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Dustin Taylor FIN-301 June 2011 Term Written Assignment #1 Problem #1 a. $629.00 [($1,000 x 1.629) - $1,000] b. $500.00 [($1,000 x 5%) x 10 yrs.] c. In scenario A, the interest earned also earns interest in the following years. Over the span of 10 years, that amount adds up to an additional $129.00 of interest. Problem #2 a. PV = $3,000 x [1- (1.08) 25 - ] /.08 = $32,024.33 FV = $32,024.33 x (1.08) 25 = $219,317.82 b. PV = $3,000 [1- (1.08) 30 - ] / .08 = $33,773.35 FV = $33,773.35 x (1.08) 30 = $339,849.63 - $219,317.82 = $120,531.81 c. $219,317.82 x (1.08) 5 = $322,249.83 - $219,317.82 = $102,932.01 * The book gives an answer of $17,671.00 for part C. I don’t think it’s correct. 5 years of interest at 8% on over $200,000 doesn’t come to $17,671.00. I may be misunderstanding the
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Unformatted text preview: question. If so, please explain how the correct answer was obtained. Problem #3 PV = $2,000 x [1- (1.09) 20-] / .09 = $18,257.09 FV = $18,257.09 x (1.09) 20 = $102,320.24 accumulated Payment = $102,320.24 / [1- (1.09) 20-/ .09] = $11,208.80 annual payment Problem #5 PV of annuity = $100,000 / (1.09) 18 = $21,199.37 Annual investment = $21,199.37 / 8.756 = $2,421.12 Problem #6 $93,000 / [1- (1.09) 10-/ .09] = $14,491.27 No. She can only withdraw $14,491.27 a year for the next 10 years. Problem #7 PV = $10,000 x [1- (1.10) 25-] / .10 = $90,770.40 Don’t buy it. The present value is about $30,000 than its selling price. Problem #12 $65,000 (1+ i ) 5 = $100,000 i ≈ 9% Problem #13 $33,520 = $10,000 x [1- (1+ i ) 5-] / i i ≈ 15%...
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