FINAL EXAM - Fin200:MidtermIII Fall2010 Bydownloadingand/...

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Fin 200: Midterm III Fall 2010 By downloading and / or completing this exam you indicate that you  agree to abide by the following exam rules: This exam is open notes and open book.  You will also need to use a financial calculator.  You may also use  the following website:    (and your calculator manual) as a resource on how to use your  financial calculator.   As a reminder, you will NOT be permitted to use these resources during the final  exam. You may ask me questions on the problems, but you may NOT use any of the following other resources to  help you with this test: Other professors (either at St. Joseph’s or elsewhere) Current FIN 200 students Previous FIN 200 students Future FIN 200 students The internet Any other resource that could, conceivably, give you the answers without requiring you to work  them out.   This exam is due NO LATER than NOON on December 10, 2010.   You may give the problem set directly to me, leave it in my mailbox in the finance department (MV  340), or scan and email it to me.  Do NOT slide the problem set under my office door. LATE PROBLEM SETS, EVEN BY A FEW MINUTES, WILL RECEIVE A GRADE OF “0”  WITHOUT EXCEPTION. YOU SHOULD MAKE A PHOTOCOPY OF YOUR PROBLEM SET BEFORE HANDING IT IN.  This will allow you to look at your answers and the answer key and will aid you in studying for the  final. Neatly write all of your answers in the space provided. ---------------------------------------------------- (Legible) Name
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1)  (5 points)  Turnips and Parsley common stock sells for $39.86 a share at a market rate of return of 9.5 %. The company  just paid their annual dividend of $1.20. What is the rate of growth of their dividend?
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