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Answers to Concepts Questions: Chapter 6 Match the information below with Questions 1 through 16. A. Compound Interest E. IPMT I. Payback Period M. RATE B. Type F. IRR J. PMT N. ROI C. CUMPRINC G. NPER K. PPMT O. Simple Interest D. FV H. NPV L. PV P. SLN 1. O Interest calculated based on original principal regardless of the previous interest earned. 2. A _Interest calculated based on previous interest earned and principal. 3. M Function to calculate the interest percentage per period of a financial transaction 4. L Function to calculate the value at the beginning of a financial transaction 5. D Function to calculate value of the end of a financial transaction 6. J Function to calculate periodic payments in or out of a financial transaction 7. B When 0, indicates that payments will be made at the end of each compounding period 8. G Function to calculate the number of compounding periods 9. P Function to calculate straight line depreciation based on the initial capital investment,

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