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The expected market return is 13,86% and the risk free rate 1%. What would then be the risk premium on the common stocks of a company which beta is 1,55? (in %, 2 decimal places)

The beta of a company is 1,41 and its cost of equity 18,95%. What is then the market risk premium if the risk free rate is 0,94%? (in %, 2 decimal places)

To make brine, José buys 1 kg of salt and pays 12 pesos. If he buys 4 kg, they charge him 48 pesos, but for 100 pesos they sell him 9 kg. What is the constant of proportionality?

(2x+5)^3+(x-3)(x+3)

224 × (6÷8)

(5u + 6)-(3u+2)=

The function g:Q→Q is a ring homomorphism such that g(3)=3 and g(5)=5. What are the values of g(8) and g(9)?

Margin of error E=0.30 populations standard deviation =2.5. Population means with 95% confidence. What I the required sample size (round up to the whole number)

9b^2-6b-5

Suppose SAT reading scores are normally distributed with a mean of 496 and a standard deviation of 109. The University plans towards scholarships for students who scores are in the top 7%. What is the minimum score required for the scholarship round your answer to the nearest whole number.

Supposed 60% of the register voters in a country or democrat. If a sample of 793 voters is selected, what is the probability that the sample proportion of Democrats will be greater than 64% round your answer to four decimal places

A soft drink machine outputs a mean of 23 ounces per cup. The machines output is normally distributed with a standard deviation of 3 ounces. What is the probability of filling a cup between 26 and 28 ounces round your answer to four decimal places

Suppose the horses in a large stable, have a mean weight of a 807 pounds and a variance of 5776. What is the probability that the mean weight of the sample of horses with differ from the population mean by greater than 18 pounds is 41 horses are sampled at random from the stable round your answer to four decimal places.

Determine the momentum of a 20 kg body traveling at 20 m/s.

Suppose 50% of the doctors and hospital are surgeons if a sample of 576 doctors is selected what is the probability that the sample proportion of surgeons will be greater than 55% round your answer to four decimal places

The main cost of a 5 pound bag of shrimp is $47 with a variance of 36 if a sample of 43 bags of shrimp is randomly selected, what is the probability that the sample mean with differ from the true mean by less than $1.4

Equivalent expression of the sequence (3n-4)-(n-2)

Suppose the horses in a large they will have a mean way of 818 pounds in a variance of 3481. What is the probability that the mean weight of the sample of horses with differ from the population mean by more than 18 pounds is 34 horses are sampled at random from the stable.

4x-3y=5;x+2y=4

2x-4y=-6; -4y+4y=-8