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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

final value = principal value x (1+I)^n

I= interest rate for n say 10% it would be 0.10

if n= 1 year then interest rate if

one year interest rate so if 5 years n= 5

if interest rate is monthly then divide year int rate by 12

and increase n by 12 so 5 years equals 60 terms of interest calculation.

cost of equity would be pv + pv * CPI

if CPi was 2.5% as an example

cost of equity for year one= PV + (PV * 2.5/100)

fv = pv*(1+2.5/100)^1

if cpi is different each year then

fv= pv1(1+2.5/100)^1 + pv1(1+cpi2/100)^1 + pv1(1+cpi3/100)^1

If CPI is same for each year then FV = PV (1+0.025)^number of years.

^ 2 is like squared

I= interest rate for n say 10% it would be 0.10

if n= 1 year then interest rate if

one year interest rate so if 5 years n= 5

if interest rate is monthly then divide year int rate by 12

and increase n by 12 so 5 years equals 60 terms of interest calculation.

cost of equity would be pv + pv * CPI

if CPi was 2.5% as an example

cost of equity for year one= PV + (PV * 2.5/100)

fv = pv*(1+2.5/100)^1

if cpi is different each year then

fv= pv1(1+2.5/100)^1 + pv1(1+cpi2/100)^1 + pv1(1+cpi3/100)^1

If CPI is same for each year then FV = PV (1+0.025)^number of years.

^ 2 is like squared

Jul 20, 2016 | Furniture

Using fixed simple interest:

start with $1,500. Every year you get $75 in interest.

so after 3 years you have $1,500 + $225 = $1,725.00

Compound interest:

If you use/want compound interest you gain 5% of the new amount every year. So start with $1,500

Year 1: $1,500 + $75 = $1,575

Year 2: $1,575 + $78.75 = $1,653.75

Year 3: $1,653.75 + $82.6875 = $1736.4375

So final sum is $1736.4375.

However banks usually round down so $1736.43

start with $1,500. Every year you get $75 in interest.

so after 3 years you have $1,500 + $225 = $1,725.00

Compound interest:

If you use/want compound interest you gain 5% of the new amount every year. So start with $1,500

Year 1: $1,500 + $75 = $1,575

Year 2: $1,575 + $78.75 = $1,653.75

Year 3: $1,653.75 + $82.6875 = $1736.4375

So final sum is $1736.4375.

However banks usually round down so $1736.43

Jan 28, 2014 | Mathsoft Computers & Internet

FV=PV (1+(i/12)^12n

Assuming it's compound interest.

FV=Future Value i= interest Rate n=interest period PV =Present Value

$12,260

May 30, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Hi,

Jane starts with 1200$ at the beginning of the first year, and at the end of the fourth year she has 1200$+300$=1500$

Use x for her annual interest rate, that means at the end of the first year she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]. At the end of the second year her first-year money earns at the same rate, so she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]*[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^2 at the end of the second year.

At the end of the third year she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]^2 *[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^3

At the end of the fourth year she will have

1200$*[(100+x)/100]^3 *[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^4 which is equals to 1500$

1200$*[(100+x)/100]^4=1500$ divide both sides by 1200$

[(100+x)/100]^4=1,25 take the fourth root of both sides

(100+x)/100=1,05737 both sides*100

100+x = 105,737 both sides -100

x=5,737

So Jane's annaual interest rate was 5,737%.

Hope it helps you.

Jane starts with 1200$ at the beginning of the first year, and at the end of the fourth year she has 1200$+300$=1500$

Use x for her annual interest rate, that means at the end of the first year she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]. At the end of the second year her first-year money earns at the same rate, so she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]*[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^2 at the end of the second year.

At the end of the third year she will have 1200$*[(100+x)/100]^2 *[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^3

At the end of the fourth year she will have

1200$*[(100+x)/100]^3 *[(100+x)/100]=1200$*[(100+x)/100]^4 which is equals to 1500$

1200$*[(100+x)/100]^4=1500$ divide both sides by 1200$

[(100+x)/100]^4=1,25 take the fourth root of both sides

(100+x)/100=1,05737 both sides*100

100+x = 105,737 both sides -100

x=5,737

So Jane's annaual interest rate was 5,737%.

Hope it helps you.

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If you need to borrow 350,000,it may be time to end your existance in this galaxy,don't you think. When you borrow that much you pay 5%

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Feb 04, 2010 | Sharp Televison & Video

Using the calculator at http://www.ecentralcu.org/futurevalue-pp.html I get $35,065.70

Payments = $21,600 + $13,465.70 in interest.

Payments = $21,600 + $13,465.70 in interest.

Aug 27, 2009 | HP 10bII Calculator

=10000*(1+0.96)^12

=10000*(1+0.10)^18

=10000*(1+0.10)^24

=10000*(1+0.10)^18

=10000*(1+0.10)^24

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If most of the miles were done on the highway, that is a good thing. If most were stop and go, then I would shy away from buying it. If you continue with the oil changes at 3000 miles and keep the car up on maintenance, you'll see alot more miles out of this car. It should be a really good one for a college commuter. I wouldn't hesitate in buying this car.

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