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Answer: B

3. The rate of h larger coupon payments will have a lower price today.

Answer: A

15. Your broer o!ers you the opportunity to purchase a bond with coupon

payments of "#$ per year and a face value of "1$$$. %f the yield to maturity

on similar bonds is &'( this bond should:

A) *ell for the same price as the similar bond regardless of their respective

maturities.

B) *ell at a premium.

+) *ell at a discount.

,) *ell for either a premium or a discount but it-s impossible to tell which.

.) *ell fo .) %( %%( and %%%

/1. %f investors are uncertain that they will be able to sell a corporate bond

0uicly( the investors will demand a higher yield in the form of a1n)

222222222222.

A) in3ation premium

B) li0uidity ris premium

+) interest rate ris premium

,) default ris premium

.) increased real rate of interest

Answer: B

//. ,i44y +orp. bonds bearing a coupon rate of 1/'( pay coupons semiannually(

have 3 years remaining to maturity( and are currently priced at "#5$ per

bond. 6hat is the yield to maturity7

A) 1/.$$'

B) 13.##'

+) 15.55'

,) 15./5'

.) 15.58'

Answer: +

9esponse: "#5$ : 1$$$ ;<( =$ >?T( = @( A#5$ ><( +>T %BY : 8./8'C

YT? : 8./8' D / : 15.55'

/3. 6hitesell Athletic +orporation-s bonds have a face value of "1($$$ and a #'

coupon paid semiannuallyC the bonds mature in & years. 6hat current yield

would be reported in The Wall Street Journal if the yield to maturity is 8'7

A) 5'

B) 5'

+) ='

,) 8'

.) &'

Answer: .

9esponse:

1$$$ ;<( 55 >?T( 1= @( 3.5 %BY( +>T >< : "1(1/$.#5C Annual coupon is 55 D /

: #$.

+urrent Yield 1+Y) : "#$ B 1(1/$.#5 : &.$3'

/5. ,EF .nterprises issues bonds with a "1($$$ face value that mae coupon

payments of "3$ every 3 months. 6hat is the coupon rate7

A) $.3$'

B) 3.$$'

+) #.$$'

,) 1/.$$'

.) 3$.$$'

Answer: ,

9esponse: coupon rate : 1"3$ D 5) B 1($$$ : 1/'

/5. *uppose you purchase a 4ero coupon bond with face value "1($$$( maturing

in /5 years( for "1&$. 6hat is the implicit interest( in dollars( in the Grst year

of the bond-s life7

A) " /.&=

B) " #.&5

+) "1/.8&

,) "1#./8

.) "3$.$$

Answer: +

1$$$ ;<( /5 @( A1&$ ><( +>T %BY : YT? : 8.1'C Year 1 interest : "1&$ D .$81

: "1/.8&

/=. *uppose you purchase a 4ero coupon bond with a face value of "1($$$ and a

maturity of /5 years( for "1&$. %f the yield to maturity on the bond remains

unchanged( what will the price of the bond be 5 years from now7

A) "/53.=5

B) "/&8.5/

+) "31$.#1

,) "3&$.5&

.) "5$$.$$

Answer: A

1$$$ ;<( /5 @( A1&$ ><( +>T %BY : 8.1'C A1&$ ><( 5 @( 8.1 %BY( +>T ;< :

"/53.=5

/8. 6hat is the yield to maturity on an 1&Ayear( 4ero coupon bond selling for 3$'

of par value7

A) 5.&='

B) 5.&='

+) =.38'

,) =.#/'

.) 3$.$$'

Answer: ,

1$$$ ;<( 1& @( A3$$ ><( +>T %BY : YT? : =.#/'

/&. HEH .nterprises wants to issue siDty /$Ayear( "1($$$ 4eroAcoupon bonds. %f

each bond is to yield 8'( how much will HEH receive 1ignoring issuance costs)

when the bonds are Grst sold7

A) "11(/1/

B) "1/(3#3

+) "15(5$5

,) "1&(&&$

.) "/$($$$

Answer: +

9esponse: price : "1($$$ B 1.$8

/$

: "/5&.5/C proceeds : "/5&.5/ D =$ :

"15(5$5

There is the algebra( but what are the entries using your T<I? eys on your

T% BA %% >lus7

And what of the algebra and eystroes for numbers /#A5$ below7

9ecogni4ing the algebra is important( and eDtending that recognition to the

eystroes is Jey.K

/#. HEH .nterprises wants to issue /$Ayear( "1($$$ face value 4eroAcoupon bonds.

%f each bond is to yield 8'( what is the minimum number of bonds HEH must

sell if they wish to raise "5 million from the sale7 1%gnore issuance costs.)

A) 18(/#$

B) 1#(35#

+) /$(1=5

,) /3(&&$

.) /=(15#

Answer: B

9esponse: price : "1($$$ B 1.$8/$ : "/5&.5/C L of bonds : "5($$$($$$ B

/5&.5/ : 1#(35#

3$. 6hat is the maret value of a bond that will pay a total of Gfty semiannual

coupons of "&$ each over the remainder of its life7 Assume the bond has a

"1($$$ face value and a 1/' yield to maturity.

