QuestionPartMathAnswer1aiDivisor = 1.1Day 1 Index = (21+48+42)/1.1 = 100.91Divisor = 1.1iiIndex Return = 100.91/100 - 1 = 0.91%Index Return = 0.91%iiiDivisor = 0.892ivDivisor = 0.8231biDivisor = 6,500Divisor = 6,500iiIndex Return = 104.308/100 - 1 = 4.31%Index Return = 4.31%iiiDivisor = 6,500ivDivisor = 5426.241cDay 0 Index = 7,200*3 =$21,600Index Return = 21,288/21,600 - 1 = -1.44%Index Return = -1.44%1di2.73 Shares per stocksii2.7 Shares per stocksDay 0 Index = (25+45+40)/d = 100Divisor = 1.1Day 1 Index = (21+48+21)/d = 100.91Divisor = 0.892Day 1 Index = (21+48+14)/d = 100.91Divisor = 0.823Day 0 Index = (25*2000 + 45*8000 + 40*6000)/d = 100Divisor = 6,500Day 0 Index = (21*2000 + 48*8000 + 42*6000)/6500 = 104.308Divisor = 6,500 as the stock split will still result in the same market capDay 1 Index = (21*2000 + 48*8000 + 42*6000)/d = 104.308Divisor = 5426.24Stock weightingA = 288B = 160C = 180Results in a market cap of $7,200 per stockDay 1 Index = (21*288 + 48*160 + 42*160) = $21,288Price Weighted Index2.73 shares per stockValue Weighted IndexRatio of market cap for A:B:C is 50:360:240Therefore, the weighting for stocks are:A = 50/650*$300 = $23.08 = 0.92 stocksB = 360/650*$300 = $166.154 = 3.69 stocksC = 240/650*$300 = $110.769 = 2.77 stocksShares of A = 0.92Shares of B = 3.69Shares of C = 2.77Equal Weighted IndexShares of A = $100/$25 = 4 sharesShares of B = $100/$45 = 2.22 sharesShares of C = $100/$40 = 2.5 sharesShares of A = 4Shares of B = 2.22Shares of C = 2.5Price Weighted Index2.7 shares per stockValue Weighted IndexRatio of market cap for A:B:C is 42:384:252Therefore, the weighting for stocks are:A = 42/678*$300 = $18.58 = 0.885 stocksB = 384/678*$300 = $169.91 = 3.54 stocksC = 252/678*$300 = $111.504 = 2.655 stocksShares of A = 0.885Shares of B = 3.54Shares of C = 2.655

Equal Weighted IndexShares of A = $100/$21 = 4.76 sharesShares of B = $100/$48 = 2.08 sharesShares of C = $100/$42 = 2.38 sharesShares of A = 4.76Shares of B = 2.08Shares of C = 2.38

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