An arithmetic gradient has cash flows of $1000 in year 4, $1200 in year 5, and amounts increasing by


An arithmetic gradient has coin flows of $1000 in year 4, $1200 in year 5, and amounts increasing by $200 per year through year 10. If you use the element 200(P∕G,10%,n) to meet PG in year 3, the appraise of n you enjoy to use in the P∕G element is: (a)10 (b)9 (c)8 (d)7