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    Econ 301 Problem Set 1

    Econ 301B Winter 2012 Problem Set 1 Due date: Monday, January 23 in class 1. Suppose the country of Utopia has a population of 1,000 and produces only three goods: T-shirts, cars and pineapples. Assume that Utopia does not trade with other countries. The production amounts and prices (in US Dollars) for 2009, 2010 and 2011 are given in the table below: Year 2009 2010 2011 Quantity of Tshirts 10,000 9,500 10,500 Price of Tshirts Quantity of cars Price of cars Quantity

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    Problem Set II Jonathan Sestito ACC 300 Nov 19, 2012 Arnold Gilbo Problem Set II P2-6A | 2011 | 2012 | A) Earnings per share | $60,000/30,000Shares | = $2.00 | $70,000/33,000Shares | = $2.12 | B) Working Capital | ($20,000 + $62,000 + $73,000) – ($ 70,000) | = $85,000 | ($28,000 + $70,000 + $90,000) – ($75,000) | = $113,000 | C) Current Ratio | $155,000/$70,000 | = 2.2:1 | $188,000/$75,000 | = 2.5:1 | D) Debt to Total Assets Ratio | $160,000/$685,000 | = 23.4% | 155,000/760,000

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    CSP Problem Set 6.1 How many solutions are there for the map-coloring problem in Figure 6.1? How many solutions if four colors are allowed? Two colors? Answer: we are looking at a map of Australia showing each of its states and territories, as in Figure 6.1, and that we are given the task of coloring each region either red, green, or blue in such a way that no neighboring regions have the same color. To formulate this as a CSP, we define the variables to be the regions: WA, NT, Q

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    Econ 2101 Problem Set 6

    Econ 2101 - Hovander Problem Set 6 - Solutions 1) Define the hypothesis of (eventually) diminishing marginal product both mathematically and verbally. Does this hypothesis hold in the short run or the long run? Explain. The long run is defined as a period of time sufficiently long so that all inputs to production can be freely varied. In contrast, the short run is a period of time sufficiently short so that at least one input is fixed (cannot be varied). For simplicity, let’s make the standard assumption

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    Unit 1 Problem Set 1: Scientific Method Applied Problem Sets

    Unit 1 Problem Set 1: Scientific Method Applied Problem Sets Problem Set 1 1. A Null Hypothesis refers to a hypothesis that is going to be, or needs to be tested for validity. According to Wikipedia, a Null Hypothesis also refers to the testing of sets of data that appear to have no correlation together that need validation. This is critical in the scientific method because it constitutes whether or not theories that are formulated are correct, incorrect, or in need of adjustments/edits. When

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    Unit 2 Problem Set 1

    1. Refer to Problem 1.8 on page 59 of the Hubbard/O’Brien textbook. To answer questions a, b, and c, carefully study the graph and identify the points that are unattainable, efficient, and inefficient. Be sure to explain how you identified the points in each case. To answer question d, note that the graph shows the trade-off between producing capital goods (machines, tools, and factories) and producing consumption goods (food, clothing, and movies); which of these will add to an economy’s ability

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    Problem Set I

    Problem Set I Stephen Collum ACC 300 6/17/2013 Paulette Mack P1-3A On June 1, Beardsley Service Co. was started with an initial investment in the company of $22,100 cash. Here are the assets and liabilities of the company at June 30, and the revenues and expenses for the month of June, its first month of operations: |Cash |$ 4,600 |Notes payable

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    Problem Set 2

    Problem Set 2 International Finance Shrikhande Fall 2006 SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS TO CHAPTER 4 PROBLEMS 1. From base price levels of 100 in 1987, West German and U.S. price levels in 1988 stood at 102 and 106, respectively. If the 1987 $/DM exchange rate was $0.54, what should the exchange rate be in 1988? In fact, the exchange rate in 1988 was DM 1 = $0.56. What might account for the discrepancy? (Price levels were measured using the consumer price index.) Answer. If e1981 is the dollar

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    Math Problem Set

    D)|0.292 atoms| E)|6.02 ´ 1023 atoms| 11.|A sample of air occupies 3.8 L when the pressure is 1.2 atm. What volume does it occupy at 6.6 atm? (The temperature is kept constant.)| A)|0.69 L| B)|20.9 L| C)|0.58 L| D)|30.1 L| 12.|Under what set of conditions would a gas be expected to behave most ideally?| A)|High temperature and high pressure| B)|Low temperature and low pressure.| C)|High temperature and low pressure| D)|Low temperature and high pressure| 13.|Calculate the density

