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Financial math question investment
How much do I need to invest today, at 8% per year, compounded monthly in a savings account in order to have $35 268 at the end of 17 years for my son’s four-year tuition at Ryerson University?
If you invest your $9000 at an annual interest rate of 4%, compounded monthly, how long will it take (in years) before you can purchase the car?
FULL QUESTION: Suppose that you want to purchase a used car for $12000. You currently have $9000. If you invest your $9000 at an annual interest rate of 4%, compounded monthly, how long will it... more
Word Problem about Stocks and Bonds, Simple Interest
Verna invested part of a $10,000 inheritance in stocks paying 6.5% simple interest annually. She invested the rest in bonds paying 4.25% simple interest annually. If Verna will receive $582.50 in... more
How to solve for tax rate or interest rate
Last year, Frank had $20,000 to invest. He invested some of it in an account that paid 5% simple interest per year, and he invested the rest in an account that paid 8% simple interest per year.... more
The value of a particular investment follows a pattern of exponential growth. In the year 2000, you invested money in a money market account
The value of your investment t years after 2000 is given by the exponential growth model A = 8300e^0.064t. How much did you initially invest in the account?
Find out how long it takes a $2900 investment to earn $500 interest if it is invested at 7% compounded semiannually. Round to the nearest tenth of a year
Use the formula A = P (1 +r/n)^nt.
Larry has $2800 to invest and needs $3300 in 20 years
What annual rate of return will he need to get in order to accomplish his goal, if interest is compounded continuously? (Round your answer to two decimals.)
Pre-Calc word problem
you have $10,000 to invest. You are considering safe investments are just search of care of deposits which pay 5.5% interest. the stock market is much riskier but pays 12% interest. if you like to... more
Enrique invests $6900 in two different accounts
Enrique invests $6900 in two different accounts. The first account paid 9 %, the second account paid 8 % in interest. At the end of the first year he had earned $568 in interest. How much was in... more
What would be the formula for this equation? Do I have to do something with the "After a year" part??
Theodore invests a total of $5,000 in two accounts. The first account earned a rate of return of 15% (after a year). However, the second account suffered a 13% loss in the same time period. At the... more
An investment management company offers two charge structures. The annual charge is either 7% of the sum invested or else it is 100 plus 2% of the sum investe
An investment management company offers two charge structures. The annual charge is either 7% of the sum invested or else it is 100 plus 2% of the sum invested . for what amount of investment is... more
Annuity word problem
Carol wants to retire at age 63. She would like to draw $3,200 each month and estimates that she will live to be 88 years old. Carol can earn nine percent interest on her investment before... more
Investment math problem
at the end of 12 years, the future value S of an investment of $25000 in an account that pays interest compounded continuously is given by S=25000e^12r. Assuming no withdrawals or additional... more
Martha invested some at 12%. If their combined investment was $6,000 and their combined interest was $630, how much money did Martha invest?
Peter invested some money at 6% annual interest, and Martha invested some at 12%. If their combined investment was $6,000 and their combined interest was $630, how much money did Martha invest?
Josephine invests a total of 35,000 in two different accounts which pay 10% and 8% annual interest. After one year she earned 3100 in interest.
how much did she invest in each account ?
A financial consultant wishes to invest a total of $30,000 in two types of securities, one that yields 10% per year and another that yields 8% per year. Furthermore, she believes that the amount... more
A has an expected return of 10%
If you have 2 assets: A has an expected return of 10% and has a standard deviation of 25%, B has an expected return of 8% and a standard deviation of 25%. For a portfolio with 1/2 weight in each... more
Word question involving interest and investment.
A person has $10,000.00 to invest, he puts the money into two Banks. One gives 2% interest, the other 4%, the total interest he got in a year was $320.00, how much did he place into each bank?
Dan made $9000 from his job then invested 10% and at the rest 9%. He made a total of $870 how much was the invested at 9%
John has a $1000 to invest. He has one year when he will need whatever capital he earns for an investment on a home. He can choose one of two options. Option A. Daily return of 3.33% with it... more
I invest $15,000 in a company that earns me 14% anually. What is my monthly rate of return?
what would the monthly disbursement be if the RRSP investment retained the same terms and after 25 years would have a zero balance?
Rolfe set up an RRSP for a client when the client was 30 years old. The client put $750 into theaccount every month until they retired at age 60. The account averaged an annual rate ofreturn of... more
At what age would Robert have $1000000 in this account?
15. Robert set up an investment account when he was 18 years old. He put $500 a month into theaccount for 12 years. This account paid an average annual rate of interest of 5.75%compounded quarterly... more
how much was invested in each vehicle?
Country Day's scholarship fund receives a gift of $ 188240.607247983. The money is invested in stocks, bonds, and CDs. CDs pay 2.5 % interest, bonds pay 5.5 % interest, and stocks pay 10.1 %... more
If she earned ?$1102.50 in interest at the end of the? year, how much did she invest in each? account?
Megan received ?$14,000 from a probated estate. She invested part of the money in a? simple-interest account paying 9?% and the rest in another? simple-interest account paying 5.5?%. If she earned... more