The formula P = 1 + 0.074 = 1,286.55 is a way to calculate the accumulation amount of an invested amount. A represents the total amount, A the initial investment (905), r the annual interest rate of 7%, and n the time period of the investment. A = 905 (1 + 0.07)4 = 1,286.55
You can find the years of sales at a particular growth rate by using the following formula: n = log (Sf/Si/log(1+ r), where Sf (final sales) is 54,207, Si (initial sales 28,109) and r (average annual growth rate of 2.34%). Log(54207/28109 / log (1 + 0.0234) = 15.3 Years
To find the annual interest rate required for an investment to grow to a certain amount in a certain number of years, you can use the formula r = (F/P)^(1/n) – 1, where F is the final amount (65,800), P is the initial amount (3,795), and n is the number of years. r = (65800/3795)^(1/29) – 1 = 0.0951 or 9.51%
To find the accumulated sum of a stream of payments over a certain number of years at a certain interest rate, you can use the formula A = P(1 – (1+r)^-n) / r, where A is the accumulated sum, P is the payment amount (1,482), r is the annual interest rate (8.89%), and n is the number of payments (11). A = 1482(1 – (1 + 0.0889)^-11) / 0.0889 = 16,822.48
The formula PV = C/ (1 + 0.0819)16 = $599,928.27 PV = 65015 / (1 + 0.0819)16 = $599,928.27 PV = 65015/(1 + 0.0819)16 = $59,928.27
You can calculate the cumulative value of cash flows that have been reinvested at a specific interest rate using the formula FV =C(1+r)n. FV represents the future value, C the cash flow amount, and C the interest rate. n refers to the number of years. For the calculation of the total investment value, the specific cash flow amounts must be given.