Exam coming up, I have questions I need help answering.

I have an upcoming exam and I don't have access to my professor and I have questions that the book is not clarifying for me.  The book that the class is using is Murach's Visual Basic 2008.

iI will list the questions will by numbers.  I understand that there are alot of questions here but I really need a good grade on this exam and these are the areas that I am still unsure of.  Some of the questions, I have tried to answer and I posted a comment in (), it my guess is correct could you annotate so.  If not could you help me get on base.

I am taking the exam tomorrow at 11.  I have been buried in this book for a couple of days now and I need help.  I am using this site as a last resort.  I figured individuals on here are much more proficient than myself so I mine as well ask the experts.  

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1.  Here is the code, I understand what it does but I don't know how to apply it.  (example inputing in numbers).  I realize that default is 0.  But on the questions the professor will have this code and say input a number what would the answer be?  I don't know how to do that.

Input 3 as an example:

Dim sum As Integer
Dim i As Integer
For i = 0 to 4
      sum += i
Next

Answer?:

Same problem but different format.

Dim sum As Integer
Dim i As Integer = 2 to 12 Step 2
      sum += i
Next

Answer?:

Same problem but different format.

Dim sum As Integer
Dim i As Integer = 25 to -15 Step -10
    iSquared = i ^ 2      
    sum += iSquared
Next

Answer?:

For loop that calculates a future value
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im monthlyInvestemnt As Decimal = 100
Dim monthlyInterestRate As Decimal = .01D
Dim months As Integer = 120
Dim futureValue As Decimal

For i As Integer = 1 To months
      futureValue = (futureValue + montlyInvestemnt) _
                      * (1 + monthlyInterestRate)
      Next i

Answer?:
nosurf2dayAsked:
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DhaestConnect With a Mentor Commented:
When I break the values in the loop, I get the following values:
Dim monthlyInvestemnt As Decimal = 100
i = 1    futurvalue = 101D
i = 2    futurevalue = 203.01D
i = 3    futurevalue = 306.0401D
i = 4    futurevalue = 410.100501D
i = 5    futurevalue = 515.20150601D
i = 6    futurevalue = 621.3535210701D
i = 7    futurevalue = 728.567056280801D
i = 8    futurevalue = 836.85272684360901D
i = 9    futurevalue = 946.2212541120451001D
i = 10    futurevalue = 1056.683466653165551101D
i = 11   futurevalue = 1168.25030131969720661201D
i = 12    futurevalue = 1280.9328043328941786781301D
...
i = 120 futurevalue = 23233.907635194016983557338611D
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DhaestCommented:
Dim sum As Integer
Dim i As Integer
For i = 0 to 4
      sum += i
Next

--> answer: sum = 10   (0+1+2+3+4 )
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DhaestCommented:
       For i As Integer = 2 To 12 Step 2
            sum += i
        Next

sum = 42 (2+4+6+8+10+12)
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DhaestCommented:
      Dim sum As Integer
        Dim iSquared As Integer
        For i As Integer = 25 To -15 Step -10
            iSquared = i ^ 2
            sum += iSquared
        Next

Answer: sum =  1125    (625 + 225 + 25 + 25 + 225)    ((25 * 25) + (15*15) + (5*5) + (-5*-5) + (-15*-15))
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DhaestCommented:
       Dim monthlyInvestemnt As Decimal = 100
        Dim monthlyInterestRate As Decimal = 0.01D
        Dim months As Integer = 120
        Dim futureValue As Decimal

        For i As Integer = 1 To months
            futureValue = (futureValue + monthlyInvestemnt) _
                            * (1 + monthlyInterestRate)
        Next i

FutureValue = 23233.907635194016983557338611D
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nosurf2dayAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much for the information, it is much easier than I though, I was looking at it the wrong way.  The last post though.

I am confused how you got this answer,  I am a business major, I understand the future value of money very well.  I understand what I am looking at for info.  But where did you come up with the amount?  The amount that I come up with on my financial calculator is this.

PPY:12
N:120
I: 10%
PMT: 100
FV: 20484.49

Regardless to the answer, am reading this right though?
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nosurf2dayAuthor Commented:
You rock, thanks alot!
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nosurf2dayAuthor Commented:
I get it now, thank you.  I was missing something.
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