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June 30, 2015

June 30, 2015

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**value of money**

can you show me how to do this one too?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

You want to have $1,000,000 in your bank account when you turn 65 years old. Today is your 20th birthday. As a birthday present you received $27,000 and you want to invest this amount. At what annual interest rate must you achieve to realize this goal?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

At what annual nominal rate of interest will $6,900 earn $6,400 interest in five years?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

At 16% compounded quarterly, how long would it take for money to triple?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

Suppose you had three different offers for your used car. One person will give you $1,000 right now, another offers $1,200 six months from now and the other offers $1,600 two years from now. If interest is 16% compounded quarterly, which offer is worth the most.
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

Billy Burnett's grandfather willed Billy $10,000 payable on his twenty-first birthday. What will be the value of the bequest when Billy reaches 17 years of age if money is worth 8% compounded semi-annually?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

Which is a better rate of interest, 16% compounded quarterly or 16 1/4% compounded semi-annually?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

A deposit of $2,000 earns interest at a rate of 14% compounded quarterly. After two and a half years the interest rate changes to 13.5% compounded monthly. How much is in the account after six years?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

Deposits of $1,000, $1,100 and $680 were made into a savings account, the first two years ago, the second 18 months ago, the third 6 months ago. How much is in the account now if the interest on all deposits is 12% compounded semi-annually?
*July 8, 2011*

**value of money**

Find the compound amount if $6,400 is invested for 2 years at 12% compounded monthly. What difference would compounding daily make in this example?
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

can you help me with this question? I do not understand how to do it.
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

A feed company is developing a feed supplement from two grains A and B. Each kilogram of A contains 0.3 grams of protein and 0.2 grams of carbohydrates; each kilogram of B contains 0.9 grams of protein and 0.1 grams of carbohydrates. There must be at least 27 grams of protein ...
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

I am having trouble with this one as well. please help!
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

Minimize z = 3x + 6y subject to: 4x + y ≥ 20 x + y ≤ 20 x + y ≥ 10 x ≥ 0 y ≥ 0 Graph the feasibility region. Identify all applicable corner points of the feasibility region. Find the point(s) (x,y) that minimizes the objective function z = 3x + 6y.
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

A manufacturer has a maximum of 240, 360, and 180 kilograms of wood, plastic and steel available. The company produces two products, A and B. Each unit of A requires 1, 3 and 2 kilograms of wood, plastic and steel respectively; each unit of B requires 3, 4 and 1 kilograms of ...
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

A manufacturer produces two items, bookcases and library tables. Each item requires processing in each of two departments. Department I has 40 hours available and department II has 36 hours available each week for production. To manufacture a bookcase requires 2 hours in ...
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

A company is planning to purchase and store two items, gadgets and widgets. Each gadget costs $2.00 and occupies 2 square meters of floor space; each widget costs $3.00 and occupies 1 square meter of floor space. $1,200 is available for purchasing these items and 800 square ...
*July 8, 2011*

**linear programming**

Maximize z = 16x + 8y subject to: 2x + y ≤ 30 x + 2y ≤ 24 x ≥ 0 y ≥ 0 Graph the feasibility region. Identify all applicable corner points of the feasibility region. Find the point(s) (x,y) that maximizes the objective function z = 16x + 8y.
*July 8, 2011*

**linear equations**

A manufacturer makes two products A and B, each of which is processed in two departments, production and finishing. Each A takes 3 hours to produce and six hours to finish, whereas each B takes 5 hours to produce and 2 hours to finish. How many units of A and B can be produced...
*July 8, 2011*

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