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Unformatted text preview: Problem Day: Bonds Housekeeping Items POW Duration Exercise due Thurs by 5pm Review Duration in the appendix of Chapter 6 Exercise is on Blackboard under POW Stuff TA Hours today 2pm 3:30pm rm 482 TA Hours on Thursday Todays Agenda Instill peace Review Exam #s 15, 16, & 18 Duration Bonds Exam Questions Review (its only a test) Exam question #15 Suppose that you just welcomed a new baby girl to your family. Congratulations! You are planning to save money to pay for her college education, which will begin 18 years from today. She will attend college for 4 years. Your grandparents just gave her $10,000 as a gift and you will put this money into her savings account. The university you want your daughter to attend charges $20,000 per year in tuition (i.e., current tuition), which is payable at the beginning of each year. Assume that the tuition Exam question #15 Suppose that you just welcomed a new baby girl to your family. Congratulations! You are planning to save money to pay for her college education, which will begin 18 years from today . She will attend college for 4 years . Your grandparents just gave her $10,000 as a gift and you will put this money into her savings account. The university you want your daughter to attend charges $20,000 per year in tuition (i.e., current tuition ), which is payable at the beginning of each year . Assume that the tuition Find Future Value of Tuition Payments 1st payment is 18 years from today: Pv = -20,000 N = 18 I = 3 Pmt = 0 Fv = ?---> 34,049 2nd payment is 19 years from today: Pv = -20,000 N = 19 I = 3 Pmt = 0 Fv = ?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course BUS M 301 taught by Professor Jimbrau during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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