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# Jan

Entertainment
Cable TV
Video rentals
Movies
CDs
Totals

Feb
52.98
7.98
16
18.98

Discount amount
52.98
15.96
32
29.98

Discount

0.15

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1. Lump Sum: A single sum of money

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1 Compute the following TVM. You need to do the computation in two ways: 1) writing th
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A. PV of \$300 in 5 years if the discount rate is 11%

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B. FV of \$300 today invested for 8 years at 9%
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## C. PV of 25 annual payments of \$600 a year, if the discount rate is 9%

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D. FV of 25 annual payments of \$600 a year, beginning at the end of the year, if the int
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E. Find the interest rate on a 30-year mortgage with a initial loan amount of \$275,000,

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INPUTS:
Loan amount
Period
Payment

OUTPUT:
275000 Rate is
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E. PV of Cash flows for the next 8 years as follows: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, a
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F. Today is Janets 23rd birthday. Starting today, Janet plans to begin saving for her reti
each year on her birthday. Her first contribution will take place today. Her 42nd and fin
decided to help Janet with her savings, which is why she gave Janet \$20,000 today as a
account has an expected annual return of 12 percent. How much will Janet expect to h
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Inputs:
Annual Contributi
Annual Return
Num of periods

Output:
2000 Future Balance
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## , 500, 600, 700, and 800 at 8% discount rate.

saving for her retirement. Her plan is to contribute \$2,000 to a brokerage account
Her 42nd and final contribution will take place on her 64th birthday. Her aunt has
20,000 today as a birthday present to help get her account started. Assume that the
Janet expect to have in her account on her 65th birthday? Just use the relevant
the Excel function as in Q. E above.