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2.2)

Simple int erest

F = P (1 + iN )

10000 = 5000(1 + 0.06 N )

1

N= = 16.67 years

0.06

Compound int erest

F = P (1 + i ) N

10000 = 5000(1 + 0.05) N

log 2

N= = 14.20 years

log(1 + 0.05)

2.3)

Simple int erest

I = (iN ) P

I = 8, 000(0.08 15) = $9600

I = P (1 + i ) N - P = 8, 000 { (1 + 0.08)15 - 1} = $17377.35

2.4)

Simple int erest

I = (iN ) P

I = 5, 000(0.08 10) = $4000

I = P (1 + i ) N - P = 5, 000 { (1 + 0.07)10 - 1} = $4,835.75

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2.5)

Alternative 1

F = P ( F / P, i , N ) = 4000( F / P,5%,5) = 4000 1.2763 = $5105.20

Alternative 2

F = P { 1 + (iN )}

F = 4, 000 { 1 + (0.06 7)} = $5680

Alternative 2 is better than alternative 1.

2.6)

End of Period (Year) Principal Payment ($) Interest Payment ($) Remaining Balance ($)

0 0 0 8000

1 1364 640 6636

2 1473.12 530.88 5,162.88

3 1590.97 413.03 3571.91

4 1718.25 285.76 1853.67

5 1855.70 148.3 -2.03

2.9)

Alternative1: P = $150

Alternative2 : P = F ( P / F ,9%, 2) = 200 0.8417 = $168.34

Alternative3: P = F ( P / F ,9%,5) = 250 0.6499 = $162.47

Alternative 2 is preferred

2.12)

F = P( F / P,9%, 2) = 1.1881P

P

Discount = 1 - = 0.1583 = 15.83%

1.1881P

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2.13)

(a) F = P ( F / P, 7%, 6) = 5000 1.5007 = $7503.5

(b ) F = P( F / P, 6%,8) = 13000 1.5938 = $20, 719.4

(c) F = P( F / P,10%, 25) = 16000 10.8347 = $1, 73,355.2

(d ) F = P ( F / P,5%,10) = 10000 1.6289 = $16, 289

2.14)

(a) P = F ( P / F , 6%,8) = 6000 0.6274 = $3764.4

(b) P = F ( P / F ,10%, 6) = 10000 0.5645 = $5645

(c ) P = F ( P / F , 7%,8) = 12000 0.5820 = $6984

(d ) P = F ( P / F ,9%,10) = 18000 0.4224 = $7603.2

2.15)

(a ) P = F ( P / F ,10%,5) = 20000 0.6209 = $12, 418

(b) F = P( F / P,10%,5) = 12000 1.6105 = $19,326

2.16)

4 P = P (1 + 0.12) N

log 4

N= = 16.08 years

log1.09

2.17)

3P = P (1 + 0.12) N

log 3

N= = 16.23 years

log1.07

2.18)

2 P = P (1 + 0.12) N

log 2

N= = 6.11 years

log1.12

72

From the rule of 72, number of years = =6

12

281

= $64553254.69

2.19)

2.20)

P = 20000( P / F ,12%, 2) + 55000( P / F ,12%, 4) = $50896.5

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2.22)

Simple interest (John):

I = P(1 + i ) N - 1

= $1, 000

(1 + .095)5 - 1

= $574.24

2.23)

P = F1 ( P / F , i %, N1 ) + F2 ( P / F , i%, N 2 ) + F3 ( P / F , i %, N 3 )

= 8000(( P / F ,8%, 1) + 2000 ( P / F , 8%, 2 ) + 5000 ( P / F ,8%, 3 )

= 8000 0.9259 + 2000 0.8573 + 5000 0.7938 = $13090.80 Ans.

2.24)

P = F2 ( P / F , i%, N1 ) + F3 ( P / F , i%, N 2 ) + F4 ( P / F , i%, N 3 ) + F5 ( P / F , i%, N 4 )

= 5000(( P / F ,7%, 2 ) + 6000 ( P / F , 7%, 3 ) + 8200 ( P / F , 7%, 4 ) + 4500( P / F , 7%, 5)

= $19362.95 Ans.

2.25)

F = P1 ( F / P, 9%, 8 ) + P2 ( F / P, 9%, 6 ) + P3 ( F / P, 9%, 4 )

= 4000 ( F / P, 9%, 8 ) + 7000 ( F / P, 9%, 6 ) + 5000 ( F / P, 9%, 4 )

= 4000 1.9926 + 7000 1.6771 + 5000 1.4116 = $26768.10 Ans.

