# It is safe to use your bright headlights if there is a car ahead of you within 300 feet. True or False?

At 200 feet you turn on low beams :)

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Mariposa Middle School is in need of more sports equipment, so a school administrator contacts Kiko's Sporting Goods. The administrator speaks to Kiko herself, and Kiko offers Mariposa 15 percent off its order. Kiko tells the administrator she can order whenever she is ready and still enjoy the discount. Kiko faxes the administrator a handwritten note that reads "Pursuant to our conversation, I hereby grant Mariposa Middle School a 15% discount off the final sales price of their purchase. Offer good for one use only. Offer open for the next 5 months. Signed, Kiko" The administrator tries to use the discount four months later but Kiko says she has revoked the offer. What will result? a. The offer will not be enforced because the offer is open too long.
b. The offer is governed by the UCC and will be enforced because it is signed and in writing.
c. The offer will be enforced because the terms are definite.
d. The offer will not be enforced because the administrator is not a merchant.

b.

Explanation:

According to my research on the UCC, I can say that based on the information provided within the question the offer is governed by the UCC and will be enforced because it is signed and in writing. The UCC enforces any contract or offer that is officially signed by offering party, especially when dealing with purchases of goods valued \$500 or more. Since the contract is still valid for another month when the administrator tried to use the discount then Kiko must honor it.

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Suppose that you buy a TIPS (inflation-indexed) bond with a 2-year maturity and a coupon of 4% paid annually. Assume you buy the bond at its face value of \$1,000, and the inflation rate is 8% in each year. a. What will be your cash flow in year 1? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

b. What will be your cash flow in year 2? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

c. What will be your real rate of return over the two-year period?

a) Cash flow in year 1

Principal = 1000 * 1.08 = 1,080

Cash flow (Interest) = 1,080 * 0.04 = \$43.2‬0

b) Cash flow in year 2

Principal = 1080 * 1.08 = 1,166.4‬0

Cash flow (Interest + principal) = \$1,213.06‬

Interest = 1,166.4‬0 * 0.04 = \$46.66

Principal = \$1,166.4‬0

c) Real rate of return = {(1 + Nominal rate) / (1 + interest rate)} - 1

= {1.04/1.08} / 1

= -3.7%

Explanation:

Treasury Inflation protected securities (TIPS) are securities that take into cognizance inflation, thereby providing the investor with a real rate of return on investment.

For year 1, the principal invested i.e. face value of the bond increases with inflation as seen as calculated above and further increases in year 2 as the inflation rate affects both years.

Since the inflation rate is higher than the nominal rate of the investment, the result of this is that the real rate of return is in the negative.

Tim worker went to his bank. He deposited \$72.15 and the teller credited \$5.79 to his account for interest. If Tim's initial balance was \$1,226.14, what will his new balance be?

Hi, given the question let us breakdown the given items:
Initial Balance: \$1,226.14