• #### Applied Linear Equations: Investment Problem - Concept

##### Math›Algebra 2›Linear Equations
How to solve an interest problem when given the total amount deposited.
• #### Applied Linear Equations: Investment Problem - Concept

##### Math›Precalculus›Linear Equations and Inequalities
How to solve an interest problem when given the total amount deposited.
• #### Applied Linear Equations: Investment Problem - Problem 1

##### Math›Precalculus›Linear Equations and Inequalities
How to solve an interest problem when the relationship between the amount invested in each account is known.
• #### Applied Linear Equations: Investment Problem - Problem 1

##### Math›Algebra 2›Linear Equations
How to solve an interest problem when the relationship between the amount invested in each account is known.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 4

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to solve continuously compounded investment problems.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 4

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to solve continuously compounded investment problems.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 5

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Finding out how long it takes an investment to double at a known rate of interest, compounded continuously.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 5

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Finding out how long it takes an investment to double at a known rate of interest, compounded continuously.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 6

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Determining how long it takes for an investment to double with a finite number of interest compoundings per year.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 4

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find finitely compounded interest rate for an investment to reach a known amount after time.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 3

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Learn how to find the initial investment amount needed to get a fixed amount after time.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 3

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Learn how to find the initial investment amount needed to get a fixed amount after time.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 4

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find finitely compounded interest rate for an investment to reach a known amount after time.
• #### Compound Interest (Finite Number of Calculations) - Problem 6

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Determining how long it takes for an investment to double with a finite number of interest compoundings per year.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 8

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find the initial principal investment in a continuously compounded interest investment.
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 8

##### Math›Algebra 2›Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find the initial principal investment in a continuously compounded interest investment.
• #### Geometric Series - Problem 4

##### Math›Precalculus›Sequences and Series
Geometric series to model repeated investment in an account with known interest.
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• #### Geometric Series - Problem 4

##### Math›Algebra 2›Sequences and Series
Geometric series to model repeated investment in an account with known interest.
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• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Concept

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use the compounded continuously formula to find the value of an investment
• #### Compound Interest (Continuously) - Problem 2

##### Math›Precalculus›Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to use the compounded continuously formula to find the tripling time of an investment.