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# Maths question, VERY HARD! watch

1. If Suzie earns £2000 a year from her capital and does not spend, with an annual compound interest rate of 5%, for 6 years. What does she have after six years?
The answer book says £13603.83, but I got that she has no empathy for the poor and is dirty bourgeois scum. Can anyone help?
2. (Original post by Marxwasright)
If Suzie earns £2000 a year from her capital and does not spend, with an annual compound interest rate of 5%, for 6 years. What does she have after six years?
The answer book says £13603.83, but I got that she has no empathy for the poor and is dirty bourgeois scum. Can anyone help?

Plus: Would this thread not be better in Maths forum?
3. That's such a small amount of money for 6 years. She seems like the poor to me.
4. (Original post by Marxwasright)
If Suzie earns £2000 a year from her capital and does not spend, with an annual compound interest rate of 5%, for 6 years. What does she have after six years?
The answer book says £13603.83, but I got that she has no empathy for the poor and is dirty bourgeois scum. Can anyone help?
Looks correct to me.

Now it's a matter of sending little Suzie to the gulag for her crimes against socialism.
5. (Original post by Marxwasright)
If Suzie earns £2000 a year from her capital and does not spend, with an annual compound interest rate of 5%, for 6 years. What does she have after six years?
The answer book says £13603.83, but I got that she has no empathy for the poor and is dirty bourgeois scum. Can anyone help?
She's actually earning 37.6% interest at that rate.... I think I want her bank account.
6. I agree with you

But if you did actually need help:

£2000 a year, each one makes 5% a year

A = 2000 + 5% after each year = 2552.563125
B (1 Year less) = 2431.0125
C = 2315.25
D = 2205
E = 2100
F = 2000

= 13603.83

A = first year she makes £2000, earns a total of 5 years worth of compounded 5% interest rate
B = being £2000 she earns the next year, makes 4 years worth...
And so on...
7. Trick question
The state seize her assets after 2 years
8. Clickbait title, that crap ain't even hard.
Trick question
The state seize her assets after 2 years
2 years?

The state is really doing a disservice to the collective there.
10. (Original post by _gcx)
2 years?

The state is really doing a disservice to the collective there.
The workers all have no incentive to work and are unmotivated, the 70 rubles will come whether they try or not. So takes a while for them to bother
I agree with you

But if you did actually need help:

£2000 a year, each one makes 5% a year

A = 2000 + 5% after each year = 2552.653125
B (1 Year less) = 2431.0125
C = 2315.25
D = 2205
E = 2100
F = 2000

= 13603.83

A = first year she makes £2000, earns a total of 5 years worth of compounded 5% interest rate
B = being £2000 she earns the next year, makes 4 years worth...
And so on...
How did you get 2552.653125... I got 2552.563125? That makes no sense
The workers all have no incentive to work and are unmotivated, the 70 rubles will come whether they try or not. So takes a while for them to bother
Socialism fails to provide workers with incentives? Nonsense! (lmao)
Trick question
The state seize her assets after 2 years
Can't pay? We'll take it away

14. (Original post by RoyalSheepy)
How did you get 2552.653125... I got 2552.563125? That makes no sense
Lol, copied it off my calculator wrong..
Nightmare
15. (Original post by _gcx)
Socialism fails to provide workers with incentives? Nonsense! (lmao)
Whether youre a doctor or a cleaner them 70 rubles will get you through the month. Now hush comrade
back to work.
16. (Original post by RoyalSheepy)
Can't pay? We'll take it away

Whether youre a doctor or a cleaner them 70 rubles will get you through the month. Now hush comrade
back to work.
Ah, but I am neither obligated to work nor do I have to! The collective will support me

Spoiler:
Show

btw currency doesn't exist under communism :P
18. (Original post by _gcx)
Ah, but I am neither obligated to work nor do I have to! The collective will support me
Now now comrade Are you saying our communist heaven is fundamentally flawed.?
Off to the gulag!
The bois

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