# University of Mount Olive Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy Worksheet

Assignment 4b: Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy (assignment template) â€“ 1 of 2

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1. Time Value of Money. Access the online Corporate Finance resource and read the section on Time Value of Money (pages 33 thru 69). (File is located in your Moodle Shell)

• The â€œTime Value of Moneyâ€ chapter offered several concepts and practical examples. Which concept and example did you find most interesting? Explain/elaborate.

Response:

• Manhattan Island (an example offered within the chapter):
• Explain how \$24 invested in a savings account offering a compound interest rate, r, of 8% in 1626, would have been worth \$75.979 trillion in the year 2000 (374 years).
• Explain how \$24 invested in a savings account offering a compound interest rate, r, of 3.5% in 1626, would have been worth \$9,287,569 (or approximately 9.3 million) in the year 2000.
• What accounts for the significant difference in the value of the account in the year 2000?
• 1.
* Present
Values
. Compute the present value of a \$100 cash flow for the following
combinations of discount rates and times. Include the formula used to make the
calculations. Note: See page 50 and 51 of the online resource; the general
formula is:
Present Value =
Future Value after t periods / (1 + r)t
a.
r = 12%; t = 10 years
b.
r = 12%; t = 20 years
c.
r = 7 percent; t = 10 years
d.
r = 7 percent; t = 20 years
2.
* Present
Values
. Would you rather receive \$1,000 a year for 10 years or \$800 a year
for 15 years if:

a.
The interest rate is 7 percent?
Response and rationale:
b.
The interest rate is 22 percent?
Response
and rationale:
c.
â€œ(a)â€ and â€œ(bâ€) differ?
Response:
3.
* Future
Values
. Compute the future value of a \$100 cash flow for the following
combinations of discount rates and times. Include the formula used to make the
calculations. The general formula is:
Future Value = Present Value * (1
+ r)t
a.
r = 12%; t = 10 years
b.
r = 12%; t = 20 years
c.
r = 7 percent; t = 10 years
d.
r = 7 percent; t = 20 years
4.
* Calculating
Interest Rate
. Showing/explaining all of your work, find the interest rate
implied by the following combinations of present and future values:

 Scenario Years Present Value Future Value A 10 \$400 \$684 B 3 \$187 \$249 C 6 \$260 \$300

A.
For scenario A, the interest rate is:
B.
For scenario B, the interest rate is:
C.
For scenario C, the interest rate is:

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