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MTH001 Elementary Mathematics Assignment No.2 Fall Semester 2013
Assignment No.2 Of MTH001 (Fall 2012)
Maximum Marks: 20
Due Date: 23rd jan, 2013
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Question 1; Mark:8
Find the accumulated value when
Rate of interest =5%
Number of periods ‘n’=20
Amount of annuity R = Rs 5,000
Question 2; Marks: 7
Given the matricesand such that
Question 3; Marks: 5
Classify into Quantitative and Qualitative Variables.
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(i) Weight of children.
(ii) Expenditure of a certain company.
(iii) Color of eyes of different people.
(iv) Income of government servants.
(v) Living standard of people of a country.
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