I want your opinion, while registering shall we go for print copy of curriculum or eBook is sufficient.Please let me know

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CFA Level 1 Practice question 103

The average runs scored by cricket teams in Twenty-Twenty matches are 150 with a standard deviation of 20 runs. The probability of a team scoring between 130 runs and 190 in a match is closest to

a) 99.0%

b) 81.7%

c) 97.5%

The distance between 130 and 150 is 1 SD. We known the 1SD on both sides of means imply 68.4% probability. Since 130 to 150 implies only one side of the curve take half of it i.e 34.2%. Now on the other side distance between 150 and 190 is 2 SD. We known the 2 SD on bot sides of the curve implies 95%, since 150 to 190 is half of 1t the probability is 47.5%. So probability from 130 to 190 will be given by 34.2+47.5 = 81.7%

CFA Level 1 Practice question 103

The average runs scored by cricket teams in Twenty-Twenty matches are 150 with a standard deviation of 20 runs. The probability of a team scoring between 130 runs and 190 in a match is closest to

a) 99.0%

b) 81.7%

c) 97.5%

CFA Level 1 Practice question 102

A stable state company reported Total Assets of $2500 at the end of 2011 and $2850 at the end of 2012. Total Liabilities were 1200 in both the years. The net profit for the year 2012 stood at $ 425. The company did not witness any unrealized gain/loss during the year nor did it issue/ buyback equities. The sustainable growth rate of this company is closest to

a) 4.5%

b) 25.8%

c) 23.7%

Answer C: Owner's equity in 2011 is 1300 and 2012 is 1650. Given that owner's equity could have increased only by retained earnings we can calculate dividend for the year as 1300+425-1650=75. Payout ratio = 17.5%. Average equity = 1475. RoE= 425/1475=28.8%. . Growth a (1-payout ratio) * RoE= 23.7%

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