A random sample of fifteen 100 watt bulbs made by Lights R Us had the following burn times: 2065, 1855, 2135, 2129, 1795, 2245, 2085, 2135, 2345, 2185, 2200, 2460, 2295, 2225, and **2150** hours Is there a difference in the bulbs made by the two companies

If you use the exact value of 1/3, you get n as 2149.99 = **2150**.

4600 .........(4)
(3)*4 and (4)*3 :
12x - 12y = 7800 ............ (5)
12x - 16y = 13800 ..........(6)
(5) - (6) :
4y = 6000
y = 1500 Km/hr
Substitute value of y in (3):
3x - 3*1500 = 1950
3x = 1950 + 4500
3x = 6450
x = **2150**

Solution
The entries in the ANOVA table are computed as follows:
SS(Total) = âˆ‘X2 - G2/N = **2150** - (180^2)/18
= **2150** - 1800 = 350
SS(Between) = âˆ‘(T2/n) - G2/N = [(90^2)/6 + (54^2)/6 + (36^2)/6] - [(180^2)/18]
= 2052 - 1800 = 252
SS(Within) = SS

. $**2150** to received two years from now with a 24% interest rate
Future Value=$**2150**
Discount rate=24%
Number of periods=2
Present Value=Future Value/(1+discount rate)^no. of periods
=**2150**/(1+24%)^2
=$1398.28

income was more than $850
c) Earl has to file because his unearned income was more than $850, or the second test is earned income plus $300
d) Karen would have to file if she met one of three tests (which she didn't): unearned income was more than $**2150**

Weight (lbs) Dosage (**mgs**)
88 67
99 75
121 91
132 99
Express the maximum dosage, D, as a function of the individual's weight, w.

social security worksheet for the calculation of the amount taxable as follows:
Line A $2400
Line C $2400
Part 1, line 1 $1200
line 2 $28100
line 4 $29300
line 8 $29300
line 9 $25000
line 10 $4300
line 11 $9000
line 13 $4300
line 14 $**2150**

IRR Criteria
Year End CFS CFL
0 -1025 -**2150**
1 375 750
2 380 759
3 385 768
4 390 777
IRR 18.06% 15.58%

We have 2000 = 150/(1+r) + **2150**/(1+r)^2
Splving by trial and error we get r=15%
answer is c. 15%.
3. Suresh Singh, CFA, is analyzing a convertible bond.