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Unformatted text preview: $4,523.16 $363,170.54 $1,462,682.17 $1,037.03 1 You are buying a copier. Would you rather pay $12 000 today or $3 000 a year for five years (if y 2 If at the end of each of the next 10 years I invest $2000 a year toward my retirement and earn 6 2 We start with $10000 and invest $2000 per year at end of year for 10 years, how much will I ha 3 I am borrowing $10,000 for 10 months with an annual interest rate of 8 percent.What are my m rate 0.08/12 months 8 loan amou 10000 Time 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 22.9413537785 npv Beginning balmonthly payment Principal Interest 10000 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 $1,037.03 4 I need to borrow $12,000. I can afford payments of $500 per month and the annual rate of inte 8 A project requires a current investment of $100.00 and yields future expected cash flows of $2 9 You have $20,000 and you want it to grow into $500,000 in 25 years with monthly deposits of $ npv, irr 15 Year 1 PJ1 PJ2 -50000 -80000 2 70000 30000 3 19000 36000 oday or $3 000 a year for five years (if you borrow money at 6 percent per year )? a year toward my retirement and earn 6 percent a year on my investments, how much will I have when I retire? of year for 10 years, how much will I have when I retire? nterest rate of 8 percent.What are my monthly payments? How much principal and interest am I paying each month? Ending balance 0 per month and the annual rate of interest is 4.5 percent. How many months will it take to pay off the loan? yields future expected cash flows of $21.00, $34.00, $40.00, $33.00, and $17.00 in periods 1 through 5, respectively. All figures are in th 0 in 25 years with monthly deposits of $200. The interest is compounded monthly at the beginning of each period. What interest rate w 4 npv IRR 15000 $36,916.88 36000 $3,701.93 72% 13% ectively. All figures are in thousands of dollars. For these expected cash flows, the appropriate discount rate is 8.0%. What is the net pre eriod. What interest rate will you have to receive to achieve this? 8.0%. What is the net present value of this project? ...
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