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# Continuous Annuity Examples | Financial Mathematics – JK Math [Video]

Continuous Annuity Examples | Financial Mathematics – JK Math

Example Problems for How to Calculate a Continuous Annuity (Financial Mathematics)

In this video we look at practice problems of calculating the future value and present value of a continuous annuity, including examples that use the force of interest as the primary rate of interest.

This course is designed to help students understand the concepts of mathematics of investment and credit, as well as provide a starting point in preparation for the Actuarial Exam FM (Financial Mathematics).

Financial Mathematics requires a proficient understanding of Calculus concepts such as derivative and integration techniques. This implies that a solid understanding in various algebra skills, including manipulating equations, basic factoring methods, solving logarithmic equations, and more, are also required to fully comprehend and learn the concepts of the Financial Mathematics course.

Video Chapters:
0:00 Intro
0:13 Example 1 – Comparing Continuous Annuity to Annuity-Immediate
6:12 Example 2 – Present Value With a Force of Interest
14:39 Example 3 – Future Value With a Force of Interest
19:39 Outro

Lesson Video For These Examples: https://youtu.be/WRy6Q85RMDE

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