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Ava-May Nelson
2020-10-26
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Saving for college in 20 years, a father wants to accumulate $40,000 to pay for his daughter's college expenses.
If he can 6% interest, compounded quarterly, how much must he invest now to achieve his goal?
Line
2020-10-23
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Trust Fund A philanthropist deposits $5000 in a trust fund that pays 7.5% interest, compounded continuously. The balance will be given to the college from which the philanthropist graduated after the money has earned interest for 50 years.
How much will the college receive?
Jerold
2020-10-21
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Find the x-and y-intercepts of the given equation.
\(\displaystyle{g{{\left({x}\right)}}}={2}{x}+{4}\)
ediculeN
2020-10-21
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To calculate:
The points needed on the final to average the points to 75 when the final carries double weight.
Given information:
Grades in three teste in College Algebra are 87,59 and 73.
The final carries double weight.
The average after final is 75.
beljuA
2020-10-20
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Sketch a graph of the function. Use transformations of functions when ever possible.
\(\displaystyle{f{{\left({x}\right)}}}={\left|{x}+{1}\right|}\)
floymdiT
2020-10-18
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Determine whether each statement is true or false. If the statement is false, make the necessary change(s) to produce a true statement. 1 gram = 1000 kilograms ___
a2linetagadaW
2020-10-18
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Find the x-and y-intercepts of the graph of the equation algebraically.
\(\displaystyle{4}{x}-{5}{y}={12}\)
Haven
2020-10-18
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To calculate: The probability that a student chosen randomly from the class is not going to college if the number of students in a high school graduating class is 128, out of which 52 are on the honor roll, and out of these, 48 are going to college. The number of students who are not on the honor roll is 76,out of these 56 are going to college.
Braxton Pugh
2020-10-18
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To calculate:
The points needed on the final to avetage the points to 75.
Given information:
Grades in three tests in College Algebra are 87, 59 and 73.
The average after final is 75.
facas9
2020-10-18
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Self-Check A student scores 82, 96, 91, and 92 on four college algebra exams. What score is needed on a fifth exam for the student to earn an average grade of 90?
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