The Fisher equation states that
A) the nominal interest rate equals the real interest rate plus the expected rate of inflation.
B) the real interest rate equals the nominal interest rate less the expected rate of inflation.
C) the nominal interest rate eq
62) (I) The average lifetime of a debt security's stream of payments is called duration.
(II) The duration of a portfolio is the weighted average of the durations of the individual securities, with the weights
reflecting the proportion of the portfolio in
) A consol bond is a bond that
A) pays interest annually and its face value at maturity.
B) pays interest in perpetuity and never matures.
C) pays no interest but pays its face value at maturity.
D) rises in value as its yield to maturity rises.
Answer: B
approximately
A) $100.
B) $105.
C) $95.
D) $90.
Answer: C
Question Status: Previous Edition
15) With an interest rate of 10 percent, the present value of a security that pays $1,100 next year and $1,460 four
years from now is approximately
A) $1,000.
B) $
) (I) A simple loan requires the borrower to repay the principal at the maturity date along with an interest payment.
(II) A discount bond is bought at a price below its face value, and the face value is repaid at the maturity date.
A) (I) is true, (II) f
1.
_ argued in his famous critique that tests of the expected return/beta relationship are
invalid and that it is doubtful that the CAPM can ever be tested.
A.
Kim
B.
Markowitz
C.
Modigliani
D.
Roll
E.
None of the options
2.
Fama and MacBeth (1973) found
1.
The expected return/beta relationship is used
A.
by regulatory commissions in determining the costs of capital for regulated firms.
B.
in court rulings to determine discount rates to evaluate claims of lost future incomes.
C.
to advise clients as to th
Chapter 9
Fundamental Legal Principles of Insurace Contract
After studying this chapter, the student has to be able to answer the following
questions:
What are the legal principles of insurance contract?
Explain every legal principle by example
Explain
Chapter 10
Analysis of Insurance Contracts
After studying this chapter, the student has to be able to answer the following
questions:
What is the definition of insurance contract and what are its contents?
What are the contents of insurance contract? In
Chapter 6
Insurance Company Operations
QUESTION one ( Multiple choice)
1- The function of an actuary is to
a) Adjust claims
b) Determine premium rates
c) Negotiate reinsurance treaties
d) Invest insurance company assets
Answer
2- Insures obtain data that
Chapter 22
Auto insurance
QUESTION one ( Multiple choice)
1- Which of the following statements about the liability limits of the PAP is
(are) true?
IThe policy is written with split limits of liability
IIPrejudgment interest is considered part of the dama
Chapter 5
Fundamental Legal Principles of Insurance Contract
QUESTION one ( Multiple choice)
1- Fundamental purposes of the principle of indemnity include which of the
following?
ITo reduce physical hazards
IITo prevent the insured from profiting insuranc
CH 15
Health Care and Individual Health Insurance
QUESTION one ( Multiple choice)
1- Hospital expense coverage is written
a) Only on an indemnity basis
b) Only on a valued basis
c) Only on a service basis
d) On a service basis ,reimbursement basis ,or ind
CORPORATE
GOVERNANCE
Kenneth Kim,
John Nofsinger &
Derek Mohr
3rd Edition
Pearson Prentice Hall
CHAPTER 3
Accountants and Auditors
Chapter overview
Accounting functions
Problems that may occur in accounting
Auditing
Accounting oversight
The changing role
TEST BANK
Correct answers for True/False questions are denoted with a T or F. Correct answers
to multiple-choice question are in bold.
Chapter 1: Corporations and Corporate Governance
True / False Questions
F
Capitalism is an economic system of business b
CORPORATE
GOVERNANCE
Kenneth Kim,
John Nofsinger &
Derek Mohr
3rd Edition
Pearson Prentice Hall
CHAPTER 2
Executive Incentives
Chapter overview
2
Potential Managerial Temptations
Types of Executive Compensation
Does Incentive-based Compensation Work in Ge
:There are several techniques to manage risk
Risk control is the best method of managing risk and usually the least
expensive. Risk control involves avoiding the risk entirely or mitigating
the risk by lowering the probability and magnitude of losses. Man
First Semester
Actu 464
Student name:
Homewok (To handle next Tuesday 03-01-2017 before 1pm)
Answer only 5 of the following 7 questions.
Send it by email as a PDF file.
1) Consider a portfolio of two policies with respective losses
X Pareto(3,100)
and
Y E
Homework-3 (IS 370)
1) Explain the mechanism of protocols help for transporting services
2) Describe the functions of transport layer for sending receiving of
packets
3) Explain Multiplexer and demultiplexer? Explain how demultiplexing
works for transport
Home Work-4
IS 370
1) With a neat diagram explain the importance of Reliable data transfer?
2) Explain the mechanism for sending and receiving protocol?
cfw_Please submit the homework on 16 May 2011
Practice worksheet 3Chapter
1Q From the following details find current ratio and quick ratio cash
ratio and cash ratio?
Current assets= 3650, Current liabilities =2400, Cash=3500,
Inventory=1600.
Solution:
2Q From the following details Calculate: Inventor
Chapter 1
Introduction
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CHAPTER 2
1- The balance sheet identitz or equation :
Assets= Liabilities+ shareholders' equity
2 The income Statement equation:
Revenues - Expenses = Income
3 - The cash ow identity:
Cash ow from assets =
Cash flow to credit
Basic
1. The portfolio weight of an asset is total investment in that asset divided by the
total portfolio value.
First, we will find the portfolio value, which is:
Total value = 180($45) + 140($27) = $11,880
The portfolio weight for each stock is:
Weight
CHAPTER 3 SOLUTIONS
1.Page 81
Net working capital (NWC) = $1,370
Current liabilities (C.L) = 3720
Current assets =?
Inventory = 1950
We have to find:- a) current ratio b) quick ratio
Current ratio = Current assets
Current liabilities
We dont have current
Computer Networking
IS 370
Homework 2
Question 1)
a) We know that, 2 Mbps =2000 Kbps
From the question we can understand, each user requires 400 Kbps.
Therefore, 5 users can be supported.
b) From the question we know that, User needs to share a link of 2
Chapter 6 solutions
1. To solve this problem, we must find the PV of each cash flow and
add them. To find the PV of a
lump sum, we use:
PV = FV / (1 + r)t
PV@10% = 950 / (1.10)1 + 1040 / (1.10)2+ 1130 / (1.10)3 + 1075/ (1.10)4
= 3306.35
PV@18% = 950 /(1.1