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## Your contribution per period, which you will denote by C, to this retirement account is calculated using the following formula: Using the values that you have chosen for F, i, n, and t, calculate your contribution per period. Use 6 decimal places for your intermediate calculations, and round your final answer to the nearest cent.

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Number Sense, Estimation, and Financial Computations

ALL questions below regarding CONSUMER CREDIT and SAVING FOR RETIREMENT must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure you submit your work in a modified MS Word document; handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

CONSUMER CREDIT

For big purchases, many stores offer a deferred billing option (buy now, pay later) that allows shoppers to buy things now without paying the bill at checkout.

1. Assume you bought new appliances for your newly renovated home. Using the table range values below,….

## Calculate your total contribution to this retirement account, which you will denote by TC, by using the formula TC = C x n x t.

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Number Sense, Estimation, and Financial Computations

ALL questions below regarding CONSUMER CREDIT and SAVING FOR RETIREMENT must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure you submit your work in a modified MS Word document; handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

CONSUMER CREDIT

For big purchases, many stores offer a deferred billing option (buy now, pay later) that allows shoppers to buy things now without paying the bill at checkout.

1. Assume you bought new appliances for your newly renovated home. Using the table range values below,….

## Summarize the results of your calculations, and explain why it is important to prepare for your retirement.

MATH125: Unit 2 Submission Assignment Answer Form

Number Sense, Estimation, and Financial Computations

ALL questions below regarding CONSUMER CREDIT and SAVING FOR RETIREMENT must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of measurement. Upload this modified Answer Form to the intellipath Unit 2 Submission lesson. Make sure you submit your work in a modified MS Word document; handwritten work will not be accepted. If you need assistance, please contact your course instructor.

CONSUMER CREDIT

For big purchases, many stores offer a deferred billing option (buy now, pay later) that allows shoppers to buy things now without paying the bill at checkout.

1. Assume you bought new appliances for your newly renovated home. Using the table range values below,….

## A long straight wire lies along the y-axis and carries a current I:8.00 A. In addition to the field produced by the wire, there is an additional field, a uniform magnetic field with strength Bo:1.5pT in the x- direction. a. What is the total field (magnitude and direction) at the point (0.0, 0.0, 1.0m) (point a). b. What is the total field (magnitude and direction) atthe point (1.0m, 0.0, 0.0) (point b).

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

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2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs? Bulb 2 Gets brighter / Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter “/ Goes out ‘/–L V r& ,> lt ar^. rkz ,t a{ avttl )rnu –

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## E:48.0 V Rt:Rz:6,0 {2 L:0.2 H Consider the following circuit with values as given. a. Write (but do not solve) an equation for the Kirchoff Junction Rule relevant to this circuit. Assume the switch is closed. b. Write (but do not solve) two separate equations using the Kirchoff Loop Rule for this circuit. Assume the switch is closed. c. Just after the switch is closed, determine the currents in the circuit. d. After a very long time, what are the currents in the circuit? (a\ e f’ R’ – T’P’= o {, R, L=O (“) uuk, , tt-J\tcl’. i s i”l clos’d’ ‘ U\ I Ptn- /o^,1 tir>-a, frlo, tj = eg Lr) = €= f+g- -= V/R,tR– I l ,.\$ rli)r liqhl c’n’s ?l^rs gd’l – – r’i 1- – -,’,,{ \ i ,i io tn,rfr.1ri,,o ,,,,,”* {-j’ :i-,t ” l t:,r ll ff t-i.,1 ;nrI : it’\, l\\,r\ tr\

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## Consider the following circuit with values as given. a. Write (but do not solve) an equation for the Kirchoff Junction Rule relevant to this circuit. Assume the switch is closed. b. Write (but do not solve) two separate equations using the Kirchoff Loop Rule for this circuit. Assume the switch is closed. c. Just after the switch is closed, determine the currents in the circuit. d. After a very long time, what are the currents in the circuit?

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## A long straight wire lies along the y-axis and carries a current I:8.00 A. In addition to the field produced by the wire, there is an additional field, a uniform magnetic field with strength Bo:1.5pT in the x- direction. a. What is the total field (magnitude and direction) at the point (0.0, 0.0, 1.0m) (point a). b. What is the total field (magnitude and direction) atthe point (1.0m, 0.0, 0.0) (point b). ,, c. What is the magnetic force on a proton at point c: (0.0, 0.0, -0.25m).

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## 12.0 Y R1:ft2:ft3-Rt:6.0 d) Find the value for a single light-bulb power rating (12V). Find the equivalent resistance Rank the light bulbs in terms of their brightness. L Kp a. b. c. (“) l.p 6l 4= 4+6= Fr,’1141,ra sS f v>Pur*rbxa (,-“n<* S'bl/owt s l

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….

## The system of capacitors is connected to a battery with potential difference Vuu:25.0V. a. What is the equivalent capacitance of the circuit? b. How much charge is stored by this system? c. How much charge does the 6.5-nF capacitor store? d. What is the potential difference across the 7.5-nF capacitor? (4 (t; (.) (a> v=* Q=cV =- (n.^? rto-{r)(=r v; = ,j– cv= (e s^rJl ,.-t\ = I (-5 –

*r” – y’nr*- /-/ Physics2205 Final Exam PRACTICE

University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

,fi. t J 1. A pF.pV is equivalent to a\-1 u a. mT b. pC c. nC e.pN f. nJ Bulb I Bulb 2

2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

‘/–L V….