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El concepto de la cantidad en Algebra es m ucho más amplio que en A ritm ética.

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A word is a symbol. Its matter is the sensible sign; its form is the meaning imposed upon it by convention.

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ot observable but, rather, must be estimated. Arriving at a cost of capital estimate requires a host of assumptions and estimates. Another challenge is that the cost of capital that is appropriately applied to a specific investment depends on <span>the characteristics of that investment: The riskier the investment’s cash flows, the greater its cost of capital. In reality, a company must estimate project-specific costs of capital. What is often done, however, is to estim

ital is a central issue in corporate financial management. For the analyst seeking to evaluate a company’s investment program and its competitive position, an accurate estimate of a company’s cost of capital is important as well. <span>Cost of capital estimation is a challenging task. As we have already implied, the cost of capital is not observable but, rather, must be estimated. Arriving at a cost of capital estimate requires a host of assumptions and estimates. Another challenge is that the cost of capital that is appropriately applied to a specific investment depends on the characteristics of that investment: The riskier the investment’s cash flows, the greater its cost of capital. In reality, a company must estimate project-specific costs of capital. What is often done, however, is to estimate the cost of capital for the company as a whole and then adjust this overall corporate cost of capital upward or downward to reflect the risk of the contemplated project relative to the company’s average project. This reading is organized as follows: In the next section, we introduce the cost of capital and its basic computation. Section 3 presents a selection of methods for estimat

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The middle brain links mainly with our emotions: fear, anger, love, affection, and communication. It’s called the family, or limbic brain. This is the group brain system that started to evolve as we began to socialize. Its goals are sho

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Under US GAAP, when the seller has completed the significant activities in the earnings process and is either assured of collecting the selling price or able to estimate amounts that will not be collected, a sale of real estate is reported at the time of sale using the normal reve

for some installment sales. An example of such deferral arises for certain sales of real estate on an installment basis. Revenue recognition for sales of real estate varies depending on specific aspects of the sale transaction.19 <span>Under US GAAP, when the seller has completed the significant activities in the earnings process and is either assured of collecting the selling price or able to estimate amounts that will not be collected, a sale of real estate is reported at the time of sale using the normal revenue recognition conditions.20 When those two conditions are not fully met, under US GAAP some of the profit is deferred. Two of the methods may be appropriate in these limited circumstances and relate to the amou

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represent all the observations in the data set. Population Mean The population mean is the average for a finite population. It is unique; a given population has only one mean. <span>where: N = the number of observations in the entire population X i = the ith observation ΣX i = add up X i , where i is from 0 to N Sample Mean The sample mean is the average for a sample. It is a statistic and is used to estimate the population mean.

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(return) of an investment over a number of periods. All interval and ratio data sets (e.g., incomes, ages, rates of return) have an arithmetic mean. All data values are considered and included in the arithmetic mean computation. <span>A data set has only one arithmetic mean. This indicates that the mean is unique. The arithmetic mean is the only measure of central tendency where the sum of the deviations of each value from the mean is always zero. Deviation from the arithmetic mean is the distanc

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#has-images #reading-9-probability-concepts

Variance and standard deviation measure the dispersion of a single random variable. Often times, we want to know the relationship between two variables. For example, what is the relationship between the performance of the S&P 500 and that of U.S. long-term corporate bonds? We can use covariance and correlation to measure the degree to which two random variables are related to each other. Given two random variables, R i and R j , the covariance between the two variables is: Facts about covariance: Covariance of returns is negative if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is below its expected value (an average inverse relationship between returns). Covariance of returns is 0 if returns on the assets are unrelated. Covariance of returns is positive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is above its expected value (an average positive relationship between returns). The cov

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Variance and standard deviation measure the dispersion of a single random variable. Often times, we want to know the relationship between two variables. For example, what is the relationship between the performance of the S&P 500 and that of U.S. long-term corporate bonds? We can use covariance and correlation to measure the degree to which two random variables are related to each other. Given two random variables, R i and R j , the covariance between the two variables is: Facts about covariance: Covarian

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, what is the relationship between the performance of the S&P 500 and that of U.S. long-term corporate bonds? We can use covariance and correlation to measure the degree to which two random variables are related to each other. <span>Given two random variables, R i and R j , the covariance between the two variables is: Facts about covariance: Covariance of returns is negative if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return o

