a. Calculate the growth rate in dividends.

b. Calculate the expected dividend yield.

c. Assuming the calculated growth rate is expected to continue, you can add the dividend yield to the expected growth rate to get the expected total rate of return. What is the stock’s expected total rate of return?

b. Calculate the expected dividend yield.

c. Assuming the calculated growth rate is expected to continue, you can add the dividend yield to the expected growth rate to get the expected total rate of return. What is the stock’s expected total rate of return?

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