A) " 835.&=

B) " #5/./=

+) "1(135.#$

,) "1(315./5

.) "1(555.=/

Answer: ,

5$ @( &$ >?T( 1$$$ ;<( 1/B/ : %BY( +>T >< : A1(315

31. HEH ?anufacturing Must issued a bond with a "1($$$ face and a coupon rate of

&'. The bond has a life of /$ years( annual coupons( and a yield to maturity

is 8.5'( what will the bond sell for7

A) " #85

B) "1($/$

+) "1($51

,) "1($&8

.) "1(1=/

Answer: +

1$$$ ;<( &$ >?T( /$ @( 8.5 %BY( +>T >< : A1($51

3/. HEH ?anufacturing Must issued a bond with a "1($$$ face value and a coupon

rate of &'. %f the bond has a life of /$ years( pays annual coupons( and the

yield to maturity is 8.5'( what percent of the bond-s total price is

represented by the present value of the coupons7

A) 55.8'

B) 5=.1'

+) 88.='

,) #3./'

.) 1$$.$'

Answer: +

9esponse:

Nsing the T<I? eystroes above( you get the price of around "1($51.

@ow( in this problem( you must calculate the value of the annuity stream 1the

interest payments or coupons) and divide that into the bond price. 9ecall that

the total bond value is comprised of the >< of the coupons plus the >< of the

maturity payo! of "1$$$.

Oeystroes for the >< of the coupons7 &$ >?T( 8.5 %BY( /$ @( +>T >< :

A&15.5=. ,ivide that into 1$51 and you get "&15.5= B 1($5$.#8 : 88.='.

33. HEH ?anufacturing Must issued a bond with a "1($$$ face value and a coupon

rate of &'. %f the bond has a life of /$ years( pays annual coupons( and the

yield to maturity is 8.5'( what is the present value of the bond-s face value7

A) " /35.51

B) " 351.15

+) " &15.5=

,) "1($$$.$$

.) "1($5$.#8

Answer: A( 9esponse: >< of par : "1($$$ B 1.$85

/$

: "/35.51

11$$$ ;<( /$ @( 8.5 %BY( +>T >< : /35.51)

35. HEH ?anufacturing Must issued a bond with a "1($$$ face value and a coupon

rate of &'. %f the bond has a life of /$ years( pays annual coupons( and the

yield to maturity is 8.5'( what is the total present value of the bond-s coupon

payments7

A) " /35.51

B) " 351.15

+) " &15.5=

,) "1($$$.$$

.) "1($5$.#8

Answer: +

9esponse: >< of coupons : "&$ P11 1B1.$85

/$

)B .$85Q : "&15.5=

Nsing the T<I? eys instead of algebra7

+oupon payments are &' of "1$$$ or "&$. *o( &$ >?T( /$ @( 8.5%BY( +>T >< :

&15.5=

35. The maret price of a bond is "1(/3=.#5( it has 15 years to maturity( a "1($$$

face value( and pays an annual coupon of "1$$ in semiannual installments.

6hat is the yield to maturity7

A) 3.1&'

B) 5./='

+) 5.38'

,) =.11'

.) 8./8'

Answer: .

9esponse:

"1(/3=.#5 : "5$ RP1 A 1B11 S 9)

/&

Q B 9T S 1($$$ B 11 S 9)

/&

C 9 : 3.=38'C

YT? : 3.=5' D / : 8./8'

The algebra is a bit annoying( so do the T<I? stu!( thusly: A1(/3=.#5><( 1$$$

;<( /& @( 5$ >?T( +>T %BY : 3.=38. %BY D / : 3.=38 D / : 8./85 or 8./8'

3=. 6hat would you pay for a bond that pays an annual coupon of "55( has a

face value of "1($$$( matures in 11 years( and has a yield to maturity of

1$'7

A) "=5/.88

B) "885.35

+) "&$$.1&

,) "#1$.15

.) "#8=.3&

Answer: A

9esponse: price : "55 P11 A 1B1.1

11)

B .1Q S 1($$$ B 1.1

11

: "=5/.88

T<I? stu!7 1$$$ ;<( 55 >?T( 11 @( 1$ %BY( +>T >< : A=5/.88

38. Oing @oodles- bonds have a #' coupon rate. %nterest is paid 0uarterly

and the bonds have a maturity of 1$ years. %f the appropriate discount rate is 1$'

on similar bonds( what is the price of Oing @oodles- bonds7

A) "#38./5

B) "#3&.55

+) "#81./8

,) "#&#.=3

.) "##1./8

Answer: A

1$$$ ;<( #$B5 : //.5 >?T( 1$ D 5 : 5$ @( 1$B5:/.5 %BY( +>T >< : A#38./5

3&. +ornerstone %ndustries has a bond outstanding with an &' coupon rate and a

maret price of "&85.=&. %f the bond matures in = years and interest is paid

semiannually( what is the YT?7

A) 5.#'

B) =.#'

+) &.#'

,) 1$.#'

.) 1/.#'

Answer: ,

9esponse: "&85.=& : "5$ RP1 A 1B11 S 9)

1/

Q B 9T S 1($$$ B 11 S 9)

1/

C 9 :

5.55'C YT? : 5.55' D / : 1$.#'

T<I? eystroes7 5$ >?T( 1/ @( 1$$$ ;<( A&85.=& ><( +>T %BY : 5.55 D / :

YT? : 1$.#'

3#. The maeAbelieve bonds of ;aceboo carry a 1/' annual coupon( have a

"1($$$ face value( and mature in 5 years. Bonds of e0uivalent ris yield #'.

