PROBLEM 3.27
P= $80,000.00
r=
8.000%
m=
4
YRS=
3
PER=
6
PER YEAR
QUARTERS
YEARS
FIRST, CALCULATE PAYMENT
a
b
c
A=
$7,564.77 PER QUARTER
U5=
$48,959.31 TABLES
I6=
$979.19 TABLES
0.02*48959.31
I6=
$979.
PROBLEM 2.81
i=
A1=
n1=
A2=
5.00%
$1,200.00 YEARS 1-5
5 DEPOSITS YEARS 1-5
-$700.00 YEARS 4-7
n2=
4 WITHDRAWALS YEARS 4-7
t2=
4 START TIME OF WITHDRAWALS
P=
P=
$3,051.18 USING INTEREST TABLES THIS IS
PROBLEM 13.7
a
TO DETERMINE THE BREAKEVEN NUMBER OF DAYS, THE PW OF THE COSTS
OF THE TWO OPTIONS MUST BE EQUAL
PW OF COST OF PURCHASE
PW = $40,000 + ($2,400 + ($60(X)(P|A 7%,6)
PW OF COST OF HIRE
PW =
PROBLEM 2.175
r=
15.000% COMPOUNDED CONTINUOUSLY
YRS=
4
F=
$15,000.00
m=
10000000 LARGE NUMBER OF CPDG PERIODS PER YEAR
P=
P=
P=
$8,232.17 USING CONTINUOUS COMPOUNDING INTEREST FORMULAS THIS IS
=15000
PROBLEM 1.8
a
INSIDER'S VIEWPOINT APPROACH
STANDARD
PURCHASE PRICE =
YEARS USED ALREADY =
MARKET VALUE TODAY =
ANNUAL O&M COST =
SALV VAL AFTER 5 YRS =
PLANNING HORIZON =
AFTER-TAX MARR =
TAX RATE =
$
PROBLEM 11.15
a
INSIDER'S VIEWPOINT APPROACH
KEEP EXISTING SPECIALTY CONCRETE MIXER
PURCHASE PRICE =
YEARS USED ALREADY =
MARKET VALUE TODAY =
ANNUAL O&M COST =
SALV VAL AFTER 8 YRS =
PLANNING HORIZON
PROBLEM 2.21
a
i=
6.00%
n=
4
P= $12,000.00
F= $15,149.72 USING COMPOUND INTEREST FORMULAS THIS IS
=12000*(1+0.06)^4
F= $15,149.76 USING INTEREST TABLES THIS IS
=$12,000*(F|P 6%,4)
F= $15,149.72 USING
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