Solving for capital recovery factor.

Note: Enter interest(i) in decimal form. For example, an interest rate of 15% would be entered as 0.15

interest rate (i) = 0 = 0 |

number of periods (n) = 0 = 0 |

capital recovery factor (CR) = NOT CALCULATED |

Select to solve for a different unknown

Discrete Compounding Discount Factors

References - Books:

Lindeburg, Michael R. 1992. Engineer In Training Reference Manual. Professional Publication, Inc. 8th Edition.

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