## Friday, November 13, 2015

## Thursday, November 12, 2015

### Practice Test Answers

Thank you Ashley!!! In order

1: D

2: BCD (See the note on #6)

3: BC

4: C

5: ACD

6: BCE (Equations that ARE NOT functions have square roots in them. If y is to the power of 2, then you have to take the square root to solve it, which makes it not a function. Remember the graphing packet, all the functions that were not functions were square root problems)

7: A

8: BD

9: A (square roots only make numbers >= to 0)

10: -3

11: D

12: C

13: C

14: B

15: A

16: A

17: A

18: ACD

19: C

20: D

21: C

22: D

1: D

2: BCD (See the note on #6)

3: BC

4: C

5: ACD

6: BCE (Equations that ARE NOT functions have square roots in them. If y is to the power of 2, then you have to take the square root to solve it, which makes it not a function. Remember the graphing packet, all the functions that were not functions were square root problems)

7: A

8: BD

9: A (square roots only make numbers >= to 0)

10: -3

11: D

12: C

13: C

14: B

15: A

16: A

17: A

18: ACD

19: C

20: D

21: C

22: D

## Friday, November 6, 2015

### Friday 11/6

Int 1:

You have to solve two problems, using the compound interest equations:

A = P(1 +

Second Question. You won $2,000,000 in the lottery. You have to decide where to put your money. Wells Fargo gives you 2% compounded monthly where as Chase gives you 3% compounded every two months. Where should you go if you expect to keep your money there for 5 years?

You have to solve two problems, using the compound interest equations:

A = P(1 +

^{r}⁄_{n})^{nt}^{}^{Where:}^{P = Principal (starting amount)}^{r = interest rate in decimal}^{n = # compounding per year}^{t = time in years}^{}First question: You max out your credit card spending $1200. If you have an interest rate of 19%, and do not pay anything, how much will you owe after 6 months?Second Question. You won $2,000,000 in the lottery. You have to decide where to put your money. Wells Fargo gives you 2% compounded monthly where as Chase gives you 3% compounded every two months. Where should you go if you expect to keep your money there for 5 years?

^{}## Thursday, November 5, 2015

## Wednesday, November 4, 2015

### Wednesday 11/4

Int 1: Do # 1-8 on on page 434. If you need access, go here: successnetplus.com

Most of you, the user name and password is the same as your school computer. Or, just look below. If you click on them, they get pretty big.

Most of you, the user name and password is the same as your school computer. Or, just look below. If you click on them, they get pretty big.

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