【题1】An investor is to receive a 15-year,$8,000 annuity,with the first payment to be received today.At an 11%discount rate,this annuity’s worth today is closest to:
【题2】Which of the following statements least accurately describes the IRR and NPV methods?
A.A project’s IRR can be positive even if the NPV is negative.
B.A project with an IRR equal to the cost of capital will have an NPV of zero.
C.A project’s NPV may be positive even if the IRR is less than the cost of capital.
【题3】A distribution of returns that has a greater percentage of small deviations from the mean and a greater percentage of extremely large deviations from the mean compared to a normal distribution:
A.is positively skewed.
B.has positive excess kurtosis.
C.has negative excess kurtosis.
【题4】The correlation coefficient that indicates the weakest linear relationship between variables is:
【题5】X,Y,and Z are independently distributed.The probability of Xis 30%,the probability of Y is 40%,and the probability of Z is 20%.Which of the following is closest to the probability that either X or Y will occur?
【题6】Which of the following is least likely a condition of a binomial experiment?
A.There are only two trials.
B.The trials are independent.
C.If p is the probability of success,and q is the probability of failure,then p+q=1.
【题7】For the standard normal distribution,P(0≤Z≤1.96)is:
【题8】The sampling distribution of a statistic is the probability distribution made up of all possible:
A.observations from the underlying population.
B.sample statistics computed from samples of varying sizes drawn from the same population.
C.sample statistics computed from samples of the same size drawn from the same population.
【题9】The 95%confidence interval of the sample mean of employee age for a major corporation is 19 years to 44 years based on a z-statistic.The population of employees is more than 5,000 and the sample size of this test is 100.Assuming the population is normally distributed,the standard error of mean employee age is closest to:
【题10】All else equal,is specifying a smaller significance level in a hypothesis test likely to increase the probability of a:
Type I error?Type II error?