(Answered) Interpreting beta

A firm wishes to assess the impact of changes in the market return on an assess that has a beta of 1.20;a. If the market return increased by 15%, what impact would this change be expected to have on the asset's return?;b. If the market return decreased by 8%, what impact would this change be expected to have on the asset's return?;c. If the market return did not change, what impact, if any, would be expected on the asset's return?;d. Would this asset be considered more or less risky than the market? Explain.
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