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    Mba510 Problem Set 1

    Week 3 Problem Set 1: Chapter 3: 62, 72 62) The Citizens Banking Company is studying the number of times the ATM located in a Lob laws Supermarket at the foot of Market Street is used per day. Following are the numbers of times the machine was used over each of the last 30 days. Determine the mean number of times the machine was used per day. 83 64 84 76 84 54 75 59 70 6163 80 84 73 68 52 65 90 52 7795 36 78 61 59 84 95 47 87 60 Answer: The ATM machine was used a mean number of times 70.

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    Econ Problem Set Key

    their in-house consulting team estimated that the daily demand for Bagels in the area to be the following Q = -5P + 20Pp - 30Pc +5I Where P = the price of bagels, Pp = the price of pastries (each), Pc = the price of coffee (per cup), and I = Income (average annual per capita, for local residents in thousands of dollars) a. Comment on this estimated demand function. Are the parameters reasonable? Why or why not? (Restrict your commentary to the signs of the parameters) Reasonable

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    Problem Set 4

    Problem Set 4 Complete all questions listed below. Clearly label your answers. 1. What determines whether a financial asset is included in the M1 money supply? Why are interest-earning checkable deposits included in M1, whereas interest-earning savings accounts and Treasury bills are not? A financial assest is included in the M1 money supply when it can be quickly converted into the physical form of money, such as dollars and coins. Interested-earning checkable deposits are included because

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    Problem Set 2

    rate $10,960 0.598907104 $18,300 Recap of total costs Trophies Plaques Total Direct material costs $15,600 $20,625 $36,225 Direct labor costs $23,400 $19,500 $42,900 Total Direct $39,000 $40,125 $79,125 Set-up allocations Forming 3,077 8,923 12,000 Assembly 6,586 3,800 10,386 Supervision allocation Forming 6,774 16,226 23,000 Assembly 4,671 6,289 10,960 Total Costs $60,109 $75,362 $135,471

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    Operations Problem Set

    Problem Set Problem 1 The local distribution center of a major grocery chain sources frozen vegetable packets from a supplier in Lexington, Kentucky. The vegetable packets are packed in 500-packet cartons and the distribution center sources them at the rate of $375 per carton. The distribution center estimates the annual demand for the frozen vegetables to be 60000 cartons. The fixed cost of placing an order, including transportation costs, is $700. Given the warehousing and cold storage costs

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    Econ Problem Set 5

    Problem Set 5 Liberty University Feb 17 28, 2013 ECON 214 D14 Principles of Macroeconomics 1. What impact will an unanticipated increase in the money supply have on the real interest rate, real output, and employment in the short run? How will expansionary monetary policy affect these factors in the long run? Explain. When income rises, more people are placed in the region above the no tax due cutoff. Others find themselves pushed into a higher tax brackets. Therefore, the process

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    Problem Set P13-2a

    hire procedures, and policies for his preliminary success. * Peer Review Recommendations I made corrections to my CSA base on peer reviews from Bernadette Cortez, Brenda Kennedy, and Mrs. Beverly Raznoff. Corrections made: The introduction could include the summary to make the study more readable. made punctuations adjustments. Changed verb tenses from present to past tense. I disagreed with this peer statement- “The essay did not have much effect on me, it contained information

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    Problem Set Ii

    Problem Set II Lorena Jones ACC/300 July 28, 2014 Lisa Smith SIEVERT CORPORATION Balance Sheets December 31 Assets 2012 2011 Cash $ 28,000 $ 20,000 Receivables (net) 70,000 62,000 Other current assets 90,000 73,000 Long-term investments 62,000 60,000 Plant and equipment (net) 510,000 470,000 Total $760,000 $685,000 Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity Current liabilities $ 75,000 $ 70

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    Week 4 Problem Set

    "Prepare responses to Problem Sets P2-6A (Page 85-86), and P13-2A (Page 731-732), from Chapter 2 and 13 of Financial Accounting: Tools for business decision making (6th ed.) by John Wiley & Sons." P2-6A Condensed balance sheet and income statement data for Sievert Corporation "SIEVERT CORPORATION Balance Sheets December 31" Assets 2012 2011 Cash $28,000 $20,000 Receivables (net) 70,000 62,000 Other current assets 90,000

