The first option is, if we pay today that amount of $30,000 and

get the equipment or in the future, we pay around $40,000 plus minus,

plus changes and get the equipment after 36 months with an interests of 0.833%.

The third option we have in hand is to do the installments of A's.

And we said to you that okay, let's pay $968 based

on 0.833% monthly interest rate.

And if you do the calculations here, it has to give you the total amount to say.

Yes, this is our equivalent to the $30,000 of the cost.

Of that equipment with an interest rate of 10% compounded monthly.

So moving forward, if we decided then to drive the A formula

or the uniform series equation and connect it to the P value,

we will come up with an equation that I will show you in a minute.

But how we get that is,

let's assume instead of, let's use a different color here.