# Discuss Finite Mathematics

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Order Paper NowI have 4 weeks of a finite mathematics class left to do.

There is a discussion with 2 responses, homework (which is usually 7-10 give or

take) true or false questions which need examples explaining why it is true or

false and a quiz due each week. Discussions are due Sundays, and homework and

quizzes due Tuesday. I cannot copy and paste the quizzes but the rest I can. Below

is an example of homework which would be the first thing I need done. There is also one Final exam as well which

should be multiple choice as is all quizzes. You can work as fast as you want

or week to week. If you work ahead I will be able to do the responses to

discussions.

Week 5. (Due Tuesday

March 4^{th} along with roughly 20 question quiz I cannot copy and

paste. I will have to supply password at later time. Each weeks discussion and

homework must be done before quiz is unlocked. I can provide all other weeks assignments and such after agreement is made

Homework Week 5

1.True or false. When simple interest is used, the

accumulated amount is a linear function of time.

2.True or false. Compound interest that is converted once a

year is the same as simple interest.

3.True or false. If interest is compounded annually, then the

effective rate of interest is the same as the nominal rate of interest.

4.True or false. The present value is always smaller than

the future value.

5.True or false. The future value of an annuity can be found

by adding together all the payments that are paid into an account.

6.True or false. The periodic

payment R where __R=pi__ and P is the loan amount and i is the interest

per

1-(1+i)⁻ᶰ

period that will amortize the loan at the end of the term

comprising n periods.

7.True or false. A sinking fund is the accumulated amount to

be realized at some future date (the end of the term) when a fixed number of

periodic payments are paid into an account earning interest at the rate of i

per period.