How to Find Maturity Value.?


1. Divide the interest rate (r) by the number of times it is compounded (n) in one year. The equation is r/n. 2. Add 1 to the interest per compound rate. That equation is 1+r/n. 3. Multiply the number of times it is compounded (n) in one year by the
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