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Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
Module 2 lesson 20
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  • 1. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 Module 2, Lesson 20 HW: • Lesson 20 Problem Set # 1 Investments - Performing Operations with Rational Numbers Do Now: Exit Ticket For Lesson 19 1
  • 2. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 Write three equivalent expressions that can be used to find the final price of an item that costs g dollars and is on sale for 15% off, and charged 7% sales tax. Using the expressions determine the final price for an item that costs $75. If each expression yields the same final sale price, is there anything to be gained by using one over the other? Describe the benefits/special characteristics/properties of each expression. 2
  • 3. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 Homework Answers 3
  • 4. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 Homework Answers 4
  • 5. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 5
  • 6. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 College Investments Task Steps 1. Record the beginning balance, and all transactions from the account statements, into the register. 2. Determine the annual gain or loss as well as the overall 5-year gain/loss. 3. Determine if there is enough money in the account after 5 years to cover $30,000 of college expenses for Justin and Adrienne‛s daughter. Write a summary to defend or refute your answer. Be sure to indicate how much money is in excess, or the shortage that exists. 4. Answer the related questions that follow. 6
  • 7. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 7
  • 8. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 8
  • 9. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 9
  • 10. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 10
  • 11. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 11
  • 12. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 12
  • 13. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 13
  • 14. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 8. Related Questions a. For the first half of 2009, there was a $700 gain on the initial investment of $20,000. Represent the gain as a percentage of the initial investment. b. Based on the gains and losses on their investment during this 5-year period, over what period of time was their investment not doing well? How do you know? What factors might contribute to this?  14
  • 15. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 c. In math class, Jaheim and Frank were working on finding the total amount of the investment after 5 years. As a final step, Jaheim subtracted $150 for administrative fees from the balance he arrived at after adding in all the deposits and subtracting out the one withdrawal and Broker‛s fee. For every semi-annual statement, Frank subtracted $15 from the account balance for the administrative fee. Both boys arrived at the same ending five-year balance. How is this possible? Explain. 15
  • 16. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 d. Based on the past statements for their investment account, predict what activity you might expect to see on Adrienne and Justin‛s January–June 2013 account statement. Then record it in the register to arrive at the balance as of June 30, 2013. e. Using the answer from part (d), if their daughter‛s college bill is due in September of 2013, how much money do you estimate will be in their investment account at the end of August 2013 before the college bill is paid? Support your answer. 16
  • 17. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 17
  • 18. Module 2 Lesson 20.notebook December 12, 2013 18

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