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    Econ 214 Problem Set

    Rachel Wilkinson ECON 214-B14 Prof. Kuo January 28, 2013 Problem Set 1 1) Real dollars for 2010 (largest to smallest real box office receipts, in millions) Star Wars ($1,661.9) E.T. ($903.8) Titanic ($816.4) Avatar ($773.3) Shrek 2 ($504.8) 2) employed, unemployed, or not in the labor force a. Beth is not working; she applies for a job at Wal-Mart last week and is awaiting the result of her application - unemployed b. Juan is vacation in Florida during a layoff at General

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    Math Problem Set

    is less polarized, and there is not enough electric force to pick up the paper. 1. I know I use the formula: DL  = aLoDT DL  = ? (Change in length of the slabs. We are solving for this.) a    =  12e-6 (Coefficient of expansion.) Lo   =  12 m  (Initial length of slabs.) DT  =  30 Cº (50Cº - 20Cº)  (Change in temperaure.  You only care about the hottest number since you are dealing with expansion.) I then had the formula: DL = 12e-6 *12 m * 30Cº DL = .0043 m DL = 4.3 cm 2. specific

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    Problem Set 3 Econ 214

    Problem Set 3 1. Will increases in government spending financed by borrowing help promote a strong recovery from a severe recession. Why or why not? * Yes. The Keynesian view that private spending will decline during a recession and that the government needs to expand its spending in order to restart the private sector. 2. Does fiscal policy have a strong impact on aggregate demand? Did the shift of the federal budget from deficit to surplus during the 1990s weaken aggregate demand

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    Acc 300 Problem Set 2

    Problem Set II P2-6A A. Earnings per share. | | Earnings per share = Net income/Average No. of outstanding shares | | 2011-$2.00 = 60,000/30,0002012- $2.12=70,000/33,000 | | B. Working capital. | | Working capital = current assets - current liabilities | | 2011- 85,000 = 155,000-70,0002012- 113,000 = 188,000- 75,000 | | C. Current ratio. | | Current ratio = Current assets/Current liability | | 2011 :2.2 =155,000/70,0002012: 2.5 = 188,000/75,000 | | D. Debt to total

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    Problem Set 4 Macro Economics

    ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Problem Set 4- Part A Table of Contents Part 1 of 1 - | Question 1 of 5 | 10.0 Points | Joe quits his computer programming job, where he was earning a salary of $50,000 per year, to start . He opens his own computer software business store in a building that he owns and was previously renting out for $24,000 per year. In his first year of business he has the following expenses: mortgage $18,000, salary paid to himself

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    Problem Set I Mba 510

    Problem Set#1 Answers University Of Phoenix Chapter 1 No.10 a) Nominal – closing stock prizes given for the most researched stocks on March 3, 2008 in Forbes TMA $4.32 UTX $69.40 DBD $38.84 b) Ordinal - (Data taken from Forbes March 3, 2008) List of US cities in order as best places to get ahead are Stafford County, outside Washington

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem Set 1 MGT-309 – Intro to Logistics Management November 23, 2014 Cosme Lucio Professor Jerry Bilbrey 2a. 2*8*44,000=704,000 .12*.75=.09 704,000/.09= 7,822,222.222222222 = 2796.823595120404 = 2797 2b. Inventory Carrying Costs = (2,797/2)*0.75*12% = $125.87 Order Costs = (44,000/2797) = 15.73 = 16, 16*$8(per order) = $128.00 Transportation Costs = 44,000 units *0.05 per unit = 2,200 (Q=2,797) = 125.87+128+2,200= 2453.87 Inventory Carrying

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    Problem Set 3

    FNCE 101 Problem Set #3 Due: 11-5-12 1. A) The private savings would not change, in the long-run, because since consumers tend to be consumption-smoothers, there would be a natural switch from the consumption of foreign goods to the consumption of domestic goods. However, in the short-run, there would be a decrease in savings because the demand for domestic goods would increase thus increasing domestic prices and since consumers are consumption-smoothers, they would dip into private savings

