A mutual fund manager has a $350 million portfolio with a beta of 1.10. The risk-free rate is 3.5%, and the market risk premium is 6.00%. The manager expects to receive an additional $150 million which she plans to invest in several different stocks. After investing the additional funds, she wants to reduce the portfolio’s risk level so that once the additional funds are invested the portfolio’s required return will be 9.20%. What must the average beta of the new stocks added to the portfolio be (not the new portfolio’s beta) to achieve the desired required rate of return?
The physician orders 15mg of tramadol(liquid). On hand is 30mg/2mL vials. How many mL will the MA administer?
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3. A rock is dropped from a height of 16 ft. It is determined that its height (in feet) above ground t seconds later (for 0≤t≤3) is given by s(t)=-2t2 + 16. Find the average velocity of the rock over [0.2,0.21] time interval.
7. Find the equation of the line passing through the points (−4,−2) 𝑎𝑛𝑑 (3,6), give the equation in the form 𝑎𝑥+𝑏𝑦+𝑐=0, where 𝑎,𝑏,𝑐 are whole numbers and 𝑎>0.
The price per night of a suite at the Baglioni Hotel in Venice is 1896 euros, VAT included. The VAT in Italy is 25%. The hotel gets a return of 10% out of the price VAT included. b) What is the profit value made by the hotel for one
The price per night of a suite at the Baglioni Hotel in Venice is 1896 euros, VAT included. The VAT in Italy is 25%. The hotel gets a return of 10% out of the price VAT included. a) What is the amount of VAT paid by the hotel for one
Raúl, Gilberto and Arturo are playing golf; The probabilities of winning for each one are as follows: (Raúl wins) = 20% (Gilberto wins) = 0.05% (Arturo wins) = ¾%. Perform operations and order events from least to most probable.
What’s the slope of a tangent line at x=1 for f(x)=x2. We can find the slopes of a sequence of secant lines that get closer and closer to the tangent line. What we are working towards is the process of finding a “limit” which is a foundational topic of calculus.
During a fishing trip Alex notices that the height h of the tide (in metres) is given by h=1−(1/2)*cos(πt/6) where t is measued in hours from the start of the trip. (a) Enter the exact value of h at the start of the trip in the box below.
suppose random variable x follows poisson distribution with expected value 3. what is variance of x?
A person decides to invest money in fixed income securities to redeem it at the end of 3 years. In this way, you make monthly deposits of R$300.00 in the 1st year, R$400.00 in the 2nd year and R$500.00 in the 3rd year. Calculate the amount, knowing that compound interest is 0.6% per month for the entire period. The answer is 15,828.60
Calculate the boiling temperature and freezing temperature at 1 atmosphere pressure of a solution formed by dissolving 123 grams of ferrous oxide in 1.890 grams of HCl.
. What will be the osmotic pressure of a solution that was prepared at 91°F by dissolving 534 grams of aluminum hydroxide in enough water to generate 2.784 ml of solution.
Calculate the minimum size of a simple random sample assuming a sampling error of 5% assuming that the population size is 100 elements
form a key for your lock containing the numbers 2 2 5 8 How many different keys can you form?
(1) July 1, 2008: Receives $25,000 from Quinn Zealick for 25,000 shares of the stock common face value $1 from the bookstore. (2) July 1, 2008: Obtains $30,000 loan from local bank for needs of working capital. The loan earns 6% interest per year. The loan is payable with interest on June 30, 2009. (3) July 1, 2008: Sign a three-year rental agreement at an annual rent of $20,000 Pay the first year's rent in advance. (4) July 1, 2008: Purchases shelves for $4,000 in cash. The shelves have an estimated useful life of five years and zero residual value. (5) July 1, 2008: Purchase computers for $10,000 in cash. The computers They have an estimated useful life of three years and $1,000 in residual value. (6) July 1, 2008: Makes guarantee deposits with various book distributors for a total of $8,000. Deposits are refundable on June 30, 2009 if the bookstore pays on time all amounts payable for books purchased from distributors between July 2008 and June 30, 2009. (7) During 2008: Purchases books on account from various distributors for a cost of $160,000. (8)During 2008: Sells books costing $140,000 to $172,800. Of the total sales, $24,600 corresponds to cash and $148,200 is on account. (9) During 2008: Returns unsold books and books ordered in error for a cost of $14,600. The company had not yet paid for these books. (10) During 2008: Collected $142,400 from sales on account. (11) During 2008: Pays employees salaries of $16,700. (12) During 2008: Pays $139,800 to book distributors of the amounts payable for purchases on account. (13) December 28, 2008: Receives customer advances of $850 due to order books special that the bookstore will order and expects to receive during 2009. (14) December 31, 2008: Record the corresponding amount of interest expense on the loan in (2) for 2008. (15) December 31, 2008: Record the corresponding amount of rental expense for 2008. (16) December 31, 2008: Record the corresponding amount of depreciation expense on the shelves in (4). (17) December 31, 2008: Record the corresponding amount of depreciation expense about computers in (5). (18) December 31, 2008: Record the corresponding amount of income tax expense. profits for 2008. The income tax rate is 40%. The taxes are paid on March 15, 2009. (1) March 15, 2009: Pays 2008 income tax. (2) June 30, 2009: Pay off the bank loan with interest. (3) July 1, 2009: Obtains a new bank loan for $75,000. He loan is payable on June 30, 2010, with 8% interest payable to the expiration. (4) July 1, 2009: Receives security deposits from book distributors. (5) July 1, 2009: Pay the rent corresponding to the period from July 1 2009 to June 30, 2010. (6) During 2009: Purchase books on account for a cost of $310,000. (7)During 2009: Sold books for a cost of $286,400 for $353,700. Of the total sales, $24,900 corresponds to cash, $850 corresponds to special orders received during December of 2008 and $327,950 are on account. (8) During 2009: Returns unsold books at a cost of $22,700. The company has not yet I had paid for these books. (9) During 2009: Collects $320,600 from sales to accounts. (10) During 2009: Pays employees compensation of $29,400. (11) During 2009: pays $281,100 to book distributors for book purchases from account. (12) December 31, 2009: Declares and pays a dividend of $4,000.
6-35 A recent study by an environmental watchdog determined that the amount of contaminants in Minnesota lakes (in parts per million) it has a normal distribution with a mean of 64 ppm and variance of 17.6. Assume that 35 lakes are randomly selected and sampled. Find the probability that the sample average of the amount of contaminants is a) Greater than 72 ppm. b) Between 64 and 72 ppm. c) Exactly 64 ppm. d) Greater than 94 ppm.
determine the polynomial F of degree 2 that interpolates. f at points (0;1) (2;5) (4;6). calculate F(0.8). Note: Using the polynomial expression with difference operator.
Two business partners have a bank balance of $17,942.00. After the first year their interest brings their balance to $18,928.91. What rate of interest is earned?