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Betty runs a cookie shop where she sells cookies for $1 each. She employs five people, each of whom worked a total of 500 hours last year; she paid them $10 per hour. Her costs of equipment and raw materials add up to $75,000. Her business ability is legendary, and other companies have offered to pay Betty $100,000 to come to work for them. She also knows she could sell her cookie shop for $150,000. The bank in town pays an annual interest rate of 3% on all funds deposited with it. Betty is trying to decide at what point she should stop selling cookies, and she knows she cannot change the price of a cookie. She should stop selling cookies if:
her implicit costs are greater than her accounting profits.
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Answer the question on the basis of the following information for a bond having no expiration date: bond price = $1,000; bond fixed annual interest payment = $100; bond annual interest rate = 10 percent. Refer to the given information. If the price of this bond falls by $200, the interest rate will:
rise by 2.5 percentage points.
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interest on savings is calculated by multiplying the money amount times the opportunity cost times the annual interest rate
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You wish to borrow $2,000 to be repaid in 12 monthly installments of $189.12. The annual interest rate is: A) 24%. B) 8%. C) 18%. D) 12%.
Implied annual interest rate formula
[365 days / (credit period – discount period)] x cash discount rate. Example: 2/10,n/30 (2% discount if paid within 10 days) [365 days / (30 days – 10 days)] x 2% discount rate = 36.5%
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Betty runs a cookie shop where she sells cookies for $1 each. She employs five people, each of whom worked a total of 500 hours last year; she paid them $10 per hour. Her costs of equipment and raw materials add up to $75,000. Her business ability is legendary, and other companies have offered to pay Betty $100,000 to come to work for them. She also knows she could sell her cookie shop for $150,000. The bank in town pays an annual interest rate of 3% on all funds deposited with it. Betty’s implicit and explicit costs are equal to:
204,5
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Answer the question on the basis of the following information for a bond having no expiration date: bond price = $1,000; bond fixed annual interest payment = $100; bond annual interest rate = 10 percent. Refer to the given information. If the price of this bond increases to $1,250, the interest rate will:
fall to 8 percent.
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Answer the next question on the basis of the following information for a bond having no expiration date: bond price = $1000; bond fixed annual interest payment = $100; bond annual interest rate = 10 percent. Refer to the above information. If the price of this bond increases to $1250, the interest rate will:
B) fall to 8 percent
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A machine has an initial cost of $18,000 and operating costs of $2500 each year. The salvage value decreases y $3000 each year. The machine is now three years old. Assuming an effective annual interest rate of 12%, the cost of owning and operating the machine for one more year is most nearly?
NCEES. N/A. **memorize! EQN. Costs = C = operating cost + lost salvage value + opportunity cost. SOLN. C = operating cost annually + decrease salvage value annually + interest ( yr * decrease salvage value annually) $6600.
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A commercial bank will loan you $7,500 for two years to buy a car. The loan must be repaid in 24 equal monthly payments. The annual interest rate on the loan is 12% of the unpaid balance. What is the amount of the monthly payments? A) $282.43 B) $390.52 C) $369.82 D) $353.05
D) $353.05
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