2.26)

P = $3, 000, 000 + $2, 400, 000( P / A,8%,5)

+ $3, 000, 000( P / A,8%, 5)( P / F ,8%,5)

= $20, 734, 774.86

2.27)

P = F1 ( P / F , i%, N1 ) + F2 ( P / F , i%, N 2 ) + F3 ( P / F , i %, N 3 )

= 5000(( P / F ,10%, 2 ) + 7000 ( P / F , 10%, 6 ) + 9000 ( P / F ,10%, 12 )

= $17083.81 Ans.

2.28)

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= 7000 + 6048 + 5031.93 = $18079.93

2.29)

X = 20000( F / P,8%, 6) - 16000( F / P,8%,5) - 16000( F / P,8%, 4)

- 12000( F / P,8%, 3) - 16000( F / P,8%, 2) - 16000( F / P,8%,1)

= $221, 044.40 Ans.

2.30)

100000 - 12000( F / P,10%,5) - 15000( F / P,10%,3)

X=

( F / P,10%, 2)

= $50,172.72 Ans.

2.31)

X = 1000( F / P,12%, 4) - 60( F / P,12%,3) - 100( F / P,12%, 2)

- 120( F / P,8%,1) - 130

= $1099.36 Ans.

2.32)

P = 50000(( P / F ,10%, 1) + 65000 ( P / F , 10%, 2 ) +55000 ( P / F , 10%, 3)

+ 46000 ( P / F ,10%, 4 ) + 39000 ( P / F ,10%, 5 )

= $196125.6 Ans

2.34)

(a) F = A( F / A,5%, 6) = 6000 6.8019 = $40811.4 Ans.

(b) F = A( F / A,5%, 6)(1 + i ) = 40811.4 1.05 = $42851.97 Ans.

2.35)

(a ) F = A( F / A,7%,5) = 8000 5.7507 = $46005.6

(b) F = A( F / A,8%,8) = 10000 10.6366 = $106366

(c ) F = A( F / A,10%, 20) = 18000 57.2750 = $1030950

(d ) F = A( F / A,12%,12) = 7000 24.1331 = $168931.7

2.36)

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(b) A = F ( A / F ,10%,8) = 21000 0.0690 = $1449

(c ) A = F ( A / F , 7%, 20) = 10000 0.0244 = $244

(d ) A = F ( A / F ,9%,11) = 15000 0.0569 = $853.50

2.37)

A = F ( A / F , 7%,8) = 375000 0.0975 = $36562.5

2.39)

(

1 + i ) - 1 ( 1.07 ) - 1

N N

F = A 55000 = 5000

i 0.07

1.07 = 1.77

N

log1.77

N= = 8.439 years Ans.

log1.07

2.40)

A = F ( A / F ,10%, 6) = 120000 0.1296 = $15552 Ans

2.41)

F = A( F / A, i %, N ) + P( F / P, i %, N ) = 5000( F / A,5%,8) + 10000( F / P,5%,8)

= 5000 9.5491 + 10000 1.4775 = $62520.5 Ans.

2.42)

(a) A = P( A / P, i %, N ) = 28000( A / P, 7%, 4) = 28000 0.2952 = $8265.60

(b) A = P( A / P, i%, N ) = 4800( A / P,8%,5) = 4800 0.2505 = $4800.25

(c ) A = P( A / P, i %, N ) = 9000( A / P,5%, 6) = 9000 0.1970 = $1773

(d ) A = P( A / P, i %, N ) = 33000( A / P, 7%,15) = 33000 0.1098 = $3623.4

2.43)

A = P( A / P, i %, N ) = 28000( A / P,12%, 4) = 28000 0.3292 = $9217.6 Ans

First year ' s int erest = 28000 0.12 = $3360

Pr incipal paid in f irst year = 9217.6 - 3360 = $5857.6

Interest paid in sec ond year = (28000 - 5857.6) 0.12 = $2657.08 Ans

2.44)

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(b) P= A( P / A, i%, N ) = 18000( P / A,8%,12) = 18000 7.5361 = $135649.8

(c ) P= A( P / A, i%, N ) = 10500( P / A,12%, 7) = 10500 4.5638 = $47919.9

(d ) P= A( P / A, i%, N ) = 8000( P / A, 6%, 40) = 8000 15.0463 = $120370.4

0.0625 ( 1 + 0.0625 )

36

( A / P, 6.25%,36) = = 0.07044

( 1 + 0.0625)

36

-1

2.45) (a)

( 1 + 0.0925) - 1

125

( P / A,9.25%,125) = = 10.81064

0.0925 ( 1 + 0.0925 )

125

(b)

2.46)

F = A( F / A,8%,12)(1 + i )( F / P,8%,3) = 800 18.97711.08 1.2597 = $20654.31 Ans.

