YAY. did the same. Took me a while though.I got 44404, using r = (1.01) / (1.003)
Hopefully, that's correct.
YAY. did the same. Took me a while though.I got 44404, using r = (1.01) / (1.003)
THANK YOU !!!hey guys sorry about my first post: here is the paper uploaded again :
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what was your A?I got 44404, using r = (1.01) / (1.003)
The 10 for the numeratorHow would you factorise it fully?
Add the two equations, factorise out the x + y and bam magichow the fuck do you deduce 15)iv) sqrtA=sqrA1+sqrtA2
If i recall correctly, the full sum was 500(1.003) ( (1.01/1.003)^60 - 1) / ((1.01/1.003) - 1)what was your A?
You get y/(x+y) and x/(x+y)how the fuck do you deduce 15)iv) sqrtA=sqrA1+sqrtA2
I got the same thingSuperannuation?
I got 44404 lol. Seems wrong
I'll upload it tonight if no one does it before thenCan u upload answer for q15 and 16???
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For the simplest exact value, I'm pretty sure it's correct as long as the numerator and denominator can't cancel out anymore, i.e. factorisation of the numerator isn't required.The 10 for the numerator
Shouldn't it be 1.003^60 outside the bracket?If i recall correctly, the full sum was 500(1.003) ( (1.01/1.003)^60 - 1) / ((1.01/1.003) - 1)
333 Degreeswhat was the bearing guys? 322 degrees?
Yeah! I got this, as wellx=60/(24+5pi)
y=(60-10pi)/(24+5pi)