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Section 1: Future Value (Compounding) of a single amount

1) Suppose that the 200000 are placed in a Fixed deposit of a bank at 5%
interest rate. How much shall it grow at the end of three years, assuming
compounding interest?
2) If you deposited Rs. 55650 in a bank, which was paying a 15% rate of
interest on a ten year time deposit, how much would the deposit grow at
the end of 10 years
3) You invest Rs 5,000 today. You will earn 8% interest. How much will you
have in 4 years? (Pick the closest answer)
Rs 6,802.50

6,843.00 Rs

4) You have Rs 450,000 to invest. If you think you can earn 7%, how much
could you accumulate in 10 years? (Pick the closest answer)
1 Rs 25,415


722,610 885150

5) If a commodity costs Rs.500 now and inflation is expected to go up at the

rate of 10% per year, how much will the commodity cost in 5 years?
1 Rs 805.25


tell from this information

Section 2: Future Value (Multiple Compounding)
6) How much will be in an account at the end of five years the amount
deposited today is Rs 10,000 and interest is 8% per year, compounded
7) Calculate the compound value when Rs. 10,000 is invested for 3 years and
10% per annum is compounded on quarterly basis
8) How much does a deposit of Rs. 40,000 grow in 10 years at the rate of 6%
interest and compounding is done monthly. Determine the amount at the
end of 10 years.
Section 3: Present Value of a Single Amount
9) Shyam expects to get Rs. 1000 after one year, at the rate of 10%.
Calculate the Present value for this amount.
Rahul has an option to receive the value of Rs. 800, today for a
debenture, having a Face value of Rs. 1000 carrying interest of 10% per
annum or on maturity with Face value, where the debenture falls due for
payment after three years. Calculate the present value today and should
he redeem the debenture today or wait for 3 years.
Section 4: Present value of a series of different cash flows
A project involves an initial investment of Rs. 8,00,000 and
generates net cash flows as follows: At end of Year 1 Rs. 200,000, Year 2:
Rs. 400,000 & Year 3: Rs. 600,000. What is the total present value of the
future cash flows where the cost of capital or interest rate is 9%? Also,
what is the Net Present Value?
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Section 5: Present Value of an Annuity

Calculate the present value of an annuity of Rs. 5,000 received
annually for four years, when the discounting factor is 10%.
Suppose you are determined that you can afford to pay Rs. 360000
per annum for 3 years towards a new Car. The finance company offers you
a going rate of interest is 12 per cent per annum for 3 years. How much
can you borrow?
Section 6: Miscellaneous applications
An executive is about to retire at the age of 60. His employer has
offered him two post retirement options
a. Rs 20,00,000 lump sum
b. Rs 2,50,000 for 10 years
Assuming 10% as the interest, which is a better option?
ABC has borrowed Rs. 30, 00,000 from Canbank Home finance Ltd
to finance the purchase of a house for 15 years. The rate of interest on
such loan is 24% per annum. Compute the annual instalment.
You deposit Rs 2,000 in recurring account each year for 5 years. If
interest on this recurring account is 4%, how much will you have at the
end of those 5 years?
1 Rs 10,000
2 Rs 10,832.60
Rs 8,903.60
Your father has promised to give you $ 1, 00,000 in cash on your
25th birthday. Today is your 16th birthday. He wants to know the following:
If he decides to make annual payment into a fund after one year,
how much will each be if fund pays 8%?
If he decides to invest a lump sum in the account after one year and
let it compound annually, how much will the lump sum be at 8%?
If in (a) the payments are made in the beginning of the year, how
much will be the value of annuity at 8%?
Effective interest rate : Four banks offer their annual rates of
interest for their deposit schemes. Which rate would you suggest for every
rupee of investment?
Basis of Compounding
Interest rate
Half yearly

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