# Finding Cash Flow Values by oceanview18

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```									In Class Exercises
Finding Future Value of Single Cash Flow
2.1 PV =             10,000                 FV =            \$16,105.10
PV =           \$40,000 n=5, r=8%        FV =           \$234,664.04

Finding Present Value of Single Cash Flow
FV = 2,300    n=7; r=4%                  PV =              \$1,747.81
FV = 200,000 n=30; r=10%                 PV =               (\$114.62)
FV=1,000      n=10;r=6% PMT=30           PV =               (\$779.20) (=BOND VALUATION)

Finding number of period
2.5 PV =         42,180.53 pmt=5000; r=12%                 FV = 250,000 NPER =                            11

PV =              15,000 FV=35,000 r = 15%                                             NPER =   6.062436
FV =               3,000 PV = 1,700 and r = 5%                                         NPER =   11.64136
FV =               1,000 PV =1,141 r = 5%              PMT=65                          NPER =   13.01242
(=BOND VALUATION)
Finding interest rate
FV = 500       PV = 367.82              n = 6; PMT=0                                        5%
PV = 1,700     FV = 2,851               n=6; PMT=0                                          9%

Perpetuity
5,000 = PMT r = 5.5%      PV =            90,909.09

Ordinary Annuity
PMT = 5,000 r = 5.5%       n = 10         \$37,688.13 PVAnnuity

PMT = 300      r = 0.5%   n = 360       FVAnnuity =    (\$200,903.01)

PV = 20,000 r = 0.5%      n = 36        PMT =              \$608.44

FV = 1,000,000; r = 10%; n = 35         PMT =            (\$3,689.71) (about 307.475/month)

Annuity DUE
PMT = 5,000 r = 5.5%       n = 10         \$39,760.98 PV
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