Find the present value of$5436.22 due in four years and three months at 4% compounded annually. a:$4601.56 b:$4592.55 c:$4646.90 d:$6422.27 Find the present value of$5436.22 due in four years and three months at 4% compounded annually. a:$4601.56 b:$4592.55 c:$4646.90 d:$6422.27

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Find the present value of$5436.22 due in four years and three months at 4% compounded annually. a:$4601.56
b:$4592.55 c:$4646.90
d:$6422.27 Answers (1) 2020-12-29 Given: Principle amount(p):=$5436.22
Interest rate(r)=4%=$$4/(100)$$=0.04
interest time(t)=4 years 3 months
number of times interest compounded per year(n)=1(given annually compounded)
present value(A)=?
Steps:
Formula for compound interest
$$A=P(1+r/n)^(nt)$$
$$=> A=5436.22(1+(0.04/1)^(1*4.25))$$
$$=5436.22(1+0.04)^(4.25)$$
$$=5436.22(1.04)^(4.25)$$
A=5436.22(1.181386)
A=$6422.27 present value(A)=$6422.27
option d is the right answer

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