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    I need to find the PV of the cash flow streams @ 8% compounded annually. and then (B). is 0 % compounded annually.

    Uneven cash flow stream.
    A. Find the present values of the following cash flow streams at 8 percent, compounded annually.
    0 1 2 3 4 5
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    $0 $100 $400 $400 $400 $300 - STREAM A
    $0 $300 $400 $400 $400 $100 - STREAM B

    B. What are the PV's of the stream at 0 percent, compound annually?

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    The present value is found by multiplying the cash flow by the PV factor. The PV factor is calculated as 1/(1+r)^n.
    For Part A, we find the PV factors for the 5 years. These are
    1/(1.08)^1= 0.9259
    1/(1.08)^2= 0.8573
    1/(1.08)^3= 0.7938
    1/(1.08)^4= 0.7350
    1/(1.08)^5= 0.6806
    now multiply the cash flows by the respective factors, you get the following PVs (You can also get the PV factors from the ...

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