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Unformatted text preview: (A/P, i, N) P= $99,000.00 (dollars) i= 0.55% (percent) N= 180 (years) A= $864.57 (dollars) Linear Gradient (P/G, i, N) G= $250.00 (dollars) i= 12.00% (percent) N= 5 (years) P= $1,599.25 (dollars) (A/G, i, N) G= $2,500.00 (dollars) i= 12.00% (percent) N= 10 (years) A= $8,961.63 (dollars) Geometric Gradient (P/A1, g, i, N) A1= $54,440.00 (dollars) g= 7.00% (percent) i= 12.00% (percent) N= 5 (years) P= $222,283.40 (dollars) If i = g P= $243,035.71 he second column and the answer !...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course EE 366 taught by Professor Pore during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.
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