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  1. avatar says

    This is invaluable! I have a scientific calculator and i had no idea how all this buttons worked ln and e* now you have educated me on the standard normal distribution table! whew u saved me a head ache. for a while there when i saw the formulae i imagened it must be some enginering formulae forgotten on P4 paper by error!

    It means this paper should have more calculations and less writing , how then are we expected to mix the two?! I mean just one question on options is enough to give one a head ache. God have mercy on us!

    But Thank God for Opentuition iam confident iam finalising and passing this June 2013 exams. Watch this space i will update u all. John you are our guardian angel!

  2. Profile photo of rajad2010 says

    @admin

    Isn’t it possible to incorporate video speed controls within the player? It would really help since some may never have enough time to watch at the normal speed. I would request you to consider takling to the company providing the streaming and update if possible.

    Thank you.

    • Profile photo of freshmint says

      It seems the tutor made an error in the lecture (example 5 around 53:01) where he says the ‘t’ in e^-rt is 0.4 instead of 0.25 (3months).

      But if you look at page 144 in the OT notes, the answer to example 5 in chapter 13 (share options and option pricing) shows the correct figure, t = 0.25.

      Brilliant lecture, I’ve picked up a lot more from here than I did in class! Thank you!

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