Find the present value and the amount of interest earned. Use the present value of a dollar table.
Round to the nearest cent as needed.
Amount needed $11,200
Time (years) 10
Present value $ ____________________
Interest earned $ ____________________
Amount needed $18,640
Time (years) 7
Present value $ ________________
Interest earned $ ________________
Amount needed $18,948
Time (years) 12
Present value $ ______________
Interest earned $ ______________
In 6 years, Mrs. Folkers may pay off a note with a face value of $14,000, and interest of 10% per year, compounded semiannually. Find the future value of the note. Then find the amount that the holder of the note should accept as a complete payment today if money can be invested at 8% per year, compounded quarterly. Round to the nearest cent.
What is the maturity value of the note? $ ___________________
How much money should the holder of the note accept as complete payment today? $ _____
Find the present value and the amount of interest earned.
Amount needed $12,700
Time (years) 6
Present value $ _____________
Interest earned $ _____________
A company recently expanded their assemble operations at a cost of $490,000. Management expects that the investment will grow at a rate of 14% per year compounded annually for the next 5 years. Find the future value of the investment. Then find the present value of that amount at a rate of 8% per year compounded annually.
What is the future value of the investment? $ ____________________
What is the present value of that future value? $ __________________
Mr. Jordan wants all of his grandchildren to go to college and decides to help financially. How much must he give to each child a birth if they are to have $16,917 at entering college 18 years later, assuming 5% interest compounded annually?
How much should he give each child at birth? $ ______________
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