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October 9, 2015
Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, August 19, 2013 at 6:41pm.

Problem 5.17

Your finance text book sold 49,000 copies in its first year.The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 21.0 percent for the next three years, and by 13.0 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4. (If you solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 6 decimal places, in all cases round your final answers to the nearest whole number.)

Number of copies sold after 3 years?

Number of copies sold in the fourth year?

Problem 5.21

Find the present value of $2,500 under each of the following rates and periods. (If you solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 6 decimal places, in all cases round your final answer to the nearest penny.)

a.8.9 percent compounded monthly for five years.

Present value $3,828.95

b. 6.6 percent compounded quarterly for eight years.

Present value $4,168.67

c. 4.3 percent compounded daily for four years.

Present value $ 2,958.54

d. 5.7 percent compounded continuously for three years.

Present value $2,952.33

Problem 6.19

Trigen Corp. management will invest cash flows of $772,380, $776,008, $982,094, $818,400, $1,239,644, and $1,617,848 in research and development over the next six years. If the appropriate interest rate is 9.56 percent, what is the future value of these investment cash flows six years from today? (Round answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. 15.25.)

Future value $

Problem 6.27

You wrote a piece of software that does a better job of allowing computers to network than any other program designed for this purpose. A large networking company wants to incorporate your software into their systems and is offering to pay you $502,000 today, plus $502,000 at the end of each of the following six years for permission to do this. If the appropriate interest rate is 6 percent, what is the present value of the cash flow stream that the company is offering you? (Round answer to the nearest whole dollar, e.g. 5,275.)

Present value $

Problem 7.16

Barbara is considering investing in a stock and is aware that the return on that investment is particularly sensitive to how the economy is performing. Her analysis suggests that four states of the economy can affect the return on the investment. Using the table of returns and probabilities below, find

Probability Return

________________________________________

Boom 0.7 25.00%

Good 0.1 15.00%

Level 0.1 10.00%

Slump 0.1 -5.00%

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What is the expected return on Barbara’s investment? (Round answer to 3 decimal places, e.g. 0.076.)

Expected return:

Problem 8.24

Trevor Price bought 10-year bonds issued by Harvest Foods five years ago for $976.42. The bonds make semiannual coupon payments at a rate of 8.4 percent. If the current price of the bonds is $1,014.85, what is the yield that Trevor would earn by selling the bonds today? (Round intermediate calculations to 4 decimal places, e.g. 1.2514 and final answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. 15.25%.)

Effective annual yield ___%

Problem 9.15

The First Bank of Ellicott City has issued perpetual preferred stock with a $100 par value. The bank pays a quarterly dividend of $1.65 on this stock. What is the current price of this preferred stock given a required rate of return of 10.0 percent? (Round answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. 15.25.)

Current price $66.00

- Finance -
**Henry**, Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 4:16pm5.17 Ci=49,000=The # of copies sold 1st year.

C3 = C1*(1+r)^3)

C3 = 49000(1.21)^3 = 86,806 Copies sold

after 3 years.

C4 = 86,806*(1.13) = 98,091 Copies sold in 4th year.

5.21a P = Po(1+r)^n

r = (8.9%/12)/100% = 0.0074167 = Monthly % rate expressed as a decimal.

n = 12Comp/yr * 5yrs. = 60 Compounding periods.

Plug the above values into the given Eq and get: P = 3894.83 = Future value.

5.21b. P = Po(1+r)^n

r = (6.6%/4)/100% = 0.0165 = Quarterly % rate.

n = 4Comp./yr * 8yrs. = 32 Compounding periods. P = 4220.62

5.21c. P = 2500(1+r)^n

r = (4.3%/365)/100% = 0.00011781

n = 365Comp./yr. * 4yrs. = 1460.

P = 3242.33

5.21d. P = Po*e^rt

rt = 0.057/yr. * 3yrs. = 0.171

P = 2966.23

- Finance -
**Anonymous**, Monday, October 14, 2013 at 2:09amYour finance text book sold 49,000 copies in its first year.The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 21.0 percent for the next three years, and by 13.0 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4. (If you solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 6 decimal places, in all cases round your final answers to the nearest whole number.)

Number of copies sold after 3 years?

Number of copies sold in the fourth year?