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From: Lorene <l_hollingsworth@centurytel.net>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008040519:24:31
Subject: annuity

	
Do you know of a formula that can be used to calculate the value of an
annuity where the installment is not the same as the compounding
period.   That is: installments made monthly and compounding occuring
quarterly or yearly for instance.
thanks
Lorene 

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