#32) The growing perpetuity present value formula assumes that

a. growth rate, g, equal discounting rate, r, and the time periods are limited in number.

b. the growth rate increases as time progresses.

c. growth rate, g, is less than discounting rate, r, and the time periods are finite the first cash flow occurs at Time 0.

d. growth rate, g, is less than discounting rate, r, and the time periods are regular and discrete.

#33)  

An interest rate expressed as if it were compounded once per year is called the

a. stated annual rate.

b. effective annual rate.

c.compound interest rate.

d. daily interest rate.

periodic interest rate.

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