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Powered by Question2AnswerCarson needs to purchase \(5.6\) meters of tape for a project. If each roll of tape contains \(80 \mathrm{~cm}\) and costs \(\$ 5\), what is the total cost of the tape that Carson must buy?
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Carson needs to purchase \(5.6\) meters of tape for a project. If each roll of tape contains \(80 \mathrm{~cm}\) and costs \(\$ 5\), what is the total cost of the tape that Carson must buy?Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/46751/carson-purchase-meters-project-contains-mathrm-total-carsonTue, 29 Nov 2022 10:31:43 +0000A call with a strike of \(K=50\), costs \(C=\$ 2\) and a put also with \(K=50\), costs \(P=\$ 4\). What are the payoffs and profits from a short straddle?
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A call with a strike of \(K=50\), costs \(C=\$ 2\) and a put also with \(K=50\), costs \(P=\$ 4\). What are the payoffs and profits from a short straddle?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/44250/strike-costs-also-costs-payoffs-profits-from-short-straddleThu, 18 Aug 2022 05:20:12 +0000A put option with a strike \(K_{1}=35\), costs \(P_{1}=\$ 4\) and a put with a strike of \(K_{2}=40\) costs \(P_{2}=\$ 8\). How can you construct a bull spread using these puts?
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A put option with a strike \(K_{1}=35\), costs \(P_{1}=\$ 4\) and a put with a strike of \(K_{2}=40\) costs \(P_{2}=\$ 8\). How can you construct a bull spread using these puts? What are the payoffs and profits from the strategy, for different values of the stock price at maturity?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/44249/option-strike-costs-strike-costs-construct-spread-using-theseThu, 18 Aug 2022 05:19:42 +0000In the BOPM, give an intuitive interpretation of the formula for premium on a put option, on a stock, with two periods to expiration : \[ P=\frac{1}{R^{2}}\left[q^{2} P_{w u}+2 q(1-q) P_{u d}+(1-q)^{2} P_{d d}\right] \]
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In the BOPM, give an intuitive interpretation of the formula for premium on a put option, on a stock, with two periods to expiration :<br />
\[<br />
P=\frac{1}{R^{2}}\left[q^{2} P_{w u}+2 q(1-q) P_{u d}+(1-q)^{2} P_{d d}\right]<br />
\]<br />
where \(q=(R-D) /(U-D), R=1+r\) and \(r=\) risk-free rate.General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/44234/intuitive-interpretation-formula-premium-periods-expirationThu, 18 Aug 2022 05:07:58 +0000Intuitively, why does the option premium change when the stock price changes?
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Intuitively, why does the option premium change when the stock price changes?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/44224/intuitively-does-option-premium-change-stock-price-changesThu, 18 Aug 2022 05:00:57 +0000The current P/E ratio of a company is 35 times its earnings, and its five year projected growth rate is \(25 \%\). What is the company's PEG?
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The current P/E ratio of a company is 35 times its earnings, and its five year projected growth rate is \(25 \%\). What is the company's PEG?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/43614/current-ratio-company-earnings-projected-growth-companysMon, 08 Aug 2022 15:46:02 +0000A college degree is held at a premium by employers. Why is this so?
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A college degree is held at a premium by employers. Why is this so?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/42758/college-degree-is-held-at-premium-by-employers-why-is-this-soFri, 22 Jul 2022 08:00:02 +0000What is liquidity risk?
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What is liquidity risk?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/34254/what-is-liquidity-riskWed, 03 Nov 2021 08:07:11 +0000What is a risk premium?
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What is a risk premium?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/34248/what-is-a-risk-premiumWed, 03 Nov 2021 08:04:43 +0000A deposit of \(12,5 \%\) of the total accommodation cost excluding \(\mathrm{VAT}\) is required to secure the booking and the balance is payable on the day of arrangement.
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<p>A deposit of \(12,5 \%\) of the total accommodation cost excluding \(\mathrm{VAT}\) is required to secure the booking and the balance is payable on the day of arrangement.</p>
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<li>Calculate the amount that must be paid as deposit.</li>
<li>Calculate the balance amount to be paid on the day of arrival.</li>
<li>Write in words the balance amount to be paid on the arrival day</li>
</ol>Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/33164/deposit-accommodation-excluding-required-payable-arrangementMon, 27 Sep 2021 05:34:22 +0000The owner of a Great Purchase, an online stereo store, wants to advertise that he has many different sound systems in stock.
