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Tristan K.

Financial Algebra

2 days, 20 hours ago

Chase Bank started its first day of operations with $ 40 million in capital. A total of $190 million in checkable deposits is received. The bank makes a $25 million commercial loan and lends another $120 million in mortgage loans. The bank also purchases 30-day T-Bills for 20 million. If required reserves are 10%, what does the bank balance sheet look like? (5 marks)

Hamza B.

Financial Algebra

3 days, 20 hours ago

identify the source of finance that are available to a business and assess the implication of different sources

Nethanya Z.

Financial Algebra

None

You’ve just joined the investment banking firm of Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe. They’ve offered you two different salary arrangements. You can have $72,000 per year for the next two years, or you can have $61,000 per year for the next two years, along with a $17,000 signing bonus today. The bonus is paid immediately, and the salary is paid in equal amounts at the end of each month. If the interest rate is 9 percent compounded monthly, what is the value today of each option? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answers to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)

Ehope0 E.

Financial Algebra

5 days, 11 hours ago

a company is selling you an investment product that will pay you and your heirs $25,000 per year forever. Assume that the required rate of return on this investment is 6%, how much will you pay for this investment product?

Jayden T.

Financial Algebra

None

Xavier W.

Financial Algebra

None

Xavier W.

Financial Algebra

None

Jimmy invest 4000 in an account

Gaspar D.

Financial Algebra

None

Emillio earned a salary of $87,000 last year. He paid 5.2% pre-taxed to his 401K plan. How much did he pay to his 401K plan last year?

Gaspar D.

Financial Algebra

None

Manny is paid semi-monthly.His semi-montlhy salary is 1.239 . What is his annual dalary

Tanzila A.

Financial Algebra

1 week ago

How can I run quintile coherence in R software

Gemgem 2.

Financial Algebra

1 week ago

Suppose that GARCH(1,1) parameters have been estimated as ? = 0.000003, ? = 0.04, and ? = 0.94. The current daily volatility is estimated to be 1%. Estimate the daily volatility in 30 days.

Base K.

Financial Algebra

1 week ago

2. Maximize utility ???? = ???????? + ????, subject to the budget constraint 6???? + 2???? = 110 by a) finding the critical values ?????, ????? and ?????, b) use the Hessian bordered. 15 marks Question 3 [25 marks] Maximise profits using Kuhn-Tucker conditions, ???? = 64???? ? 2???? 2 + 96???? ? 4???? 2 ? 13 Subject to the production constraint ???? + ???? ? 36 25 marks Question 4 [25 marks] 1. Give the input matrix and the final demand vector ???? = [ 0.05 0.25 0.34 0.33 0.10 0.12 0.19 0.38 0 ] ???? = [ 800 400 700 ] (a) Write out the input matrix, and the specific systems of equations for this economy 2 marks (b) Find the new output level when final demands increase by10%, 40% and 20%, respectively 10 marks 2. In a three–industry economy, it is known that industry I uses 20 cents of its own product, 10 cents of commodity III and 60 cents of commodity II to produce a dollar’s worth of commodity I. Industry II uses 10 cents of its own product, 30 cents of commodity III and 50 cents of commodity I to produce a dollar’s worth of commodity II. While industry III uses none of its own product and commodity I, but uses 20 cents of commodity II in producing a dollar’s worth of commodity III. The open sector demands N$ 2,000 billion of commodity I, N$ 500 billion of commodity II and 1500 billion of commodity III a) Write out the input matrix, and the specific systems of equations for this economy. 3 marks b) Find the solution output levels by Cramer’s rule.

Marlyn B.

Financial Algebra

1 week ago

Reduce the following ratio to its lowest term and to its equivalent ratio having 1 as the smallest term 190:38:133

Sandeep G.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 1 day ago

Carefully read the introduction and general instructions to the Hydro Paddle Boards, Inc. practice set on pages 3 and 4. Follow the steps below to complete Hydro Paddle Boards, Inc. using the Klooster & Allen General Ledger Software. 1. Open the Hydro Paddle Boards, Inc. data file. Start the General Ledger software. Click on the Open toolbar button and select the file Hydro_Paddle_Boards.IA7. 2. Immediately save the file to a new name. Click on the Save As toolbar button. When the Save As window appears, select the folder in the Save In drop-down list where you wish to save your data

Sandeep G.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 1 day ago

Palisade Creek Co. is a merchandising business. The account balances for Palisade Creek Co. as of May 1, 2014 (unless otherwise indicated), are as follows:

G M.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 1 day ago

What is a mole

Abu G.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 1 day ago

LEEDER company provide courier service within states in Peninsular Malaysia, i.e., Johor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, and Selangor. Table 2 shows more than 400 trips of delivery to major customer locations per month. The operations cost is high since the courier centre (CC) currently located at Location S. In order to optimize the operations cost, this company plans to find a new CC location.

Abu G.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 1 day ago

LEEDER company provide courier service within states in Peninsular Malaysia, i.e., Johor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, and Selangor. Table 2 shows more than 400 trips of delivery to major customer locations per month. The operations cost is high since the courier centre (CC) currently located at Location S. In order to optimize the operations cost, this company plans to find a new CC location.

Ioannis X.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 2 days ago

write a model that explains final exam performance in terms of attendance

Katlego G.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 2 days ago

See the attached image for the questions

Krisha B.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 3 days ago

examples of rational exponents

S R.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 4 days ago

Valerie is saving money for her college education. She deposited some money in a savings account paying 5% and $1200 less than that amount in a second account paying 4%. The two accounts produced a total of $141 interest in 1 yr. How much did she invest at each rate?

Meshach J.

Financial Algebra

None

“There is something that is the same for all possible answers in Q4. The fact there is one particular answer despite this similarity is related to problems that occur in other areas of mathematics. One particular example is to do with the area of a rectangle. This involves calculus. Research and Briefly discuss how Q4 relates to this ‘area of a rectangle’ question” (How does this work because I have no idea ?)

Ty B.

Financial Algebra

None

12. Use the following data to construct a stock bar chart for the 5-day period.DayOpenCloseHighLowVolume120.4820.2420.5020.2058,000,000220.2120.2520.3020.0052,000,000320.3020.1020.3420.0242,000,000420.1720.4420.4520.1050,000,000520.4820.6120.6520.3650,000,000

Tekkali J.

Financial Algebra

1 week, 5 days ago

There is an inverse floater with a current annual coupon of $35 and a face of $500. Its companion floater is selling at par, $500, and has a current annual coupon $5. Both of these instruments mature in 5 years. What is the current price of the bond that was used to generate these instruments and what is the price of the inverse floater? What is the effective coupon rate ceiling (the highest the coupon rate could be and still get Pfloater = $500) on the floater?

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