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มีตัวเลือกมากขึ้นเมื่อคุณได้รับเงิน สร้างโดย Sal Khan ดูบทเรียนถัดไป: พลาดบทเรียนที่แล้วใช่ไหม ดูที่นี่: การเงินและตลาดทุนใน Khan Academy: หากคุณยินดีจ่ายแฮมเบอร์เกอร์ในวันอังคารเพื่อซื้อแฮมเบอร์เกอร์วันนี้ จะเท่ากับจ่ายวันนี้หรือไม่ อาร์กิวเมนต์ที่สมเหตุสมผลสามารถทำให้ทุกอย่างทางการเงินเกือบทั้งหมดเดือดลงไปที่ “มูลค่าปัจจุบัน” ดังนั้นให้ความสนใจกับบทช่วยสอนนี้ เกี่ยวกับ Khan Academy: Khan Academy นำเสนอแบบฝึกหัด วิดีโอการสอน และแดชบอร์ดการเรียนรู้ส่วนบุคคลที่ช่วยให้ผู้เรียนสามารถเรียนตามจังหวะของตนเองทั้งในและนอกห้องเรียน เราจัดการกับคณิตศาสตร์ วิทยาศาสตร์ การเขียนโปรแกรมคอมพิวเตอร์ ประวัติศาสตร์ ประวัติศาสตร์ศิลปะ เศรษฐศาสตร์ และอื่นๆ ภารกิจทางคณิตศาสตร์ของเราแนะนำผู้เรียนตั้งแต่ระดับอนุบาลจนถึงแคลคูลัสโดยใช้เทคโนโลยีที่ปรับเปลี่ยนได้ล้ำสมัยซึ่งระบุจุดแข็งและช่องว่างในการเรียนรู้ นอกจากนี้เรายังร่วมมือกับสถาบันต่างๆ เช่น NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, California Academy of Sciences และ MIT เพื่อนำเสนอเนื้อหาเฉพาะทาง ฟรี. สำหรับทุกคน. ตลอดไป. #YouCanLearnAnything สมัครสมาชิกช่องการเงินและตลาดทุนของ Khan Academy: สมัครสมาชิก Khan Academy:

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43 comments

Frikhat Omar 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

May God protects you Bros … You are really helping people around <3

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Gohantico 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

couldn't you save the $20 get the 5% interest over a year. then get the $50 and add that to your investment for the next year (74(1.06)). Finally add the $35 and end up making more money? Making the third choice the better outcome. (2021 and the video is still relevant)

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Ben 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Can i get more commentary from Sal?

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The Beautyist 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

13 years later and your formula taught me more than my Cal Poly class

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Tama Galvin 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

I had an hour lecture today and I learnt more in 3 minutes than I did. They didn't do a very good job of clarifying, just assumed you understood it. 2021

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Sarwangi 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Watching in 2021…

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FRESHENDEAVOUR 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

I'm lost as how to calculate exponents on a calculator – how do you use the power / square function? perhaps I'm being stupid.

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brindley adolphus 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

2021? Anyone else?

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Warren Foster 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Watching in 2020! I understand the calculations, however what I don't understand is in choice 3, why you wouldn't discount the $35 from year 2 to year 1, work out how much it is worth ($33.33), then take that value and discount it again for the final year from year 1 to today? Hopefully that makes sense, however I doubt anyone will respond as I am 10+ years late and so will never know 🙁

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I am Tammi Chang 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

you made a mistake in year one. It is supposed to be 110/1.05 instead of 1.15.

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Mogomotsi M Mogapi 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

10 years ago I flunked this for my mba really crushed my spirit. Today I understand better.thank I wasn't dumb my lecturer was just not invested in his craft.

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Kayuree 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

2020!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Kevin Cecchini 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

2020 and still being viewd

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Abhishek Kwatra 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

can this "risk-free rate" also be taken as like inflation?

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Мухаммад фаргони 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Hi! What's up? Can the future value be less but the present value is higher (such as in choice 2, PV = 10079.65 which is more then the principle, however, the FV=11000) for example, in choise 1). p=10050, rate=13 t=2years FV=12,832.85. in choice 2). p=3000, 2nd year=4500, 3 year=3500 totaly pays = 11000 if we calculate the PV = 10,079.65. Thanks in advance!

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Binyamin Y. 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Watching in 2020 🙂

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Drifter 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

thank you!

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Canyon Thiess 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Over a decade later and this dude is still helping students, nothing but respect to this guy

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Mondscheinpoet 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

watching in 2019 lol

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Eric Sandquist 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Regarding the Federal government defaulting… It has: Gold bonds, Silver certificates, War bonds (pick a war)…

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BLUEGENE13 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

but federal treasuries don't give you compound interest though do they, they give simple interest right?

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Dylan Burdett 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

nearly a decade later…2018

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Mohamed Hanif Ansari 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Inflate the currency to death.

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Ethan Chong 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Great Teaching but can you make better and clear handwriting?

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synncmaster 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

5 minutes of your video is more beneficial then my 3 hour lecture of postgraduate finance degree

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Ausfy Ausfy 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

He used the compounding interest equation to explain this but…. don't bonds use simple interest ?

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Fida Aifiya 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

april 2017, thank you for sharing this lesson, it's super amazing

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Jacob Black 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

2017 whooo im watching them, thank you!

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Emma Racaza 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

It's 2016 and i'm watching your videos!! Soo helpful♡

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L B 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Perhaps its outside the point of calculating the PV, but wouldn't option 3 be the best over a 2 year period? Because you would have (20x(1.05^2))+(50×1.05)+(35x(1.05^2) = $113.14?

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mo Mans 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

28/7/2016 thanks Khan academy we still get a big benefit from yous

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Hollis Keating-O'Connor 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

I've got 99.77 problems, but present value ain't one

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Uday Aggarwal 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

LMAO!! if the sun does not supernova..best way to say risk free!!!

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April Smith 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

October 2015, your lesssons are still very helpful.  Thanks.

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Louie Jackson 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Sal i don't quite understand what inflation and interesrt rates have t do with one another… I mean I doubt inflation would be the same level as interest rate… Love youre videos learnig so much just want to understand that.

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ENYCE777 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

2015, May 31, and I am using this. Great information.

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Beef Brigade 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Made in 2008 still helpful 2 days from now.

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The_beef_is_on 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

I finally understand why we do PV. For a long time I knew how to work it out but I have only just understood the point of it. 

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Robert Van Ghle 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

The way you explain concepts in your videos and illustrations is great!

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drew down 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Can someone please answer: Choice one come out in a total profit of $10.15 while choice 2 gets a profit of $10.23 so wouldn't choice 2 be a better option.

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Alex Sopo 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

Compute the present value PV of the following income stream I(t), assuming an continuously-compounding interest rate of 5 per cent (r=0.05). The income stream is the following: for the first 10 years, you get nothing. Then, you get income at a constant rate of ten-thousand (10,000) dollars-per-year in perpetuity (that is, you get money at that rate for all future time).

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Rayhunter 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

4:55 genius!! calculating something you already have above 😀

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Sons of War 13/10/2021 - 3:32 Chiều

4:53 writes down 105*1.05 when it is already solved right above on the calculater 105*1.05 = 110.25 😛

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