Given the data below, calculate theexpected return, variance, and standard deviation of the following company.
In a recessionary economy, which is expected to occur with a 30% probability, theexpected returns would be -5%
In an expanding economy, with an expected probability of occurrence of 20% theexpected return would

Depending upon the state of the economy, Ables Manufacturing Corp. expects to sell the following number of prefabricated buildings. The probability of each state is indicated. What is theexpectedvalue of the total sales projection?
Outcome Probability Units Price
Bad 0.20 100 $20
Normal 0.50 180 $25
Great 0.30 210 $30

ExpectedValue for a Magazine Sweepstakes Reader's Digests ran a sweepstakes in which prizes were listed with the chances of winning: $1,000,000 (1 chance in 90,000,000), $100,000 (1 chance in 110,000,000), $25,000 (1 chance in 110,000,000), $5,000 (1 chance in 36,667,000), and $2,500 (1 chance in 27,500,000).
a. Assuming tha

Properties of ExpectedValues
Attached is a Adobe pdf file. I am studying for a test and wish to use this problem as a guide. Please give as much detail as possible so that I may understand the concept.

Let X be a random variable having expectedvalue (mu) and variance (sigma)^2. Findtheexpectedvalue and variance of:
Y = (X - mu)/(sigma).
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Risk free rate of 7% and market risk premium of 2 %. The best investment of these:
Expected Return of 9.01 / Beta 1.70
Expected Return of 7.06 / Beta 0.00
Expected Return of 5.04 / Beta -0.67
Expected Return of 8.74 / Beta 0.87
Expected Return of 11.50 / Beta 2.50
The 7.06 with Beta of 0.00 is best, but how do I calculat

Expected payoff corresponding to various levels of business expansion and economic conditions faced by Ramcast Cable Inc. is given in the table below. The probabilities of the events are also given. What is each expected monetary value (EV) of each alternative below, and the maximum expected monetary value (EV) in the payoff mat

I need to create a mathematical model to findtheexpected profit:
A band wants to hold a concert with an expected crowd of 3,000. The average spending on concessions is $15, tickets sell for $10. The profit is 80% at the gate, along with concession sales, minus a fixed cost of $10,000.

A magazine ran a sweepstakes in which prices were (see list below). listed along with the chance of winning. values 1 chance out of
$1,000,000 ; 80,000,000
$100,000 ; 120,000,000