You want to borrow $40,000 to buy Landcruiser. The bank wants you to pay equal payment of $1000 every month over the next four years. The loan will be fully paid when the last payment is made. Bank offers you a choice of 72 monthly payments instead of 48 monthly payments, at the same rate. How much will be equivalent monthly payment for 72 months?

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i am looking for someone who can solve those 6 Questions ASAP and CORRECTLY.
1- You want to borrow 500000 to buy a house. APR is 5% compounded daily. Your payment schedule is 30 years with equal monthly payments. Loan is fully paid when last payment is made. How much will be your monthly payment?
2-You want to borrow $40,000 to buy Landcruiser. The bank wants you to pay equal payment of $1000 every month over the next four years. The loan will be fully paid when the last payment is made. Bank offers you a choice of 72 monthly payments instead of 48 monthly payments, at the same rate. How much will be equivalent monthly payment for 72 months?
3-Use following data for a project. Periods are year long in length.

There are no other items such as depreciation. What is the NPV of this project at 10% discount rate?
4-consider two bonds (A and B) with different coupons and price, but otherwise Identical. Par value 1000$.Maturity 25 years. Coupons are yearly. The previous coupon was paid just a second ago. There are 25 more coopons left. Coupon A= $20. Coupons B=$30. The price difference is $ 140.9395 ( one Bond cost $140.9395 more than the other bond)
How much is the fair price of Bond A ?
5-Megasoft is evaluating two mutually exclusive projects, Trident and Phoenix. The available information is at summary level.
IRR for Trident=20%. IRR for Phoenix=15%. Both Trident and Phoenix have the same NPV at 12% discount rate. NPV of Trident is 100 million $ and that of Phoenix is $200 million if discount rate is hypothetically zero.
Megasoft has determined that appropriate discount rate for both projects is 10%.
Which project should be chosen?
6-Pete and repete corporations have beta of 1.4 and 0.9 respectively. Their expected returns are 15% and 11.5% respectively .
How much is the risk free rate?

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