6hat is the maret value of ;aceboo bonds7

A) "1($11./$

B) "1($&8./5

+) "1($#5.==

,) "1(11=.=#

.) "1(1=$./5

Answer: ,

9esponse: price : "1/$ P11 A 1B1.$#

5

) B .$#Q S 1($$$ B 1.$#

5

: "1(11=.=#

1$$$ ;<( 1/$ >?T( 5 @( # %BY( +>T >< : A1(11=.=#

5$. %f the following bonds are identical eDcept for coupon( what is the price of

bond B7

A) " #55.5&

B) " #85.31

+) "1($38.&=

,) "1(15$.$$

.) "1(/8#.58

Answer: A

9esponse:

Bond A: "1(15$ : "5$ RP1 A 1B11 S 9)

5$

QB 9T S 1($$$ B 11 S 9)

5$

C 9 : 5./8'C

Bond B: price : "5$ P11 A 1B1.$5/8

5$

) B .$5/8Q S 1($$$ B 1.$5/8

5$

: "#55.5&

;irst( compute the YT? for bond A( thusly:

1$$$ ;<( /5D/:@( 5$ >?T( A1(15$ ><( +>T %BY : YT? : 5./8. Then compute

>< of bond B:

1$$$ ;<( 5$ >?T( /5D/: @( 5./8 %BY( +>T >< : A#55.5&

51. %f corporate bond yields are at &.5' and you are in the 35' federal marginal

income taD bracet( at what level of municipal bond yields would you be

indi!erent between owning corporate bonds or muni bonds7 %gnore the

impact of state and local taDes.

A) 5.#5'

B) 5.55'

+) 5.$3'

,) 5.=8'

.) 5.11'

Answer: B

9esponse: &.511 A .35) : 5.55'

CHAPTER 6 QUESTIONS END HERE.

CHAPTER 7 QUESTIONS BEGIN HERE

1. The stoc valuation model that determines the current stoc price as the neDt

dividend divided by the 1discount rate less the dividend growth rate) is called

the:

A) Uero growth model.

B) ,ividend growth model.

+) +apital Asset >ricing ?odel.

,) .arnings capitali4ation model.

Answer: B

/. A stoc-s neDt eDpected dividend divided by the current stoc price is the:

A) +urrent yield.

B) Total yield.

+) ,ividend yield.

,) +apital gains yield.

.) .arnings yield.

Answer: +

3. The rate at which the stoc price is eDpected to appreciate 1or depreciate) is

the:

A) +urrent yield.

B) Total yield.

+) ,ividend yield.

,) +apital gains yield.

.) .arnings yield.

Answer: ,

5. >ayments made by a corporation to its shareholders( in the form of either

cash( stoc( or payments in ind( are called:

A) 9etained earnings.

B) @et income.

+) ,ividends.

,) 9edistributions.

.) %nfused e0uity.

Answer: +

5. The maret in which new securities are originally sold to investors is the

22222222 maret.

A) dealer

B) auction

+) overAtheAcounter 1IT+)

,) secondary

.) primary

Answer: .

=. The maret in which previously issued securities are traded among investors

is the:

A) ,ealer maret.

B) Auction maret.

+) IverAtheAcounter 1IT+) maret.

,) *econdary maret.

.) >rimary maret.

Answer: ,

8. +ommon stoc valuation re0uires( among other things( information regarding

the:

%. .Dpected dividend growth rate.

%%. +urrent dividend payment.

%%%. >ar value of the common stoc.

A) % only

B) % and %% only

+) % and %%% only

,) %% and %%% only

.) %( %%( and %%%

Answer: B

&. As illustrated using the dividend growth model( the total return on a share of

common stoc is comprised of a 22222222222.

A) capital gains yield and a dividend growth rate

B) capital gains growth rate and a dividend growth rate

+) dividend payout ratio and a re0uired rate of return

,) dividend yield and the present dividend

.) dividend yield and a capital gains yield

Answer: .

#. 6hich of the following items would usually appear for a stoc 0uote in The

Wall Street Journal7

A) +apital gains rate

B) ,ividend yield

+) @umber of shares outstanding

,) >ar value of the stoc

.) ,ividend growth rate

Answer: B

1$. %f dividends on a common stoc are eDpected to grow at a constant rate

forever( and if you are told the most recent dividend paid( the dividend

growth rate( and the appropriate discount rate today( you can calculate

22222222222.

%. the price of the stoc today

%%. the dividend that is eDpected to be paid ten years from now

%%%. the appropriate discount rate ten years from now

A) % only

B) % and %% only

+) % and %%% only

,) %% and %%% only

.) %( %%( and %%%

Answer: B

11. 6hich of the following statements regarding dividend yields is true7

A) %t measures how much the stoc-s price will increase in a year.

B) %t incorporates the par value of the stoc into the calculation.

+) %t is analogous to the current yield for a bond.

,) %t is always greater than the stoc-s capital gains yield.

.) %t measures the total annual return an investor can eDpect to earn by

owning the stoc.

Answer: +

1/. 6hich of the following is 1are) true7

%. The dividend yield on a stoc is the annual dividend divided by the par

value.

%%. 6hen the constant dividend growth model holds( g : capital gains yield.

%%%. The total return on a share of stoc : dividend yield S capital gains yield.

A) % only

B) %% only

+) % and %% only

,) %% and %%% only

.) %( %%( and %%%

Answer: ,

13. %f some shareholders have greater voting power than others( it must be that:

A) The company has both preferred stoc and common stoc outstanding.

