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What lump sum deposited today at 12% compounded quarterly for 5 years will yield the same final amount as deposits of $5000 at the end of each 6-month period for 5 years at 8% compounded semiannually?

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What lump sum deposited today at 8% compounded quarterly for 5
years will yield the same final amount as deposits of $3000 at the
end of each 6-month period for 5 years at 4% compounded
semiannually?

What lump sum deposited today at 12% compounded quarterly for
10 years will yield the same final amount as deposits of $4000 at
the end of each 6-month period for 10 years at 10% compounded
semiannually?

What lump sum deposited today at 8 ?% compounded quarterly for
15 years will yield the same final amount as deposits of ?$6000 at
the end of each? 6-month period for 15 years at 8 ?% compounded?
semiannually?
The value of the lump sum is?

1. For the next 6 years, you pan to make equal quarterly
deposits of $600.00 into an account paying 8% compounded quarterly.
How much will be the total you have at the end of the time?
2. How much money will you have to deposit now if you wish to
have $5,000 at the end of 8 years. Interest is to be at the rate of
6% compounded semiannually?
3. In the California “Million Dollar Lottery” a winner is paid...

Find the least amount that could be deposited in a bank account
today at 10% compounded semiannually to allow $1875 withdrawals at
the end of each 6 months for 12 years. Round to the nearest
cent
A 26,426.14
B 25,872.45
C 49,127.55
D 25,291.07

What lump sum of money must be deposited into a bank account at
the present time so that $600 per month can be withdrawn for six
years, with the first withdrawal scheduled for seven years from
today? The interest rate is 1/2% per month. (Hint: Monthly
withdrawals begin at the end of the month 84.)

An investor needs $11 comma 000 in 12 years. (a) What amount
should be deposited in a fund at the end of each quarter at 5%
compounded quarterly so that there will be enough money in the
fund? (b) Find the investor's quarterly deposit if the money is
deposited at 7.8% compounded quarterly. Round both to the nearest
cent

SINGLE LUMP-SUM Below are four independent scenarios relating to
the investment of a single lump-sum amount. Calculate the future
value of each, using the algebraic formula illustrated in the
textbook. Then, verify your answer by reference to the “future
value of $1” table. If you have a “business” calculator,
additionally verify your calculations using the future value
functions included with your calculator.
a) An investment of $2,000 for 6 years and then also for 8
years, at a 6% annual...

What will be the future value?
(1). A lump-sum of $3000 now, in 5 years at 7% compounded
annually.
(2). Series of payment: $3000 at the end of each year for 5
years at 7% compounded annually.
(3). $1000 at the end of the first year, then increase at a rate
of $100 for the following 4 years. The interest rate of 7%
compounded annually.
(4). $1000 at the end of the first year, then increase by 10%
for the...

Time Value of Money
a. What is the present value of a $2,000 lump sum to be paid in
six years if interest rate is 5%?
b. Suppose you deposit $1,000 today in an account that pays 8%
APR. How many years will it take the account balance to grow to
$3,000 if interest is compounded quarterly?

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