## What is the formula for Nper?

Example

Data | Description |
---|---|

1 | Payment is due at the beginning of the period (see above) |

Formula | Description |

=NPER(A2/12, A3, A4, A5, 1) | Periods for the investment with the above terms |

=NPER(A2/12, A3, A4, A5) | Periods for the investment with the above terms, except payments are made at the beginning of the period |

**What is the Nper parameter?**

Calculates the number of loan payment periods, given the periodic payment amount and (fixed) interest rate.

### What is the Nper in a PMT function?

Nper is the total number of payments for the loan. Pv is the present value, or the total amount that a series of future payments is worth now; also known as the principal. Fv is the future value, or a cash balance you want to attain after the last payment is made.

**What is Nper full form?**

NPEF. National Public Education Fund (National Foundation; tobacco litigation settlement)

#### What is Nper in FV formula?

Nper (required argument) – The total number of payment periods. Pmt (optional argument) – This specifies the payment per period. If we omit this argument, we need to provide the PV argument.

**What does B2 C10 mean?**

Cells B2:C10 are the entries from column B row 2 in the top left to column C row 10 in the bottom right. This is 2 columns times 9 rows yielding 18 entries. Cell references are most often relative but can also be absolute.

## What is PER in PPMT function?

The PPMT function uses the following arguments: Rate (required argument) – This is the interest rate per period. Per (required argument) – A bond’s maturity date, that is, the date when bond expires. Nper (required argument) – The total number of payment periods.

**What is Nper in fv formula?**

### How do you use PMT formula?

- Weekly payment: =PMT(8%/52, 3*52, 5000)
- Monthly payment: =PMT(8%/12, 3*12, 5000)
- Quarterly payment: =PMT(8%/4, 3*4, 5000)
- Semi-annual payment: =PMT(8%/2, 3*2, 5000) In all cases, the balance after the last payment is assumed to be $0, and the payments are due at the end of each period.

**How do you use future value formula?**

FV formula for periodic payments To convert an annual interest rate to a periodic rate, divide the annual rate by the number of periods per year: Monthly payments: rate = annual interest rate / 12. Quarterly payments: rate = annual interest rate / 4. Semiannual payments: rate = annual interest rate / 2.

#### What do you mean by A3 B13 B20 C7 reference in Excel?

Explanation: (1) Range. A3,B13:B20,C7 reference in Excel is Range . A range is a selected or highlighted group or block of cells in a worksheet. A range can also be defined as a group or block of cell references that are used as an argument for a function, to create a graph, or to bookmark data.