## anonymous one year ago Can someone help me understand question B ... see Screenshot... and well... C and D would be nice too.. but for now.. just B

1. anonymous

2. anonymous

okay can I just ask, what is question B asking..? If Question A is ​p(t) = (100000+t) E^(-0.2 t) $\Large PV = \int\limits_{0}^{\infty} E^{-0.06 t} P(t) dt$ B) Still assuming a projected interest rate of 6 % compounded every instant, how much would you have to plunk down for a perpetual annuity that would pay you at the same rate?

3. anonymous

what do they mean by 'pay you at the same rate' ? pay at the same rate as what? 6%? p[t] ? a 100000 payout then? a 384630 payout at some time in the future?

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