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CFA QUESTIONS

Each end-of-Chapter CFA question is reprinted with permission from the Association for In-
vestment Management and Research (AIMR), Charlottesville, Virginia.1 Following is a list of
the CFA questions in the end-of-Chapter material and the exams/study guides from which they
were taken and updated.
Chapter 2 Chapter 6
1. 1986 Level II CFA Study Guide, 1. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
© 1986. © 1998.
2. 1986 Level II CFA Study Guide, 2. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
© 1986. © 1998.
3. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
Chapter 3
© 1998.
19. 1986 Level I CFA Study Guide, 20. 1982 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1986. © 1982.
20. 1986 Level I CFA Study Guide, 21. 1982 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1986. © 1982.
21. 1986 Level I CFA Study Guide, 22. 1982 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1986. © 1982.
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1. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide, 1. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
© 1998. © 1998.
2. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide, 2. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
© 1998. © 1998.
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© 1998. 14. 1993 Level II CFA Study Guide,
6. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide, © 1993.
© 1998. 15. 1993 Level II CFA Study Guide,
15. 1981 Level I CFA Study Guide, © 1993.
© 1981. 18. From various CFA exams.
16. 1989 Level III CFA Study Guide,
Chapter 12
© 1989.
1. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
20. 1985 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1998.
© 1985.
2. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide,
21. 1985 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1998.
© 1985.
7. 1987 Level I CFA Study Guide,
22. 1985 Level III CFA Study Guide,
© 1987.
© 1985.
8. 1987 Level I CFA Study Guide,
Chapter 9
© 1987.
6. 1998 Level I CFA Study Guide, 12. 1987 Level I CFA Study Guide,
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