Yawin Smallwood
Project Proposal
STAT 1100
1. I am interested in seeing what the percentage is in NFL MVPs chances the same year
they win MVP in playing in the super bowl as well as the percentage in winning the
super bowl.
2. The columns thats will appea
Math 5621
Financial Mathematics II
Fall 2009
Final Examination Solutions
December 11-16, 2009
This is a take-home examination due back to me by 5 PM Wednesday, December 16, in my department mail box, under my o ce door or by email. You
may consult any wri
Math 5621 Financial Math II
Fall 2014
Final Exam
December 5 to December 10, 2014
This is an open book take-home exam. You may consult any books, notes,
websites or other printed material that you wish. Having so consulted then
submit your own answers as w
Math 5621
Financial Mathematics II
Final Exam
December 5, 2008
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in my faculty mail box, or under my office door. You can use any online or printed
sources while work
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University of Connecticut
Math 2620/5620: Financial Mathematics I
Spring 2015
Final Exam 5/4/2015
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Student Number
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University of Connecticut
Math 2620/5620: Financial Mathematics I
Spring 2015
Final Exam 5/4/2015
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Student Number
Do not open this test booklet until you are told to do so.
You will have 2 hours to complete the test.
You must stop work as soon as time
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 1
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1. Brandon Irons deposits 1,000 into a savings account at t=0.
The account earns simple interest at a rate of 6% per year.
Brandon deposits an additional 2,000 into
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 3
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1. Consider a savings account that earns 5% annual effective. A deposit of $100 is made to this
account at t=1, followed by $200 at t=2, $300 at t=3, and so on, with
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 2
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1. Consider an annuity that consists of a level annual payment of 1 per year each year for n
years. For each of the following questions, write the appropriate annuit
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 4
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1. Each of the following items gives a rate of compound interest expressed in terms of
one interest variable, and asks you to compute the equivalent value for a diff
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 5
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1. Bruce Wayne starts a project that requires an initial investment of $100,000. The
project will generate net cash flows of $40,000 at the end of the first year, $6
University of Connecticut
Math 5620: Financial Mathematics I
Homework Assignment 8
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1. Given the following annual coupon rates and annual effective yields for the bonds
with the listed maturities, calculate the following: (Note: Each bond has annual
FINANCIAL
MATHEMATICS
A Practical Guide for Actuaries
and other Business Professionals
Second Edition
CHRIS RUCKMAN, FSA, MAAA
JOE FRANCIS, FSA, MAAA, CFA
Study Notes Prepared by
Kevin Shand, FSA, FCIA
Assistant Professor
Warren Centre for Actuarial
Studi