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# $100 comma 000 100,000 in a money market​ account, a bond​ fund, an international stock​ ... wrote... Posts: 529 Rep: 4 years ago Edited: 4 years ago, bio_man $ 100 comma 000 100,000 in a money market​ account, a bond​ fund, an international stock​ ... A person plans to invest a total of $100,000 in a money market account, a bond fund, an international stock fund, and a domestic stock fund. She wants 60% of her investment to be conservative (money market and bonds). She wants the amount in domestic stocks to be 4 times the amount in international stocks. Finally, she needs an annual return of$4,000. Assuming she gets annual returns of 25% on the money market account, 3.5% on the bond fund, 4% on the international stock fund, and 6% on the domestic stock fund, how much should she put In each investment? Attached file Thumbnail(s): You must login or register to gain access to this attachment. Read 195 times 1 Reply

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4 years ago
 Set up your equation as x + y + z + w = 100 0000.025x + 0.035y + 0.04z + 0.06w = 4000z = 4w   or   z - 4w = 0x + y = 60 000So we have 4 equationsw = 8000, x = -14 000y = 74000.0z = 32000If you want to see how it's solved, here's a similar example! Attached file Doc1.pdf (182.25 KB) You must login or register to gain access to this attachment.