**(1)** A company declares an annual dividend of 8% on its 10$ stock. How much money is required to buy 500 shares at a market price of $12 each?

- (a) $5000
- (b) $6000
- (c) $6000
- (d) $7200

**(2)** If the market value of a 5% $100 stock is $80, what is the yield percentage?

- (a) 6.25%
- (b) 6.25%
- (c) 5%
- (d) 7.5%

**(3)** An investor buys a stock at a dividend yield of 10% and sells it at a yield of 8%. If the original dividend was $2.50 per share, what was the selling price?

- (a) $31.25
- (b) $30.00
- (c) $31.25
- (d) $32.50

**(4)** An investor purchased 200 shares of a company’s stock at $50 per share. If the company pays an annual dividend of $3 per share, what is the investor’s annual dividend income from this investment?

- (a) $500
- (b) $600
- (c) $700
- (d) $600

**(5)** Company A has a total of 1,000 shares outstanding, and Company B has a total of 2,000 shares outstanding. If both companies pay a dividend of $2 per share, which company pays a higher total annual dividend?

- (a) Company B
- (b) Company A
- (c) Both companies pay the same total dividend
- (d) Insufficient information to determine