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# An investment, which is worth 44,500 dollars and has an expected return of 13.27 percent, is...

An investment, which is worth 44,500 dollars and has an expected return of 13.27 percent, is expected to pay fixed annual cash flows for a given amount of time. The first annual cash flow is expected in 1 year from today and the last annual cash flow is expected in 5 years from today. What is the present value of the annual cash flow that is expected in 3 years from today?

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(1) Present Value of Fixed Annual Cash Flows = Current Worth of the Investment = \$ 44500

Expected Return = 13.27 %, Tenure of Fixed Annual Cash Flows = 5 years

Let the fixed annual cash flows be \$ P

Therefore, 44500 = P x (1/0.1327) x [1-{1/(1.1327)^(5)}]

P = 44500 / 3.4942 = \$ 12735.45

Present Value of the Fixed Annual Cash Flow coming in at the end of Year 3 = 12735.45 / (1.1327)^(3) = \$ 8763.34

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