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T2 W6 L1 & L2
COURSE EVALUATIONS : LAST DAY : 7 MAY 2010
REVISION : WED 5 MAY 2010
EXTRA GATEWAY TESTS : FRI, MON DURING LECTURES
FINAL EXAMS : 25 MAY 08h30 ; RE-EVAL : CHECK!!!!
YEAR MARKS : NEXT FRIDAY: 7 MAY 2010
A: TUT TEST 6
GRAPHS, SCIENTIFIC NOTATION AS WELL AS LOGARITHMS
TERM TEST :
DONT USE PENCIL;
EQUATIONS: WHAT DO THE VARIABLES MEAN?
QUESTION 13 (NKOSI and OTHERS, inspired further thought!!!!!)
STUDENT LOAN EXAMPLE:
PVA = R23 986
n = 3 years
m = 12 (monthly)
PMT = R729.74
CALCULATE i (Interest RATE)
· CONTINUOUS COMPOUND INTEREST
Find the future value (FV) after 2 years of an investment of R100 in an account paying 8% annual interest compounded continuously.
USE YOUR CALCULATOR TO VERIFY THE ANSWER!!
A14: NOS 6 and 7
The supply of units of a certain product per month is given by the function S(x) = y = 15.75x.
The demand for these units per month is given by the function
D(x) =y = ,
where y = price of the product in R1 000s; x = number of the product in 100s, supplied or sold in a month. Determine the point of equilibrium algebraically.
PRICE QUANTITY PRICE QUANTITY
FINAL PAPER JAN 2010, QUESTION 15
Write the following in scientific notation:
1.1 7 014 000² 1.2 0.000 020 57 (4)
Simplify the following, and write in scientific notation, without using a calculator:
3.1 3.2 0.000 917 0.000 878 (5)
. . ..
-5 = -25 !!
WHICH IS (the) BETTER (SCHOOL / METHOD?) -RHETORICAL QUESTION
1. TUTS. p.207 no. 3.8
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