BAFI2042 Investment|Calculation Equation

 The final assessment will consist of 5 calculation and scenario-based short answer questions with multiple parts. You must answer all 5 questions and all parts of each question. Each question is worth 10 marks, a total of 50 marks and accounts for 50% of the total grade for this course You are expected to answer the questions within the scope of the topics covered in this course. This is an OPEN BOOK assessment. You are allowed to use public information to support your analysis. The final assessment will be posted on Canvas on the date and time announced by the examinations team. Please write your answers in a Word document and upload it on Canvas within the stipulated time limit. I will upload the exam format at 30 November 2021 2:00PM AEDT TIME ZONE on this platform. so the expert will have to download the exam form and work on it, the expert will have ONLYYY 2 hours to finish it and upload the exam on this page. My uni is tracking the computer’s IP, so that’s why I have to do it on this way. FORMATTING Where mathematical calculations are required you must state the equation used and all the workings in your answer. Please use a Word document to write your answer. Please start each question on a new page and clearly label each question and each part of the question. You may use hand-drawn diagrams where applicable. Include the image of the diagram: use balanced resolution so the information in the image is readable (not blurred). If the solution is not readable, no marks will be awarded. The format is detailed below: Font type: Arial Font size: 12pt (14 for headings) Spacing: 1.5 line spacing Page No: Page x NOT Reference Style NEEDEDREQUIRED: (a) Compute the 3 components of the DuPont formula for 2010. (b) Calculate the return on equity for 2008 and 2010. (c) Discuss the impact of changes in asset turnover and financial leverage on the change in ROE from 2008 and 2010. (d) Using the ROE for 2010, what is the sustainable growth rate for Graham Holding Company if the earning per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS) in 2009 were $4.5 and $1, respectively?
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