The Pareto principle
The Pareto principle asserts that 80 percent of the results come from 20 percent of the course. The principle was named after Pareto, an Italian economist, who first observed this phenomenon. The Pareto principle is not a law but an observation.
Some other examples that Pereto observed include
20% of the features make 80% of the usage
20% of the employees produce 80% of the result
20% of the clients create 80% of the revenue
The applicable formula is
A = P x (1 + r)^n
where A is the amount after 4 years
P is principal amount $8000
r is interest rate = 3.85% or 0.0385
n = number of periods: 4
A = $8000 x ( 1 + 0.0385) ^4
A = $8000 x (1.0385)^4
A = $8000 x 1.163123
Sandra has a young child and would like to set money aside for her college education. Sandra should choose a 529 plan. A 529 plan, is a qualified tuition plan for saving money towards future college tuition. By putting money into this type of savings account, there are tax breaks and other financial benefits for the family and student once that student is in college.
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Max purchases a used car for $3400.
The sales tax paid was 62%
The tax amount would be 62% of $3,400
=62/100 x $3,400
=0.62 x $3,400
Tax amount = $2,108