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## What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? - Education (10) - Nairaland

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 Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by afo7219: 8:31pm On Sep 11, 2017 Next question pls Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by Pridestorm: 9:19pm On Sep 11, 2017 A BLOCK OF MASS 10KG REST ON A HORIZONTAL FLOOR,(COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION 0.4). (a) what Force Is Required Just To Make The Block Move when (i) Pulling Horizontally, (ii) Pulling At An Angle Of 60 Degree To The Horizontal? (b) If The Block Is Pulled With A Horizontal Force Of 50N, With What Acceleration Does It Move? (g=9.8m/s) Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by afo7219: 10:00am On Sep 12, 2017 Polymath56:Total payable Interest for d 36mnts = N9786Total cost of loan payment= N59786Monthly Loan repayments = 59786/36 = N1661Pls, how did u arrive at '#9786' as total interest payments?. I don rack my brain tire. Abeg explain Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by Polymath56: 10:06am On Sep 12, 2017 afo7219:Pls, how did u arrive at '#9786' as total interest payments?. I don rack my brain tire. Abeg explainLol...d method is quite intricate n arduous. You can use the usual method belowM = P [i(1+i)^n/(1+i)^n - 1]Where M = monthly Loan repaymentsi = r/12 = 0.12/12 = 0.01n = 36 mntsM = 50000[0.01(1.01^36)/1.01^36 - 1]M = 50000[0.0143077/0.43077]M = 50000[0.033214]M = N1660.71 Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by afo7219: 10:31am On Sep 12, 2017 Polymath56:Lol...d method is quite intricate n arduous. You can use the usual method belowM = P [i(1+i)^n/(1+i)^n - 1]Where M = monthly Loan repaymentsi = r/12 = 0.12/12 = 0.01n = 36 mntsM = 50000[0.01(1.01^36)/1.01^36 - 1]M = 50000[0.0143077/0.43077]M = 50000[0.033214]M = N1660.71Pls,educate me,how did u arrive at d formular? The one I'm used to is fv = p(1+r)^n Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by afo7219: 6:38pm On Sep 14, 2017 Next question pls Re: What Are The Next Three Numbers In This Sequence? by Pridestorm: 7:33pm On Sep 14, 2017 x"2 - 6root3 + 24=0

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