example, has one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms. This concept eventually became known as valency; different elements bond with different numbers of atoms. In 1864, fellow German chemist Julius Lothar Meyer published a table of the 49 known elements arranged by valency. The table revealed that elements with similar properties often shared the same valency. English chemist John Newlands produced a series of papers in 1864 and 1865 noting that when the elements were listed in order of increasing atomic
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calculate present value. A. Suppose your bank account will be worth $15,000.00 in one year. The interest rate (discount rate) that the bank pays is 7%. What is the present value of your bank account today? What would the present value of the account be if the discount rate is only 4%? The present value for a bank account that is worth $15, 000 in one year at an interest rate of 7% will be $14019.00. Using the Present Value Factors Table for a period of one year at a 7% rate value factor is
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University of Phoenix Material Influences on the Constitution Table Write one or two paragraphs in each section. Include citations for your sources. |Documents |Summary |What was its influence on the Constitution? | |Magna Carta |The Magna Carta was a set of laws generated by the barons of |When the thirteen US colonies became
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obtained and that authorised capital spending was not exceeded. Investment appraisal method; There are four methods which we can use to evaluate the investments. 1) The Payback period 2) The accounting rate of return 3) The net present value method 4) The internal rate of return method A. The Payback period; The payback period is the number of years it takes to recover its initial investment. This method assists with the project risk and liquidity. The projects with the
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vi List of Tables Table 1 Benchmark 18 Table 2 Versus Table 35 Table 3 Operational Yearly Expenses (Existing System) 39 Table 4 Operational Expenses for Proposed System 40 (Alternative 1 : Client/Server) Table 5 Operational Expenses for Proposed System 41 (Alternative 1 : Peer-to-Peer) Table 6 System’s Hardware (Alternative 1 : Client/Server) 42 Table 7 System’s Software (Alternative 1 : Client/Server) 43 Table 8 System’s Hardware (Alternative 1 : Peer-to-Peer)
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In finance, the net present value (NPV) or net present worth (NPW)[1] of a time series of cash flows, both incoming and outgoing, is defined as the sum of the present values (PVs) of the individual cash flows of the same entity. In the case when all future cash flows are incoming (such as coupons and principal of a bond) and the only outflow of cash is the purchase price, the NPV is simply the PV of future cash flows minus the purchase price (which is its own PV). NPV is a central tool in discounted
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Present Value Applications 2. You are given a choice of being paid either $18,000 now or $20,000 two years from now. Which would you rather have, assuming you could earn 10% interest on any cash you have now? 18,000(121) = 21,780 It would be better to have 18,000 now than to have 20,000 in 2 years. 4. Would you be better off accepting $27,000 now or $10,000 at the end of each of the next three years, assuming that you can earn interest at 1) 6%? or 2) 4%? 6% 27,000(1.19102) = $32
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The Welcome Table Tameeka Smith-Ashby ENG 125: Introduction to Literature Instructor: Sarah MacDonald In every story characters pose drama, and excitement to capture the readers attention. What may be deceptively hidden behind the words of the author is the heart of the story, which is considered to be the theme. The theme is what stays in your mind, it’s what makes you wonder how and why. This literary element is a must, when constructing any style of literature. There is a need to captivate
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Net Present Value and Decision Making: From the following information on a project, calculate its net present value (NPV) after its 4-year useful life and state whether it is an acceptable project. Assume a required rate of return of 10% pa: |End of year |0 |1 |2 |3 |4 |5 | |Capital outlay |–30,000 |–15,000 | |
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Level 3 and Cloud Computing Level 3 Shapes the Cloud Any Cloud Computing application or service exhibits two characteristics. First it uses virtualization to decouple the end user from the actual service and second it employs a pay-as-you-go business model. Virtualization is the key technology, while pay-as-you-go provides the business flexibility. Virtualization let’s users take advantage of a service without the concern of owning or managing the actual physical resources used to provide