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e degree to which two random variables are related to each other. Given two random variables, R i and R j , the covariance between the two variables is: Facts about covariance: <span>Covariance of returns is negative if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is below its expected value (an average inverse relationship between returns). Covariance of returns is 0 if returns on the assets are unrelated. Covariance of returns is positive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the othe

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Facts about covariance: Covariance of returns is negative if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is below its expected value (an average inverse relationship between returns). <span>Covariance of returns is 0 if returns on the assets are unrelated. Covariance of returns is positive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is above its expected value (an average positive relationsh

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tive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is below its expected value (an average inverse relationship between returns). Covariance of returns is 0 if returns on the assets are unrelated. <span>Covariance of returns is positive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is above its expected value (an average positive relationship between returns). The covariance of a random variable with itself (own covariance) is its own variance. Example Suppose that the future short-term outlook for the economy is favorable w

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returns on the assets are unrelated. Covariance of returns is positive if, when the return on one asset is above its expected value, the return on the other asset is above its expected value (an average positive relationship between returns). <span>The covariance of a random variable with itself (own covariance) is its own variance. Example Suppose that the future short-term outlook for the economy is favorable with a probability 0.6 and unfavorable with a probability of 0.4. For two stocks, F and

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where. The correlation between two random variables, R i and R j , is defined as: Alternative notations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: <span>Correlation is a number between -1 and +1. A correlation of 0 indicates an absence of any linear (straight-line) relationship between the variables. Increasingly positive correlation indicates an increasingly strong positive lin

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two random variables, R i and R j , is defined as: Alternative notations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: Correlation is a number between -1 and +1. <span>A correlation of 0 indicates an absence of any linear (straight-line) relationship between the variables. Increasingly positive correlation indicates an increasingly strong positive linear relationship (up to 1, which indicates a perfect linear relationship). Increasingly negative correlati

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otations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: Correlation is a number between -1 and +1. A correlation of 0 indicates an absence of any linear (straight-line) relationship between the variables. <span>Increasingly positive correlation indicates an increasingly strong positive linear relationship (up to 1, which indicates a perfect linear relationship). Increasingly negative correlation indicates an increasingly strong negative linear relationship (down to -1, which indicates a perfect inverse linear relationship). The correlati

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0 indicates an absence of any linear (straight-line) relationship between the variables. Increasingly positive correlation indicates an increasingly strong positive linear relationship (up to 1, which indicates a perfect linear relationship). <span>Increasingly negative correlation indicates an increasingly strong negative linear relationship (down to -1, which indicates a perfect inverse linear relationship). The correlation between two variables represents the degree to which these variables are related. It is important to keep in mind that correlation does not necessarily mean causat

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ame time. We know that this is the case because both returns are higher in favorable conditions and lower in unfavorable conditions. Had we obtained a negative answer, logic would have told us that we had made an error somewhere. <span>The correlation between two random variables, R i and R j , is defined as: Alternative notations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: Correlation is a number between -1 and

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relationship (up to 1, which indicates a perfect linear relationship). Increasingly negative correlation indicates an increasingly strong negative linear relationship (down to -1, which indicates a perfect inverse linear relationship). <span>The correlation between two variables represents the degree to which these variables are related. It is important to keep in mind that correlation does not necessarily mean causation. For example, there is a high positive relationship between the number of fire-fighters sent to a fi

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elation indicates an increasingly strong negative linear relationship (down to -1, which indicates a perfect inverse linear relationship). The correlation between two variables represents the degree to which these variables are related. <span>It is important to keep in mind that correlation does not necessarily mean causation. For example, there is a high positive relationship between the number of fire-fighters sent to a fire and the amount of damage done. Does this mean that the fire fighters cause the dama

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= 0.010368. So, correlation = ρ(R f , R g )= cov(R f , R g ) / σ(R f ) x σ(R g ) = 0.010368 / (0.117576 x 0.088182) = 0.99999. This indicates an almost perfect positive linear relationship between R f and R g . <span>Calculate covariance given a joint probability function: We can calculate covariance using the joint probability function of the random variables if that can be estimated. The joint probability function of two random variables, X and Y, denoted P(X, Y), gives the probability of joint occurrences of values X and Y. For example, P(3, 2) is the probability that X equals 3 and Y equals 2. <span><body><html>

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