annuties (ordinary vs due), Financial Management

The values shown in ordinary annuity tables (either present value or compound value) can be adjusted to the annuity due form by ____ the ordinary annuity interest factor by ____. (Points : 1)
dividing, (1 + i)
dividing, (1 + i) to the nth power
multiplying, (1 + i)
multiplying, (1 + i) to the nth power
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