Sorry; don't understand your English.
English is easy to learn;
my mother tongue is French; exposed to English in grade 9 (14 years old);
today, I write better in English than French!
Wilmer Ok, I really thank you very much.
Look, I was doing it correctly for depreciation, only that I fixed that excel cells started the series in row 4 (how silly).
I have only one doubt as to the equation to solve numerically the equation of the fees in the first problem, suppose that is a debt to repay in 3 years, if not ten., etc.
In it's that you say that the calculation is complex, right?
Sorry to be so heavy, and finally, when you found that fee down there, which was solved numerically the equation? I can expand in the event that the term is larger as I said?
Thank you.
Greetings.
Dogod.
discount every premium back to the present day seperately. The present value of all premiums should be the value of the loan.
So, for the 3%,8%,5% case with payments annually in arrears:
P = 366.8404
Hi sorry
asking Him I wanted one of the two, in the calculation of net present value, to evaluate an investment alternative, if I for example I have this cash flow, the book says:
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Evaluating the project with a rate of 30% chance:
NPV =
So the project should be rejected, but I wonder if there is a way to bring the values to zero time, without them one by one.
the difficulty I have is because the values are not uniform but it will rise.
Thank you very much,
Greetings
Hi Wilmer, thank you very much, excuse my bad English:
So there is no other way to make the calculation more quickly? In the original statement said that the income (top graph flow) increased by 20% each cycle.
And make suguiente calculation, but do not quite understand, to see if you suddenly look at what may be what they do.
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On the other hand, telling me how you, what should always be that way: revenues minus expenses? And if I get negative?
Thank you very much.
For flow amounts increasing at x% (your 20% ), go learn here:
Present Value of a Growing Annuity
I suggest you use google in the future: it doesn't care if your English is bad!