2.47)

A = P ( A / P, i %, N ) = 9000( A / P,10%, 6) = 9000 0.2296 = $2066.40 Ans

Second year payment including first year payment at the end of sec ond year = A + A(1 + i )

= 2066.40 + 2066.40(1 + 0.10) = $4339.44 Ans.

2.48)

P = A( P / A, i %, N ) = 35000( P / A,9%,12) = 12000 7.1607 = $250624.50

Yes, it is worth to purchase the newequipment

( Since, total saving in ma int enance is more than the initial investment ).

2.49)

A

P=

i

A 300

i= = = 0.0666 @ 6.67% Ans.

P 4500

A 800

P= = = $6666.67 Ans.

2.50) i 0.12

2.51)

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F = 10000 5.7507 + 3000 1.8650 5.7507 = $89682.167 Ans.

2.52)

F = A( F / A, i%, N ) - G ( A / G , i %, N )( F / G, 7%,5) = 15000( F / A, 7%,5) - 1000( A / G, 7%,5)( F / A, 7%,5)

F = 15000 5.7507 - 1000 1.8650 5.7507 = $75532.44 Ans.

2.53)

P = A( P / A, i %, N ) + G ( P / G, i %, N ) = A( P / A, 6%, 6) + G ( P / G, 6%, 6)

= 200 4.9173 + 100 11.459 = $2129.36 Ans

2.54)

A = A - G ( A / G , i %, N ) = 10000 - 1000( A / G , 7%,10)

A = 10000 - 1000 3.9461 = $6053.9 Ans.

2.55)

P = A( P / A, i %, N ) + G ( P / G, i %, N ) = A( P / A,8%,10) + G ( P / G,8%,10)

= 5000 6.7101 + 500 25.977 = $46539 Ans

2.56)

A( F / A, i%, N1 ) - G ( A / G, i %, N1 )( F / A, i %, N1 ) = G ( P / G, i %, N 2 )

1500( F / A, 6%,5) - 300( A / G, 6%,5)( F / A, 6%,5) = C ( P / G, 6%, 6)

1500 5.6371 - 300 1.8836 5.6371 = C 11.459

C = $459.92 Ans.

2.57)

A1 = $8000, g = 6% = 0.06, i = 8% = 0.08, N = 30 years

1- ( 1+ i ) ( 1+ g ) 1 - ( 1 + 0.08 ) ( 1 + 0.06 )

-N -30

A1 8000

N 30

F= F / P, i %, N =

[ ] F / P,8%, 30

[ ]

i-g 0.08 - 0.06

= $17, 27, 673.68 Ans.

2.58)

(a) A1 = $120 1200000 = $144000000, g = -9% = -0.09, i = 10% = 0.1, N = 6 years

1 - ( 1 + i ) ( 1 + g ) 144000000

1 - ( 1 + 0.1) ( 1 - 0.09 )

-N -6

A1

N 6

P= =

i-g 0.1 - 0.09

= $9784117606 Ans.

(b) A1 = $120 1200000 = $144000000, g = 3% - 9% = -0.06, i = 10% = 0.1, N = 6 years

1 - ( 1 + i ) ( 1 + g ) 144000000

1 - ( 1 + 0.1) ( 1 - 0.06 )

-N -6

A1

N 6

P= =

i-g 0.1 - 0.06

= $2198111376 Ans.

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2.59)

20

P = An (1 + i ) - n

n =1

20

= (2, 000, 000)n(1.06) n -1 (1.06) - n

n =1

20

1.06 n

= (2, 000, 000 /1.06)n( )

n =1 1.06

20

= (2, 000, 000 /1.06)n

n =1

20(21)

= (2, 000, 000 /1.06)

2

= $396, 226, 415.1

2.60)

1- (1+ i) 1 (1+ g ) 1

-N

A1

N

(a) F = A( F / A, i %, N ) = P =

i-g

(

1 - 1 + 0.07 ) ( 1 + 0.05 )

-5

2000

5

A( F / A, 7%,10) =

0.07 - 0.05

1 - ( 1 + 0.07 ) ( 1 + 0.05 )

-5

2000

5

A= = $652.6 Ans.

(0.07 - 0.05) 13.8164

AN

(b) F = A( F / A, i %, N ) = P = 1

(1+ i)

2000 5 2000 5

A= = = $757.18 Ans.

( 1 + 0.05) ( F / A,5%,10) ( 1 + 0.05 ) (12.5779)

A = $12,649 should be set aside on the account

A = $87,185 / year

b)

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1 - ( 1.03) ( 1.06 )

20 -20

= A1

0.06 - 0.03

= $68, 674 / year

2.62)

P = $40 ( P / A,10%,3) + 20( P / F ,10%, 2) = 3C ( P / A,10%,3 ) - C ( P / F ,10%, 2)

40 2.4869 + 20 0.8264 = 3C 2.4869 - C 0.8264 = C 6.6343

116.004 = C 6.6343

116.004

C= = $17.5 Ans.

