MATH 111 Week 1 Quiz | Assignment Help | University of Washington
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Activity 2: Rates of Change
Question 1
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
What is the value of one share of stock on day 300?
ANSWER:
_________ dollars
Question 2
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
How much does the value of one share of stock change during the first
300 days?
ANSWER:
_________ dollars
Question 3
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
ANSWER: _________ dollars per day (Round to the nearest cent.)
Question 4
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
Which of the following describes in graphical terms the value you
computed in the previous question, the average change in dollars per day of the
value of the stock in the first 300 days?
Question 5
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
How much, in dollars per day, does the value of one share of stock
change on average from the 50th day to the 100th day?
ANSWER:
_________ dollars per day (Round to the nearest cent.)
Question 6
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
Which of the following describes the value you computed in the previous
question, the average change in dollars per day from day 50 to day 100?
Question 7
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
You have $1000 that you would like to invest in Banana Patch. On
day 0, you buy as many shares as you can afford. What is your investment
worth on day 125?
ANSWER:
_________ dollars (Round to the nearest cent.)
Question 8
Below is the graph
of the value vs. time for one share of stock for a company named Banana Patch.
How much, in dollars per day, does the value of your investment from the
previous question (Question 7) change on average from day 0 to
day 125?
ANSWER: _________
dollars per day (Round to the nearest cent.)
Question 9
The opening
price of a stock is the value of the stock when the stock market
opens. The opening price of one share of stock for the Mambo Dog Company
is monitored over several days. The graph below gives the change in
the opening price since the previous day. For example, the change in price
at t=1 is $0.03, which means that the opening price of the stock on
day 1 is $0.03 higher than the opening price on day 0.
Suppose the opening price of Mambo Dog is $5.35 on day 0. What is
the opening price (in dollars) on day 4?
ANSWER:
________ dollars
Question
10
The opening price of a stock is the value of the stock
when the stock market opens. The opening price of one share of stock for
the Mambo Dog Company is monitored over several days. The graph below
gives the change in the opening price since the previous
day. For example, the change in price at t=1 is $0.03, which
means that the opening price of the stock on day 1 is $0.03 higher than the
opening price on day 0.
How much higher is the opening price (in dollars) on day 5 than on day
3?
ANSWER:
________ dollars
Question 11
The opening
price of a stock is the value of the stock when the stock market opens.
The opening price of one share of stock for the Mambo Dog Company is monitored over
several days. The graph below gives the change in the
opening price since the previous day. For example, the change in price
at t=1 is $0.03, which means that the opening price of the stock on
day 1 is $0.03 higher than the opening price on day 0.
Question 12
The opening
price of a stock is the value of the stock when the stock market
opens. The opening price of one share of stock for the Mambo Dog Company
is monitored over several days. The graph below gives the change in
the opening price since the previous day. For example, the change in
price at t=1 is $0.03, which means that the opening price of the
stock on day 1 is $0.03 higher than the opening price on day 0.
Question 13
The opening
price of a stock is the value of the stock when the stock market
opens. The opening price of one share of stock for the Mambo Dog Company
is monitored over several days. The graph below gives the change in
the opening price since the previous day. For example, the change in
price at t=1 is $0.03, which means that the opening price of the
stock on day 1 is $0.03 higher than the opening price on day 0.