# MTH 216 Week 5 Study Plan for Final Examination

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# 1.C Sets and Venn Diagrams

• Use Venn diagrams with three sets.

• 4.A Taking Control of Your Finances

• Calculate net cash flow.

• Analyze spending patterns and options.

• Solve application problems involving expenses.

• 4.B The Power of Compounding

• Calculate simple and compound interest.

• Find the annual percentage yield (APY).

• Calculate continuous compound interest.

• 4.C Savings Plans and Investments

• Decide if a statement involving savings plans and investments makes sense.

• Calculate and interpret balances using the savings plan formula.

• Calculate total and annual returns.

• 4.D Loan Payments, Credit Cards, and Mortgages

• Calculate loan payments, total payments, and total interest and principal.

• Analyze credit card debt.

• Analyze loan options, mortgage options, and closing costs.

• 4.E Income Taxes

• Calculate gross income, adjusted gross income, and taxable income.

• Compute FICA taxes and total tax bills.

• Calculate tax credits and deductions.

• Determine whether renting or buying is cheaper.

• 6.B Measures of Variation

• Find the standard deviation and five-number summary for a data set.

• 7.B Combining Probabilities

• Solve probability problems.

Compute the total cost per year of the following pair of expenses. Then complete the? sentence: On an annual? basis, the first set of expenses is? _______% of the second set of expenses.

Maria spends ?\$15 on lottery tickets every week and spends ?\$128 per month on food.

On an annual? basis, the money spent on lottery tickets is

51?% of the money spent to buy food.

Consider a relatively simple health insurance plan with the following provisions. Office visits require a? co-payment of ?\$25. Emergency room visits have a ?\$300 ?co-payment. Surgical operations have a ?\$1 comma 200 deductible? (the first ?\$1 comma 200 is paid out of? pocket). The monthly premium is ?\$390. During a? one-year period, somebody insured by this health insurance has the expenses shown to the right. Complete parts? (a) and? (b) below.

 Expenses Total Cost ?\$100100 ?\$580580 ?\$100100 May? 14: Surgery ?\$6 comma 5006,500 July? 1: Office visit ?\$100100 ?\$950950

The? person's health care expenses with the insurance policy are ?\$

?(Type a whole? number.)

The? person's health care expenses without the insurance policy are ?\$

Calculate the amount of money? you'll have at the end of the indicated time period.

You invest ?\$3000 in an account that pays simple interest of 2?% for 20 years.

The amount of money? you'll have at the end of 20 years is ?\$

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