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Compute the value of P for the following diagram.
P
P = 50 (P/A,10%,6) (P/F,10%,3) +70(P/F,10%,5)+70(P/F,10%,7)+70(P/F,10%,9)
= 50(4.355)(0.7513)+70(0.6209+ 0.5132+0.4241) = 272.67$
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if I =10%, what is the value of P
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Solving Polynomial Inequality
Polynomial Inequality: any inequality that can be put into one of the forms
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