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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
(N1)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 (N1) 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.
 Spring '09
 Lee

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