InterestFactors_A4

# InterestFactors_A4 - When tables are available for 2a - 4c,...

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When tables are available for 2a - 4c, it is recommended that you use them instead of evaluating the formulas. Form. nr. Short name Numerical results 1a F/P F P i N 1.403 F 100 0.07 5 140 012 ... N 1b P/F F P i N 0.7130 140 0.07 5 100 P 2a F/A F A i N 12.58 F = F 100 0.05 10 1258 0123 ... N 2b A/F F A i N 0.07950 A = 1258 0.05 10 100 A 3a P/A P A i N 9.7791 P = 25 0.1 40 244 P 0 123 ... N 3b A/P P A i N 0.18744 A = 1000 0.1 8 187 A F 4a F/G F G i N 167.7 F = ... N 50 0.1 15 8386 G 2G P (N-1)G 4b P/G P G i N 43.81 P = 50 0.09 15 2190 0 ... N 4c A/G A G i N 5.435 A = convert linear gradient to: 50 0.09 15 272 ... N A 5a F/g, i F A 1 i N g 65.56 F = P F 1 0.1 14 0.15 66 convert to P or F 0 ... N 5b P/g, i P A 1 i N g 9.031 P = A 1 100 0.12 20 0.03 903 Cash flow diagram, equivalent flow shown in dashed line (1+g) 2 etc. Use (NA 1 )/(1+ i ) when i = g. T he first G element occurs at time 2. Equal to (A/G, i ,N)(F/A, i ,N). The first G element occurs at time 2. Equal to (A/G, i ,N)(P/A, i ,N). The first G element occurs at time 2. The (N-1) elements convert to N elements. Convert a linear gradient from time 1 to time N to a single value at time 0.
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## This note was uploaded on 09/07/2009 for the course ISYE 3025 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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