Question On Net Present Value…?

When using the formula: Sn= [1/(1+r)^n] and the interest rate is 7% for example, do we substitute 0.07 as the ‘r’ or is the ‘r’ the particular discount factor for that percentage (if finding NPV for more than one year).
For example…
If $250,000 was invested initially and then a further $5000 was invested the following year. $60,000 was made in the first year, then $75,000 was made in the second year and all of the other years until year 6.
What is the NPV at an interest rate of 7%?
Please help!

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