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Unformatted text preview: 8. Matthew makes a series of payments at the beginning of each year for 20 years. The ﬁrst payment is 100. Each subsequent payment through the tenth year increases by 5% from the previous payment. After the tenth payment, each payment decreases by 5% from the previous payment. I '5 Calculate the present value of these payments at the time the ﬁrst payment is made using an annual effective rate of 7%. (A) (C)
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(B)
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(A) 90
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(D) 176
(E) 239 November 2005 325’0 15 Course FM 14. Payments of X are made at the beginning of each year for 20 years. These payments
earn interest at the end of each year at an annual effective rate of 8%. The interest is
immediately reinvested at an annual effective rate of 6%. At the end of 20 years, the accumulated value of the 20 payments and the reinvested interest is 5600. CalculateX.
(A) 121.67
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(D) 127.18
(B) 128.50 November 2005 $600 ::>7K: 17 .. 10.x + .oXXL‘Eslia.“ 123.ré Course FM 18. A loan is repaid with level annual payments based on an annual effective interest rate of 7%. The 8th payment consists of 789 of interest and 211 of principal. Calculate the amount of interest paid in the 18th payment. (A)
(B)
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