Calculated market capitalization, Financial Accounting

What have been the dividends per share?

What is the CAGR of dividends per share from 2008 to 2010?

What was the retention ratio for 2008 to 2010?

Calculate the DPS growth rate from 2009 to 2010. Using the DPS for 2010 and the 2009/2010 growth rate, what will be the DPS for 2011 and 2014?

Using the 2010 DPS as D0, the 2009/2010 growth rate, and letting r=18%, what is the PV of each share? (note: this is a special case of valuing a growing perpetuity, the formula is PV = D1/(r-G) where D1 is the the dividend for 2011, and G is the 2009/10 growth rate - see page 271 for add'l details)

Using the number of shares for 2010, what is the company's calculated market capitalization under this method?

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