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NPV=-4,300,000+710,000(PVIFA 11.30%, 20) The answer is NPV=1,243,895.08. My question is how do I use a financial...

NPV=-4,300,000+710,000(PVIFA 11.30%, 20)

The answer is NPV=1,243,895.08.

My question is how do I use a financial calculator to get the answer?

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I am telling you how to do it in financial calculator 'BAII Plus Tutorial'.

First we will calculate the 710,000(PVIFA 11.30%, 20):

Now to find the Net NPV, we can add -4,300,000 to it.

NPV =  -4,300,000 + 5543895.08 = 1,243,895.08.

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