Assume that capital markets are perfect. A firm finances its operations via $60 million in stock with a required return of 15% and $40 million in bonds at 8%. Assume the company decides to issue an additional $10 million bonds and use the proceeds to retire $10 million worth of equity, (a) what would happen to the firm’s WACC? (4 points)(b) What would happen to the required return on the company’s stock?

question 1 is 8, question 2 is 9, question 3 is 24

step-by-step explanation:

now, the numbers they give you at the top are the key. from there, you just have to plug and chug! let's try 1, 2, and 3!

key: a=3, b=5, c=6

1. a+5

remember, a=3, so we plug that in to get 3+5=8

2. 15-c

c=6, so we plug that in to get 15-6=9

3. 4b

b=6, so we plug it in to get 4*6=24

time to try the rest on your own! if you put the answers below in a comment, i'll check them for you!

[tex]Can somebody solve some basic algebra[/tex]

Is 8.50 an answer or no? ?

answer: a) (0,0), (1,1), (2,8), and (3,27).

step-by-step explanation:

0^3=0

1^3=1

2^3=8

3^3=27

in effect, the exponential equation for this would me y=3^x. each x-coordinate cubed is giving the y coordinate, so a is your answer : )

[tex]Pls i’m which set of ordered pairs could be generated by an exponential function a. (0,0), (1,,8),[/tex]

false

step-by-step explanation:

false. two legs of the trapezoid would be congruent, but the other two would not. were all the legs congruent, then we'd have a square; were the 2 shorter sides congruent and the 2 longer sides also congruent, we'd have a rectangle.