Calculate the yield to maturity of the bond, Cost Accounting

7. The Isabelle Corporation rents prom dresses in its stores across the southern United States. It has just issued a five-year, zero-coupon corporate bond at a price of $74. You have purchased this bond and intend to hold it until maturity.  

a. What is the yield to maturity of the bond?   
b. What is the expected return on your investment (expressed as an EAR) if there is no chance of default?   

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