Following is an example of a cash flow timeline developed using the Table Function within MS Word.

Please use this example as a means to develop a similar timeline in your answer to the following question.

**Example only:**

**%**

** **

**5%**

**6.5%**

** **

**Year**

**0**

**1**

**2**

**3**

** **

** **

** **

** **

** **

** **

**CF i**

**$0**

**$1,000**

**$1,000**

**$1,000**

Below are the expected cash flows and interest rates expected from an investment over the next ten years.

Cash flows will occur at the end of the nominated years.

**Cash Flows**

** **

**Interest Rates**

Year _{0}

Years 1 - 2

8%

Year _{1}

Year _{2}

+$ 6,500

Year _{3}

+$ 1,500

Years 3 - 8

6%

Year _{4}

Year _{5}

Year _{6}

-$ 2,500

Year _{7}

Year _{8}

Year _{9}

+$ 10,000

Years 9 - 10

7%

Year _{10}

i.

Using the Table function within MS Word, draw a time line showing the above cash flows and interest rates (following the example above) (6 marks).

ii.

What will be the **value** of **all** these cash flows at each of the following times:

- Time _{1}

- Time _{5}

_{- }Time _{10}

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