Bruce buys a new van for his business. He pays $4000 down payment and gets a loan to finance the rest. He must pay $266.47 delivery fee and $610.08 a month to repay the loan over 3 year term.
a) How much does he pay in total for his loan?
b) How much does he pay in total for his van?2 AnswersMathematics7 days ago
Tony sells sausages by the pound following his family recipe. it costs him $0.99 to make a pound of sausage. His other operating costs are $4496.77 each month. How much should he charge per pound if he wants to earn a 45% profit each month after expenses and estimates that he will both make and sell 1500 pounds of sausage per month?Personal Finance7 days ago
1. A bag contains 13 blue marbles,12 red marbles, 6 yellow marbles, and 8 green marbles. What is the probability of picking a red marble, putting that one back, and then picking another red marble?
2. Assume you have the same bag of marbles as previous question. What is the probability of selecting a yellow marble, then another yellow marble, then a red marble, and finally another yellow marble without replacing in between?1 AnswerMathematics2 weeks ago
A company manufacturers plastic pipe that has an outside diameter of 20 cm and an inside diameter of 18 cm.
How many cubic centimetres of plastic material would be required to make one section of pipe that is 400 cm long?
How many cubic meters of plastic material would be required for 1000 m of pipe?3 AnswersMathematics2 months ago
A sports car dealership is offering you, not 1, but 4 steals of a life time on a $65,000 sports car. Determine how much the sports car will cost you under each circumstance. All steals occur over a 10 year period.
a)Down payment of $5,000 only! Lowest simple interest rate of 2.5% offered ever!
b)Pay 10% down and we will make your first 10 monthly payments for you! 10% simple interest only!
c)Pay nothing now, and pay only 1% compound interest per year! That offer spells W-O-W!1 AnswerMathematics10 months ago
a) 𝑃, without the variable 𝐼 present.
b) Using the formula above, solve for how much you need to invest to have $401.00 at the end of a 7 year period, at a simple interest rate of 5.5%.1 AnswerMathematics11 months ago
if you roll 2 dice and add the spots are you more likely to get an even or an odd number? what if you multiply instead?
Math 10 question
I cant figure it out
Please help5 AnswersMathematics1 year ago
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