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 …


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  1. I just saved enough money to buy myself an HP 10BII and seeing this tutorial sure made calculating easier. Before I memorized the formula to use (either FV or PV Annuity) and write it down to solve my unknown. I used a TI-84 Plus or TI-30XS (both show multiple lines and is great for me) to do the financial math, but I see quicker maths with this new finance calculator. It is similar to statistics where you are provided a formula to solve the percentile but the scientific calculator just cuts the work to just numbers (click click and solve). Anyhwho, this video helped me decide to buy that calculator used on the video. I like how the buttons make a click sound to register a command. very nice!

  2. just bought my HP calculator and have spent hours reading through the instruction manual and I've learnt more in this 18 minute video. Thanks Daehyun.

  3. Hallo, thanks so much for the video – is helping so much in preparation for exams. Just a quick q: when you were working out the annuity, why did you press PV?? Should it not be FV? As I want to see what my value will be at the end of the 5 years?
    Thanks !!

  4. Thanks for the video it's so useful but I have an inquiry for the third topic you spoke about " ANNUITY" is it for how to get The present value annuity , to be more specific ..? Thanks again

  5. I'm getting -1,212.10 for my answer. I wonder what settings I need to tweak in my HP 10bII+ to get the same answer as the presenter.

  6. Your explanation of why you add a "1" to the equation as well as your explanation of what the negative value means was missing from my finance course. Thanks so much!

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