B) The company has outstanding debentures.

+) The company is located outside the Nnited *tates in a taDAhaven locale.

,) The company has multiple classes of common stoc.

.) The company is in banruptcy proceedings.

Answer: ,

15. 6hat would you pay for a share of AB+ +orporation stoc today if the neDt

dividend will be "3 per share( your re0uired return on e0uity investments is

15'( and the stoc is eDpected to be worth "#$ one year from now7

A) "8&./=

B) "&$.&8

+) "&/.5=

,) "#$.$$

.) "#&.1/

Answer: B

9esponse: >$ : "3 B 1.15 S #$ B 1.15 : "&$.&8

15. The dividend on *imple ?otors common stoc will be "3 in 1 year( "5./5 in /

years( and "=.$$ in 3 years. You can sell the stoc for "1$$ in 3 years. %f you

re0uire a 1/' return on your investment( how much would you be willing to

pay for a share of this stoc today7

A) "85.55

B) "88./5

+) "&1.5/

,) "&5.==

.) "#1.3$

Answer: +

9esponse: >$ : "3.$$ B 1.1/ S 5./5 B 1.1// S 1$= B 1.1/3 : "&1.5/

1=. A stoc that pays a constant dividend of "1.5$ forever currently sells for

"1$.81. 6hat is the re0uired rate of return7

A) 1$'

B) 1/'

+) 13'

,) 15'

.) 15'

Answer: ,

9esponse: "1$.81 : "1.5$ B 9C 9 : 15'

18. AB+ +ompany-s preferred stoc is selling for "3$ a share. %f the re0uired

return is &'( what will the dividend be two years from now7

A) "/.$$

B) "/./$

+) "/.5$

,) "/.&$

.) "3./5

Answer: +

9esponse: "3$ : , B .$&C , : "/.5$

1&. 6hat would you pay today for a stoc that is eDpected to mae a "/ dividend

in one year if the eDpected dividend growth rate is 5' and you re0uire a 1/'

return on your investment7

A) "/&.58

B) "/#.33

+) "31.53

,) "53.15

.) "55.3$

Answer: A

9esponse: >$ : "/ B 1.1/ A .$5) : "/&.58

1#. The stoc of ?TY Folf 6orld currently sells for "#$ per share. The Grm has a

constant dividend growth rate of =' and Must paid a dividend of "5.$#. %f the

re0uired rate of return is 1/'( what will the stoc sell for one year from now7

A) " #$.$$

B) " #3.5/

+) " #5.5$

,) " ##.&$

.) "11/.8&

Answer: +

9esponse: >

1

: >$11 S g) : "#$ 11.$=) : "#5.5$

/$. Vlano-s stoc is currently selling for "5$.$$. The eDpected dividend one year

from now is "/ and the re0uired return is 13'. 6hat is this Grm-s dividend

growth rate assuming the constant dividend growth model is appropriate7

A) &'

B) #'

+) 1$'

,) 11'

Answer: A

9esponse: g : .13 A 1"/ B 5$) : &'

/1. The current price of WYU stoc is "&$.$$. ,ividends are eDpected to grow at

5' indeGnitely and the most recent dividend was "/.85. 6hat is the re0uired

rate of return on WYU stoc7

A) 8.3'

B) &.8'

+) #.5'

,) 1$.='

.) 11./'

Answer: B

9esponse: 9 : 1"/.&# B &$) S .$5 : &.8'

//. AB+ +orporation-s common stoc dividend yield is 3.=1'( it Must paid a

dividend of "/.85( and is eDpected to pay a dividend of "/.&# one year from now.

,ividends are eDpected to grow at a constant rate indeGnitely. 6hat is the re0uired

rate of return on AB+ stoc7

A) 8.3'

B) &.8'

+) #.5'

,) 1$.='

.) 11./'

Answer: B

9esponse: 1"/.&# A /.85) B /.85 : .$51C 9 : .$3= S .$51 : &.8'

/3. %f Big Amp( %nc. stoc closed at "3= and the current 0uarterly dividend is

"$.85 per share( what dividend yield would be reported for the stoc in The

Wall Street Journal7

A) /.$'

B) 3.='

+) 5.8'

,) =.='

.) &.3'

Answer: .

9esponse: ,Y : 1"$.85 D 5) B 3= : &.3'

/5. *uppose @oFro( %nc. has Must issued a dividend of "3./5 per share.

*ubse0uent dividends will remain at "3./5 indeGnitely. 9eturns on the stoc

of Grms lie @oFro are currently running 1$'. 6hat is the value of one share

of stoc7

A) "//.5$

B) "/8./5

+) "3/.5$

,) "38./5

.) "3#.85

Answer: +

9esponse: >

$

: "3./5 B .1$ : "3/.5$

/5. *uppose >ale Xose( %nc. has Must paid a dividend of "1.&$ per share. *ales and

proGts for >ale Xose are eDpected to grow at a rate of &' per year. %ts

dividend is eDpected to grow by the same amount. %f the re0uired return is

15'( what is the value of a share of >ale Xose7

A) "1&.$$

B) "/5./$

+) "/8.&$

,) "3$.=$

.) "3/.5$

Answer: .

