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Q02.1

You may invest in a project that will return $1,800. If the total holding rate of return is 0.11 (i.e., 11.0%), how much would you have to invest today?

Your Answer:

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Q02.2

You may purchase a stock for $36. It will pay a dividend of $3. If you sell it for $38 just after collecting the dividend, what is your total rate of return?

Your Answer:

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Q02.3

You may purchase a stock for $51. It will pay a guaranteed dividend of $1. If you sell it for $55 after collecting the dividend, then what is your (dollar) capital gain (or loss)?

Your Answer:

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Q02.4

If an asset costs $870 and returns $1,070 in 6 years, then what rate of return *per year* does it offer?

Your Answer:

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Q02.5

If you buy a Certificate of Deposit (CD) with $1,000 today, offering a true annual holding rate of return of 4.5%, how much will you have in 17 years?

Your Answer:

(enter only numbers [digits, minus, period])

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Q02.6

If you buy a CD with $8,000 today, offering a guaranteed 0.06 (=6.0%) quoted annual interest rate, compounded *monthly*, how much money will you have in 17 years?

Your Answer:

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Q02.7

If a bank savings account with $5,000 will be worth $7,000 in 16 years, and if the interest rate is constant, what is the interest rate quote that the bank would post in its window? (Assume 365 days/year.)

Your Answer:

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Q02.8

You opened a CD account 10 years ago, and the account now has a balance of $12,000. You only made one deposit on the day you opened the account, and never withdrew or deposited again. What was the amount of the original deposit if you collected a constant 8.0% quoted annual rate, compounded monthly?

Your Answer:

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Q02.9

A savings account quotes an effective interest rate of 0.11 (i.e., effective APY = 11.0%) per year. How many **basis points** would you earn per week on a balance in this account? (Assume 52.15 weeks per year.)

Your Answer:

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Q02.10

For a $100,000 deposit, a bank offers two choices:

- Account A pays interest at a true annual holding rate of return of 5% each year, i.e., compounding annually.
- Account B pays a simple non-compounding annual interest rate of 5% per year (for a total interest rate of 25.0%), but pays a one-time bonus of $5,000 at the end of 5 years.

What is the final value of account A minus the final value of account B?

Your Answer:

(enter only numbers [digits, minus, period])

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