An investment has two equally likely possible outcomes, $0 and $400. (a) Compute the expected monetary value.

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An investment has two equally likely possible outcomes, $0 and

$400.

(a) Compute the expected monetary value.

(b) Compute the expected present value if outcomes occur at time 1 and there is a 10 percent time value factor.

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