18 - 1INCORRECT _istheamountofmoneypercommonsharethatcouldbe

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1 INCORRECT _______ is the amount of money per common share that could be  realized by breaking up the firm, selling the assets, repaying the debt,  and distributing the remainder to shareholders. A) Book value per share B) Liquidation value per share C) Market value per share D) Tobin's Q E) None of the above Feedback: Liquidation value per share is the amount of money per common share that could be realized by  breaking up the firm, selling the assets, repaying the debt, and distributing the remainder to shareholders. 2 INCORRECT You wish to earn a return of 10% on each of two stocks, C and D.  Each of the stocks is expected to pay a dividend of $2 in the upcoming  year. The expected growth rate of dividends is 9% for stock C and  10% for stock D. The intrinsic value of stock C _____. A) will be greater than the intrinsic value of stock  D B) will be the same as the intrinsic value of stock  D C) will be less than the intrinsic value of stock D D) cannot be calculated without knowing the rate  of return on the market portfolio E) none of the above is a correct statement. Feedback: PV0 = D1/(k-g); given that dividends are equal, the stock with the higher growth rate will have the 
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