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Unformatted text preview: a$60 b$70 c$80 Stock's Intrinsic Value = Annual Dividends / Required Rate of Return a$60=$6/required rate of return Required rate of return=$6/$60=0.1 or 10% b$70=$6/ required rate of return required rate of return=$6/$70=0.857 or 8.57% c$80=$6/ required rate of return required rate of return=$6/$80=0.075 or 7.5% 3. Leontiiefs wigs can borrow from its bank at 16% to take a cash discount. The terms are 2/10, net 60. Leontief’s should borrow from the bank to take the discount…True or False if false why? % Discount /100  % Discount x 365 /Credit Period  Discount Period 2%/1002% X 365/6010 =2.04*7.3 =14.892 LEONTIEEFS SHOULD NOT BORROW FROM BANK. SO STATEMENT IS FALSE. 4. Mydral boots can borrow from its bank at 12 percent to take a cash discount. The terms are 3/10, net 90. Mydral boots should borrow from the bank to take the discount…true or false, if false why? True....
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 201 taught by Professor Stevejoseph during the Winter '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.
 Winter '11
 STEVEJOSEPH
 Dividends

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