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The standard deviation of the market index portfolio is 10%. Stock A has a beta of 2 and a residual standard deviation of 20%.

A) calculate the total variance for an increase of .10 in its beta.

B) calculate the total variance for an increase of 1% in its residual standard deviation.

**Total variance = (Beta * Standard deviation of market)^2
+ (Residual Standard deviation)^2**

**A)** New Beta = 2 + 0.10 = 2.10

**Total variance =** (2.10 * 10%)^2 + (20%)^2

= 0.21 + 0.04

= 0.25 or 25%

**B)** New residual Standard deviation = 20% + 1% =
21%

**Total variance =** (2 * 10%)^2 + (21%)^2

= 0.20 + 0.0441

= 0.2441 or 24.41%

The standard deviation of the market-index portfolio is 20%.
Stock A has a beta of 2.00, and a residual standard deviation of
30%.
a.Calculate the total variance for increase of 0.10 in its
beta.
b.Calculate the total variance for an increase of 2.62% in its
residual standard deviation.
(Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to
the nearest whole number.)

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intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 4 decimal
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