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Net present Value, Mergers and acquisitions FIN501 - Strategic Corporate Finance Net present Value, Mergers and acquisitions To start I would like to explain the difference and meaning of the present value of the future cash flows from an investment and the amount of investment. Present value of the expected cash flows is computed by discounting them at the required rate of return. For example, an investment of $1,000 today at 10 percent will yield $1,100 at the end of the year; therefore
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How does Steinbeck present the ranch community in Of Mice and Men? Value of Work and Working Men in Of Mice and Men for GCSE and IGCSE Steinbeck presents the ranch community with a startling degree of realism, dramatising a condition created by the Great Depression of migrant labourers, forced into work communities, with no families. This is summarized in the key quotation at the start of the novel where George says ‘guys like us are the loneliest guys in the world.’ It’s a large scale farm with
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Truth Tables and Euler Circles February 23, 2009 Truth Tables and Euler Circles In this paper I am going explain the relationship between truth tables and Euler circles. A truth table is a table that is used to show when a compound statement is true or false given the truth values of the simple statements that make up the compound statement (Bluman, A., 2005, p. 82). Such a table typically contains several rows and columns, with the top row representing the
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University of Phoenix Material Motivation Concepts Table Use the following table to complete the Motivation Concept Table assignment for Week One. You are encouraged to modify table formatting to suit your needs. Please consult with course instructor for additional assignment specifications. The completed table will serve as a resource for the remainder of the course. | | |Time Period Created |
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Table manners are the rules of etiquette used while eating, which may also include the appropriate use of utensils. Different cultures observe different rules for table manners. Each family or group sets its own standards for how strictly these rules are to be enforced. And now my group will present to you table manners of Vietnam. Although we live in VN, something on the table I will present to you will make you surprise. Our presentation will divided into two parts: part 1 is about general table
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CMIS102 Homework Assignment 3 Problem definition: Write a program that would calculate and display the results for the multiplication table for values ranging from 1 to 100. A. Problem Analysis – Following the directions in the assignment, clearly write up your problem analysis in this section. In order to write this program, two variables, ROWNUM and COLUMNNUM, will be used with nested repetition loop to complete the necessary calculations. ROWNUM will be used in an outerloop
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University of Phoenix Material Influences on the Constitution Table Complete each section below. Include citations for your sources. |Documents |Summary |What was its influence on the Constitution? | |Magna Carta |Magna Carta is a document that King John of England was forced |Magna Carta served to lay the foundation for the evolution
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Present value is where the value on a set date of a future payment is discounted to reflect the time value of money and other factors. This can also apply to a series of future payments. Present value calculations are commonly utilized in business and economics to provide a way to compare cash flows at different times. Present value can be described as the current worth of a future sum of money or stream of cash flows given a specified rate of return. (http://www.getobjects.com) Future cash flows
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Running head: OPEN TABLE E-Commerce for Small Business Bryan Nickum Prof. Richard Swersey December 7, 2013 Case Study: Open Table 1. Why will OpenTable competitors have a difficult time competing against OpenTable? Competitors will have a difficult time competing against OpenTable for a few different reasons. They are well established with having OpenTable.com which is a popular web site for making restaurant
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Chapter 09 1. A project has an initial cost of $27,400 and a market value of $32,600. What is the difference between these two values called? A. net present value B. internal return C. payback value D. profitability index E. discounted payback The length of time a firm must wait to recoup the money it has invested in a project is called the: A. internal return period. B. payback period. C. profitability period. D. discounted cash period. E. valuation period. The internal
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Brealey−Myers−Allen: Principles of Corporate Finance, Eighth Edition Back Matter Appendix A: Present Value Tables © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2005 APPENDIX A PRESENT VALUE TABLES A P P E N D I X TA B L E 1 Discount factors: Present value of $1 to be received after t years 1/(1 r)t. Interest Rate per Year Number of Years 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1% .990 .980 .971 .961 .951 .942 .933 .923 .914 .905 .896 .887 .879 .870 .861 .853 .844 .836 .828 .820 2% .980 .961 .942
