# Need help in the following question…i knew the answer but dont

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Need help in the following question…i knew the answer but dont know the working….please provide complete working and answer 1 page Question 2.docx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Clearly show all formulas and working (Refer to the attached Rubric) Rubric The following course learning outcomes are being tested in this question: – Explore the concept of time value of money; – Perform basic mechanics of financial mathematics; and Students are required to: – Compute future value of your 40 payments, – Compute the amount of 10 annuity payments whose present value is the FV you found in (a). – Justify your decision Question You have just purchased a life insurance policy that requires you to make 40 semiannual payments of $350 each, where the first payment is due in 6 months. The insurance company has guaranteed that these payments will be invested to earn you an effective annual rate of 8.16 percent, although interest is to be compounded semiannually. At the end of 20 years (40 payments), the policy will mature. The insurance company will pay out the proceeds of this policy to you in 10 equal payments, where the first payment to be made one year after the policy matures. If the effective interest rate remains at 8.16 percent, how much will you receive during each of the 10 years? (Hint: (a) compute future value of your 40 payments, (b) Compute the amount of 10 annuity payments whose present value is the FV you found in (a). Since the effective interest rates is fractional, use equation of Table A-2 to get the interest factor.)