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...**PV**- GS29 did not come with software, kindly let me know the down load of the same. Spend about **10** minutes trying to find it, the Panasonic site really isn't very good, I ended up Googleing and ended ...

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...**Pv**) If you want to find EMI for 1 lakh at **10**% annual interest for **10** years you enter the following in one of the cells: = pmt(**10**%/12, **10***12, **10**0000) Borrowed from ...

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Question about Palmcorder PV-L353 Camcorder

...**PV**-L353 VHS Shuts off after about **10** mins. I have a Panasonic Palmcorder **PV**-L353 VHS and it shuts itself off after about **10** mins even when I am using it. I can flip the switch to off and flip it back ...

...**PV** when pmt=60,000 N=**10** I/Y=5 FV=1,000,000 I get **PV**=1,077,217 but it is supposed to be 1,077,202 not off by a large amount. Can't figure out why. can anyone help me? **PV**=1,077,202 while FV=1,000,000 ? ...

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Can you still buy tapes for a **PV**-DV201-K Camcorder? It takes a standard MiniDV tape. Costco has themn in a **10** pack for like $20.

...**pv**-gs180 had a tape stuck in it. I got the tape out but the camera doesn't record or play back anything on the tape. When trying to record, I have a picture in the viewfinder and the time code on the ...

...**10** years through internet at 9% , how much would i get in return? 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 ...

...**10**, **PV** = **10**,000, FV = 20,000, PMT = 0 but when I CPT I/Y I get Error 5 Error 5 indicates that no solution exists. In this particular case, you're asking for the interest rate on a savings account ...

...**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 ...

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