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    Finding an EPS Growth Rate

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    The problem asks to find the EPS growth rate and the dividend growth rate. The instructor said to use the formula below:

    (1+gEPS)^5EPS02=EPS07

    (1+gEPS)^5*816,000=1,200,000

    This is were I get stuck. How do I get gEPS out of the parenthesis?

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    This formula is used to find the growth rate of a constantly growing earnings per share over a 5 year period. You would need to do ...

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    This solution illustrates how to find an earning per share growth rate using Excel.

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