Answer:

$240,885.11

Explanation:

The formula to be used is = annual payment x annuity factor

Annuity factor = {[(1+r) ^N ] - 1} / r

R = interest rate = 8.2 percent

N = number of years = 25

[(1.082^25) - 1 ] / 0.082 = 75.276598

75.276598 x $3,200 = $240,885.11

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**Answer:**

The expected return that IMI can provide subject to Johnson's risk constraint is 8.5%

**Explanation:**

Capital Market Line (CML)

Expected return on the market portfolio, E() = 12 %

Standard deviation on the market portfolio, σ = 20%

Risk-free rate, = 5%

E() = + [ E() - ] × ( σ ÷ σ)

= 0.05 + [ 0.12 - 0.05] × (0.10 ÷ 0.20)

= 8.5%

**Answer:**

False

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The ** accountant** have upon** retirement** $336,509.63

**What is the future value of an annuity?**

The **accumulated **balance in the** accountant's retirement** account upon retirement is the future value of $6,000 invested for 3 years earning 4% annual rate of return using the future value formula of an ordinary annuity as shown below:

FV=PMT*(1+t)^N-1/r

FV=**accumulated** balance after 30 years=unknown

PMT=annual investment=$6,000

r=rate of return=4%

N=number of annual investments in **30 years**=30

FV=$6000*(1+4%)^30-1/4%

FV=$336,509.63

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