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Course: BUS 3710, Fall 2009
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Illinois Eastern University BUS 3710 Spring 2009 Final Exam Calculations 1) 2) 3) 4) Present value of an investment Present value of an annuity Future value on an investment Future value of an annuity Loan payments Expected return for an investment = sum of (possible returns x probability of those returns) Coefficient of variation = return / risk = expected return / beta or expected return/standard deviation...

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