# Annuity Due Calculations Using BA II Plus • Mr. EmmanuelYou make this topic so easy to understand.  I also like your clear and thought out speech pattern.  Perfect!  Thank you

• I never change the i/y. And it works perfectly well for me.

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• thank U mate, this was very helpful!

• Excellent explanation.. Thanks

• where is the c/y on the calculator?
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• I found this video and others you made to be very helpful. Thank you so much for posting them!

• Hi Joshua…I'm very confused. I get the same answer utilizing the calculator's financial solver on my ti nspire. However by hand, I don't:

IF I use,…FV = A * { [ (1+i )^(n) -1] / i } * (1 +i ) …such that i = .042/ 12 and n = 12*5…I get 26,747.6699

Also, why aren't we dividing the i by 4? since it's compounded quarterly?

I'm confused, as in an ordinary annuity, we would have utilized i =r/m and n = mt. Why not here?

I would really appreciate your aid on this Joshua! thank you.

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• Joshua- your videos are excellent. thank you for the help.

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• Thanks for the video man. Superb instruction for newcomers.

• Thank you so much for tutorial sir!

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• How can i solve it, if i use the annuity due formula

C x ( (1+r)^t – 1) / r ) x (1+r)

What is the C, r, and t?

Thank you