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Dr. Garven Problem Set #2 Name _SOLUTIONS_
1. Suppose you are offered a bet based upon the roll of three standard dice. These dice are fair, so for any given die,
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #3 Name _SOLUTIONS_
1. A worker whose utility function U(W) = W has received a job offer which pays $80,000 with a bonus. The bonus is equa
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1. Consider two risky prospects, Xl and X2, with payoffs given by:
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #3 Name _
1. A worker whose utility function U(W) = W has received a job offer which pays $80,000 with a bonus. The bonus is equally likely
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY HANKAMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
Dr. Garven Problem Set #2 Name _
Show your work and write as legibly as possible. Good luck! 1. Suppose you are offered a bet based upon the roll of three standar
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #1 1. Determine the first derivative of each of the following functions: a. Y 3 10 X 5X 2 b. Y 2 X (4 X 3 ) c. Y 3X /(4 X 3 ) d. Y 4 X /( X
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #4 Name _
1. Consider two risky prospects, Xl and X2, with payoffs given by:
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #1 Name _SOLUTIONS_
1. Determine the first derivative of each of the following functions: dY 10 10 X 10(1 X ). a. (Constant and Power Rules
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Dr. Garven Problem Set #5 (extra credit) Name _SOLUTIONS_
1. The price of a share of ABC stock is currently $50. It is known that at the end of 1 year, the ABC sh
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1. The price of a share of ABC stock is currently $50. It is known that at the end of 1 year, the ABC share price
Statistics Tutorial (Part 1 of 2)
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