=1

t(1) =4.5×1-8

t(1) =-3.5

When n=2

t(2) =4.5×2-8

t(2) =9-8

t(2) =1

When n=3

t(3) =4.5×3-8

t(3) =13.5-8

t(3) =5.5

When n=4

t(4) =4.5×4-8

t(4) =18-8

t(4) =10

Therefore, the first 4 **terms** for the given sequence are -3.5, 1, 5.5 and 10.

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Solution 2

Evaluate t(1),t(2),t(3),t(4)

t(1)=4.5(1)-8=4.5-8=-3.6

t(2)=4.5(2)-8=9-8=1

t(3)=4.5(3)-8=13.5-8=5.5

t(4)=4.5(4)-8=18-8=10

the first 4 terms are

-3.6,1,5.5, 10

t(1)=4.5(1)-8=4.5-8=-3.6

t(2)=4.5(2)-8=9-8=1

t(3)=4.5(3)-8=13.5-8=5.5

t(4)=4.5(4)-8=18-8=10

the first 4 terms are

-3.6,1,5.5, 10

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