Solutions to Chapter 5 Homework
Total points =6
$1,000 1.04 = $1,040.00 interest = $40
1.
$1,040 1.04 = $1,081.60 interest = $1,081.60 $1,040 = $41.60
After 10 years, your account has grown to $1,000 (1.04)10 = $1,480.24.
Interest earned in 10th year = $1
ECON104A: INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY
HOMEWORK 2
INSTRUCTION.
Submit your answer on iLearn before the due date.
Due: Friday April 21st, 11:59PM.
PROBLEM I. Charlie likes apples and bananas. He consumes nothing
else. The consumption bundle where Ch
Statistics for
Economics
Week1
Population and Sample
A population is the group of all items of interest
to a statistics practitioner.
A sample is a set of data drawn from the studied
population.
A descriptive measure of a population is called a
parameter.
Statistics for
Economics
Week2
Notations
Sample Mean:
Sample Variance:
Population Mean:
Sample Variance:
Covariance
Population covariance:
Sample covariance:
Exercise 4.63
The covariance of two variables has been
calculated to be -150. What does the
stati
Statistics for
Economics
Week3
Probabilities of an event
Simple Event
An individual outcome of a sample space is called a
simple event.
Probabilities of an event
The probability of an event is the sum of the
probabilities of the simple events that constit
ECON104A: INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY
HOMEWORK 4
INSTRUCTION.
Submit your answer on iLearn before the due date.
Due: Friday May 5th, 11:59PM.
PROBLEM I. Saras utility function is U (x1 , x2 ) = x21 x2 , where x1 is her
consumption of good 1 and x2
NPV* Example
You are considering two mutually exclusive projects as follows:
- Project A
Project B
-* Initial Outlay
$100,000
$70,000
* Expected Net After-Tax
Cash Flow Each Year
25,000
17,000
* Terminal Cash Flow
0
0
-Note that both projects have an econ
Statistics for
Economics
Week4
Population Mean and Variance
for Discrete Random Variables
Population Mean
Population Variance
Shortcut Calculation for
Population Variance
Exercise 7.19(a)&(b)
We are given the following probability distribution.
X
0
1
2
3
Unit 6, Chapter 20
Mr. Maurer
AP Economics
Name: _
Date: _
Chapter 6, Problem Set #2
Price Elasticity of Supply, Cross Elasticity, and Income Elasticity of Demand
1. In your own words, explain the concept of price elasticity of supply.
Its how much seller
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Equations and Formulas for Midterm II for BUS 106/ECON 134
Time Value of Money Equations
Future value = present value x (1+r)t
Present value = future value after t periods/ (1+r)t
PV of perpetuity = C/r = cash payment/interest rate
Present value of a t ye
Econ 104A
CH 2- Budget Constraint
4/3
Fundamental Assumption of Consumer Theory - Consumers choose the best bundle of goods
they can afford.
Consumption Bundle: (X1, X2) how many units(X) of good 1 and how many units of good 2.
Budget Constraint: P1X1 + P
Chapter 11 HW Solution
Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital
3. If investors become less willing to bear investment risk, they will require a higher risk
premium to compensate them for holding risky assets. Security prices of r
BUS 106, Chapter 12 Homework Solution
6.
a. Call the weight in the S&P 500 w and the weight in T-bills (1 w). Then w must satisfy
the equation:
w 10% + (1 w) 4% = 8% w = 2/3
Therefore, invest two-thirds in the S&P 500 and one-third in T-bills.
b. To form
Chapter 6 Homework Problems, BUS 106
2.
a.
Coupon rate = 6%, which remains unchanged. The coupon payments are fixed at
$60 per year.
b. When the market yield increases, the bond price will fall. The cash flows are discounted
at a higher rate.
c. At a lowe