4. Recall the formula for an annuity, now written as a four-variable function:A(R, r, n, t) = RI(1+r/tr-iwhere R is the value of the recurring payment, r is the annual percentage rage, n is thenumber of years the annuity is i ments per year., and t is the number of payДА ДА ДА ДА(a) Compute-R, Or, n. at(b) Suppose R 2000, r-0.06, п-20.ț12. Úse these numbers to find the numericvalues of the partial derivatives computed in part (a). Round your answer to the nearestinteger

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4. Recall the formula for an annuity, now written as a four-variable function:
A(R, r, n, t) = RI(1+r/tr-i
where R is the value of the recurring payment, r is the annual percentage rage, n is the
number of years the annuity is i ments per year.
, and t is the number of pay
ДА ДА ДА ДА
(a) Compute-R, Or, n. at
(b) Suppose R 2000, r-0.06, п-20.ț
12. Úse these numbers to find the numeric
values of the partial derivatives computed in part (a). Round your answer to the nearest
integer
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4. Recall the formula for an annuity, now written as a four-variable function: A(R, r, n, t) = RI(1+r/tr-i where R is the value of the recurring payment, r is the annual percentage rage, n is the number of years the annuity is i ments per year. , and t is the number of pay ДА ДА ДА ДА (a) Compute-R, Or, n. at (b) Suppose R 2000, r-0.06, п-20.ț 12. Úse these numbers to find the numeric values of the partial derivatives computed in part (a). Round your answer to the nearest integer

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The formula of the annuity function with four variable R, r, n and t where, R represents the recurring payment, r represents percentage rage, n represents the number of years for which the amount invested and t represents the number of payments per year is:

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Differentiate the annuity function partially with respect to R.

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Differentiate the annuity function partially...

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