University of West Florida Mathematics Interest Rates Questions

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Annuity Pay in                                      P= d((1+rk)Nk?1)rk

Simple Interest                                     I =  Prt

Annuity Pay out/Loan                         P0 =d(1?(1+rk)?Nk)rk

Linear Growth                                       Pn = P0 + nd

Exponential Growth                             Pn = P0(1 + r)n

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