# Time Value Analysis

TimeValue Analysis

TimeValue Analysis

Qn.9.1

a).

Anopportunity cost rate is the value of a product that shall beneglected to tackle certain issues. The advantages could be achievedby looking at the quality of products. It is also thedifference in return between a selected business and the need to passup. For example you put money in goods of the business and itacquires a paltry 4 percent in a given year. In investing your moneyin the stock, you gave up the opportunity of another investment. Forexample, a risk-free government bond yielding 8%. In this situation,your opportunity costs are 4 percent (8% – 4%).

b).

Inmost cases organizations only concentrate on assets that can realizeone payment in a year after them being purchased and which followsystematic risk solving from the economy with no excess probabilityfrom tossing a coin to put same cost which mean nothing

c).

No.!The opportunity cost rate is never a single number. It variesaccording to the situation and the cost of the securities being putacross.

Qn.9.4

a).

Whereas, (1) is constant and ( r ) is the discounted percentages.

Thereforethe present value =\$36.3636

b).the future value = present value x (1 + r)n

whereas, (1) is constant,(n) is the number of years and (r) is the requiredrate of return.

Futurevalue = \$400 x (1 + 10%)10

Futurevalue =\$400 x 111

Futurevalue = \$44400

c).

Thepresent value for five years

Presentvalue =0.7835261664

d).

Thefuture value for five years

Thefuture value = present value x (1 + r)n

Futurevalue = 200 x (1 + 5%)5

Futurevalue =200 x 1.2762815625

Therefore,future value =255.2563125

Qn.9.6.

a).

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Presentvalue =\$227.27 + 330.57851 + 375.6574 +409.8080732 +372.55510

Presentvalue =1715.8690832

b).

Thereforethe present value = 0 (zero)

Qn,9.7

a),

Thereforethe present value = 0 (zero)

b).the future value = present value x (1 + r)n

Futurevalue= 4000 x (1 +10%)5

Futurevalue = 4000 x 1.6105=\$6442

c).

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Presentvalue =181.8182 + 0 + 1126.9722 + 1707.5336 + 248.3701

Presentvalue =\$3264.6941

d).

Itinvolves discounting factors

Qn.9.9

Whereas1 is constant, r is the r the required rate of return and n is theperiod or the number of years by which the money is to be paid.

Therefore,cash flow=\$1.75

Therate = 6 %

Theperiod = 20 years

Therefore,