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You are scheduled to receive $15,000 in two years. When you receive it you will invest it for six years at 7.1% per year. How much will you have in 8 years.
You are scheduled to receive $15,000 in two years. When you receive it you will invest it for six years at 7.1% per year. How much will you have in 8 years. TrueFalse                                         
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Round (50 minutes/5- 10 minute rounds) Quantity of Labor Used Quantity of Loops Used Quantity of Fixed Capital Used Per Unit Labor Charge Per Unit Loop charge Per Unit Capital Charge Total Quantity P
Round (50 minutes/5- 10 minute rounds) Quantity of Labor Used Quantity of Loops Used Quantity of Fixed Capital Used Per Unit Labor Charge Per Unit Loop charge Per Unit Capital Charge Total Quantity Produced 1.  5min 5 76 100 4.25 .76 20 4 2.  5min 5 76 100
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Using the Iphone for example: You would need SO MANY different factors to contribute to the final product of an Iphone. Some of these would be Assembly A location to Assemble Workers to Assemble the
Using the Iphone for example: You would need SO MANY different factors to contribute to the final product of an Iphone. Some of these would be Assembly A location to Assemble Workers to Assemble the Iphones Health insurance for the workers electricity bill for the location trucks to driver the assembled iphones to the distribution site drivers for the trucks fuel for the vehicles workers to unload the packaged iphones
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Phase 1 - Company Financial Statement Analysis (Historical) In the first phase, which is expected to take about 3-4 weeks, or more than half the case effort; you are expected to accomplish the follow
Phase 1 - Company Financial Statement Analysis (Historical) In the first phase, which is expected to take about 3-4 weeks, or more than half the case effort; you are expected to accomplish the following: • Company. For the Company your team is assigned, all should become very familiar with the industry (SIC), background, history and business of the company by all team members reading the SEC disclosures describing the firm, and at least two of the general web sites’ discussion of the company. The team should write a written Summary of Company as the first part of the assignment. This can be written in MS Excel (formatted into text pages in worksheet tabbed as history or background in one workbook) or in MS Word (sufficiently formatted to make it easily readable and attached to the workbook for the other assignments). Note: each team has some flexibility to do the report as you see fit. • Financial Statement Analysis. You are to prepare a complete, as relevant, analysis of the financial statements as filed in the latest SEC 10-K filings for you company including the following: o Working Capital and Working Capital Ratios o Solvency & Leverage Ratios o Activity Measures o Profitability Ratios. The financial statement analysis is to be done in a presentable way in MS Excel and should be the result of collaborative efforts by all team members. The team will decide how to present this section of the final report. Once the team is satisfied with completing this requirement, it is to be saved to Bb Group Space as “Group (Name) – (Company Name) – Phase (#) Final (date).xlsx” and group captain should email course instructor that it is ready for preliminary review. • Pro-forma Financial Statements. Using the Return on Assets (ROA), Return on Equity (ROE) and computed Plowback Ratio (Retained Earnings ratio) from the last couple of years and calculate the Internal Growth Rate as a floor and the Sustainable Growth Rate as the max, agree on a growth rate. Using this growth rate, prepare Pro-forma Financial Statements for the next three years in proper format. Phase 2 – Capital Budgeting The capital budgeting piece of the project will be done after the Phase 1 and constitutes a much smaller piece of the group case project. This assignment will focus on capital budgeting plans and disclosures found in public company filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission in four sections as follows: • Capital Budgeting Disclosures. For your Group’s company, review the latest 10K filing and find any disclosure of the company’s capital budgeting activities and write a memorandum discussing the activities and the context in which they were disclosed; i.e., management discussion, footnotes to financial statements, etc. • Research, Find, and Review at least two current financial analysts reports; e.g., Investopedia, Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, or other Financial Analyst’s analysis which discusses the capital budgeting plans of the company; write a summary of what you found and reference the sources in MS Word. • Investing Activities. Review the financial statements, particularly the statement of cash flows in the 10-K and the accompanying notes and write a brief analysis of the significant investments you found there. • Summary. Write a summary of what your group learned from this exercise. Save in Group space in Bb. Phase 3 – Financing Requirements Phase three is to look at the Capital Structure and the cost of capital of your group’s company. You are to use the necessary resources to calculate the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) for your firm. You are to make the best alternative decisions to determine the cost of common equity, the cost of preferred equity, and the cost of debt by choosing the appropriate approaches and capital structure weights to each of the three components of the cost of capital. This should be done on an MS Excel spreadsheet generally following the steps we discussed in class. You may use Chapter 14 of the recommended text (Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, by Ross, Westerfield, Jordan; following the example in of this textbook for Eastman Chemical on pp. 459-462 of the 10th standard edition. When done with the analysis, write a brief summary of your company’s weighted cost of capital. Save this to your MS Excel Workbook in separate worksheet and save in group space in Bb.
