The** yearly return **of the investor is given to be** 11.069%**

<h3>How to find the YTM</h3>

In order to do this we have to make use of the Rate function in excel

This would be given as

=RATE(nper, PMT, PV, FV)

where Nper is 5 years

PMT is = $1,000*10% = $100

PV = $980

The future value Fv is given as $1,000

Hnece we would have to type in excel

RATE(5,100,-980,1000)

This would give us the value of the YTM as 10.5348%

Next would be to find the rate of return of this investor. This would be the rate that he actually earned.

We would also use the** rate function**

=RATE(nper, PMT, PV, FV

Npe = 4 years

PMT = $1,000*10% = $100

PV = $980

FV = $1,020 that is the amount for which the bond was sold

=RATE(4,100,-980,1020)

The solution would be = **11.0698%**

Thus we can say that the **return earned **on** investment **is 11.0698%

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No because it would be handled in a more strictly manner or they would have too much control.

**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

**Date Unit Unit cost Total Goods sold Cost Total**

**May 1 28 9 252 28 9 252**

**May 15 26 10 260 26 10 260**

**May 24 39 11 429 26 11 286**

**Total 93 941 80**

1) Weighted average unit cost = 941/93 = $10.118

**FIFO method**

2)Ending inventory (93-80)*11 =$ 143

FIFO method assumes that the first set of inventory are the first to be sold

**LIFO method**

LIFO assumes that the last set of inventory are the first to be sold

Goods Sold Cost Total

39 11 429

26 10 260

15 9 135

Ending Inventory = (93-80)*9 = $117

** Average Cost Method**

Ending Inventory = 13 * 10.118 =$131.534

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**Answer:**

**Wilma Company should produce internally as this will savings of $42,000.**

**Explanation:**

For a make or buy decision the relevant cash flows include

1. the differential variable of the two options

2. savings from avoidable fixed costs associated with internal production

**Incremental analysis $**

External cost of purchase($2.65 × 60,000) 159000

Variable cost - (29,000 + 44,000 + 25,000) = <u>98000
</u>

Extra variable cost of external purchase (61000
)

Savings in Avoidable fixed cost (1/4× 76,000) <u>19,000
</u>

<em>Net extra cost of external purchase </em><em><u> (42000
)</u></em>

**Wilma Company should produce internally as this will savings of $42,000.**