i would be happy to . most people on would also love to i'm sure. if you just want someone who has done algebra before and want a little more personal relationship than just begging strangers for , i can certainly be of service. i do have college myself so i might not be 24/7.
this is the formula: v = the value of investment at the end of the time period
p = the principal amount (the initial amount invested)
r = the annual interest rate
n = the annual frequency of compounding (how many times a year interest is added)
t = the number of years the money is invested
^ means raise to the power of
b. What happens to the area...