9esponse: >

$

: P"1.&$11.$&)Q B 1.15 A .$&) : "3/.5$

/=. *uppose that you have Must purchased a share of stoc for "5$. The most

recent dividend was "/ and dividends are eDpected to grow at a rate of 8'

indeGnitely. 6hat must your re0uired return be on the stoc7

A) 5.55'

B) 8.$$'

+) 1$./5'

,) 1/.35'

.) 13.=5'

Answer: ,

9esponse: 9 : P"/11.$8)Q B 5$ S A .$8 : 1/.35'

/8. The preferred stoc of the Vimbaugh %nstitute pays a constant annual

dividend of "5 and sells for "5$. You believe the stoc will sell for "3/ in one

year. You must( therefore( believe that the re0uired return on the stoc will be

22222 percentage points 22222222 in one year.

A) &C higher

B) &C lower

+) 1.5C higher

,) /.5C lower

.) 5.5C higher

Answer: .

9esponse: current: "5$ : "5 B 9C 9 : &'C future: "3/ : "5 B 9C 9 :

1/.5

/&. A Grm-s stoc has a re0uired return of 1/'. The stoc-s dividend yield is 5'.

6hat is the dividend the Grm is eDpected to pay in one year if the current

stoc price is "5$7

A) "/.$$

B) "/.5$

+) "3.$$

,) "3.5$

.) "5.$$

Answer: B

9esponse: ,

1

: "5$ 1.$5) : "/.5$

/#. A Grm-s stoc has a re0uired return of 1/'. The stoc-s dividend yield is 5'.

6hat dividend did the Grm Must pay if the current stoc price is "5$7

A) "/.1&

B) "/.35

+) "/.5$

,) "/.&8

.) "3.=$

Answer: B

Nse the following to answer 0uestions 3$A3=:

3$. ,ue stoc must have closed at 22222222222 per share on the previous trading

day.

A) "/#.=5

B) "3$.8=

+) "3$.##

,) "31.55

.) "3/.11

Answer: B

9esponse: 3$.8= A $.5= : 3$./$

31. ;or the current year( the eDpected dividend per share is:

A) "$./5

B) "1.$$

+) "/.$$

,) "3.3$

.) "5.$$

Answer: B

,oing the algebra7 .Dpected ,>* : Yld D +lose : .$33 D 3$./$ : 1

3/. Assume the eDpected growth rate in dividends is 1$'. Then the constant

growth model suggests that the re0uired return on ,ue stoc is:

A) 8.5'

B) &.#'

+) 11.$'

,) 13.='

.) 15.&'

Answer: ,

9esponse: 9 : P1"1.$$ D 1.1$) B 3$./$Q S .1$ : 13.='

33. Based on the 0uote( a good estimate of .>* over the last four 0uarters is:

A) "$.&$

B) "1./1

+) "1.=&

,) "1.#1

.) "/.55

Answer: +

9esponse: .>* : "3$./$ B 1& : "1.=&

35. In this trading day( the number of ,ue shares which changed hands was:

A) /$#

B) /($#/

+) /$(#/5

,) /$#(/5$

.) /($#/(5$$

Answer: .

The algebra7 Xow about /$(#/5 D 1$$ : /($#/(5$$

35. Assume that ,ue paid a "$.#/ annual dividend in the previous period. 6hat

is the dividend growth rate based on this 0uote7

A) 5.&'

B) =.$'

+) 8./'

,) &.8'

.) #.#'

Answer: , : 9esponse: g : 1"1.$$ B $.#/) A 1 : &.8'

3=. You believe that the re0uired return on ,ue stoc is 1=' and that the

eDpected dividend growth rate is 1/'( which is eDpected to remain constant

for the foreseeable future. %s the stoc currently overvalued( undervalued( or

fairly priced7

A) Ivervalued

B) Nndervalued

+) ;airly priced

,) +annot tell without more information

Answer: A

9esponse: >

$

: P"1.$$ 11.1/) Q B 1.1= A .1/) : "/&.$$C overvalued at "3$./$ in

the maret

CHAPTER 7 QUESTIONS END HERE

CHAPTER 8 QUESTIONS BEGIN HERE

1. The di!erence between the maret value of an investment and its cost is the:

A) @et present value.

B) %nternal rate of return.

+) >aybac period.

,) >roGtability indeD.

.) ,iscounted paybac period.

Answer: A

/. The net present value 1@><) rule can be best stated as:

A) An investment should be accepted if( and only if( the @>< is eDactly e0ual

to 4ero.

B) An investment should be reMected if the @>< is positive and accepted if it

is negative.

+) An investment should be accepted if the @>< is positive and reMected if its

is negative.

,) An investment with greater cash in3ows than cash out3ows( regardless of

when the cash 3ows occur( will always have a positive @>< and therefore

should always be accepted.

Answer: +

3. The length of time re0uired for an investment to generate cash 3ows

suYcient to recover its initial cost is the:

A) @et present value.

B) %nternal rate of return.

+) >aybac period.

,) >roGtability indeD.

.) ,iscounted paybac period.

Answer: +

5. The paybac rule can be best stated as:

A) An investment is acceptable if its calculated paybac period is less than

some prespeciGed number of years.

B) An investment should be accepted if the paybac is positive and reMected

if it is negative.

+) An investment should be reMected if the paybac is positive and accepted

if it is negative.

,) An investment is acceptable if its calculated paybac period is greater

than some prespeciGed number of years.

Answer: A

5. The discount rate that maes the net present value of an investment eDactly

e0ual to 4ero is the:

A) >aybac period.

