FutureValues- Compute the futurevalue of a $100 cash flow for the same combinations of rates and times as in problem 1.
a. r= 8 percent. t= 10 years
b. r=8 percent t = 20 years
c. r=4 percent t= 10 years
d. r=4 percent t= 20 years
Please see attached and show work
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42.￼Use the definition of inverses to determine whether f and g are inverses.
72a. Futurevalue. Find the futurevalue and interest earned if $56,780 is invested at 5.3% compounded A). quarterly for 23 quarters.
76. Interest rate. Find the
1. Present Values. Compute the present value of a $100 cash flow for the following combinations
of discount rates and times:
a. r = 8 percent. t = 10 years.
b. r = 8 percent. t = 20 years.
c. r = 4 percent. t = 10 years.
d. r = 4 percent. t = 20 years.
2. FutureValues. Compute the futurevalue of a $100 cash flow for th
1. Futurevalue of single sum problem.
You put $1,000 in an investment account which earns 7% over the next 20 years, what is the futurevalue of this investment?
2. Holding Period Return
Based on the following information calculate the holding period return:
P0 = $14.00
P1 = $17.40
D1 = $ .42
Please see the attached Excel document for the question posed.
Problem 9-19 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions:
Use the template to complete the problem :
Discount Rate = i 20%
Periods = n 5 PV x FVIF = FV
1. Present value of single sum problem
You are going to be given $100,000 in 12 years. Assuming an inflation rate of 3.5%, what is the present value of this amount?
2. Perpetuity problem
What is the value of a perpetuity with an annual payment of $100 and a discount rate of 6%?
3. Futurevalue of single sum problem
Dan plans to fund his IRA with a contribution of $2,000 at the end of each year for the next 10 years. If he earns 10% on his contributions how much will he have at the end of the 10th year.
The Wintergreens are planning ahead for their son's education. He's eight now and will start college in 10 years. How much will they have to set aside each year to have $65000 when he starts if the interest rate is 7%?