"Liebl" Method to Solve Financial Mathematics Problems
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|A reference to long-term contracts and installment operations. The "Liebl Method" is a set of procedures that allows us to solve capitalization plans and amortization systems problems derived from uniform series and arithmetic progression series, making use of a single generic formula. It deals with the French System of Amortization, the American System, the Canadian Mortgage, the German System, the Series in Crescent and Decreasing Gradients, the Compound System of Amortization with Real Crescent Installments, the Constant Amortization System and the Compound System of Amortization, as well as the capitalization of the respective series.|
|Math Topics:||Interest Calculation|
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