B) %nternal rate of return.

+) Average accounting return.

,) >roGtability indeD.

.) ,iscounted paybac period.

Answer: B

=. The internal rate of return 1%99) rule can be best stated as:

A) An investment is acceptable if its %99 is eDactly e0ual to its net present

value 1@><).

B) An investment is acceptable if its %99 is eDactly e0ual to 4ero.

+) An investment is acceptable if its %99 is less than the re0uired return( else

it should be reMected.

,) An investment is acceptable if its %99 eDceeds the re0uired return( else it

should be reMected.

Answer: ,

8. A situation in which taing one investment prevents the taing of another is

called:

A) @et present value proGling.

B) Iperational ambiguity.

+) ?utually eDclusive investment decisions.

,) %ssues of scale.

.) ?ultiple rates of return.

Answer: +

&. The present value of an investment-s future cash 3ows divided by its intial

cost is the:

A) @et present value.

B) %nternal rate of return.

+) Average accounting return.

,) >roGtability indeD.

.) >aybac period.

Answer: ,

#. The proGtability indeD 1>%) rule can be best stated as:

A) An investment is acceptable if its >% is greater than one.

B) An investment is acceptable if its >% is less than one.

+) An investment is acceptable if its >% is greater than the internal rate of

return 1%99).

,) An investment is acceptable if its >% is less than the net present value

1$. 6hich of the following statements is true7

A) @>< should never be used if the proMect under consideration has

nonconventional cash 3ows.

B) @>< is similar to a costBbeneGt ratio.

+) %f the Gnancial manager relies on @>< in maing capital budgeting

decisions( she acts in the shareholders- best interests.

,) @>< can normally be directly observed in the maretplace.

.) %99 is generally preferred to @>< in maing correct capital budgeting

acceptance decisions.

Answer: +

11. @et present value 2222222222222.

A) is e0ual to the initial investment in a proMect

B) is e0ual to the present value of the proMect beneGts

+) is e0ual to 4ero when the discount rate used is e0ual to the %99

,) is simpliGed by the fact that future cash 3ows are easy to estimate

.) re0uires the Grm set an arbitrary cuto! point for determining whether an

investment is acceptable

Answer: +

1/. The 2222222 decision rule is considered the ZbestZ in principle.

A) internal rate of return

B) paybac period

+) average accounting return

,) net present value

.) proGtability indeD

Answer: ,

13. 6hich of the following decision rules is best for evaluating proMects for which

cash 3ows beyond a speciGed point in time( and the time value of money( can

both be ignored7

A) >aybac

B) @et present value

+) Average accounting return

,) >roGtability indeD

.) %nternal rate of return

Answer: A

15. An investment generates "1.1$ in present value beneGts for each dollar of

invested costs. This conclusion was most liely reached by calculating the

proMect-s:

A) @et present value

B) >roGtability indeD

+) %nternal rate of return

,) >aybac period

.) Average accounting return

Answer: B

15. The use of which of the following would lead to correct decisions when

comparing mutually eDclusive investments7

%. >roGtability indeD

%%. @et present value

%%%. Average accounting return

A) % only

B) %% only

+) %%% only

,) % and %% only

.) % and %%% only

Answer: B

1=. You own some manufacturing e0uipment that must be replaced. Two di!erent

suppliers present a purchase and installation plan for your consideration. This

is an eDample of a business decision involving 2222222222222 proMects.

A) mutually eDclusive

B) independent

+) woring capital

,) positive @><

.) crossover

Answer: A

18. %f a proMect with conventional cash 3ows has an %99 less than the re0uired

return( then:

A) The proGtability indeD is less than one.

B) The %99 must be 4ero.

+) The AA9 is greater than the re0uired return.

,) The paybac period is less than the maDimum acceptable period.

.) The @>< is positive.

Answer: A

1&. +alculate the @>< of the following proMect using a discount rate of 1$':

Yr $ : ["&$$C Yr 1 : ["&$C Yr / : "1$$C Yr 3 : "3$$C Yr 5 : "5$$C Yr 5 :

"5$$

A) " &.$5

B) " &8./&

+) "/$&.$5

,) "55#.18

.) "&&8./&

Answer: B

9esponse: @>< : A"&$$ A &$ B 1.1 S 1$$ B 1.1

/

S 3$$ B 1.1

3

S 5$$ B 1.1

5

S

5$$ B 1.1

5

: "&8./&

Nsing your cash3ow eys7 +;$: A&$$( +I1 : A&$( ;I1:1( +I/ : 1$$(

;I/:1( +I3 : 3$$( ;I3:1( +I5 : 5$$( ;I5:/. Then hit the @>< ey( type in

1$ for J%(K hit the down arrow to get you bac to the @>< display( and hit +>T

and you get &8./&.

1#. You are considering a proMect that costs "=$$ and has eDpected cash

3ows of "//5( "/5$.&& and "/&$.## over the neDt three years. %f the appropriate

discount rate for the proMect-s cash 3ows is 1/'( what is the net present value of

this proMect7

A) The @>< is negative

B) " $.$$

+) " #.35

,) "5#.35

.) "&5.85

Answer: B

+;I : A=$$( +I1://5( +I/:/5$.&&( +I3:/&$.##. All the ;I\s are e0ual to

one( with each cash 3ow occurring once. After entering all the +ash3ows 1the

+I1\s( /\s and 3\s)( hit the @>< ey( set % e0ual to 1/( hit the down arrow to

get bac to @><( hit +>T and you get about 4ero( or B.