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The owner of a Great Purchase, an online stereo store, wants to advertise that he has many different sound systems in stock. The store carries 6 different Blu Ray players, 10 different receivers, and 5 different speakers. Assuming a sound system consists of one of each, how many different sound systems can he advertise?Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/32594/purchase-online-stereo-advertise-different-systems-stockSun, 05 Sep 2021 08:33:12 +0000A convertible bond has a par value of \$ 1,000, but its current market price is \$ 950. The current price of the issuing company's stock is \$ 19, and the conversion ratio is 40 shares. The bond's conversion premium is
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A convertible bond has a par value of \$ 1,000, but its current market price is \$ 950. The current price of the issuing company's stock is \$ 19, and the conversion ratio is 40 shares. The bond's conversion premium isGeneral Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/31500/convertible-current-companys-conversion-conversion-premiumTue, 10 Aug 2021 23:52:14 +0000What is the maturity premium?
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What is the maturity premium?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/29589/what-is-the-maturity-premiumThu, 10 Jun 2021 17:07:04 +0000What is the liquidity premium?
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What is the liquidity premium?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/29587/what-is-the-liquidity-premiumThu, 10 Jun 2021 17:05:13 +0000What is a default risk premium?
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What is a default risk premium?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/29585/what-is-a-default-risk-premiumThu, 10 Jun 2021 17:03:58 +0000What is the inflation premium?
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What is the inflation premium?General Knowledgehttps://mathsgee.com/29581/what-is-the-inflation-premiumThu, 10 Jun 2021 16:26:59 +0000What is the minimum premium that ABC should charge an 18-year old for 1-year car insurance policy?
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<p>Given that:</p>
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<li>ABC Insurance Company insures 1 000 18-year old drivers.</li>
<li>Assume 300 of the 1 000 have accidents within a year.</li>
<li>Assume the average repair cost for each accident is \$500.</li>
</ul>
<p>What is the minimum premium that ABC should charge an 18-year old for 1-year car insurance policy?</p>Data Science & Statisticshttps://mathsgee.com/28739/what-minimum-premium-should-charge-year-year-insurance-policyMon, 24 May 2021 11:56:18 +0000Mary wants to buy a fridge that costs $\mathrm{R} 15550 .$ She has to pay a deposit of $15 \%$ of the cost and the balance by means of a hire-purchase agreement.
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<p>Mary wants to buy a fridge that costs $\mathrm{R} 15550 .$ She has to pay a deposit of $15 \%$ of the cost and the balance by means of a hire-purchase agreement. The rate of interest on the loan is $16,25 \%$ p.a. simple interest. The repayment period of the loan is 54 months. In addition to the hire-purchase agreement, an annual insurance premium of $1,5 \%$ of the total cost of the fridge should be added. The annual insurance premium should be paid in monthly instalments.</p>
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<li>$\quad$ Calculate the value of the loan that Mary will take.</li>
<li>$\quad$ Calculate the total amount that must be repaid on the hire-purchase agreement.</li>
<li>$\quad$ Calculate the monthly repayment, which includes the monthly insurance premium.</li>
</ol>Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/28224/wants-fridge-mathrm-deposit-balance-means-purchase-agreementTue, 18 May 2021 02:32:15 +0000What will be the premium paid by a member with a spouse and children to get the benefit of R30 000?
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<p>NOTE: Benefits in the table represent money paid out in the event of death for a person 15 years and older
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Benefits for those younger than 15 years are 75% of the amounts indicated in the table.
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Premium is the amount paid monthly to be able to get the death benefit.
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1 What will be the premium paid by a member with a spouse and children to get the benefit of R30 000?
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2 Mary claims that the percentage increase for the premium paid in Option 1 to Option 4 for a member and spouse is more than 100%. Verify, with the necessary calculations, whether Mary’s statement is valid or not.
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3 Give a reason why less money is paid out for a 5-year-old than for a 15-year-old.</p>
Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/14326/what-will-premium-paid-member-with-spouse-children-benefitMon, 08 Jun 2020 05:57:17 +0000Money that a person pays to an insurance company for a policy is called a
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Money that a person pays to an insurance company for a policy is called a<br />
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A. debt.<br />
B. premium.<br />
C. deductible.<br />
D. liability.Mathematicshttps://mathsgee.com/12626/money-that-person-pays-insurance-company-for-policy-calledThu, 28 May 2020 08:52:49 +0000