1.2 Continue:
Present value factor or discount factor
v=
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1
1+i
for compound interest
a ( t )=v =a(1 ) ( t )=
1 t (
t
= 1+i )
1+i
( )
for simple interest
1
1
a ( t ) =( 1+ it )
K is said to be the present value (PV) at time 0 of the amo
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MATH 2030 3.00MW Elementary Probability
Course Notes
Part IV: Binomial/Normal distributions
Mean and Variance
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York University, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics
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MATH 2030 3.00MW Elementary Probability
Course Notes
Part V: Independence of Random Variables,
Law of Large Numbers,
Central Limit Theorem,
Poisson distribution
Geometric & Exponential distributions
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