Many problems require you to work with the compound interest formula.

Here are some FAQs that might help you to solve for various quantities in the formula.

Many problems require you to work with the compound interest formula.

Here are some FAQs that might help you to solve for various quantities in the formula.

In your classes, you might hear about instructors who grade on “a curve”. There is an idea that this might somehow benefit you when it comes to grading. Let’s take a look how that might work if the curve is a normal curve.

The Fundamental Counting Principle comes up in questions where you are asked the number of ways to answer questions on quizzes. Basic problems can be answered with a tree diagram. However, more complicated questions may require you to use a slot diagram.

In this post, I’ll demonstrate how we can use *y* = *mx* +* b* to find equations of lines. No need to memorize other equations of lines…it is easier to focus on the data given to us an use it to find *m* and *b*.

*y* = *mx* +* b* to find equations of lines. No need to memorize other equations of lines…it is easier to focus on the data given to us an use it to find *m* and *b*.