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BUSINESS MATH
Daniyar paid his April FlashCard bill in full. His May bill shows an average daily balance of $270.31 and a monthly periodic rate of 1.65%. What is the finance charge on Daniyar's May statement?
BUSINESS MATH
Daniyar paid his April FlashCard with an amount equal to the new purchases shown on his bill. His May bill shows an average daily balance of $270.31 and a monthly periodic rate of 1.95%. What is the finance charge on Daniyar’s May statement?
BUSINESS MATH
Jennifer did not pay her FlashCard bill in full in September. Her October bill showed a finance charge, and she wants to see whether or not it is correct. The average daily balance is $970.50, and the APR is 28.2%. Find the finance charge for her October statement.
BUSINESS MATH
Lauren did not pay her January FlashCard bill in full, so her February bill has a finance charge added on. The average daily balance is $510.44, and the monthly periodic rate is 2.5%. What should Lauren’s finance charge be on her February statement?
BUSINESS MATH
Ralph just received his June FlashCard bill. He did not pay his May bill in full, so his June bill shows a previous balance and a finance charge. The average daily balance is $470, and the monthly periodic rate is 1.5%. What should Ralph’s finance charge be?
CHEMISTRY
Have each group member make a flashcard with one of the following on the front: $\Delta H_{\text {soln }}, \Delta H_{\text {lattice }}, \Delta H_{\text {solvent }}, \Delta H_{\text {mix }}$, and $\Delta H_{\text {hydration }}$ On the back of the card, each group member should describe (in words) the $\Delta H$ process his or her card lists and how that $\Delta H$ relates to other $\Delta H$ values mathematically. Each member presents his or her $\Delta H$ to the group. After everyone has presented, members should trade cards and quiz each other.
CHEMISTRY
Have each group member make two flashcards with an acid or base on one side and its conjugate on the other side. Check each other's cards and quizeach other untileach group member is proficient at identifying conjugate pairs.
PSYCHOLOGY
Which of the following is an example of hindsight bias? a. Tom is certain that electric cars will represent 80 percent of vehicles in twenty years and only reads research studies that support his hypothesis. b. Liza underestimates how much time it will take her to finish writing her college application essays and as a result fails to meet an important deadline. c. Experts predicting world events with 80 percent confidence turned out to be correct less than 40 percent of the time. d. Marcy cannot recognize a definition on a flashcard. After turning the card over and viewing the term, she tells herself she knew what the answer was all along. e. Dr. Grace overestimates how effectively her new treatment method works because she fails to seek out any evidence refuting her theory.
QUESTION
Which of the following is an example of hindsight bias? a. Armend is certain that electric cars will represent so percent of vehicles in 20 years and only reads research studies that support his hypothesis. b. Liza underestimates how much time it will take her to finish writing her college application essays and as a result fails to meet an important deadline. c. Experts predicting world events with 80 percent confidence turned out to be correct less than 40 percent of the time. d. Allyan, after rending a definition on one of her flashcards, turns the card over to see the term and then tells herself she knew what the answer was all along. e. Dr. Grace overestimates how effectively her new treatment method works because she fails to seek out any evidence refuting her theory.