# Drilling machine

A manufacturing firm purchased a heavy duty drilling machine. They were given two payment options:

Option 1: Make a payment of $46,000 immediately to settle the invoice for the machine.

Option 2: Make a payment of $21,500 immediately and the balance of $23,550 in 3 months to settle the invoice.

If money is worth 4.12% compounded quarterly, answer the following:

What is the total present value of Option 2?

Option 1: Make a payment of $46,000 immediately to settle the invoice for the machine.

Option 2: Make a payment of $21,500 immediately and the balance of $23,550 in 3 months to settle the invoice.

If money is worth 4.12% compounded quarterly, answer the following:

What is the total present value of Option 2?

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