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Textbook Problem

Solve the following exercises by using formulas.

Present value of an ordinary annuity

AnnuityPayment PaymentFrequency TimePeriod (yrs) Nominal Rate ( % ) InterestCompounded Present Value of the Annuity
19. $950 every year 8 2.9 annually

To determine

To calculate: The present value of an ordinary annuities, where annuity payment is $950, the frequency of payment is 1 year, the time duration is 8 years, the nominal rate of return is 2.9% and interest is compounded annually.

Explanation

Given Information:

Annuity payment is $950, the frequency of payment is 1 year, the time duration is 8 years, the nominal rate of return is 2.9% and interest is compounded annually.

Formula used:

The formula for the calculation of present value of an ordinary annuities is as,

PV=Pmt×1(1+i)ni

Where, PV is present value, Pmt is annuity payment, i is interest rate per period and n is number of periods.

Calculation:

Consider the provided information,

Annuity payment is $950, the frequency of payment is 1 year, the time duration is 8 years, the nominal rate of return is 2.9% and interest is compounded annually.

Now, the interest rate per period is 2.9%(2.9%÷1 period per year).

The number of periods is 8(8 years×1 period per year).

Now, substitute n=8, i=0

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