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    Econ 213 Problem Set 4

    Problem Set 4 Name: ________Kristina Silva______________________________________ Problem Set 4 is to be completed by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8. 1. Movies are distributed in a variety of forms, not just first run theatrical presentations. What other ways are movies distributed? What are the different price points? Using this information, draw a fully labeled graph of the market for movies in which the distributor of the film price discriminates. (NOTE: This should

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    MGT 309 3 April 2015 Problem Set 1: Information and Forecasting 2. Mr. McNeely would have a major positive affect to his current means of ordering if he switches to Web-based ordering system. The following categories are where each positive change will occur: order accuracy, time, and quick filling of orders. The order accuracy will change due to the easily accessible selection capabilities that one can use while listening to an order being placed. The time category is due to the time reduction

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    Econ 214 Problem Set 5

    monetary stimulus, they must also plan to remove the stimulus in order to prevent future inflation. The problem for policymakers is in timing the policy. Early removal of monetary stimulus might result in a protracted recession, but maintaining low interest rates for too long will almost certainly lead to higher inflation. Too much reliance on monetary policy to reduce inflation can also lead to problems. Over the business cycle, if government uses expansionary fiscal policy to offset recessions and then

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    Econ 213 Problem Set 3

    Problem Set 3 Problem Set 3 is to be completed by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 6. 1. Data for the market for graham crackers is shown below. Calculate the elasticity of demand between the following prices. |Price of crackers |Quantity Demanded (per month) | |$3 |80 | |$2.5 |120 | |$2 |160

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    Problem Set 8

    must be no government rule/ technical constraints on new firms. • Knowledge: As with the perfectly competitive market, it is assumed that there is perfect knowledge in a perfectly contestable market. There are no problems of asymmetric information among the firms. Each firm has same set off information to base its decisions on. • Product: The firms can sell homogeneous good (as in perfect competition) or heterogeneous goods (which is common in oligopoly, and more common in real life). This differentiation

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    Problem Set 3

    Problem Set 3 Complete all questions listed below. Clearly label your answers. 1. Will increases in government spending financed by borrowing help promote a strong recovery from a severe recession. Why or why not? Answer: Keynesians believe that increases in government spending will add to total demand, and thereby help stimulate both production and employment. “Keynesians economists believe that increases in government spending financed by borrowing will increase aggregate demand”

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    Problem Set 1 Industrial Organization

    Problem Set 1 1. MPL = 30 MPL/MPK = w/r MPK = 24 r = 15 30/24 = w/15 w = 18.75 2a. A = E > C = B > D 2b. A = C > B 3a. Q = 5KLL w = 8 r = 15 MPL/MPK = w/r = 8/15 3b. rK = (15)(10) = 150 wL = 150 8L = 150 L = 18.75 4a. Q = 2KLLL K = 2 Q = 2(2)LLL = 4LLL At L = 1, Q = 4 At L = 2, Q = 32

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    Economics Problems Set 1

    MBA-FP6008: Assessment 1, Economics Problem Set 1 Dennis J. Johnson Capella University 08/12/2015 Problems A, B, and C Introduction This assessment will be an analysis of graphed data and changes in supply and demand for three economic problems. Problem A involves production possibilities for consumer and capital goods, problem B is an evaluation of changes in supply and demand equilibrium, and finally, problem C involves pricing with relevance to supply and demand. Successful completion

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem 1 a. What do you expect tuition and housing at top private schools to cost during Mary’s first year at college? PV=35,000; r=4%; N=18-5=13 FV=PV*(1+r)n =35,000*1+4%13 =58277.57 b. In nominal dollars, how much must be in the savings account on Mary’s 18th birthday after the last deposit has been made but before the first tuition and housing payment? PV18=58277.57; g=4%; r=10%*(1-τ)=10%*(1-30%)=7%; N=3 Pmt19=PV18*1+g=58277.57*1+4%=60608.67 The present value

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    Problem Set

    Problem 1 a. What do you expect tuition and housing at top private schools to cost during Mary’s first year at college? PV=35,000; r=4%; N=18-5=13 FV=PV*(1+r)n =35,000*1+4%13 =58277.57 b. In nominal dollars, how much must be in the savings account on Mary’s 18th birthday after the last deposit has been made but before the first tuition and housing payment? PV18=58277.57; g=4%; r=10%*(1-τ)=10%*(1-30%)=7%; N=3 Pmt19=PV18*1+g=58277.57*1+4%=60608.67 The present value

