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### AC221-Exam+III+A-fall2007_Solut

Course: AC 221, Fall 2008
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Exam Mid-Term III (A) Problem 1: Bonds (40 pts total) NO PARTIAL CREDIT GIVEN a. Calculate the cash proceeds from the issuance of the bond on January 1, 2004. (5 points) Coupon payment = 900*8%/2=36 PV of coupon payment = 36* PVA(3%,8) = 36*7.0197= 252.7. PV of principal payment = 900* PV(3%,8) = 900*0.7894 = 710.5. Price of the bond = 252.7+710.5 =963.2 b. Was the bond issued at Par, Premium or Discount?...

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