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Exercise for June 16, 2007
It is posted at
http://www.math.ilstu.edu/krzysio/KOFMExercise109.pdf Yours sincerely, Krzys' Ostaszewski 
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Exercise for June 23, 2007
It is posted at
http://www.math.ilstu.edu/krzysio/KOFMExercise110.pdf Yours sincerely, Krzys' Ostaszewski 
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perpetuity DUE
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Yours, Krzys' 
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Exercise for June 30, 2007
It is posted at
http://www.math.ilstu.edu/krzysio/KOFMExercise111.pdf Yours sincerely, Krzys' Ostaszewski 
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thanks
Thanks Prof. Krzysios. I understand now, Macaulay duration of perpetuity due is [(1+i)/i^2]/(1/d)=1/i

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another question
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Yours, Krzys' 
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You really should simply know that the Macaulay duration of perpetuity due is 1/i. That's covered in my manual, and if you are using a source that does not clearly tell you that, think about using a source that does. Yours, Krzys' 
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Thanks
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Thank you very much, Prof.Ostaszewski. 
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