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Asked Apr 18, 2019

Please can you show me how to solve for P step by step thank you

OCF-$1,688,575.15 = [(P-yo-FC](1-Td + TCD
$1.688,575 15 (P $0056)(108.000,000)-$1130.0001 24)+ 24(55,750,000/5)
P = $ 03327
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OCF-$1,688,575.15 = [(P-yo-FC](1-Td + TCD $1.688,575 15 (P $0056)(108.000,000)-$1130.0001 24)+ 24(55,750,000/5) P = $ 03327

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