# Quiz 6: Annual-Equivalence Analysis

Annual equal payments are made by the borrower to a lender at a specified date at each month. Thus, the borrower pays both interest and principal each month.Use the following formula to calculate the annual equal payments: Here, AE = annual equal payments, r = interest rate, n = number of years. Principal amount = \$300,000, Interest rate = 9%, Number of years = 5. Now, use the following formula to calculate the annual equal payments: See appendix C in the text book to find the factor value at 9% for the 5 years. Thus, the factor value is 0.2571. Thus, the annual equal payment is \$77,130.
Given information: • Investment is \$80,000. • Revenue is \$50,000. • Revenue increases by \$30,000 each year. • Cost is \$20,000. • Cost increases by \$10,000 each year. • Time period is 5 years. • Minimum attractive rate of return is (MARR) 12 percent. Annual equivalent value: Annual equivalent value can be calculated by using the following formula: …… (1)Here, i = Interest rate n = Time period Substitute the respective values in Equation (1) to calculate the annual equivalent value.   Thus, the annual equivalent value is . Hence, option (d) is the correct answer.
It is given that the amount of investment is \$250,000. The investor wants to know about the uniform equal annual revenue that is required to recover the initial amount of investment plus the interest in 3 years. The rate of interest is 12% Following is the formula to calculate the amount of uniform annual revenue: Here, P is the amount of initial investment (\$250,000)i is the interest rate (12%)n is the time period (3 years)Substitute the values in above equation. Thus, the amount of required equal annual revenue is \$104,075