This is the creteria:

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Sample:

# Category: Mathematics

home mortgage of $225,000 at a fixed APR of 9% for 20 years.

a. Calculate the monthly payment.

b. Determine the total amount paid over the term of the loan.

c. Of the total amount paid, what percentage is paid toward the principal and what percentage is paid for interest.

The monthly payment is $

2. What is the formula you would type into cell E2 (using all cell references) to compute the monthly payment of a car loan for $13,000 at 7% for 5 years?

A B C D E

1 P APR n t PMT

2 $13,000 7% 12 5 $257.42

PMT=P×APR121−1+APR12−nt

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Part 1

Choose the correct answer below.

A.

=(A2*B2)/(C2/(1−(1+B2/C2)^(−C2*D2)))

B.

=(A2*B2/C2)/(1−(1+B2/C2)^(−C2*D2))

C.

=(A2*B2/C2)/1−(1+B2/C2)^(−C2*D2)

D.

=(A2*B2/C2)/(1−(1+B2/C2)^−C2*D2)

3. Consider a student loan of $22,500 at a fixed APR of 12% for 30 years.

a. Calculate the monthly payment.

b. Determine the total amount paid over the term of the loan.

c. Of the total amount paid, what percentage is paid toward the principal and what percentage is paid for interest.

Part 1

a. The monthly payment is

4. For the following loan, make a table showing the amount of each monthly payment that goes toward principal and interest for the first three months of the loan. A home mortgage of $147,000 with a fixed APR of 6% for 30 years.

End of… Interest Payment Toward Principal New Principal

Month 1 enter your response here enter your response here

enter your response here

(Round the final answers to the nearest cent as needed. Round all intermediate values to six decimal places as needed.)

5. Suppose you have the following three student loans: $11,000 with an APR of 6.5% for 17 years,

$16,000 with an APR of 7% for 22 years, and $12,500 with an APR of 8% for 12 years.

a. Calculate the monthly payment for each loan individually.

b. Calculate the total you’ll pay in payments during the life of all three loans.

c. A bank offers to consolidate your three loans into a single loan with an APR of 7%

and a loan term of 22 years. What will your monthly payments be in that case? What will your total payments be over the

22

years?

6. Payday loans (also called cash advance loans) are short-term, high-interest loans marketed as a way for people to borrow money for a short period of time until their paycheck arrives. However, like many other short-term loans, they should be used with extreme caution. Payday loans typically carry a fixed fee of $15 to $30 per $100 borrowed, and lenders sometimes demand access to your checking account to make sure you will pay the fees. Complete parts (a) through (c) below.

. Consider a payday loan that has a fixed fee of

$21

per $100 borrowed that is due in 2 weeks (when your paycheck arrives). If you borrow

$1000,

what is the total fee (not including your

$1000

principal) you owe the lender at the end of 2 weeks?

7. Suppose you have a student loan of $30,000 with an APR of 6% for 30 years. Complete parts (a) through (c) below.

What are your required monthly payments?

The required monthly payment is

$ enter your response here.

8. You can afford monthly payments of

$400.

If current mortgage rates are

4.23%

for a

30-year

fixed rate loan, how much can you afford to borrow? If you are required to make a

10%

down payment and you have the cash on hand to do it, how expensive a home can you afford? (Hint: You will need to solve the loan payment formula for P.)

9. Suppose you take out a

45-year

$275,000

mortgage with an APR of

6%.

You make payments for

2

years

(24

monthly payments) and then consider refinancing the original loan. The new loan would have a term of

10

years, have an APR of

5.5%,

and be in the amount of the unpaid balance on the original loan. (The amount you borrow on the new loan would be used to pay off the balance on the original loan.) The administrative cost of taking out the second loan would be

$2400.

Use the information to complete parts (a) through (e) below.

a. What are the monthly payments on the original loan?

$ enter your response here

(Round to the nearest cent as needed.)

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FILES FOR INSTRUCTIONS

QUESTION NUMBER 6

I also attached a EXAMPLE of how it needs to look

The Internall Assessment should contain:

– Introduction

– Aim

– Rationale

– Methodology

– Hypothesis

– Data

– Tables

– Graphs

– Results

– Formulas

– Calculation

– Analysis

– Conclusion

– Evaluation

– Appendices

– Bibliography (Footnotes)

This link is also explaining the IB format in details:

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There are various formulas, calculations, and graphs that can be used for this research question. Here are a few examples:

1. Probability calculations: The researcher can use probability theory to calculate the probability of a player making a successful shot from each of the three different locations on the court. The probability can be calculated based on the number of successful shots made and the total number of shots attempted.

2. Mean and standard deviation calculations: The researcher can calculate the mean and standard deviation of shooting percentages for each location on the court. This will provide a measure of the average shooting performance and the degree of variation in shooting percentages.

3. Correlation analysis: The researcher can use correlation analysis to determine if there is a relationship between shooting performance and other factors, such as player height, shooting technique, or the defensive pressure of the opposing team.

4. Box plots: The researcher can use box plots to display the distribution of shooting percentages for each location on the court. This will provide a visual representation of the median, quartiles, and outliers of shooting percentages.

5. Scatter plots: The researcher can use scatter plots to visualize the relationship between shooting performance and other factors, such as player height or shooting technique. This can help to identify any patterns or trends in the data.

