10. Branch banks must keep enough money on hand to satisfy customers’ cash dem:Suppose that the daily demand for cash at a branch of University Bank follows a lognordistribution with means and...

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10. Branch banks must keep enough money on hand to satisfy customers’ cash dem: Suppose that the daily demand for cash at a branch of University Bank follows a lognor distribution with means and standard deviation summarized as follows (in $1,000s): Mondsy Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday _Ssturday Sunday Mean S175 8120 90 S60 s120 S10 $65 StdDev $26 S18 $13 ss sug gn Suslg ‘An armored truck delivers cash to this bank once a week. The manager of the bank can order any amount of cash she desires for this delivery. OF course, running out of cash in any week is very undesirable as customers of the bank expect to be able to withdraw their deposits on. demand. Of course, keeping excessive cash reserves would guard against this happenstance. However, cash is a non-interest earning asset, so there is an opportunity cost for holding excess cash reserves. a. Suppose the bank manager follows the practice of ordering enough cash to start each week with a balance of $825,000. Create a spreadsheet model to track the daily cash bal- ance throughout the week. b. What is the probability that the bank will run out of money at some point during the week? c. What amount of money is needed a the start each week to ensure there is at most a 0.10% chance of running out of money? 12.10 Use the same Random Variables from the 12.5 example. You can use events 1 through 7 to simulate the cash demands on Monday through Sunday. Run a simulation model over 100 iterations. Use the same. Mean and StDev as in the book, but assume cash demands follow a normal distribution. Set up the model as specified in part a, and calculate the probability that the bank will run out of money asin part b. Itis simplest to set the model up to calculate the cash remaining at the end of the week, after demands have occurred for all 7 days. 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Answer To: 10. Branch banks must keep enough money on hand to satisfy customers’ cash dem:Suppose that the...

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        Starting cash    ₹ 825,000.00
    a).    Day    Mean Demand    Std Dev    Demand    Cash Needed    Cash Balance    m
in
        Monday    175000    2000    4391828.21013162    4391828.21013162    -₹ 3,566,828.21    -3566828
        Tuesday    120000    18000    0.3528225996    0.3528225996    ₹...
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