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Sarah sold her Disney shares as indicated on the ticker.

a. How many shares did she sell?

b. How much did each share sell for?

c. What was the total value of all the shares Sarah sold?

d. Suppose that the next DIS trade that comes across the ticker

represents a sale of 7,600 shares at a price that is $0.98 higher than the last transaction. What will Sarah see scrolling across her screen for this transaction of DIS?

PG 4.5K@66.75▼0.39 BAC 0.65M@36.17▲0.54 DIS 2.55K @34.90▼1.08 K 0.76K@ 51.49▲0.04

a. How many shares did she sell?

b. How much did each share sell for?

c. What was the total value of all the shares Sarah sold?

d. Suppose that the next DIS trade that comes across the ticker

represents a sale of 7,600 shares at a price that is $0.98 higher than the last transaction. What will Sarah see scrolling across her screen for this transaction of DIS?

PG 4.5K@66.75▼0.39 BAC 0.65M@36.17▲0.54 DIS 2.55K @34.90▼1.08 K 0.76K@ 51.49▲0.04

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