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Unformatted text preview: Revised on *+**+*,, !ompound Interest . Annuity Flow !hart Regular !ompound Interest ! " n r P S # $ 1 where r is the periodic rate, n is the total number of periods (see note in legend) .s t0is an annuity4 Is the same si6e payment being made every period (e¡g¡, every week, every month, every year)E No 9es Present ¢alue Grdinary Annuity ! " % & ’ ( ) * # + $ + r r R A n 1 1 (angle notation: n r A R a $ , where r is the periodic rate, n is the total £ of periods (see note in legend) Present ¢alue Annuity Due ! " % & ’ ( ) * # + # $ + + r r R R A n due ) 1 ( 1 1 (angle notation: 1 n r A R R a + $ # , where r is the periodic rate, n is the total £ of periods (see note in legend) Future ¢alue Grdinary Annuity ! " % & ’ ( ) * + # $ r r R S n 1 1 (angle notation: n r S R s $ , where r is the periodic rate, n is the total £ of periods (see note in legend) Future ¢alue Annuity Due ! " R r r R S n due + % & ’ ( ) * + # $ # 1 1 1 (angle notation: 1 n r S R s R # $ , + where r is the periodic rate, n is the...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course MATH 148 taught by Professor Mcginnis during the Fall '08 term at Ohio State.
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