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Asia M@GNU5 
could use some help with a couple of math problems, please 1. FV = 2,000, P = 1,750 m = 2,, t = 4 years i = ?, j = ? 2. FV = 30,000, P = 10,000, j = 16%, compound quarterly, i = ? n = ?, t = 7 years.
2021-10-21 16:46
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Korea Axiotimos
more like an economics problem maybe?
2021-10-21 16:47
Dude is this like 2nd semester? Those are some basics that you need to master
2021-10-21 16:48
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Asia M@GNU5
im still trying to catch up on logarithmic funcs since the prof too quick and just d shortcuts and not showing why is it like this and that and I'm also trying to catch up also with trigo identities
2021-10-21 16:50
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I can’t be bothered to explain but just look at the formula and think again
2021-10-21 16:53
cant help but bump
2021-10-21 16:49
There's a formula in Finance for that If interest is quarterly and time is 7 years, then n=28?
2021-10-21 16:52
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#11
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Asia M@GNU5
how you get 28?
2021-10-21 16:52
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4 (quarterly) x 7 = 28 if n=periods Interest 16% p.a = 4% quarterly = 0,04
2021-10-21 16:56
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Asia M@GNU5
aight thx lad
2021-10-21 16:57
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Asia M@GNU5
thx again
2021-10-21 16:58
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yw - hope it helped
2021-10-21 16:58
find the formula, fill in the formula, profit
2021-10-21 16:50
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#10
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Asia M@GNU5
2021-10-21 16:52
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wtf? thats serious answer lol you have formula, you have values, just fill in, wtf
2021-10-21 16:53
Gl man, i know the struggle learning this sit
2021-10-21 16:53
FV=PV(1+i)^n using this formula we get i=0.784 for the first question.
2021-10-21 16:59
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#22
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Asia M@GNU5
is taht 4 no. 1? or 2?
2021-10-21 16:59
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no.1
2021-10-21 16:59
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#25
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Asia M@GNU5
how you get the value of n? I see no n in the given
2021-10-21 17:01
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n=mt ( m=2 and t=4) so n=8
2021-10-21 17:02
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Asia M@GNU5
oh thank you dude
2021-10-21 17:03
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wait i think i made a mistake in the calculations.
2021-10-21 17:05
nvm i am dumb.
2021-10-21 17:06
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Asia M@GNU5
so nothing wrong? or a miscalculation?
2021-10-21 17:09
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no there is a slight mistake When using this formula FV=PV(1+i)^n. i didn't open the brackets properly. It seems like it would turn into a quadratic equation if we opened it. so we do [8 root of ( 2000/1750) ]-1 = i instead.
2021-10-21 17:12
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#37
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Asia M@GNU5
root?
2021-10-21 17:12
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when we send the 8 power from right side to left side it will turn into root.
2021-10-21 17:12
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Asia M@GNU5
oh i see what you mean
2021-10-21 17:13
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imgur.com/a/ZXS664i I solved it on paper. This is correct according to me. Still no idea what j is tho.
2021-10-21 17:19
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#50
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Asia M@GNU5
hmmm thx man. I'll have that checked twice when I get over with the problems Edit: this can be applied to no.2 also right?
2021-10-21 17:19
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Yeah it can be applied in number 2 as well.
2021-10-21 17:21
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#55
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Asia M@GNU5
aight thx again
2021-10-21 17:22
#27
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Germany ChRiZOwow
Why would someone do this? It looks like foreign alien language to me (((
2021-10-21 17:02
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#31
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Asia M@GNU5
i mean i can learn it myself if it wasn't rushed
2021-10-21 17:04
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Same as my prof, just google some book or search videos on youtube, its time saver rather than hearing your profesor.
2021-10-21 17:21
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#54
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Asia M@GNU5
i'll try those, but i'll have to kill my bad habits first before that
2021-10-21 17:22
idk what m is but for second one 30000=10000(1.04)^28 which does work out im just confused u dont have to solve for anything. the .04 is .16/4 (4 cuz quarterly) then u multiply the 7 by 4 for quarterly as well if ur confused by logarithms idk review them. if u have F=Pe^(rt) u go to ln(F/P) = rt, ln being log base e
2021-10-21 17:05
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Asia M@GNU5
2021-10-21 17:04
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so m=2 means compounded twice a year? in that case do 2000=1750(1+i)^(2 times 4) so 2000/1750=(1+i)^8 (2000/1750)^(1/8)-1=i i got i= .0168 or 1.68% then j would be just double that to account for i only being the half-year rate, assuming im right about what the variables represent
2021-10-21 17:14
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#41
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Asia M@GNU5
so j = 2i?
2021-10-21 17:14
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if j means interest per year and i means interest per compounding period, then in this case since the compounding period is half a year (or more clearly there are two compounding periods per year), yes. if it was quarterly j = 4i
2021-10-21 17:17
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#47
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Asia M@GNU5
oh yaaay i got it right for once. thx neighbor
2021-10-21 17:17
#34
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Asia M@GNU5
im on my way there in loga, by next week I'm literally going to cut video games for my better good
2021-10-21 17:07
just use calculator 4head
2021-10-21 17:14
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#43
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Asia M@GNU5
calculator no use if nothing is in the head ./. which is why I need some help
2021-10-21 17:15
Looks very difficult, where do you study and does it await me as well
2021-10-21 17:16
reported, nice idea asking this on HLTV in which most of us are blyats
2021-10-21 17:17
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#49
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Asia M@GNU5
why? is it not allowed asking for help?
2021-10-21 17:17
How is that even a math problem? You have formula (economic probably- value of money), put numbers provided there and thats it. If you cant grasp that you should not be studying this subject.
2021-10-21 17:20
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