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Compute the future value of $1000 continuously compounded for: a) five years, at stated annual rate of 12% b) three years at stated annual rate of 10% c) 10 years at at stated annual rate of 5% d) eight years at a at stated annual rate of 7%

You make deposits of $2 each year for 30 years. The rate of interest that will prevail is 10 percent for the first 20 years and then 12 percent for the remaining period. If the interest rate is compounded continuously, what is the present and future value of these deposits.

The future value of a $100 investment today at 8 percent annual interest compounded semiannually for 5 years is A)1469, B)1480, C)1520, D)1555

Please help with the questions below, most are multiple choice, but some just need an answer….thank you. #1 If the variable cost per unit increases while the sales price per unit and total fixed costs remain constant, the _______________. a. break-even point increases b. break- even point decreases c. break- even point remains the same

The following table shows the past two years of quarterly sales information. Assume that there are both trend and seasonal factors and that the seasonal cycle is one year. Use time series decomposition to forecast quarterly sales for the next year. Quarter Sales 1 160 2 195 3 150 4 140 Quarter Sales 5 215

What could Starbucks do to make its stores even more elegant that welcomed, rewared and suprised customers? What new products and experiece can Starbucks provide and how can they reach people who are not coffee drinkers? What strategic paths can Starbucks pursue its objectives as becoming the most respected and recognized brands in the world?

1)You would like to take a cruise in six years. The cruise currently costs $4,250. You expect the price to increase by 4% annually. You can earn 5% on your savings. How much do you need to save at the end of each month so you will be able to afford your cruise in six

Explain how annuities affect TVM problems and investment outcomes with the impact of the following items listed below – this does not have to be exstensively long a. Interest Rates and Compounding b. Present Value (of a future payment received) c. Future Value (of an investment) d. Opportunity cost e. Annuities and the Rule of

23. Annuities and Interest Rates. Professor’s Annuity Corp. offers a lifetime annuity to retiring professors. For a payment of $80,000 at age 65, the firm will pay the retiring professor $600 a month until death. a. If the professor’s remaining life expectancy is 20 years, what is the monthly rate on this annuity? What is

Jane is a finance major at a university and has a $600 overdue debt for books and supplies at the bookstore. She has only $200 in her checking account and doesn’t want her father to know about this debt. The manager at the bookstore tells her that she may settle the account in one of