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### Future Value of Money using Excel

Course: EE 321, Fall 2009
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Value Future of Money using Excel Formula: FV(Rate, Nperiods, Pmt, Pv, Type) Rate: 5% = .05 Nper = number of periods Pmt = payment Pv = Present value (\$0 for assignment) Type: 0 = deposit at period end, 1 = deposit period at start Generate table showing FV of \$1000/year payments at period start for 1 to 10 years at 1% to 10%, label with title, date, your name and post to website under Engineering Economics...

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Value Future of Money using Excel Formula: FV(Rate, Nperiods, Pmt, Pv, Type) Rate: 5% = .05 Nper = number of periods Pmt = payment Pv = Present value (\$0 for assignment) Type: 0 = deposit at period end, 1 = deposit period at start Generate table showing FV of \$1000/year payments at period start for 1 to 10 years at 1% to 10%, label with...

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