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# Solved Examples on Investment Applications

Formulas Used: Mathematics of Finance
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NOTE: Unless instructed otherwise;
For all financial calculations, do not round until the final answer.
Do not round intermediate calculations. If it is too long, write it to "at least" $5$ decimal places.
Round your final answer to $2$ decimal places.
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For NSC Students
For the Questions:
Any space included in a number indicates a comma used to separate digits...separating multiples of three digits from behind.
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(1.) Company A has 2 million shares outstanding and a share price of $9. Company B has 20 million shares outstanding and a share price of$8.
Company C has 400,000 shares outstanding and a share price of $90. Which company has the greatest market capitalization? A. Company B has the greatest market capitalization. Company B has a higher number of outstanding shares and a lower share price than the other two companies. B. Company A has the greatest market capitalization. The ratio of outstanding share to share price is the greatest for company A. C. Company C has the greatest market capitalization. The ratio of outstanding share to share price is the greatest for company C. D. Company B has the greatest market capitalization. Company B's outstanding shares and share price are in the middle range. It's safer to choose a moderate number of shares and a moderate share price, rather than go to an extreme. E. Company C has the greatest market capitalization. Company C has a lower number of outstanding shares and a higher share price compared to the other two companies. F. Company A has the greatest market capitalization. Company A has a realistic amount of outstanding shares and a low share price compared to the other two companies. Market capitalization = Total Number of Outstanding Shares * Current Share Price$ \underline{Company\;A} \\[3ex] Market\;\;cap = 2000000 * 9 \\[3ex] = \$18,000,000 \\[3ex] \underline{Company\;B} \\[3ex] Market\;\;cap = 20000000 * 8 \\[3ex] = \$160,000,000 \\[3ex] \underline{Company\;C} \\[3ex] Market\;\;cap = 400000 * 90 \\[3ex] = \$36,000,000 \\[3ex]$ Company B has the greatest market capitalization.
It has a higher number of outstanding shares and a lower share price than the other two companies.
(2.) What is the price you pay for a bond with a face value of $8000 selling at 106 points? A. It is$8630.
Divide the face value by 106 points.

B. It is $8480. Divide the face value by 106 points. C. It is$8310.
Divide the face value by 106 points.

D. It is $8480. Multiply the face value by 106%. E. It is$8630.
Multiply the face value by 106%.

D. It is $8310. Multiply the face value by 106%. D. It is$8480.
Multiply the face value by 106%.
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