1. Future values. Fill in the future values for the following table

a. using the future value formula, FV = PV x (1+ r)^n.

b. using the TVM keys or function from a calculator or spreadsheet.

Present Value Interest Rate Number of Periods Future Value

$400.00 5.00% 5 ?

$17,411.00 6.00% 30 ?

$35,000.00 10.00% 20 ?

$26,981.75 16.00% 15 ?

a. using the future value formula, FV = PV x (1+ r)^n.

b. using the TVM keys or function from a calculator or spreadsheet.

Present Value Interest Rate Number of Periods Future Value

$400.00 5.00% 5 ?

$17,411.00 6.00% 30 ?

$35,000.00 10.00% 20 ?

$26,981.75 16.00% 15 ?

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