The previous answer gives a formula to work with, which results in answer A) 0.0164. It is vaguely familiar to me, as I have not taken a math class in a couple of years. However, I am almost...Read More

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Population variance = (Sum of squared deviation from the mean)/N. The mean is 210. Population variance = (36 + 25 + 9 + 4 + 16 + 4)/6 = 94/6 = 15.67. Population standard deviation...Read More

Population variance = (Sum of squared deviation from the mean)/N. The mean is 210. Population variance = (36 + 25 + 9 + 4 + 16 + 4)/6 = 94/6 = 15.67. Population standard deviation...Read More

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10-year, 10% coupon-this question is asking: given a change in yield, which of the bonds will exhibit the greatest price change? Of the four choices, the bond with the longest maturity and lowest...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is that the equilibrium price will ration out the good. The equilibrium price is meant to be what someone would rationally pay for something when it has a...Read More

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The greater the number of available substitutes for the good-the magnitude of the price elasticity of demand of a good depends on several factors - the availability of substitutes, the proportion of...Read More

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Even if there is a change in the cost of the production for the products will not cause any changes with the demand curve. The change that it will do will be in the supply curve because they...Read More

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0.268 and 0.332

Interval estimate can be found from p +/- z[p(1-p)/n]0.5. Here we have n = 1400, p = 414/1400 = 0.3 and z = 2.58 (for 99%). Therefore 0.3 +/- 2.580.01225 and we get 0.268...Read More

Interval estimate can be found from p +/- z[p(1-p)/n]0.5. Here we have n = 1400, p = 414/1400 = 0.3 and z = 2.58 (for 99%). Therefore 0.3 +/- 2.580.01225 and we get 0.268...Read More

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The equilibrium price of compact discs will rise

Clearly CD players are a complementary good to compact discs. So if the price of CD players decreases the demand for them will rise and so...Read More

Clearly CD players are a complementary good to compact discs. So if the price of CD players decreases the demand for them will rise and so...Read More

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Each investor can have a unique view of a security market line

If the assumption of no transaction cost is relaxed, then investors will correct mispricing only up to the point where...Read More

If the assumption of no transaction cost is relaxed, then investors will correct mispricing only up to the point where...Read More

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95% of the observations lie between plus and minus two standard deviations from the mean. Therefore, 2.5% lie over and above two standard deviations on each side of the mean.

95% of the observations lie between plus and minus two standard deviations from the mean. Therefore, 2.5% lie over and above two standard deviations on each side of the mean.

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The answer is $19,090. As Hebaelrify has already shown the equation, I’ll attempt to explain why this is the right answer. A rate of return is how much of the money you get back as a...Read More

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306 viewsPopulation variance = (Sum of squared deviation from the mean)/N. The mean is 210. Population variance = (36 + 25 + 9 + 4 + 16 + 4)/6 = 94/6 = 15.67. Population standard deviation...Read More

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All of the statements that are mentioned namely the mean is larger than the median and the tail of the distribution is to the right are connected to the +2.48. Take note that this is a positively...Read More

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The rates of return tend to move in the same direction relative to their individual means

If one stock doubles in price, the other will also double in price is true if the correlation...Read More

If one stock doubles in price, the other will also double in price is true if the correlation...Read More

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An upward sloping yield curve-the nominal spread is easy to calculate it is simply the yield to maturity on a bond minus the yield to maturity on a treasury security of a similar maturity. because...Read More

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