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  1. a. Given the following information, calculate the- expected value for Firm C's EPS. Data for Firms A and B are as follows: E(EPSA) = $5.10, σ A = $3.61, E(EPSB) = $4.20, and σ B = $.96.

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  1. b. You are given that σ C = $4.11. Discuss the relative riskiness of the three firms' earnings.

a.

Summary Introduction

To identify: The earnings per share for the Firm C.

Introduction:

Earnings per Share: When the net income or profit earned during a specified period as a result of company’s business operations is reported on per share basis, and it is called as the earnings per share.

Explanation

The statement

Probability

(A)

Earnings

per Share

($)

(B)

Expected Earnings per

Share

($)

(A×B)

0

b.

Summary Introduction

To identify: The relative riskiness of each firm.

Introduction:

Risk analysis: The risk analysis is a financial method to analyze the riskiness of an investment or project.

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