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Course: FIN 350, Spring 2009
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2 LECTURE TIME VALUE OF MONEY: COMPOUND INTEREST, PRESENT &amp; FUTURE VALUES Reading: Chapter 3, sections 3.1-3.4, Chapter 4 Sections 4.1-4.2 Chapter 5, Section 5.1 Practice Problems: Lecture 2 online, due next time Objectives 1. Explain and understand compound interest 2. Compute the present or future value of any cash flow using any compounding interval 3. Understand the concept of Net Present Value and...

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