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Amna Zaman says

Hi..Please tell me when calculating NPV how will I know whether to use annuity table or NPv for the cost? What hint will be there in the question? I’m much confused please tell me. Thanks

johnmoffat says

For individual flows use the present value tables. When there is an equal cash flow each year, then use the annuity table.

(This is one of the revision lectures – have you watched the main lectures on this topic?)

Shehvar says

Thank you soooooooooo much sir. May I ask numeric Q to you related to other topics of F2? thank you once again…….

johnmoffat says

No problem (but ask in the ‘ask the tutor’ forum.

Shehvar says

sir please tell me about the nominal interest or it is same like simple interest? i am in trouble please help me out

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johnmoffat says

The nominal annual interest rate is the actual rate of interest per annum, taking into account the effect of compounding.

So if, for example, interest is charged at the rate of 5% every six months, then the nominal interest rate (the actual rate per year) is (1.05 x 1.05) – 1 = 0.1025 (or 10.25%)

Shehvar says

thank you so much for such a superb notes. please tell me what is nominal interest?

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sunshine2 says

Excellent lecture – thank you so much!!

angelang says

why they use 2+ 25/50? 2 , 25, 50 come from where?

johnmoffat says

@angelang, The lecture does explain it!

For the payback period we are seeing how many years it will take to get back the original investment of 75000. After 2 years we have got a total of 50000 (20000 + 30000). So we need another 25000 (75000 – 50000). In the third year we get 50000 and so we will get 25000 in half the year. So total is 2.5 years.

jefta says

is it possible to view this lectures on my phone, and i cant download the notes its blank after download. Help…

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@jefta, yes lecture should play on your phone

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DA CEILSO says

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gincru says

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matubes says

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