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hPresent an outline of subcultural theories of crime and deviance and asses the values of these theories. Functionalism is a consensus structuralist theory which sees the source of crime and deviance looted in the structure of the society. Social order is bases on value consensus and social control aims to protect this by controlling the threat posed by crime and deviance. A former functionalist Merton, attempted to explain why deviance arises in the first place. He believes that the society
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FIN 301 Principles of Finance Present Value Part I: This part of the assignments tests your ability to calculate present value. A. Suppose your bank account will be worth $7,000.00 in one year. The interest rate (discount rate) that the bank pays is 8%. What is the present value of your bank account today? What would the present value of the account be if the discount rate is only 3%? PV=FV/(1+r)t, PV=7,000/1.08 = $6,481.48 at 8% PV=7,000/1.03, = $6,796.12 at 3% B. Suppose you have
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Imagine sitting down to dinner at a table lit by an overhead projector and interacting with the projections on the table in front of us. Our order? Placed by the swipe of a finger. This is the future of restaurants. These types of table first introduce London’s “inamo” restaurant called E-Table, the interactive ordering system is designed to give patrons “more control over their dining experience”. A projector, which is installed in the ceiling above each table, projects an interactive menu on
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You have been asked to support analysis of acquisition decisions involving net present value analysis. 1. You are analyzing the net present value of a project over a 16 year period. Based on the rates in the textbook, what is the actual discount rate you would use given that your analysis must consider the effects of inflation/deflation? In analyzing the pet present value of a project over a 16 year period, the inflation rate must be included in the computation of the discount rate to be used
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Chapter 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Dissolved Oxygen Measurement Page Section 1: Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Introduction 2 Section 2: Glossary 2 Section 3: Approved Methods 3 Section 4: Safety and Hygiene 3-4 Section 5: Sampling 4-5 Section 6: Effects of Temperature on DO 5 Section 7: Interpretations 5 Quiz 4.1 6 Section 8: Modified Winkler Method 6-9 Quiz 4.2 9 Section 9: The Electrometric Meter Method 9-11 Quiz 4.3 12 Section 10: QA/QC 12 Answers to Quizzes 13-14 Appendix
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Rating: Members: CAMPOS, Angela Date: August 15, 2014 JULIAN, Mariel MAGNO, Ralph Rolen TIAMZON, Jona Ailen Topic: Table of Specification, Unit Test as a basis References: Painless Math, Salita C. Benes, 2008 Geometry Textbook for 3rd year, JTW Corporation, 2002 Table of Specification 1 Types of Test to be Prepared Topics | AlternativeResponse | MultipleChoice | MatchingType | ProblemSolving | Total | 1.Quadrilaterals | 3 | 5 |
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PART 1. Estimate the value of AEM and its equity value. Step 1. Estimate free cash flow In DCF model, the first step is to forecast the cash flows. Given the seven-year projections of AME’s free cash flow shown in Exhibit 9, related free cash flows are organized in table 1. Line 4 through 13 show a simplified income statement for AEM. Depreciation is a noncash expense. Includes depreciation is because it may impact on taxable amount. Line 14 adds depreciation back to generate the free cash flow
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“The Welcome Table” Arlene Randolph ENG 125 Introduction to Literature Cicely Young, Instructor November 11, 2013 The Welcome Table The title of the story would lead you to believe that this particular “table” would be welcoming, warm and inviting and the people sitting behind the table would receive you joyfully and happily. It is unfortunate that not all “welcome tables” fit this description. This story captured my interest two ways: because I am familiar with the author, Alice
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LIFE TABLES Life tables are statistical tools constructed for measuring the mortality of a population. They provide a description of the most important aspects of the state of human mortality. They try to show, for a person at a particular age, what the probability is that they die before their next birthday. TYPES OF LIFE TABLES Life tables have been classified into several types: 1. Conventional/period/cross-sectional life tables- these tables are based on age specific mortality rates for a
