# ACC 421 UOP COURSE TUTORIAL /acc421dotcom

## ACC 421 UOP COURSE TUTORIAL /acc421dotcom

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ACC 421 Entire Course

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ACC 421Week 1 Discussion Question 1
ACC 421Week 1 Discussion Question 2
ACC 421 Week 1 IndividualAccounting Cycle Paper
ACC 421 Week 2 Discussion Question 1
ACC 421 Week 2 Discussion Question 2
ACC 421 Week 2 IndividualAssignments
ACC 421 Week 2 Learning TeamAssignments From the Text
ACC 421 Week 3 Discussion Question 1
ACC 421 Week 3 Discussion Question 2
ACC 421 Week 3 Individual Assignment P1,P2,P3 And P4
ACC 421 Week 3 Team Assignment P4-3,E18-15 And P18-7
ACC 421 Week 4 Discussion Question 1
ACC 421 Week 4 Discussion Question 2
ACC 421 Week 4 Individual Assignment P1,P2,P3 And P4
ACC 421 Week 4 Team Assignment P5-3 And CA24-2
ACC 421 Week 5 IndividualAssignments
ACC 421 Week 5 Learning TeamAssignments From the Text

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ACC 421 Week 5 IndividualAssignments

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Submitresponses to the individual assignment for week 5 posted in the Course-Materials forum.

Problem 1

Compute the present value of each of the following periodic amounts.
Each amount is paid/received at the end of each period.

A: \$15,000 received at the end of each period for 9 periods compounded at 8%.

Present Value = \$93,703,30.

B: \$40,000 paid at the end of each period for 7 periods compounded at 4%.

C: \$15,000 paid at the end of the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth periods
compounded at 11%

ACC421

Compute the requested item for each of the following:

A: A bank account has a current balance of \$408,029. If the money is left in the account and
earns 9% compounded annually, how many years will it take for the balance to grow to

B: A bank account has a current balance of \$174,439. If the money is left in the account for 25...