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You are in the 10% tax bracket The apartment sets for $1000 per month Your monthly mortgage payments would be $1900, of which an average of $1600 per month goes toward interest during the first year Determine whether renting or buying is cheaper inom of monthly payments during the first year. Assume you are itemizing deductions Is it cheaper town or to rent? O O It is cheaper to own lis cheaper to rent Click to select your answer Type che
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Find the savings plan balance after 2 years with an APR of 4% and monthly payments of $250. The balance is $ (Do not round until the final answer. Then round to the nearest cent as needed.) Enter your answer in the answer box O Type here to search
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Use the formula for continuous compounding to compute the balance in the account after 1,5, and 20 years. Also, find the APY for the account A $7000 deposit in an account with an APR of 3.6% The balance in the account after 1 year is approximately $ (Round to the nearest cent as needed.) The balance in the account after 5 years is approximately $ (Round to the nearest cent as needed.) The balance in the account after 20 years is approximately (Round to the nearest cent as needed.) The APY for the account is approximately (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Enter your answer in each of the answer boxes E O Type here to search hp
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Find the annual percentage yield (APY) in the following situation. A bank offers an APR of 4.8% compounded daily. The annual percentage yield is %. (Do not round until the final answer. Then round to two decimal places as needed.) Enter your answer in the answer box O Type here to search hp
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Calculate the amount of money you'll have at the end of the indicated time period. You invest $3000 in an account that pays simple interest of 6% for 20 years. The amount of money you'll have at the end of 20 years is $ Enter your answer in the answer box * Type here to search
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Compute the total cost per year of the following pair of expenses. Then complete the sentence: On an annual basis, the first set of expenses l Vern buys four lottery tickets each week at a cost of $5 each and spends 5650 per year on his textbooks % of the money spent to buy textbooks On an annual basis, the money spent on lottery tickets is (Round to the nearest percent as needed)
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Let y ∝ x^2.a) What happens to y if x is doubled?b) What happens to y if x is tripled?c) What happens to y if x is halved?d) What happens to y if x is quartered?
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Nolan Walker decided to buy a used snowmobile since his credit union was offering such low interest rates. He borrowed $4,400 at 4.75% on December 26, 2019, and paid it off February 21, 2021. How much did he pay in interest? (Assume ordinary interest and no leap year) (Use Days in a year table) (Do not found intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent.) 56 Interest paid 5 24600 References
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At Lincoln Library there are two ways to pay for copying. You can pay 11 cents a copy, or you can buy a plastic card for $5 and then pay 6 cents a copy. Let x be the number of copies you make. Write an equation for your costs for each way of paying. (Express C(x) in dollars.) C(x) = without card C(x) = with card (a) How many copies do you need to make before buying the plastic card is the same as cash? copies (b) If you wish to make 95 copies, which way of paying has the least cost? O with card Othey are the same O cannot be determined without card
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Let ABC be a right triangle with legs AB = 8 cm and AC = 9 cm. What is the largest possible area of a rectangle ADEF if the points D, E and F belong to the sides AB, BC and CA, respectively?
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A costumer pays $18 for a DVD that originally cost $20. What is the percent decrease in the cost of the DVD? A.2% B.10% C.11% D.18% Barbra chose c as the correct answer. How did she get that answer?
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A truck enters a stretch of road that drops 4 meters in elevation for every 100 meters along the length of the road. The road is at 1,300 meters elevation where the truck entered, and the truck is traveling at 16 meters per second along the road. What is the elevation of the road, in meters, at the point where the truck passes t seconds after entering the road?A. 1,300 - 0.04tB. 1,300 - 0.64tC. 1,300 - 4tD. 1,300 - 16t
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The diameters of bolts produced by a certain machine are normally distributed with a population mean of 11.0 milimeters (mm) and a population standard deviation of 0.2 mm. What is the probability that a randomly selected bolt will have a diameter within the lower and upper tolerances of 10.44 mm and 11.56 mm? Use 4 decimal places in answering.
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NEED HELP ASAP!!Soro bought a $50.00 bus card at the beginning of the week. Each bus ride costs $2.50. He needs to have at least $20.00 on his card at the end of this month.To determine how many bus rides he can take between now and the end of this month, Soro wrote and solved the following inequality:What error, if any, did Soro make when writing or solving this inequality?A)Soro’s original inequality should have been .B)Soro should have added 2.5 to each side for his first step.C)Soro should have reversed the inequality symbol when using the division property of inequality.D)Soro’s work shows no errors.
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Which graphs have rotational symmetry? Check all that apply
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Let X denote the life of a semiconductor laser (in hours) with the following probabilities: P(X ≤ 5000) = 0.05 and P(X > 7000) = 0.45. a. What is the probability that the life is less than or equal to 7000 hours? b. What is the probability that the life is greater than 5000 hours? c. What is P(5000 < X ≤ 7000)?
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Three cards are randomly selected from a standard 52-card deck, one at a time, with each card re- placed in the deck before the next one is picked. Find the probability of all three cards are hearts.
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A randomized, controlled experiment investigated this question using a random sample of 540 adult males as subjects. At the beginning of the study, researchers measured the blood pressure of all the subjects. Each subject was given a month's supply of either Drug A, Drug B, or a placebo, then was assigned to be on either a low-fat diet or a low-salt diet for that month-long period. At the end of the month, the researchers measured the blood pressure of each subject again, and compared the two blood pressure readings. How many different groups are there altogether in this study?
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Ted weighs twice as much as Julie. Mike weighs three times as much as Julie. Together, mike, and Julie weigh 210. lbs what is the weight of each person
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Caroline is planting flowers in her garden. She plants her first 7 flowers in 4 minutes. After 12 minutes, she has planted 21 different flowers. If Caroline keeps planting flowers at this rate, how long will it take her to plant all 70 flowers that she has?A. 28 minutesB. 40 minutesC. 56 minutesD. 70 minutes
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