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`"CR Factor" = ( i *(1+i)^n)/((1+ i )^ n -1) `

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The **Capital Recovery Factor** calculator computes the Capital Recovery (CR) factor based on the interest rate per period (i) and the number of periods.

**INSTRUCTION: **Enter the following:

- (
**i**) Interest Rate per period. - (
**n**) Number of Periods.

**Capital Recovery Factor (CRF):** The calculator returns the factor rounded to the nearest 1000^{th}.

The Capital Recovery Factor is a Discrete Compounding Discount Factor often symbolized as **(A/P, i%, n)**.

The formula for the Capital Recovery Factor is:

`CRF = (i (1+i)^n)/( (1+ i)^1 - 1)`

where:

**CRF**is the Capital Recovery Factor**i%**- interest rate entered as a percentage; i.e., enter 4.7 for a 4.7% interest rate**n**- number of cash flow periods

A CR factor is the ratio of a constant annuity to the present value of receiving that annuity for a given length of time^{1}.

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