/$. A proMect costs "3$$ and has cash 3ows of "85 for the Grst three years and

"5$ in each of the proMect-s last three years. 6hat is the paybac period of

the proMect7

A) The proMect never pays bac

B) 3.85 years

+) 5.5$ years

,) 5./5 years

.) 5.5$ years

Answer: +

9esponse: recover "/85 in 5 years( need "/5 B 5$ : 5.5$ years

/1. *uppose a proMect costs "/(5$$ and produces cash 3ows of "5$$ over each of

the following & years. 6hat is the %99 of the proMect7

A) There is not enough informationC a discount rate is re0uired

B) 3./8'

+) 5.&5'

,) #.=1'

.) 1/.$='

Answer: +

9esponse: "/(5$$ : "5$$ RP1 A 1B11 S %99)

&

Q B %99TC %99 : 5.&5'

A/(5$$ ><( 5$$ >?T( & @( +>T %BY : 5.&5'

Ir you could use your +; eys ] but with e0ually si4ed cash3ows( the T<I?

eys are easier.

//. A proMect has an initial investment of "/5($$$( with "=(5$$ annual in3ows for

each of the subse0uent 5 years. %f the re0uired return is 1/'( what is the

@><7

A) ["=(5$$.$$

B) ["/(558.$/

+) ["1(5=&.#5

,) " /15.5=

.) "1(8=3.&1

Answer: +

9esponse: @>< : A"/5($$$ S =(5$$ P11 A 1B1.1/

5

) B .1/Q : A"1(5=&.#5

=(5$$ >?T( 5 @( 1/ %BY( +>T >< : /3(531 the present value of your in3ows.

Your @>< : ><1%n3ows) [ >< 1out3ows) : /3(531 [ /5($$$ or a negative

1(5=#.

/3. 6hat is the @>< of the following set of cash 3ows if the re0uired return

is 15'7

A) The @>< is negative

B) " 5$&./8

+) " #5$.55

,) "1(/58.#$

.) "5(=5=.1/

Answer: B

+;$ : A1$$$$

+I1 : A1$$$

;I1 : 1

+I/ : 1$$$$

;I/ : /

+I3 : A5$$$

% : 15

@>< : 5$&./8

/5. 6ould you accept a proMect which is eDpected to pay "/(5$$ a year for =

years if the initial investment is "1$($$$ and your re0uired return is &'7

A) YesC the @>< is "1(558

B) YesC the @>< is "#/&

+) YesC the @>< is "=3

,) @oC the @>< is ["35=

.) @oC the @>< is ["1(//1

Answer: A

9esponse: @>< : S /(5$$P11 A 1B1.$&

=

) B .$&Q : "1(558./$

/(5$$ >?T( = @( & %BY( +>T >< : 11(558( which is greater than the "1$($$$

cost by "1(558( so you ,I TX%* ,.AV^^ You accept.

/5. 6hat is the paybac period of a "15($$$ investment with the following cash

3ows7

A) /.85 years

B) 3.5$ years

+) 3.85 years

,) 5.5$ years

.) 5.85 years

Answer: B

9esponse: recover "1/($$$ in 3 years( need "3($$$ B =($$$ : 3.5$ years

/=. You are considering an investment which has the following cash 3ows. %f you

re0uire a 5 year paybac period( should you tae the investment7

A) Yes( the paybac is 3.$$$ years.

B) Yes( the paybac is 3.85 years.

+) Yes( the paybac is 5./5 years.

,) @o( the paybac is 5./5 years.

.) @o( the paybac is 5.85 years.

Answer: +

9esponse: recover "/8(5$$ in 5 years( need "/(5$$ B 1$($$$ : 5./5 years

/8. Your re0uired return is 15'. *hould you accept a proMect with the following

cash 3ows7

A) @o( because the %99 is 5'.

B) @o( because the %99 is 1$'.

+) Yes( because the %99 is /$'.

,) Yes( because the %99 is 3$'.

.) Yes( because the %99 is 5$'.

Answer: ,

9esponse: "/5 : "1$ B 11 S %99) S 1$ B 11 S %99)

/

S /5 B 11 S %99)

3C

%99 :

3$'

+;$:A/5( +I1:1$( ;I1:/( +I/:/5( ;I/:1( %99( +>T( %99 : /#.#8' or

about 3$'

/&. You are going to choose between two investments. Both cost "5$($$$( but

investment A pays "/5($$$ a year for 3 years while investment B pays

"/$($$$ a year for 5 years. %f your re0uired return is 1/'( which should you

choose7

A) A because it pays bac sooner.

B) A because its %99 eDceeds 1/'.

+) A because it has a higher %99.

,) B because its %99 eDceeds 1/'.

.) B because it has a higher @><.

Answer: .

9esponse:

A: @>< : S /5($$$ P11 A 1B1.1/

3

) B .1/Q : "1$($5=

B: @>< : S /$($$$ P11 A 1B1.1/

5

) B .1/Q : "1$(858

/#. Nsing the proGtability indeD( which of the following proMects would you choose

if you have limited funds7

>roMect %nitial %nvestment @><

1 "5$($$$ "1$($$$

/ 85($$$ /5($$$

3 =$($$$ 15($$$

5 5$($$$ 18($$$

5 #$($$$ 5$($$$

A) >roMect 1

B) >roMect /

+) >roMect 3

,) >roMect 5

.) >roMect 5

Answer: .