6.6343

2.63)

P = 150( P / A,8%,8) + 50( P / A,8%, 6)( P / F ,8%, 2)

+50( P / A,8%, 4)( P / F ,8%, 4)

= 150 5.7466 + 50 4.6229 0.8573 + 50 3.31210.7350 = $1181.87

2.65)

P = -1000( P / F ,8%,1) + 600( P / A,8%, 4)( P / F ,8%,1) + 200( P / F ,8%, 5)

= -1000 0.9259 + 600 3.31210.9259 + 200 0.6806 = $1050.22 Ans.

2.66)

450 3.6048 = A(3.6048 - 0.7118)

1622.16

A= = $560.71

2.893

2.67)

500( F / A,8%, 4) + 1000( F / A,8%, 2) 500 4.5061 + 1000 2.080

X= = = $2088.96 Ans.

( F / A,8%,5) 5.8666

2.68)

50( F / A,12%, 4) + 50( F / A,12%, 2) = C ( F / A,12%, 4) + 2C ( F / A,12%,3) - 2C

50 4.7793 + 50 2.12 = C { 4.7793 + 2 3.3744 - 2}

C = $33.598

2.69)

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C (11.0285) = $5, 000(1.7591) + $5000

C = $1, 250.90

2.71)

600 11.4359 + 1000 4.641

C= = $835.06

(9.4872 + 2 2.1436)

2.72)

[{100 1.04 + X }(1.06 1.08 + 200] 1.1 = 800

X = -$100.71

2.73)

A( F / A,10%,18)( F / P,10%,3) = 25000( F / P,10%, 4)

A 45.5992 1.3310 = 25000 1.4641

A = $603.08 Ans.

2.74)

800 + 800( P / A,12%,5) = X ( P / A,12%, 4)

800(1 + 3.6048) = X 3.0373

X = $1212.86 Ans.

2.75)

1200 ( F / A,10%,9 ) = X ( F / P,10%, 7 )

1200 13.5795 = X 1.9487

X = $8362.19 Ans.

2.76

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C = $1375.13 Ans.

2.77

[{1200( P / F , 6%,1) + 1200}( P / F ,8%,1) + 1800]( P / F , 6%,1) + 1200 = 4935.178

4935.178( P / F , 4%,1) = $4745.136 Ans.

2.78)

P1 = 30, 723( P / F , i %,5)

P2 = A( P / A, i%,10)

(1 + i )10 - 1

$50, 000(1 + i) -5 = $5, 000 10

i (1 + i )

\ i = 13.06%

2.79)

Exact:

2 P = P (1 + i )5

2 = (1 + i )5

log 2 = 5 log(1 + i)

i = 14.87%

Rule of 72:

72 / i = 5years

i =14.4%

2.80)

P1 = $150( P / A, i,5) - $50( P / F , i,1)

(1 + i )5 - 1

= $150 5

(1 + i )-1

- $50

i (1 + i )

$200 $150 $50 $200 $50

P2 = + + + +

(1 + i ) (1 + i) (1 + i ) (1 + i ) (1 + i)5

2 3 4

i = 14.96%

2.81)

$35,000 = $10, 000( F / P, i,5)

= $10, 000(1 + i)5

i = 28.47%

2.82)

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(1 + i ) 25 - 1

= $7.92 (1 + i)

i

\ i = 6.37%

2.83) The equivalent future worth of the prize payment series at the end of

Year 20 (or beginning of Year 21) is

= $1,952,381(36.7856)

= $71,819,506.51

= ($36,100, 000 - $1,952,381)(3.2071)

= $109,514,828.9

F2 - F1 = $109,514,828.9 - $71,819,506.51

= $37,695,322.4

2.84)

$1, 000( F / P,9.4%,5) + $500( F / A,9.4%,5)

(1 + 0.094)5 - 1

= $1, 000((1 + 0.094)5 ) + $500( )

0.094

= $1, 000(1.5671) + $500(6.0326)

= $4,583.4

= $4,583.4((1 + 0.094)60 )

= $4,583.4(219.3)

= $1, 005,141.21

able to invest the social security deposits at 9.4% interest over 60

years.

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2.85)

+6, 275, 000( P / F , 6%,3) + 6, 625, 000( P / F , 6%, 4)

+7575000( P / F , 6%,5) + 8125000( P / F , 6%, 6)

+ $8,875, 000( P / F , 6%, 7)

= $3,875, 000 + $2,550, 000(0.9434)

+ $5,525, 000(0.8900) + L

+ $8,875, 000(0.6651)

= $39,548, 212.5

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