Time Value of Money Utility

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To use the utility, fill in any five of the six fields and press "Compute" to obtain the missing quantity.
Note:We use the following convention, similar to that in standard financial calculators, the TI83, and Excel:
Example  
FV = Future Value of Annuity  FV = 23000 if you want an account to pay you $23,000 in the future. 
PV = Present Value of Annuity  PV = 5000 if you pay $5,000 into the new account now. 
PMT = Payment  PMT = 100 if you pay $100 into the account at the end of each compounding period. 
r = annual interest rate  r = 5% (or 0.05) if the account pays 5% per year. 
m = number of compounding periods per year  m = 12 if the payments and interest are payed monthly . 
t = number of years  t = 10 if the payments continue for 10 years. 