9esponse:

>roMect 1: >% : "=$($$$ B 5$($$$ : 1./$$C >roMect /: >% : "1$$($$$ B 85($$$ :

1.333

>roMect 3: >% : "85($$$ B =$($$$ : 1./5$C >roMect 5: >% : "58($$$ B 5$($$$ :

1.5/5

>roMect 5: >% : "13$($$$ B #$($$$ : 1.555

3$. You have a choice between / mutually eDclusive investments. %f you

re0uire a 15' return( which investment should you choose7

A) >roMect A( because it has a smaller initial investment.

B) >roMect B( because it has a higher @><.

+) .ither one( because they have the same proGtability indeDes.

,) >roMect A( because it has the higher internal rate of return.

.) >roMect B( because it pays bac faster.

Answer: B

9esponse:

A: @>< : S /$($$$ B 1.15 S 5$($$$ B 1.15

/

S &$($$$ B 1.15

3

: "/3&

B: @>< : S 85($$$ B 1.15 S 55($$$ B 1.15

/

S 5$($$$ B 1.15

3

: "555

31. ;or a proMect with an initial investment of "&($$$ and cash in3ows of "/($$$

each year for = years( calculate @>< given a re0uired return of 13'.

A) ["&5=

B) ["/=3

+) " $

,) "15#

.) "55/

Answer: +

9esponse: @>< : A"&($$$ S /($$$ P11 A 1B1.13

=

) B .13Q : "$ 1actual A"5.#$)

Nse your T<I? eys with e0uallyAsi4ed cash 3ows.

Thusly: /$$$ >?T( = @( 13 %BY( +>T >< : 8(##5( which is less than &($$$( so

your @>< would be about a negative Gve bucs( as with the algebra above.

3/. 6hat is the %99 of an investment that costs "1&(5$$ and pays "5(/5$ a year

for 5 years7

A) 13'

B) 15'

+) 1#'

,) /5'

.) /&'

Answer: A

9esponse: "1&(5$$ : "5(/5$ RP1 A 1B11 S %99)

5

Q B %99TC %99 : 1/.#/'

Hust use your T<I? eys with e0ual cash 3ows to calculate %99. Thusly:

A1&(5$$ ><( 5(/5$ >?T( 5 @( +>T %BY : %99 with e0uallyAsi4ed cashA3ows or

1/.#/'

33. 6hat is the proGtability indeD of the following investment if the re0uired

return : 1$'7

A) $.#5

B) 1.$#

+) 1.1&

,) 1./8

.) 1.55

Answer: B

9esponse: >< : "5$ B 1.1 S 85 B 1.1/ S 85 B 1.1

3

: "1=3.8#C >% : "1=3.8# B

15$ : 1.$#

35. 6hat is the paybac period for the following investment7

A) 5 years

B) 3 years

+) / years

,) 1 year

.) The investment doesn-t paybac

Answer: .

9esponse: recover "1$($$$ S &($$$ S 5($$$ S /($$$ : "/5($$$C never pays

bac

"se the followin# to answer questions 35$38%

Bill plans to open a doAitAyourself dog bathing center in a storefront. The bathing

e0uipment will cost "5$($$$. Bill eDpects the afterAtaD cash in3ows to be "15($$$

annually for & years( after which he plans to scrap the e0uipment and retire to the

beaches of Hamaica.

35. 6hat is the proMect-s paybac period7

A) /.=8 years

B) 3.33 years

+) 3.=8 years

,) 5.33 years

.) 5.=8 years

Answer: B

9esponse: paybac : "5$($$$ B 15($$$ : 3.33 years

3=. Assume the re0uired return is 1$'. 6hat is the proMect-s @><7

A) " &&8

B) "13(3//

+) "//(85#

,) "3$($/5

.) "55($$1

Answer: ,

9esponse: @>< : S 15($$$ P11 A 1B1.1$

&

) B .1$Q : "3$($/3.&#

Nse the +; eys for practice: +;$:A5$($$$( +I1:15($$$( ;I1:&( @><( %:1$(

@>< : 3$($/5

>ractice these 0uestions using our BA %% >lus review sheet problems 1&A//.

38. Assume the re0uired return is /$'. 6hat is the proMect-s %997 *hould it be

accepted7

A) 15'C yes

B) 15'C no

+) /5'C yes

,) /5'C no

.) /$'C indi!erent

Answer: +

9esponse: "5$($$$ : "15($$$ RP1 A 1B11 S %99)

&

Q B %99TC %99 : /5.#5' _

/$'C accept

A5$($$$ ><( 15($$$ >?T( & @( +>T %BY : %99 : /5.#5'

3&. Assume the re0uired return is /$'. 6hat is the proMect-s >%7 *hould it be

accepted7

A) $.&5C yes

B) $.&5C no

+) 1.$$C indi!erent

,) 1.15C yes

.) 1.15C no

Answer: ,

9esponse:

>< of in3ows : "15($$$ P11 A 1B1./

&

) B ./Q : "58(558C >% : "58(558 B 5$($$$ :

1.15C accept

At a discount rate of /$'( the >< of the in3ows e0uals the @>< of 8(558 plus

the cost of 5$($$$ or 58(558. 19ecall the ><1%n3ows) : @>< S ><1Iut3ows))

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