So covered interest rate parity says
 F_{f/d} = S_{f/d} [(1 + i_{f} (Actual/360)) / (1 + i_{d} (Actual/360))]
And uncovered interest rate parity says

 %∆S_{f/d }= i_{f} – i_{d}
Forward rate parity says if covered and uncovered interest rate parity hold

 F_{f/d} = expected future S_{f/d}
The problem gives you the spot rate today, and the interest rates for both countries.
If the problem says “if uncovered interest rate parity holds, today’s expected value for the exchange rate one year from now is?” How would you calculate?
I thought you take the interest rate differentials to get the change in spot rate, then multiply it by spot rate. But that is not correct answer. They used covered interest rate parity equation to get forward rate, and then used forward rate parity to say the forward rate is the expected spot rate.
The way I did it should be correct right?