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Math and Arithmetic
Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
Factoring and Multiples
How do you find future value of share if you have present of it?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Money Management
What is the difference between present value interest factors versus future value interest factor?
The Present Value Interest Factor PVIF is used to find the present value of future payments, by discounting them at some specific rate. It decreases the amount. It is always less than one But, the Future Value Interest Factor FVIF is used to find the future value of present amounts. It increases the present amount. It is always greater than one.
What is the difference between present values and future values?
Asked in Microsoft Excel
If you want to find the present value of an investment you should choose the financial function?
Where can I find a Present Value Calculator online?
Asked in Annuities
How is present value annuity factor calculated?
Asked in Hindi Language and Culture
Where can you find free Hindi essays on the topic present and future of Indian games?
How is the present value of a mixed stream of cash flows calculated?
Asked in Economics, Environmental Issues, Earth Day
Discount rate in natural resource management?
Discounting means the proceedure by which we find the present value of future benefits. If the discount rate is low then the availability of resources in future is moreIf the discount rate is high then the availability of resources in future is less .ie. faster will be the depletion of natural resources leaving less for future generation
Asked in Verbs, Past Tenses
Where would you find the verb tense on the word plea?
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Can you find skeletons in minecraft pocket edition?
Asked in Financial Statements
Where to find market value per share at balance sheet date?
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Where can you find an example slogan or a sample slogan of ecosystem?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Business & Finance
How do you find the simple interest of a bank account?
The formula for simple interest is FV = PV * (1 + t*i) Where FV = Future Value PV = Present Value t = time i = interest rate As an example, suppose you have $100 now, the interest rate is 5%, and the time is 4 years. The future value is then FV = $100 * (1 + (4)*(0.05)) = $100 * (1 + 0.2) = $100 * 1.2 = $120 After four years, you will have $120.
Asked in Past Tenses, Present Tenses
How does the past impact the present and the future?
The past impacts on the future because, for an example that if Archimedes hadn't found out what pi equals, (3.141592654) we wouldn't be able to find the area of a circle. Another reason is that the past influences us and encourages us to move on forward and so, it impacts a lot in the present and the future.
Asked in Future Tenses
What is the future tense for find?
Asked in Future Tenses, The Difference Between
How do you differentiate between the future tenses?
Simple future tense This simply uses the modal auxiliary "will' before the verb. For example: Will find. Future continuous tense This talks about an action at a particular moment in the future. It follows this structure: Subject + Will + Be + Present Participle. For example: I will be working. Future perfect tense This talks about the past in the future. It follows this structure: Subject + Will + Have + Past Participle. For example: I will have finished. Future perfect continuous tense This talks about a long action before a point in the future. It follows this structure: Subject + Will + Have + Been + Present Participle. For example: I will have been traveling.
Asked in Business & Finance, Math and Arithmetic
How do you find the compound interest of a bank account?
The formula for compound interest is FV = PV * (1 + i) ^ t Where FV = Future Value PV = Present Value t = time i = interest rate As an example, suppose you have $100 now, the interest rate is 5%, and the time is 4 years. The future value is then FV = $100 * (1 + 0.05) ^ 4 = $100 * (1.05)^4 = $100 * 1.21550625 =~ $121.55 After four years, you will have $121.55. Note the answer has been rounded to the nearest cent.