Intermediate Microeconomics
Problem Set 5
Name: _
1. An individual spends $8 per week on apples and oranges. The price of an apple is $0.40 and the price of an
orange is $0.10.
A. What is the equation describing the budget constraint?
B. In a properly lab
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Problem Set 4: Stock Prices
Due Thursday, February 2nd at the beginning of class
1. Discuss (with formula) the general dividend discount model and its three major submodels
as introduced in the chapter.
2. What are the
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Practice Questions: Investment
Not due for a grade but fair game for the exam on Wednesday
1. What determines the desired stock of capital held by the firm?
2. Why are firms forward loo
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Problem Set 3: Household Consumption and Saving
Due by 4:00Pm on February 9th in my office.
1. Describe the assumptions that the text makes concerning the preferences of households over
pr
Accelerated Macro Spring 2015
Solutions to HW #1
1
GDP, TFP, and MPL
The following data give real GDP, Y, capital, K, and labor, N, for Macroland. Assume that the produc1/3 2/3
tion function takes the following Cobb-Douglas form: Yt = At Kt Nt .
Year
2010
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Spring 2017
Professor Van Horn
Problem Set 1
Due on Monday, January 30th at the beginning of class
1. Describe the different approaches to measuring the amount of economic activity that occurs
during a period of time and expl
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Problem Set 2: The Time Value of Money
Due at the beginning of class, Wednesday, January 25
1. You have just won the Texas lottery! In payment for your winnings you can take $100 million
today or $5 million per year fo
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Spring 2017
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Problem Set 5: Ratio Analysis
Due Monday, February 13th at the beginning of class
1. Microlimp does not raise any new finance during the year, but it generates a lot of earnings,
which are immediately reinvested. If yo
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Problem Set 3: Bond Valuation
Due at the beginning of class on Monday, January 30th
1. Consider the following 4 bonds, each with a face value of F = $10,000, currently being sold
in the primary market:
A: a 2 year coup
Section 3 Study Questions (16.0 points)
Answer each question fully. Complete sentences are not necessary.
Lesson 1 (4.0 points)
1. What is a value? (1.0 points)
A single piece of information or a collection of information grouped together in one place.
2.
Unit 2
Surface Area and Volume Project
Build a Tin Man
Objective To construct a robot from 3-dimensional figures
and determine amount of Styrofoam peanut pieces you will
need to fill it and the amount of aluminum foil you will need
to cover it.
Questions:
Unit 3 Study
Guide- Similar
Vocabulary/Postulates/Theorems
Dilation: A transformation that changes the size, but not the shape, of a figure
Can get BIGGER (Expansion) or SMALLER (Contraction)
Expansion - Scale Factor >1
Contraction Scale Factor <1
Scale F
Unit 4
Circles
Study
Guide
Circle: The set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from one given point called the center.
Radius: a segment that connects the center of a circle to a point anywhere on the circle. The
plural of radius is radii.
D
Chapter 7 (Stocks) Practice Multiple Choice Questions
1.
A.
B.
C.
D.
How much should you pay for a share of stock that offers a constant growth rate
of 10%, requires a 16% rate of return and is expected to sell for $50 one year from
now?
$42.00
$45.00
$45
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Problem Set 8: Exam 2 Review Questions
Due at the beginning of class on Monday, March 7th
Capital Budgeting
1. A corporation is considering purchasing a machine that has an expected eight-year life
and wil
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Problem Set 3
Due Monday, February 1st
1. Assume you have just inherited, at 35 years old, $100,000 and
decide to use the windfall towards your retirement. Your will
places the money in a bank, wh
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Problem Set 7: Risk and Return
Due Monday, February 29th
1. What is the difference between unique risk, which can be
diversified away, and market risk, which cannot? [5 points]
Unique risk is a s
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Finance 30-474
Spring 2016
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Problem Set 6: Project Analysis
Due Monday, February 22nd
1. It is easy to imagine that a financial manager would be reluctant to
abandon a project in which large sums of money have been invested
Finance
Spring 2016
Professor Van Horn
Problem Set 5: Stock Prices
Not graded but fair game for the first exam.
1. Discuss (with formula) the general dividend discount model and
its three major sub-models as introduced in the chapter.
The general dividen
Laith Tucker
Finance 30-474
Professor Van Horn
Spring 2016
Problem Set 1
Due Thursday, January 21st
1. List and briefly describe the basic questions addressed by a financial manager. [10 points]
o
Financial managers of corporations have various decisions
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Spring 2016
Professor Van Horn
Problem Set 4
Due Monday, February 8rd
1. What are the differences between the bond's coupon rate, current
yield, and yield to maturity? [10 points]
o The coupon rate is the annual interest paymen