stock valuation, Financial Management

I just purchased a stock that would pay the dividends of the first four years as D1 = $0.65, D2 = $0.74, D3 = $0.79, D4 = $0.84. I also told that the dividends would grow continually at a rate of 3% per year starting from year 5 onwards. Assuming the required rate of return to this stock is 12%,
a) What will be the expected price of the stock at the end of year 4?
b) What is today’s expected value of the stock?
c) If the stock is currently being sold at $5.00, should I will buy the stock? Need the explain.
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