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# an arithmetic cash flow gradient series equal \$400 in year 1, \$500 in year 2, and the amounts increasing by \$100 per year thought year 14.

an arithmetic cash flow gradient series equal \$400 in year 1, \$500 in year 2, and the amounts increasing by \$100 per year thought year 14.At i=5% per year, determine the present worth of the cash flow series in years 0. The present worth of cash flow series in years 0 is

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