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##### Time and money value concept

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Question 1 2 pts When we say why we say "money has time value," we mean;When we say why we say "money has time value," we mean;It takes time to make money;Time is money;Money to be received or paid at one time is not of the same value as money to be received or paid at another time;A dollar to be paid today is worth less than a dollar to be paid next week;Flag this Question;Question 2 2 pts It is important for managers to be familiar with time value of money concepts because;It is important for managers to be familiar with time value of money concepts because;You need them to measure the value of future cash flows;It is illegal to manage a firm without them;Time value of money concepts affect how much managers are paid;They must be considered when making managerial decisions;Flag this Question;Question 3 2 pts Skip to question text.;In a rare moment of generosity, you give your nephew $100 on his first birthday. Your nephew?s mother, however, knew about the time value of money, so she invested the gift in a 20-year 7% CD. (At maturity the CD pays back the principal plus accumulated interest at 7% a year.) If your nephew cashes in the CD at maturity, how much will he receive?;$107;$358;$387;$2,140;Flag this Question;Question 4 2 pts You deposit $2,000 in a savings account that pays 10 percent interest, compounded annually. How much will your account be worth in 15 years?;You deposit $2,000 in a savings account that pays 10 percent interest, compounded annually. How much will your account be worth in 15 years?;$2,030.21;$5,000.00;$8,091.12;$8,354.50;$9,020.10;Flag this Question;Question 5 2 pts You can earn 8 percent interest, compounded annually. How much must you deposit today to withdraw $10,000 in 6 years?;You can earn 8 percent interest, compounded annually. How much must you deposit today to withdraw $10,000 in 6 years?;$5,402.69;$6,301.70;$6,756.76;$8,432.10;$9,259.26;Flag this Question;Question 6 2 pts From a financial point of view, which is the best choice: to receive $10,000 now, or a note that promises $15,000 five years from now? Five year interest rates are 8%.;From a financial point of view, which is the best choice: to receive $10,000 now, or a note that promises $15,000 five years from now? Five year interest rates are 8%.;$10,000 now;$15,000 five years from now;Flag this Question;Question 7 2 pts Examining your finances, you decide that you can afford to invest $1,200 each year toward your retirement fund. If you invest the money at the end of each year at 9% interest, and you retire in 20 years, how much will be in your fund at that time?;Examining your finances, you decide that you can afford to invest $1,200 each year toward your retirement fund. If you invest the money at the end of each year at 9% interest, and you retire in 20 years, how much will be in your fund at that time?;$6,725;$10,954;$24,000;$61,392;Flag this Question;Question 8 2 pts Skip to question text.;You are in charge of a new Missouri State Lottery. The lottery rules say that winners are to be paid $10 million in the form of 10 annual payments of $1 million each. Assuming that the interest rate is 10% and the payments are to be made at the end of each of the next 10 years, how much money does your lottery organization have to deposit in an account today in order to make the required payments to a lottery winner?;$10,000,000;$3,855,433;$6,144,567;$9,090,909;Flag this Question;Question 9 2 pts Skip to question text.;In November 2007 you bought 100 shares of Microsoft stock for $35.375 a share. In November 2009 you sold your stock for $92.5625 a share. What was your average annual rate of return on your Microsoft investment? (disregard dividends and commissions);262%;62%;585%;1.6%;Flag this Question;Question 10 2 pts Skip to question text.;You may have heard of zero coupon bonds (zero-coupon bonds pay their owners $1,000 at maturity and involve no other cash flows other than the purchase price). If you bought a zero coupon bond for $300, held the bond for 10 years, and then cashed it in for $1,000 at the end of the 10th year, what average annual rate of return would you realize on your investment?;30%;233%;113%;1.28%;12.79%;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Other Requirements: this is a timed quiz, looking for assistance

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