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 1. Your daughter has just given birth to your first grandchild. You decide to start a college fund for the child. You want the fund to have $300,000 in it when the child turns 18. You think you can get a return of 10% per year on your investment. How much should you deposit in the fund? 

2.You want to buy a car. To do so, you will need to take out a loan in the amount of $19,000. The longest you are willing to pay on the loan is five years. The interest rate on this type of loan is 5.0% per year. 
How much will the equal monthly payments be? 

3. You have been diligently saving to buy a boat. For the last 10 years, you have been putting $50 per month into a secret savings account paying .5% interest per year. You started with $0. You just discovered that your spouse knew about the account the whole time and has been withdrawing $45 each month for the last 10 years. How much money do you have in the account?