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What's the present value, when interest rates are 6.60 percent, of a $160 payment made every year forever?
Moving Cash Flow You are scheduled to receive a $490 cash flow in one year, a $790 cash flow in two years, and pay a $390 payment in three years. If interest rates are 8 percent per year, what is the combined present value of these cash flows?
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