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July 31, 2014

July 31, 2014

Total # Posts: 13

**math**

three fair coins are tossed. What is the probability that at least one is tail. Enter probability as a fraction

**math **

2.58*10^(-5)watts/cm2 find the number of decibels for the power of the sound given. Round to the nearest decibel.

**math **

solve the equations by finding the exact solution this is question from log 3=x-3

**math**

3Ine=In(ã(3))/(x)-3 Ine

**math**

solve the equations by finding the exact solution 3=x-3

**math**

Refer to the following list of closing costs for purchase of a $ 175,000 house requiring a 20% down payment and find each requested amount. Title insurance premium $ 240 Document recording fee 30 Loan fee ( two points) ….. Appraisal fee 225 Prorated property taxes 685 Pr...

**math**

Refer to the following list of closing costs for purchase of a $ 175,000 house requiring a 20% down payment and find each requested amount. Title insurance premium $ 240 Document recording fee 30 Loan fee ( two points) ….. Appraisal fee 225 Prorated property taxes 685 Pro...

**math**

Suppose a 60,000 martgage is to be amortized at 7.5% interest. Find the total amount of interest that would be paid for each term a) 10 years b) 30 years

**math**

Refer to the following list of closing costs for purchase of a $ 175,000 house requiring a 20% down payment and find each requested amount. Title insurance premium $ 240 Document recording fee 30 Loan fee ( two points) ….. Appraisal fee 225 Prorated property taxes 685 Pro...

**math**

Suppose a 60,000 martgage is to be amortized at 7.5% interest. Find the total amount of interest that would be paid for each term a) 10 years b) 30 years.

**Math**

Alfred Juarez paid off a 15,000 car lon over3 years with monthly payments of $ 487.54 each. Find the finance charge and the APR

**math**

A pair of dice are rolled find the following, a) the probability of doubles, b) the odds in favor of a sum greater than 2, c) the probability of sum that is even and less than 5

**math**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from a standard deck of 52 cards. Find the probability a) both cards are red ,b) both cards are the same color, c) the second card is a king given that the first card is a queen, d) the second card is the queen of hearts given that the ...

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