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1. You want your all-equity (no debt) firm to provide a return on equity of 13.5%. If total assets are $375,000, how much must be generated in net income to make this target? a. $50,6 25 b. $43,4 05
1. You want your all-equity (no debt) firm to provide a return on equity of 13.5%. If total assets are $375,000, how much must be generated in net income to make this target? a. $50,6 25 b. $43,4 05 c. $41,2 34 d. $45,6 89 e. $48,0 94 2. If the discount rate is 5.5%, the present value of $5,000 obtained 25 years from today would be worth a. $1,183. 33 b. $1,311. 17 c. $1,067. 95 d. $1,124. 16 e. $1,245. 61 3. Brown Office Supplies recently reported $15,500 of sales, $8,250 of operating costs other than depreciation, and $1,750 of depreciation. It had $9,000 of bonds outstanding that carry a 7.0% interest rate, and its federal-plus-state income tax rate was 40%. How much was the firm's earnings before taxes (EBT)? a. $5,1 14 b. $4,6 27 c. $5,3 69 d. $5,6 38 e. $4,8 70 4. What’s the future value of $1,500 after 5 years if the appropriate interest rate is 6%, compounded semiannually, and rounded to the nearest dollar? a. $1,8 19 b. $2,1 17 c. $1,9 15 d. $2,2 23 e. $2,0 16 5. Acme Inc had a total assets turnover of 1.33 and an equity multiplier of 1.75. Although it had net income of $10,600 on $295,000 of sales, a private equity firm thinks it could have had a net income $10,250 greater just by cutting costs. If this is possible, how much greater would be the return on equity? Hint: DuPont! a. 7.2 8% b. 9.7 9% c. 6.5 5% d. 8.9 0% e. 8.0 9% 6. What is the value of a 20-year, noncallable bond with an annual coupon rate of 9.5%, but making semiannual interest payments? The bond has a face value of $1,000, and you require an annual 8.4% discount rate for this investment. a. $1,190.7 1 b. $1,105.6 9 c. $1,220.4 8 d. $1,133.3 4 e. $1,161. 67 7. Weir Incorporated has sales of $200,000 and accounts receivable of $18,500. You can easily show that its DSO is well over the industry average of 27 days. Suppose that it speeds up collection, matches the industry average, and manages to earn 8% interest on the cash not tied up in receivables. What would be the savings per year? Assume that sales are not affected by the tighter credit. a. $267. 54 b. $241. 45 c. $281. 62 d. $254. 16 e. $296. 44 8. What is the present value at 6% discount of a cash flow at t = 1 of $1,000 followed by three more consecutive cash flows of $2,000 (at t = 2, 3, and 4). Hint: First draw a time diagram, then use the formula for PV of an annuity followed by a single discount to year 0. a. $6,6 00 b. $6,9 30 c. $7,2 77 d. $6,2 86 e. $5,9 87 9. If you deposit $1,500 in your bank at 3.5% interest compounded annually, after five years you will have a. $1,964. 14 b. $2,165. 46 c. $1,781. 53 d. $2,062. 34 e. $1,870. 61 10. What is the present value of 30 consecutive annual payments of $100, made at the end of each year, when the discount rate is 9%? a. 1,027.37 b. 13,630.81 c. 1326.77 d. 39,803.36 e. 2606.54 11. Acme Incorporated had $10,750 of sales, $5,500 of operating costs, and $1,250 of depreciation. The company had $3,500 of debt for which it pays 6.25% interest per year. Its total tax rate was 35%. During the same period, the firm spent $1,550 on required fixed assets and additional operating working capital. What was its free cash flow? a. $1,9 72 b. $2,0 76 c. $2,1 85 d. $1,8 73 e. 2300 12. What is the price of a zero coupon (1,000 face value) bond with FIVE years to maturity when the required rate of return is 6%? a. $923.3 6 b. $747.2 6 c. $813.3 5 d. $677.2 0 e. $1120. 35 13. If the stated or nominal interest rate (APR) is 18.00% to be compounded monthly, what is the EFF (also called EAR)? a. 22.6 5% b. 19.5 6% c. 18.5 8% d. 21.5 7% e. 20.5 4% 14. ABC's net income had $1,250,000. If it had a dividend payout of 45% and has 225,000 shares outstanding, what were the annual dividends per share? a. $2. 26 b. $2. 50 c. $2. 63 d. $2. 38 e. $2. 14 15. Suppose that Acme Inc. had a net income of $19,000 on sales of $325,000 and total assets are $250,000 at the end of the fiscal year. The firm's debt to assets ratio was 45.0%. What is the return on equity? (hint use the DuPont relationship) a. 16.0 0% b. 16.8 0% c. 13.8 2% d. 14.5 1% e. 15.2 3%
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_____ occur(s) when the defendant acts in a way that subjects other people to an unreasonable risk of harm. Strict-liability torts Negligent torts Intentional torts Battery
_____ occur(s) when the defendant acts in a way that subjects other people to an unreasonable risk of harm.   Strict-liability torts   Negligent torts   Intentional torts   Battery                                         
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Which of the following defines a Strict-liability tort? The defendant takes an action intending certain consequences. The defendant acts in a certain way that subjects other people to an unreas
Which of the following defines a Strict-liability tort?   The defendant takes an action intending certain consequences.   The defendant acts in a certain way that subjects other people to an unreasonable risk of harm.   The defendant takes an action that is inherently dangerous.   The defendant is sued by the state.                                         
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A firm in Illinois is in dispute over a contract with a firm in Utah. They decide to litigate to solve the dispute under the laws of the state of Illinois. This is an example of the usage of: the
A firm in Illinois is in dispute over a contract with a firm in Utah. They decide to litigate to solve the dispute under the laws of the state of Illinois. This is an example of the usage of:   the choice-of-law clause.   forum selection agreement.   political question doctrine.   forum non conveniens.                                         
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Which of the following falls under the ‘core labor standards’ of the International Labor Organization (ILO)? Prohibition of slavery. Free choice of employment. Reasonable limitation on worki
Which of the following falls under the ‘core labor standards’ of the International Labor Organization (ILO)?   Prohibition of slavery.   Free choice of employment.   Reasonable limitation on working hours.   Right to engage in collective bargaining.                                         
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In which of the following cases is the CISG applicable? U.S. trading with India U.S. trading with U.K. U.S. trading with Brazil U.S. trading with Australia
In which of the following cases is the CISG applicable?   U.S. trading with India   U.S. trading with U.K.   U.S. trading with Brazil   U.S. trading with Australia                                         
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