## Calculate the present value given the following information

Practical Analysis

1. Calculate

the present value given the following information: future value = $1,000;

number of periods = 3; interest rate of 5%.

2. Calculate

the present value given the following information: future value = $800; number

of periods = 5; interest rate of 10%.

3. Calculate

the future value given the following information; present value $500; number of

periods = 4; interest rate of 5%.

4. Calculate

the present value given the following information; future value = $2,500; number

of periods = 2; interest rate of 15%.

5. Calculate

the present value of an annuity given the following information: number of

periods = 3, interest rate of 6%, and a payment of $200.

6. Calculate

the net present value with a required return of 10%, an initial investment of

$30,000, and 10 years of payments of $6,000 each.

7. Calculate

the net present value with a required return of 8%, an initial investment of

$45,000, and cash flows of $12,000, $20,000, $10,000, and $6,000 for years 1

through 4 respectively.

8. Given

the following information, a required return of 8%, an initial investment of

$45,000 and cash flows of $12,000, $20,000, $10,000 and $6,000 for years 1

through 4 respectively, should the investment be done?

9. Calculate

the net present value with a required return of 5%, an initial investment of

$45,000, and cash flows of $9,000, $8,000, $15,000, and $20,000 for years 1

through 4 respectively.

10. Given

the following information, with a required return of 5%, an initial investment

of $45,000, and cash flows of $9,000, $8,000, $15,000, and $20,000 for years 1

through 4 respectively. Is the investment considered to be a good investment?

11. Calculate

break-even per unit given the following information: sales per unit of $25,

variable costs of $13, fixed costs of $5,000.

Remember, you cannot have partial units, so you will need to round up if

the answer is decimal.

12. Calculate

break-even in dollars given the following information: sales per unit of $40,

variable costs of $15, fixed costs of $15,000, and a desired profit of $20,000.

Remember, you cannot have partial units,

so you will need to round up if the answer is a decimal.

13. Calculate

the degree of operating leverage given the following information; sales of

$25,000; variable costs of $13,000; and operating income of $7,000 for year one, and sales of $40,000; variable cost

$15,000; and operating income of $16,000 for

year 2. Your answer should be

rounded to two decimal places. (For this

problem, specifically calculate the difference between the sales and the

operating income for each of the given years.

This will allow you to calculate the degree of operating leverage.)