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(a) George has been offered the opportunity topurchase a

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Problem 18.18

(a) George has been offered the opportunity topurchase a 9%, $10,000 bond due in 10 years.The bond dividend is paid semiannually.George expects an 8% per year, compoundedsemiannually return on his investments. Usea spreadsheet to graph the sensitivity in PWvalue if there is a 30% change in (1) facevalue, (2) dividend rate, or (3) required nominalrate of return.(b) If George purchases the $10,000 face-valuebond at a premium of 5%, and all other estimatesare correct, that is, 0% change, didhe pay too much or too little? By howmuch?

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Textbook: Engineering Economy (1)
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Author: William G. Sullivan, Elin M. Wicks, C. Patrick Koelling
ISBN: 9780133439274

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