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# Hillary can invest her family savings in two assets: riskless treasury bills or a risky vacation home real estate project on an arkansas river. the expected return on treasury bills is 4 percent with a standard deviation of zero. the expected return on the real estate project is 30 percent with a standard deviation of 40 percent. 5) refer to scenario 5.10. if hillary invests 30 percent of her savings in the real estate project and the remainder in treasury bills, the expected return on her portfolio is: a) 4 percent. b) 11.8 percent. c) 17 percent. d) 22.2 percent. e) 30 percent.

Problem 19: the average television set is said to be on 6 hours a day. show answer no attempt calculate the yearly cost of electricity, in billions of dollars, required to operate 100 million tvs, assuming their power consumption averages 130 w and the cost of electricity averages 15 cents/kw⋅h.
Wilson company paid \$5,000 for a 4-month insurance premium in advance on november 1, with coverage beginning on that date. the balance in the prepaid insurance account before adjustment at the end of the year is \$5,000, and no adjustments had been made previously. the adjusting entry required on december 31 is: (a) debit cash. \$5,000: credit prepaid insurance. \$5,000. (b) debit prepaid insurance. \$2,500: credit insurance expense. \$2500. (c) debit prepaid insurance. \$1250: credit insurance expense. \$1250. (d) debit insurance expense. \$1250: credit prepaid insurance. \$1250. (e) debit insurance expense. \$2500: credit prepaid insurance. \$2500.