Overall, the use of mathematics, formulas, and graphs can help to provide a rigorous and quantitative analysis of the shooting performance of male junior basketball players and the factors that contribute to any observed differences in shooting probabilities.

The format of the assignment should include:

* Introduction

* Aim

* Rationale

* Methodology

* Hypothesis

* Data

* Tables

* Graphs

* Results

* Formulas

* Calculation

* Analysis

* Conclusion

* Evaluation

* Appendices

* Bibliography (Footnotes throughout the whole essay)

To investigate the correlation between crime rate and income inequality in European countries, the following formulas, calculations, and graphs could be used:

Correlation coefficient: A correlation coefficient, such as Pearson’s r, could be used to measure the strength and direction of the relationship between crime rate and income inequality. This involves calculating the covariance between the two variables, divided by the product of their standard deviations. A positive correlation coefficient would indicate a positive relationship between the variables, while a negative coefficient would indicate a negative relationship.

Regression analysis: A regression analysis could be used to model the relationship between crime rate and income inequality, and to identify any significant predictors of crime rate. This involves fitting a linear regression model to the data and testing the significance of the regression coefficients using hypothesis testing.

Bar graphs: Bar graphs could be used to compare income inequality levels among different European countries. This could involve plotting the Gini coefficient, which is a commonly used measure of income inequality, for each country.

Scatterplots: Scatterplots could be used to visualize the relationship between crime rate and income inequality. This could involve plotting the crime rate and Gini coefficient for each country and examining the pattern of points on the graph.

Boxplots: Boxplots could be used to compare crime rates among different income inequality groups. This could involve dividing the countries into quartiles or quintiles based on their Gini coefficient, and plotting the distribution of crime rates within each group.

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Rubric: is sent in a file.

I’ve attached the files below. But essentially what you have to do is look through the lectures (attached below) and find a simple deterministic ODE and write about it. We have to write about models from the class, hence why I’ve attached the lecture notes. I’ve also attached the prompt. It says that we have 2 options. An original modeling project, or a review paper. Do whichever one is best for you. You can provide as much sources as you want. You’ll see on the handout that there is a proposal, that does not need to be done. Good luck and reach out to me at sethdesilva03@gmail.com with any questions.

This is in the style of a Mathematics research paper, so include math equations and terminology. Must sound professional but also interesting. Please follow the instructions that are listed in the “term paper prompt” file.

Final Project

1) Find one or multiple raw data set online, as long as each research question can be answered based on an appropriate data analysis.

2) Form your research questions

3) Using statistical software (SAS/SPSS) to analyze the data and generate the outputs that can be used to answer your research questions.

4) Draw your conclusions.

5) You are required to do all five type of problems, namely, Chi-square; independent-samples t test; paired-samples t test; ANOVA and Regression. (All except t tests have to have a small p-value.)

Note: You can find any available data online, here is a possible website link for you convenience http://www.stat.ufl.edu/~winner/datasets.html

Instructions:

Write your report in a MS word document (or PDF) summarizing each problem by mentioning where you find the data (the link of online data), the type of variables used and its meaning, the research question you have for each procedure you used. Please include all important part of the procedure used and include outputs as attachments or insert it into the report. Complete and submit the assignment by 23:59 EST Sunday.Final Project

1) Find one or multiple raw data set online, as long as each research question can be answered based on an appropriate data analysis.

2) Form your research questions

3) Using statistical software (SAS/SPSS) to analyze the data and generate the outputs that can be used to answer your research questions.

4) Draw your conclusions.

5) You are required to do all five type of problems, namely, Chi-square; independent-samples t test; paired-samples t test; ANOVA and Regression. (All except t tests have to have a small p-value.)

Note: You can find any available data online, here is a possible website link for you convenience http://www.stat.ufl.edu/~winner/datasets.html

Instructions:

Write your report in a MS word document (or PDF) summarizing each problem by mentioning where you find the data (the link of online data), the type of variables used and its meaning, the research question you have for each procedure you used. Please include all important part of the procedure used and include outputs as attachments or insert it into the report. Complete and submit the assignment by 23:59 EST Sunday.

Review the following problems (below). Solve each problem and as you do record how you went about solving each one (this is for your benefit)

Then on the DB this week – discuss each problem, and the method you used to solve it. Compare difficulty and methods used to solve each one. Which was the easiest & most challenging? Why? Then determine the types/categories of problems are they “routine or non-routine”?

Problems to solve

Problem 1 – Out in a field there are two horses and four cows. How many legs and tails are there?

Problem 2 – John and Lindsey have bicycles. Jolene has a tricycle. How many wheels are there?

Problem 3 – José has one mother dog and four puppies. Two puppies get outside into a mud puddle. How many muddy feet are there? How many feet altogether?

Problem 4 – It is snack time. You can select five snacks from carrot sticks and cheese fish. Make your selections.

Is your head spinning yet?

This process is not so much about getting your math correct (although important but I’m not grading your math) but going through the process of problem-solving and how we develop concepts! So no math anxiety : )

Part of early math learning is to help children learn to problem-solve and think through solutions and ways to solve problems. It can be as simple as figuring out where a puzzle piece goes or how to build a block tower.

SPSS REQUIRED!!! This assignment cannot be done without it. I’ve attached the instructions as well as the videos for you. I had to split the 2nd video into 2 parts so the file wouldnt be too large

You can use either handwriting or typing. The questions are in the file hw8. The lecture notes of these topics are also given.