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### Module 4 lesson 10

1. 1. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 1 March 19, 2014 Module 4, Lesson 10 Simple Interest 3/19/14 Do Now Sprint from Lesson 10 Homework: 1.) Problem Set 10 #1, 2, 3ab 2.) Percent Quiz tomorrow
2. 2. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 2 March 19, 2014
3. 3. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 3 March 19, 2014
4. 4. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 4 March 19, 2014 Homework Solutions
5. 5. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 5 March 19, 2014 Homework Solutions
6. 6. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 6 March 19, 2014 Review for Thursday's Quiz 1.) 15 is 40% of what number? 2.) My first period class has 24 students and my eighth period has 30. What percent of the number of students in my eighth period class is my first period class?
7. 7. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 7 March 19, 2014
8. 8. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 8 March 19, 2014
9. 9. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 9 March 19, 2014 What pattern(s) do you notice from the table?
10. 10. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 10 March 19, 2014 The interest earned can be found using an equation.  How else can we represent the  amount of interest earned other than an equation?
11. 11. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 11 March 19, 2014
12. 12. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 12 March 19, 2014
13. 13. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 13 March 19, 2014
14. 14. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 14 March 19, 2014
15. 15. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 15 March 19, 2014
16. 16. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 16 March 19, 2014
17. 17. Module 4 Lesson 10.notebook 17 March 19, 2014 Closing 1) Explain each variable of the simple interest formula. I = Prt 2) What would be the value of the time for a two­year period for a quarterly interest rate?        Explain.