Consider the following cash flow series at 5% interest per year. Determine the PV using the best or fastest approach.
EOY |
Cash Flow |
0 |
0 |
1 |
0 |
2 |
0 |
3 |
9,000 |
4 |
9,500 |
5 |
10,000 |
6 |
10,500 |
7 |
11,000 |
8 |
11,500 |
Consider the following cash flow series at 5% interest per year. Determine the PV using the...
Engineering Economics: Show in Excel: 94. Consider the following cash flow profile: EOY Cash Flow -$50,000 $13,000 $12,000 $11,000 $10,000 $9,000 $8,000 $7,000 $6,000 What is the present worth equivalent for the cash flow series with an interest rate of 12%?
Write the expression for the cash flow. 7) (25 points) First draw a cash flow diagram for the cash flow series shown below. Then write an expression (e.g., P 500(P/A 5%, 3)+100(P/G 5%, 3) + ...) for the present worth of the following cash flow series. You must use at least one uniform series factor, one arithmetic gradient series factor, and one geometric gradient series factor. i=5% per period. No calculations are needed. EOY Cash Flow 4 5,00025,000 15,000 13,500...
For the following cash flows, with 5% per year a. Draw a fully labeled cash flow diagram b. Calculate the equivalent single cash flow at EOY O c. Calculate the equivalent single cash flow at EOY 6 d. Calculate the equivalent annuity cash flows for EOY 1 to 6 Cash Flow, $ 0 300 150 0 150 300 0 0 EOY 0 3 4 5 6 7
Consider the following three cash flow series: End of Year Cash Flow Series A Cash Flow Series B Cash Flow Series C $2,420 $3,420 $2,820 $2,220 $1,620 $1,020 0 $1,000 1.5X 2.0X 2.5X 3.0X 3 2Y 2Y 2Y 4 Determine the values of X and Y so that all three cash flows are equivalent at an interest rate of 16% per year compounded yearly Carry all interim calculations to 5 decimal places and then round your final answer to the...
Consider the following three cash flow series: End of Year Cash Flow Series A Cash Flow Series B Cash Flow Series C 0 -$1,000 Y 1 Х Y 2 1.5X Y -$2,680 $2,990 $2,690 $2,390 $2,090 $1,790 3 2.OX 2Y 4 2.5X 2Y 5 3.0X 27 Determine the values of X and Y so that all three cash flows are equivalent at an interest rate of 14% per year compounded yearly. X: $ Y: $ Carry all interim calculations to...
A cash flow series is increasing geometrically at the rate of 9% per year. The initial payment at EOY 1 is $4,000, with increasing annual payments ending at EOY 20. The interest rate is 16% compounded annually for the first seven years and 4% compounded annually for the remaining 13 years. Find the present amount that is equivalent to this cash flow.
5. A geometric series gradient has a positive cash flow of $1,000 at EOY 1, and it increases 5% per year for the following 5 years. Another geometric gradient has a positive value of $2,000 at the EOY 1, and it decreases 6% per year for years two through five. If the annual interest rate is 10%, which geometric series gradient would you prefer? (4.12)
Consider the infinite cash-flow series with repeated cash-flow patterns given in the table below. Determine i for this infinite cash-flow series. Click the icon to view the net cash flows for the projects. The rate of return is %. (Round to one decimal place.) An -$2,100 0 ,900 1 1,200 2 - 2,100 1,800 900 4 1,200 5 -2,100 1,800 6 900 7 1,200 8
Calculate the PV of a series of cash flows at 5% interest rate per annum. The series of cash flows are as follows: $1,500 today, $2,500 at the end of period 1, $3,500 at the end of period 2, and $4,800 at the end of period 3.
QUESTION 5 Consider the following sequence of year-end cash flows: EOY 1 2 4 Cash Flow $1,000 $1,100 $1,200 $1,300 $1,400 What is the uniform annual equivalent (to the nearest whole dollar) if the interest rate is 2% per year? (Do not enter a dollar sign $ with your answer.) QUESTION 5 Consider the following sequence of year-end cash flows: EOY 1 2 4 Cash Flow $1,000 $1,100 $1,200 $1,300 $1,400 What is the uniform annual equivalent (to the nearest...