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# ALGEBRA WITH APPL MATH 111

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Math 111 Some Skills to Review for the Final First look at the previous review files for Midterrns 1 and 2 Besides the material from the two midterrns review the following newer concepts and skills 1 Sequences o How to determine if a given sequence is additive multiplicative or neither 0 Know how to nd and use recursive formulas for additive and multiplicative sequences EX Ak1 Ak 5 or Mk1 5 Mk or Mk3 53 Mk 0 Be able to determine explicit formulas for additive and multiplicative sequences EX AkA05k or MkM05k 0 Understand the relationship between multiplier m and proportionate change p Speci cally understand the two ways to get Mk1 from Mk o Mk1m Mk think bacteria population 0 Mk1Mk1 r think interest in an account 0 Know how to compute proportionate change and percent change over a given time period New Old 1 chan e gtlt100 P quot7 Old 0 g P 0 2 Simple Interest interest is applied to the principal P only The account balance after t interest periods at a rate ofr X 100 is A t P 1rt 3 Compounded Interest Formulas interest is applied to the entire balance each time CAF where P initial quantity k of compounding and r rate per compounding period in decimal form Useful in problems with accounts compounded annually or with strange compounding periods nt 0 The general CAF discretely compounded interest At P 1 1 n Pinitial amount ryearly rate in decimal form n of compoundings a year and tof years Use this if you re given an annual rate and an indication of how many times a year the interest is compounded eg monthly Given enough information you should be able to solve for a At lture values b AOP present value c Interest rate r d of years t requires natural log be able to use it 0 Continuous Compounding Given enough information you should be able to solve for a At lture values b AOP present value c rate r requires natural log d of years t requires natural log be able to use it quotAI A0 Understand that the annual percentage yield APY s the percentage change in the balance of an account over a oneyear period and that it s greater than or equal to the nominal annual interest rate listed by the bank 0 Know how to compute the APY m 1 X 100 1 X 100 Math 111 Skills to Review for the Final Look at the reviews for Midterms 1 and 2 Besides the material from the two midterms review the following skills 1 Sequences 0 How to tell if a given sequence is additive multiplicative or neither 0 Know how to find and use recursive formulas for additive and multiplicative sequences EX Ak1 Ak 5 or Mk1 5 Mk or Mk3 53Mk Be able to determine explicit formulas for additive and multiplicative sequences Understand the relationship between multiplier m and proportionate change p Specifically understand the two ways to get Mk1 from Mk o Mk1m Mk think bacteria population 0 Mk1Mk p Mk think interest in an account 0 Know how to compute proportionate and change over a given time period 2 Simple Interest interest is applied to the principal P only The account balance after t interest periods at a rate of r x 100 is AtP1rt 3 Compounded Interest Formulas interest is applied to the entire balance each time 0 CAP where P initial quantity k of compoundings and rprop change Useful in population problems or problems with accounts compounded annually or with strange compounding periods 0 The general CAF discretely compounded interest At P 1 1 n Pzinitial amount ryearly rate in decimal form n of compoundings a year and tof years Use this if you re given an annual rate and an indication of how many times a year the interest is compounded eg monthly Given enough information you should be able to solve for a At future values b A0P present value c Interest rate r d of years t requires natural log be able to use it 0 Continuous Compounding Given enough information you should be able to solve for a At future values b A0P present value c rate r requires natural log d of years t requires natural log be able to use it A1 0 Knowhowtocomputethe APYm 1gtlt1000 gtlt100 A0 Understand that the APY is the percentage change in the balance of an account over a one year period and that it s greater than or equal to the nominal annual interest rate listed by the bank

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