Time value of money (using HP 10bII+)

This is a quick tutorial on how to use HP 10bII+. The tutorial covers how to calculate: future value, present value, annuity, and net present value (NPV). You can find web-based practice…

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8 Responses

  1. Rival555 says:

    NPV doesn’t make any sense. Why would you think about “does it make sense
    to invest in this project?” when you already know how much you’re making
    from year 1 through 4? It’s sort of like.. is it worth it? 

  2. xuhui pan says:

    Thank you so much. 

  3. DoctorKen2k says:

    Yay!

  4. Anthony Czerwinski says:

    Man you’re a life saver I was getting so mad at trying to figure out how to
    do compound interest calculations on my calculator i was getting ready to
    smash it with a sledgehammer. Plus the users guide for it was completely
    useless which was making me more frustrated. Thank you

  5. ahmed Saud says:

    I really appreciate your explanation … thank u so so so much .cheers 

  6. Lindo Khoza says:

    Very resourceful video. Thanks 

  7. RAJackson123 says:

    This video wasn’t helpful, couldn’t see what buttons he was pushing,,, need
    to be more in depth.

  8. Wes Romaine says:

    Daehyun, I just wanted to say a quick thank you for this tutorial. I’m four
    and a half years removed from business school and I needed to brush up on
    FV/PV/NPV calculations. This was really well done! Thanks again! – Wes

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