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Financial Algebra © Cengage/South-Western Slide FIND A PLACE TO LIVE Calculate the affordability of a monthly rent. Determine the relationship between square footage and monthly rent. Determine lease signing costs. Calculate moving expenses. OBJECTIVES
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Financial Algebra © Cengage Learning/South-Western Slide 3 Example 1 Bethany s monthly gross income is $3,840. She pays 24% of her monthly gross earnings in federal and state taxes and 15% for her student loan. Bethany uses 15% of her monthly gross income to pay toward her credit card balance. She wants to rent an apartment that will cost $1,800 per month. Will she be able to make the payments without changing the amounts she pays toward her student loans and credit card balances?
Financial Algebra © Cengage Learning/South-Western Slide 4 Rufus and Maria have both been offered new jobs in a different city. A real estate broker sent them a listing of apartments in their desired location showing the square footage in each apartment. Use linear regression analysis to determine if there is a correlation between the square footage of rental property and the amount charged for the monthly rent. EXAMPLE 2 - What is the linear regression equation? - Interpret the correlation coefficient. - What is a good estimate for the amount of monthly rent charged for an 880-square foot apartment?
Financial Algebra © Cengage Learning/South-Western Slide 5 EXAMPLE 3 Rufus and Maria paid a $200 application deposit for the 1,150- square foot apartment in Example 2. They are required to provide a credit report that costs $25 and pay a security deposit equal to one month s rent. The landlord also requires the last month s rent at the time of signing the lease. The broker charged 10% of the yearly rent. How much should they expect to pay to be able to move into the apartment?
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