# The Installment Loan Formula: Determining Remaining Balance

– WELCOME TO A LESSON ON HOW TO DETERMINE THE REMAINING LOAN BALANCE AFTER A CERTAIN NUMBER OF YEARS USING THE LOAN FORMULA. WITH LOANS IT IS OFTEN DESIRABLE TO DETERMINE WHAT THE REMAINING LOAN BALANCE WILL BE AFTER SOME NUMBER OF YEARS. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU PURCHASE A HOME AND PLAN TO SELL IT

# Annuity Formula and Loan Formula: Solving for Time

– WELCOME TO A LESSON ON SOLVING FOR TIME IN THE ANNUITY AND LOAN FORMULAS USING COMMON LOGARITHMS. THIS LESSON DOES ASSUME YOU’VE ALREADY WATCHED THE VIDEO ON HOW TO SOLVE EXPONENTIAL EQUATIONS USING COMMON LOGARITHMS. OFTEN WE ARE INTERESTED IN HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO ACCUMULATE MONEY OR HOW LONG WE NEED TO

# The Installment Loan Formula

– WELCOME TO A LESSON ON THE LOAN FORMULA. THIS LESSON IS ABOUT CONVENTIONAL LOANS, ALSO CALLED AMORTIZED LOANS OR INSTALLMENT LOANS. EXAMPLES INCLUDE AUTO LOANS AND HOME MORTGAGES. THE TECHNIQUES IN THIS LESSON DO NOT APPLY TO PAYDAY LOANS, ADD-ON LOANS, OR OTHER LOAN TYPES WHERE THE INTEREST IS CALCULATED UPFRONT, THOUGH I DO

# Intensity Ratio – College Algebra

To get rid of our log here, we need to take both sides as the exponent of 10. The left hand side becomes 10 to the 1.1, and on the right hand side that will just leave us with J over C. Now let’s use our calculator. 10 to the 1.1 is equal to 12.589

# Introduction to Ratios

Welcome to the presentation on ratios. Now, I’m going to start just giving you a definition of ratios, and this I got from Wikipedia. “A ratio is a quantity that denotes the proportional amount of magnitude of one quantity relative to another.” So I’m going to tell you from the beginning that I think a

# Calculating Payments for Future Value – TI-83/84 141-34

this video is provided as supplementary material for courses taught at Howard Community College and in this video I'm going to show how to calculate payments with the future value formula I'm going to do this with a ti-83 or ti-84 calculator here's the problem we're working with the problem says you want to start

# Calculating Payments for Present Value – TI-83/84 141.36

this video is provided as supplementary material for courses taught at Howard Community College and in this video I'm going to show how to calculate payments with the present value formula on a ti-83 or 84 calculator so let's review the present value formula to begin with the formula says that PV which is the