Problem Set Chap 2 PV

# Problem Set Chap 2 PV - Kyle Woods P/S Present Value #

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Kyle Woods Stendardi Fin 315 – TR 9:30 – 10:50 2. 5000(n=20,i=7) = 5000(.2584) = \$1,292 7. PVOA = 100(n=3,i=8) = 100(2.5771) = \$257.71 + 200(n=4,i=8 . 7350) = \$147 = 404.71 + 300(n=5,i=8 .6806) = \$204.18 = \$608.89 + 500(n-6, i=8 .6302) = \$315.1 608.89 + 315.1 = \$923.99  PV = \$923.99 FVOA = 100(n=3,i=8 3.2464) = \$324.64(n=3,i=8 1.2597) = 408.95 200(n=3,i=8 1.2597) = \$251.94 300(n=2,i=8 1.664) = \$499.20 500(n=1,i=8 1.08) = \$540 540 + 499.20 + 251.94 + 408.95 = FV = \$1,700.09 10. c) PV 500(n=10,i=6 .5584) = \$279.20 d) PV 1,552.90(n=10,i=12 .3220) = \$500.03 PV 1,552.90(n=10,i=6 .5584) = \$867.14 15. a) PVOA 400(n=10,i=10 6.1446) = \$2,457.84 b) PVOA 200(n=5,i=5 4.3295) = \$865.90 c) PVOA 400(n=5,i=0 5) = \$2,000 d) 2,457.84(1.10) = \$2,703.62 865.90(1.05) = \$909.20 2000(1) = \$2,000 16. 100/.07 = \$1,425.57 100/.14 = \$714.29 18. Stream A – PV 100(n=1,i=8 .9259) = \$92.59  PVOA 400(n=3,i=8

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## This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course FIN 315 taught by Professor Stendardi during the Spring '08 term at St. John Fisher College.

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