posted by Neisha on .
Common stock that pays cash dividends can be viewed as:
an annuityâregularly spaced payments of the same dollar amount for a fixed number of periods.
a perpetuityâregularly spaced payments of the same dollar amount that continue indefinitely.
similar to a perpetuity but with irregular spacing of the dividends.
similar to a perpetuity but with dividends that change amount.
This looks like homework dumping. We might be able to help you if you posted your answer to each of these questins.
I'm taking a quiz and these are the questions I'm stuck on I'm not dumping I just don't understand and am uncertain of which answer is the best choice
A quiz is designed to find out what you've learned.
Please go back and study -- really study -- your text materials. Then you should at least have some ideas about the answers to these questions.
If you still can't figure any of them out, I suggest you drop this class.