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Present Value of a Single Sum PVSS Problem FV =$1,000 I/YR = 4% N = 5 PV = ? Keystrokes 1000,FV 4, I/YR 5, N PV -821.93
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PVSS Solving for N Problem FV = $1,000 I/YR = 6% PV = -$800 N= ? Keystrokes 1000, FV 6, I/YR 800, +/-, PV N 3.83
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PVSS Solving for I/YR Problem FV = $1,000 PV = -$800 N = 5 I/YR = ? Keystrokes 1000, FV 800, +/-, PV 5, N I/YR 4.56
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Future Value of a Single Sum FVSS Problem PV = $1,000 I/YR = 7% N = 20 FV = ? Keystrokes 1000,+/-,PV 7, I/YR 20, N FV 3,869.68
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FVSS Solving for N Problem PV = -$10,000 I/YR = 5% FV = $20,000 N = ? Keystrokes 10000, +/-, PV 5, I/YR 20000, FV N 14.21
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FVSS Solving for I/YR Problem PV = -$10,000 FV = $20,000 N = 10 I/YR = ? Keystrokes 10000, +/-, PV 20000, FV 10, N I/YR 7.18
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Present Value of an Annuity PVA Annuity is an periodic cash flow stream Dollar amount is constant over time Set number of periods (not in perpetuity) Ordinary annuity has cash flows at the end of each period Annuity due has cash flows at the beginning of each period A 4 or 5 variable problem with 1 unknown.
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PVA Problem PMT = $1,000 N = 20 I/YR = 5% PV = (?) Keystrokes 1000, PMT 20, N 5, I/YR PV -12,462.21
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Present Value of an Annuity Due PVAD Problem PMT = $1,000 N = 20 I/YR = 5% PV = (?) Keystrokes Set calculator to BEGIN by (orange), (BEG/END) 1000, PMT 20, N 5, I/YR PV -13,085.32
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Future Value of an Annuity FVA Problem PMT = -3,000 I/YR = 6% N = 30 FV = ? Keystrokes 3,000,+/-,PMT 6, I/YR 30,N FV 237,174.56
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FV Annuity Due FVAD Problem PMT = -3,000 I/YR = 6% N = 30 FVAD = ? Keystrokes [orange],[BEG/END] sets the calculator to BEGIN 3,000,+/-,PMT 6, I/YR 30,N FV 251,405.03
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Amortization Schedule Loan payments on self amortizing loans can be broken down in to principal and interest components. In the early years of a loan more of the payment goes towards interest than principal, in later years the opposite is true Your financial calculator can provide you with the breakdown for any loan payment.
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2009 for the course SCM 301 taught by Professor Gardner,williams during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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