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Accy 111- Ch 6 Part 3

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1.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Today Thomas deposited $130,000 in a 2-year, 12% CD that compounds quarterly. What is the maturity value of the CD?
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2.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Carol wants to invest money in a 6% CD account that compounds semiannually. Carol would like the account to have a balance of $90,000 8 years from now. How much must Carol deposit to accomplish her goal?
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3.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Shane wants to invest money in a 6% CD account that compounds semiannually. Shane would like the account to have a balance of $100,000 3.5 years from now. How much must Shane deposit to accomplish his goal?
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4.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Bill wants to give Maria a $550,000 gift in 6.5 years. If money is worth 6% compounded semiannually, what is Maria's gift worth today? Your Answer:
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5.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794
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6.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Shelley wants to cash in her winning lottery ticket. She can either receive five, $190,000 semiannual payments starting today, or she can receive a lump-sum payment now based on a 6% annual interest rate. What is the equivalent lump-sum
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7.  Present and future value tables of $1 at 3% are presented below: NFV $1PV $1FVA $1PVA $1FVAD $1PVAD $111.030000.970871.00000.970871.03001.0000021.060900.942602.03001.913472.09091.9708731.092730.915143.09092.828613.18362.9134741.125510.888494.18363.717104.30913.8286151.159270.862615.30914.579715.46844.7171061.194050.837486.46845.417196.66255.5797171.229870.813097.66256.230287.89236.4171981.266770.789418.89237.019699.15917.2302891.304770.7664210.15917.7861110.46398.01969101.343920.7440911.46398.5302011.80788.78611111.384230.7224212.80789.2526213.19209.53020121.425760.7013814.19209.9540014.617810.25262131.468530.6809515.617810.6349616.086310.95400141.512590.6611217.086311.2960717.598911.63496151.557970.6418618.598911.9379419.156912.29607161.604710.6231720.156912.5611020.761612.93794  Jose wants to cash in his winning lottery ticket. He can either receive seven, $6,000 semiannual payments starting today, or he can receive a lump-sum payment now based on a 6% annual interest rate. What would be the lump-sum payment?
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8.  Present and future value tables of 1 at 11% are presented below. PV ofFV ofPVA of FVA of    $1$1        $1       $11.900901.11000.900901.00002.811621.232101.712522.11003.731191.367632.443713.34214.658731.518073.102454.70975.593451.685063.695906.22786.534641.870414.230547.9129  Spielberg Inc. signed a $190,000 noninterest-bearing note due in five years from a production company eager to do business. Comparable borrowings have carried an 11% interest rate. At what amount should this debt be valued at its inception?
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9.  Present and future value tables of 1 at 11% are presented below. PV ofFV ofPVA of FVA of    $1$1        $1       $11.900901.11000.900901.00002.811621.232101.712522.11003.731191.367632.443713.34214.658731.518073.102454.70975.593451.685063.695906.22786.534641.870414.230547.9129  Polo Publishers purchased a multi-color offset press with terms of $55,000 down and a noninterest-bearing note requiring payment of $40,000 at the end of each year for five years. The interest rate implicit in the purchase contract is 11%. Polo would record the asset at:
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10.  A series of equal periodic payments that starts more than one period after the agreement is called:
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11.  Yamaha Inc. hires a new chief financial officer and promises to pay him a lump sum bonus four years after he joins the company. The new CFO insists that the company invest an amount of money at the beginning of each year in a 7% fixed rate investment fund to insure the bonus will be available. To determine the amount that must be invested each year, a computation must be made using the formula for:
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12.  Zulu Corporation hires a new chief executive officer and promises to pay her a signing bonus of $2 million per year for 10 years, starting five years after she joins the company. The liability for this bonus when the CEO is hired:
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13.  Which of the following must be known to compute the interest rate paid from financing an asset purchase with an annuity?
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14.  Loan C has the same principal amount, payment amount and maturity date as Loan D. However, Loan C is structured as an annuity due while Loan D is structured as an ordinary annuity. Loan C's interest rate is:
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