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If the interest rate is 24% per annum compounded monthly and the monthly repmt is R720.58. a) The monthly repmt is: R720.58 b) The balance at the end of month 12 is: R35 992.25 c) If the residual value is R4000 det the monthly repayment. R720.51 d) Given a residual of 0, det the interest paid between months 25 and 36 R8 634.47 e) det the principle paid between months 1 and 12 R7.75 f) What is the interest paid during the 48th period R719.11 g) If Initial pmt is R720.58 and pmts between months 15 and 20 are suspended det the new pmts to repay the loan over the remaining 340 months R811.6 h) If pmts between months 13 and 24 inclusively, are to be suspended, det the initial pmt to repay the loan in the 360 months. R864.94 i) If the pmts after month 60 is to be 2 times that of the initial payment, det the initial pmt R552.5 j) If the pmts between month 13 and month 36 inclusive are to be suspended and the pmts after month 36 are to be 2 times the initial payment, det the initial payment. R604.86 k) If the pmts between months 13 and 36 inclusive, were to be 2 times that of other months, det the initial payment. R554.93 l) If the interest rates were to change to 48% per annum compounded monthly from after the 36th payment, det the new pmt to pay off the loan Assume the initial pmt is R720.58 R1 438.8 m) If the interest rates were to change to 48% per annum compounded monthly from after the 36th payment, det the constant pmt over 360 months to repay the loan. R953.78 n) If the pmts are to increase by R5 per month from the end of month 2, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 360 months. R472.02 o) If the pmts are to increase by R10 per month from the end of month 10, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 360 months. R296.71 o2) If the pmts are to increase by R5 per month from the end of month 2, det the balance at the end of month 12 R38 972.89 o3) If the pmts are to increase by R4 per month from the end of month 3, det the balance at the end of month 12 given that the initial pmt is R525.65 R38 372.88 p) If the pmts are to increase by R5 per month from the end of month 3, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 360 months. R476.92 p2) If the pmts are to increase by R6 per month from the end of month 5, det the balance at the end of month 5 if the loan is to be repaid at the end of the period. R37 453.14 q) If the pmts are to decrease by R5 per month from the end of month 13, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 360 months. R920.2 r) If the initial pmt is R50 and is to increase from the end of month 2, det the monthly increase to repay the loan within 360 months. R13.49 s) If the initial pmt is R50 and is to increase from the end of month 20, det the monthly increase to repay the loan within 360 months. R19.31 t) If the initial pmt is R50 and is to increase from the end of month 10, det the monthly increase to repay the loan within 360 months. R15.82 u) Find FV of a stream of pmts growing by R5 per month starting from month 1 and continuing for 60 months if the interest rate is 2.00% per month. R14 083.14 v) Find PV of a stream of pmts growing by R5 per month starting from month 1 and continuing for 60 months. R4 292.29 w) Find FV of a stream of pmts growing by R5 per month starting from month 2 and continuing for 60 months. The initial pmt is R10 R14 653.4 x) Find pv of a stream of pmts growing by R5 per month starting from month 2 and continuing for 60 months. The initial pmt is R10 R4 466.1 X1) If the pmts are to increase by 0.5% per month from the end of month 2, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 360 months. R542.62 X2) If the pmts are to increase by 3% per month from the end of month 2, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 240 months. The discount rate is 2.0% R38.31 X3) If the pmts are to increase by 2% per month from the end of month 2, det the initial pmt to repay loan in 240 months. R153. X3) If you deposit R100 into an account yielding 2% per month. What is the FV after 60 months if your deposit increases by 2% per month from end of month 2. End of month deposits R19 300.18 X4) If you deposit R100 into an account yielding 2% per month. What is the FV after 60 months if your deposit increases by 1% per month from end of month 2. End of month deposits R14 643.34 X5) If you deposit R50 into an account yielding 2% per month. What is the FV after 60 months if your deposit increases by 3% per month from end of month 2. End of month deposits R13 052.86 y) The following assumes a monthly interest rate of 2%. You would like to realise R5000 in 60 months. det the monthly annuity R43.84 z) You would like to realise R5000 in 36 months. det the monthly annuity If the initial balance is R1000 and the monthly interest rate is 2.00% R56.93 aa) If you contribute R100 per month into the fund. det the interest earned between months 24 and 36 if the initial bal is R0 R957.25

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