What is the price of an asset paying, Financial Accounting

Suppose the interest rate for a one-period bond is 4% between the current period and the next. Then the rate becomes 5% for ever.

(a) What is the price of an asset paying (1,1,1) which means 1 after 1 period, 1 after 2 periods, and 1 after 3 periods.

(b) What is the price of an asset paying (1.5,0,1.5)?

(c) What is the price of an asset paying (0,0,3)?

(d) What is the price of an asset paying (0,0,3,0,0,3,0,0,3)?

 

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