Well folks, it’s been a bit quiet around here recently but for very good reason. I’ve been busy working on the second part of the Financial Mathematics notes which I’m excited now to share with you. This PDF covers the HSC Year 12 portion of the Financial Maths strand for the General Mathematics course. For a link to the notes for Preliminary Year 11 portion of the notes, see here. The topics covered in this PDF are:
- Credit & Borrowing
- Review of Simple Interest
- Review of Compound Interest
- Future and Present Values
- Credit Cards
- Reducing-balance loans
- Tables of loan repayments
- Daily Interest
- Comparing Loans
- Fixed vs Variable Interest Rate
- Annuities and Loan Repayments
- Deferred Annuities
- Loan Repayments
- Different Options with Loans
- Costs involved with Loans
- Tables of instalments
- Graphs comparing repayment options
Each topic includes a disussion and clear worked examples so you can quickly revise the theory and see how to apply it. At the end, there are 4 pages summarising the main points from all the preceding topics in easily digestible bullet points. I’m sure you will find this invaluable as you do your last minute revision before entering the exam hall.
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I hope you find these notes helpful in your studies. I am always looking to get feedback on them so please let me know what you liked or disliked about them, any suggestions you have for improvement, whether you would like me to create more and which topics you would like me to address. You can leave a comment below or else you can contact me here.
Good luck with the studies!