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Round Table Management Practices MGT 330: Management for Organizations Professor Edris Gehy Jason Campbell 6/22/2014 Round Table Management Practices Management practices play crucial and decisive roles in allowing employees to work together for the accomplishment of common goals and objectives. An emphasis needs to be placed more upon reaching the predetermined goals just as much as to receive far better growth and progression for the company. There stays a great necessity
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FVn = PV*(1+i)^n | PV = FVn / (1+i)^n Present Value of annuity (PVA): the present value of the cash flows from an annuity, discounted at the appropriate discount rate Individual Cash Flow (CFn): Present value of annuity equation: CF/I x [1-1/(1+i)^n] Present Value of Ordinary Annuity: ***PMT x ((1-(1/1+i^n))/i) PVAn = CF x 1-1/(1+i)^n / i PVAn = present value of an n period annuity | CF = level and equally spaced cash flow | I = discount / interest rate | n = number of periods PVAn
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Difficulties of the NPV-method The Net Present Value (NPV) is a method to compare the value of an investment now and that amount in the future, taking into account the cost of capital and the cash flows generated by the investment. The formula to calculate the NPV is as follows: With t as the time of cashflow, i the discount rate and R the net cashflows. Although the formula to calculate the NPV is straightforward and takes into account the value of a cashflow (money) over time, there
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A Quantitative Analysis Of Apple's Present Value Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) announces earnings next week, and so we feel it is an appropriate time to quantitatively value the equity. Justification for a Weighted Averages Model To value this stock, we have employed a FCFE Weighted Averages Model (further explained below). We believe this model is an appropriate valuation method for all equities. In relation to Apple, we feel it is especially useful since Apple's growth can be qualitatively segmented: excellent
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University of Phoenix Material Website Review Find national, state, and local governmental health agency websites that address the issue you selected in your Week One assignment. Follow the example to document your findings in the table. Health issue: _Teen Pregnancy__________________________ |Website |Website Information Type |Type of Surveillance: |Data changes over time: |Identify two interventions
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27.16 Effective Return ($20) $27 36% → Vs. → ($40) $27 -32% When calculating the effective return using the book value method I began with $3.5 (given) in 2004 and calculated each year forward. By 2014 the equity book value grew to $671.5. I took 60% of the present value of $671.5 and calculated the effective return using an initial investment of $40 million. Under these assumptions, I found that the effective return was 63%. This return
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Data Table Analysis Sonya Cunningham University Of Phoenix Accounting Information System ACC/542 Eva King May 25, 2015 Data Table Analysis Kudler Fine Foods, established in 1998 is a specialty food store. The products at Kudler Fine Food are fresh and the inventory must be correctly tracked. It is very vital to the company in becoming successful. This paper will address the following regarding Kudler Fine Foods: evaluating the design elements of the data tables from an accounting perspective
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Appendix B: Tables TABLE 1 CUMULATIVE PROBABILITIES FOR THE STANDARD NORMAL DISTRIBUTION Entries in the table give the area under the curve to the left of the z value. For example, for z = –.85, the cumulative probability is .1977. Cumulative probability z 0 z .00 .01 .02 .03 .04 .05 .06 .07 .08 .09 Ϫ3.0 .0013 .0013 .0013 .0012 .0012 .0011 .0011 .0011 .0010 .0010 Ϫ2.9 Ϫ2.8 Ϫ2.7 Ϫ2.6 Ϫ2.5 .0019
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Evident within the analysis of financial management is the goal of maximising shareholder wealth. Pertaining to this goal is the methodology of capital budgeting, referred to as Net Present Value analysis(NPV). This concept evaluates a capital investment project measuring the difference between its cost and the present value of its expected cash flows (Parrino et al. 2014, p.339). More simply, the NPV tell us the amount by which the benefits from a capital expenditure exceed its costs (Parrino et al
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Present Value Exercise Part 1: Present Value Problems 1. FV = 2,500 x (1 + .14)^6 = 2,500 x (1.14)^6 = 2,500 x 2.19 = $5,475 2. PV = 10,000/(1 + .12)^5 = 10,000/(1.12)^5 = 10,000/1.76 = $5,681.82 3. PV = 52,500/(1 + .06)^4 = 52,500/(1.06)^4 = 52,500/1.26 = $41,667 4. PV = 13,000/(1 + 0.10)^3 = 13,000/(1.10)^3 = 13,000/1.331 = $9,767.09 Part 2: Contribution Margin Problems 1. 54,000/10 - 6 = 54,000/4 = 13,500 2. (10 – 6)/10 = 4/10 = 0.4 3. 54,000/0.4 = $135,000 4. 60,000 = 10x – 54,000
