## Free points for answer. A book rate$10 and half of its price fing its cost and change to rupees. Give discount 19%

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Answer:Half of its price fings

So SP = $5 = 375 rupees

SO SP = 375 – (19/100)*375 = 303.75

Answer:THE MATHEMATICS OF

‘ INVESTMENT

BY

WILLIAM L. HART, Pn.D,

AS3O01ATH PBOTESSOR OF MATHEMATICS I2T THH

OF MINWBSOTA

D. 0. HEATH AND COMPANY

BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO LONDON

COPYRIGHT, 1934,

BY D. C. HEATH AND COMPANY

2B0

PBINTBD D? U.S.A.

PREFACE

THIS book provides an elementary course in the theory and the

application of annuities certain and in the mathematical aspects of

life insurance. The book is particularly adapted to the needs of

students in colleges of business administration, but it is also fitted

for study by college students of mathematics who are not specializing

in business. Annuities certain and their applications are considered

in Part I, life insurance is treated in Part II, and a treatment of

logarithms and of progressions IB given in Part III. The prerequisites

for the study -of the book are three semesters of high school algebra

and an acquaintance with progressions and logarithmic computation.

Very complete preparation would be furnished by three semesters of

\ high school algebra and a course in college algebra including logarithms.

The material in the book has been thoroughly tested by the author

through the teaching of it, in mimeographed form, for two years in

; classes at the University of Minnesota. It has been aimed in this

book to present the subject in such a way that its beautiful simplicity

& and great’ usefulness will be thoroughly appreciated by all of the

\ students to whom it is taught. Features of the book which will

appeal to teachers of the subject are as follows :

1. Illustrative examples are consistently used throughout to

illuminate new theory, to illustrate new methods, and to supply models

for the solution of problems by the students.

2. Large groups of problems are supplied to illustrate each topic,

and, in addition, sets of miscellaneous problems are given at the close

of each important chapter, while a review set is placed at the end of

6ach of the major parts of the book.

3. Flexibility in the length, of the course is provided for ; the teacher

can conveniently choose from this book either a one or a two semester,

three-hour course, on account of the latitude afforded by (a) the large

number of problems, (6) the segregation of optional methods and

difficult topics into Supplementary Sections whose omission does not

break the continuity of the remainder of the book, and (c) the possi-‘

bility of the omission of all of Part II, where life insurance is con-

sidered.

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