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Jane Frost wants to receive yearly payments of 15000 for 10 years. How much must she deposit at her bank today at 11% intrest compounded annually? I come up it by using calculator the following 15000 +/-

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  1. Present Value = 15000((1 - 1.11^10)/.11

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    posted by Reiny
  2. Present Value =
    15000[(1 - 1.11^(-10))]/.11

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