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FAFSA DAY 2012 Applying for Financial Aid 2012-2013

FAFSA DAY 2012 Applying for Financial Aid 2012-2013

FAFSA DAY 2012 Applying for Financial Aid 2012-2013. Sponsors/Partners: Presenter:. Types of Financial Aid. Gift Aid - Grants or scholarships that do not need to be repaid Work - Money earned by the student as payment for a job on or off campus

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Section 1: Public Opinion Section 2: Interest Groups Section 3: Political Parties Section 4: The Electoral Process. Chapter 9: The Political Process. Section 1 at a Glance. Public Opinion

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Section 11.3 Compound Interest

Section 11.3 Compound Interest

Section 11.3 Compound Interest. What You Will Learn. Compound Interest Present Value. Investments. An investment is the use of money or capital for income or profit. In a fixed investment , the amount invested as principal is guaranteed and the interest is computed at a fixed rate.

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Section 10.2 Compound Interest

Section 10.2 Compound Interest

Section 10.2 Compound Interest. Simple interest is generally used for loans of one year or less. For loans of more than one year, the interest paid on the money borrowed usually use compound interest.

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Section 8.3 Compound Interest

Section 8.3 Compound Interest

Section 8.3 Compound Interest. Objectives Use the compound interest formulas. Calculate present value. Understand and compute effective annual yield. Compound Interest. Compound interest is interest computed on the original principal as well as on any accumulated interest.

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Section 11.3 Compound Interest

Section 11.3 Compound Interest

Section 11.3 Compound Interest. What You Will Learn. Compound Interest Present Value. Investments. An investment is the use of money or capital for income or profit. In a fixed investment , the amount invested as principal is guaranteed and the interest is computed at a fixed rate.

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Section 1    # 1

Section 1 # 1

CS 765 1. The Age of Infinite Storage. Section 1 # 1. 1. The Age of Infinite Storage has begun. Many of us have enough money in our pockets right now to buy all the storage we will be able to fill for the next 5 years. So having the storage capacity is no longer a problem.

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Section 1 # 1

Section 1 # 1

CS 765 1. The Age of Infinite Storage. Section 1 # 1. 1. The Age of Infinite Storage has begun. Many of us have enough money in our pockets right now to buy all the storage we will be able to fill for the next 5 years. So having the storage capacity is no longer a problem.

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Section 1-1

Section 1-1

Section 1-1. Measuring Motion. Reference Point. Define: An object that appears to stay in place Examples: the Earth, trees, buildings, etc. Motion. Define: An object’s change in position relative to a reference point How can you describe: With a reference direction (north, south, …).

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Section 1-1

Section 1-1

Section 1-1. Algebra: Variables and Expressions. Why study algebra?. Variable. Variable: Symbols are used to represent unspecified numbers or values “vary”; it means that the value can vary, not fixed. a, b, z, e, f.

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