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Topic: new problem
Replies: 1   Last Post: Jan 21, 1998 5:37 PM

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Alan Lipp

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Re: new problem
Posted: Jan 21, 1998 5:37 PM
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Amanda,

What you asked help with is just an equation, not a problem. What is it
that you are trying to do with this formula?

Alan
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On Wed, 21 Jan 1998, amanda kaylor wrote:

> I have a math problem that I beleive is unsolovable. My math teachers
> and other students have tried to figure it out, but no one has been
> able to. If you are able to solve this please e-mail me and tell me
> how. If not, it would be helpful to know any reasons why you think it
> can not be solved.
> PROBLEM:
> nt
> A = P(1 + r/n)
>
>
> Thanks for the help!
>





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