He then started the equation as follows: P= G(P/G,i,6).He
realized he had made a mistake. The equation should have been P=
G(P/G,i,5) + G(P/A,i,5).
The stonecutter doesn’t want to discard the stone and start
over. He asks you to help him with his problem. What one compound
interest factor can be added to make the equation correct?
P= G(P/G,i,6)( ,i, )
Show your work.