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CONVERSION TABLES HOBBY CONVERSION CHART SCALE EQUIVALENTS COMPUTED TO THE NEAREST 1/64” 1” = 100’ 1” = 75’ 1” = 60’ 1” = 50’ 1” = 40’ 1” = 30’ 1” = 20’ 1” = 10’ 1/32” = 1’ 1/16” = 1’ 3/32” = 1’ 1/8” = 1’ 3/16” = 1’ 1/4” = 1’ 3/8” = 1’ 1/2” = 1’ 3/4” = 1’ 1” = 1’ 1:1200 1:900 1:700 1:600 1:500 1:400 1:250 1:125 1:400 1:200 1:125 1:100 1:75 1:48 1:32 1:24 1:16 1:12 ACTUAL SIZE 1” = 1’ 1:12 G 1:24 #1 1:32 2” 4” 6” 8” 10” 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ 10’ 5/32” 11/32” 1/2” 21/32” 27/32” 1” 2” 3” 4” 5” 10”
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BUS 630 Week 6 DQ 2 Net Present Value Analysis To Buy This material Click below link http://www.uoptutors.com/BUS-630/BUS-630-Week-6-DQ-2-Net-Present-Value-Analysis Complete the following exercise, using this Excel template, and respond to at least two of your fellow students’ postings.. In eight years, Kent Duncan will retire. He is exploring the possibility of opening a self-service car wash. The car wash could be managed in the free time he has available from his regular occupation, and it
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Chapter 17 Valuation and Capital Budgeting for the Levered Firm Appendix 17A 17A-1 The Adjusted Present Value Approach to Valuing Leveraged Buyouts1 Introduction The RJR Nabisco Buyout In the summer of 1988, the price of RJR stock was hovering around $55 a share. The ﬁrm had $5 billion of debt. The ﬁrm’s CEO, acting in concert with some other senior managers of the ﬁrm, announced a bid of $75 per share to take the ﬁrm private in a management buyout. Within days of management’s offer
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principal). This tells you what present value tables to use. You use the Present Value of $1 (Present Value of a Single Sum) table to value the lump sums. You use the Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity to value streams of payments. So in the second example, you’d use the PV of $1 table to get the present value of the $10,000 lump sum, and you’d use the PV of an Ordinary Annuity table to get the present value of the five $200 payments. Before you can use the tables, though, there is one more step
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Tutorial: Present Values and Debt Pricing This material involves a review of topics covered during your FIN 214 course. You may also find more information on it in Chapter 6 of the AC 305/306 textbook (the first half of the book may be accessed through the “Read, Study, & Practice” module of WileyPlus). When you are considering any type of long-term investment – whether you are making the investment in a project, or making an investment in a long-term asset, or attempting to get long-term
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Foundations of the Net Present Value Rule Figure 2-1 illustrates the problem of choosing between spending today and spending in the future. Assume that you have a cash inflow of B today and F in a year's time. Unless you have some way of storing or anticipating income, you will be compelled to consume it as it arrives. This could be inconvenient or worse. If the bulk of your cash flow is received next year, the result could be hunger now and gluttony later. This is where the capital market comes
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Present Value and Capital Budgeting TUI University FIN301-Principles of Finance December 26, 2011 Abstract In this paper I will calculate the present value of income from a gold mine. Present Value and Capital Budgeting Part I A. Suppose your bank account will be worth $15,000.00 in one year. The interest rate (Discounted Rate) that the bank pays is 7%. is the present value of your bank account ? What would the present value of the account be if the
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Systems Media Table: Comparison Using this table, prepare and submit a 30 - 50 word response in each box that describes the purposes for each system, and gives examples and uses for each system. In addition, prepare and submit an APA-formatted reference page with at least five references. |System |Purposes |Examples |Uses | |Word processor |Word Processors are systems that are used |Some
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Periodic table From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the table used in chemistry. For other uses, see The Periodic Table. Standard form of the periodic table. The colors represent different categories of elements explained below. The periodic table is a tabular display of the chemical elements, organized on the basis of their atomic numbers and chemical properties. Elements are presented in increasing atomic number. The main body of the
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Present Value and Future Value Tables Table A-1 Future Value Interest Factors for One Dollar Compounded at k Percent for n Periods: FVIF k,n = (1 + k) n Period 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% 9% 10% 11% 12% 13% 14% 15% 16% 20% 24% 25% 30% 1 1.0100 1.0200 1.0300 1.0400 1.0500 1.0600 1.0700 1.0800 1.0900 1.1000 1.1100 1.1200 1.1300 1.1400 1.1500 1.1600 1.2000 1.2400 1.2500 1.3000
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