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bobbym wrote:

shyclaw wrote:Can you explain to me the basics of Compound interests?

Oh...heh heh...sorry. NVM...

Its on compound Interest, not compound events.

CPI= interest paid or to be paid both on the principal and on accumulated unpaid interest

CPE= compound events are probabilities of two or more things happening at once.

Use the "Hide" tag

Yes; No to both.

Uh, No.

I can't do this.....I tried.

Yes; I think.

**shyclaw**- Replies: 11

Hey, so, I know bobbym totally got that question right. It made sense. I just have one more question. Can you explain to me the basics of Compound interests? I hope im not being a bother.

A ? Shyclaw

Yes, it was correct!

Oh! I get it! Thanks So Much Bobbym!

-ShyClaw

Can you explain?

I said 1/5 because there are 2 t's so its 2/10. Then if you simplify you get 1/5 because 10 divided by 2 is 1/5

**shyclaw**- Replies: 7

Is this answer correct?

You select a card at random from the cards below. The card has a T on it, without replacing the card you select a second card. Find P(S).

M A T H E M A T I C S

Answer: 1 over 5

- A very perplexed Shyclaw

I am a young girl, I have dark hair and dark eyes, I love music and pizza! I also love working with code and ALT codes.

ALT 1=☺

ALT 2=☻

ALT 3=♥

ALT 4=♦

ALT 5=♣

ALT 6=♠

ALT 7=•

ALT 8=◘

ALT 9=○

**shyclaw**- Replies: 67

Tell me about yourself!

-Shyclaw

V.R.

lol, I bet you do XD! ☺

**shyclaw**- Replies: 4

Hi Bobbym! I really like your avatar, yoda.

lol.

The Big Bang???? Never heard of it.

Never mind!!! I think iv got it! Thanks anyway!

**shyclaw**- Replies: 0

What has a neck but no head?

A bottle.

I am always hungry; I must always be fed. The finger I touch will soon turn red. What am I?

Fire.

The red house is on one side and the blue house is on the other, where is the white house?

Washington D.C.

**shyclaw**- Replies: 2

Could someone run me over the basics of graphing in the coordinate plane?

http://www.math.com/school/subject2/images/S2U4L1GLgrid.gif

Thanks a ton guys!

-Shyclaw

Agnishom wrote:

That is not the surface area of a cylinder

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Agnishom wrote:

This formula gives you the area of a *circle* whose radius is r

Thank you! ☺

Shyclaw