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem Set #1 Date 09/22/2015 Sayantani Nandy 1. Sign into Bloomberg and check IBM's page (IBM US Equity). Check Company Overview and then Company Management. Find the composition of the Management Team and the Board and check the backgrounds of the Chair as well as the top 3 longest serving board members. (a) How many of these three board members appear to be independent? (b) What are their compensations? (c) What other board memberships or executive positions do they hold? (d) Do you

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    Problem set 1 (*optional items) Questions and problems on global firms and governance, international monetary systems, forex markets, and parities. Global firms and governance: 1. How would you define and measure multinational corporations? A firm is called a MNC if it has controlling real assets or operating facilities in multiple countries. Operationally, it can be measured by the extent of “foreign content,” proxied by foreign sales ratios, foreign asset ratios, and foreign

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    Unit 1 Problem Set

    Luckus Little NT1230 Client Server Networking Unit 1 Problem Set 1 Lesson 1 1. the general public in the United States will be able to purchase all of the Windows 7 editions in retail stores except... Starter, Home basic and Enterprise. 2. the core module that provides all of the Windows 7 capability that isn't language- or edition-specific is called... MinWin Module. 3. When you copy a file to a library, Windows Explorer writes the file to the folder designated as the

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    BUS 431a: Investment and Portfolio Management SPRING 2013 Problem Set #5 (team work) 1. (15 points) Suppose the economy can be .in one of the following two states: (i) Boom or “good” state and (ii) Recession or “bad” state. Each state can occur with an equal opportunity (50%). The annual return on the market and a certain security X in the two states of the economy are as follows: • Market: at the end of the year, the market is expected to yield a return of 30% in the good state and

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    Problem Set

    Problem Set 1 1a. In Excel 1b. In Excel 1c. the excess rate of return on the market is 12-8=4 (Market Premium) The excess rate of return on the firm is: RFR + Alpha + Beta * Market Premium 0.08 + 0.24635305 + 1.475039082 * 0.04 = 0.385354613 2b. In Excel 2c. In Excel Degrees of Freedom is 23 @ 0.025 level of significance the critical t is 2.06866 The month coefficient is the only one that is not statistically significant. The t-stat falls within the critical t value. The coefficients

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem set 1 Exercise 1 Giving €10 to a friend does not affect GDP because it is just an exchange of paper and there is no new production. Because she loses the money, she cannot go to the movies, so she cannot consume anything. That transaction does not affect France's 2014 GDP. Expenditure: consumption in services increase by €50 (only the service fee and not the loan). Income side: wages and profits should increase by €50. Value added: services value added should increase by €50

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    Problem Set Ii

    Problem Set II Problem Set II P2-6A 2013 2014 A. Earnings per share $60,000/30,000 shares= $2.00 $70,000/33,000 shares= $2.12 B. Working capital ($20,000 + $62,000 + $73,000) ($28,000 + $70,000 + $90,000) – -$70,000=$85,000 $75,000 = $113,000 C. Current ratio $155,000/$70,000= 2.2:1 $188,000/$75,000= 2.5:1 D. Debt to

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    Problem Set 2

    Problem set 2 1) PA=FV(1+y1) 95.24=100(1+y1) Y1=5% PB=c(1+y1) +c+FV(1+y2)2 107.42=10(1+0.05) +10+100(1+y2)2 Y2=6% PC=c(1+y1) +c(1+y2)2+ c+FV(1+y3)3 140.51=20(1+0.05) +20(1+0.06)2+ 20+100(1+y3)3 Y3=5% PD=FV(1+y4)4 85.48=100(1+y4)2 Y4=4% 2) PE=c(1+y1) +c+FV(1+y2)2 FV=100 C=25 PE=25(1+0.05) +25+100(1+0.06)2=135.06 Build a replicating portfolio because arbitrage opportunity only available when selling bonds E and buying a replicating portfolio

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    Problem Set Solution 5

    Problem 2 - Problem 10-1: A project has an initial cost of $52,125, expected net cash inflows of $12,000 per year for 8 years, and a cost of capital of 12%. What is the project’s NPV? Answer: NPV = -$52,125 + $12,000[(1/i)-(1/(i*(1+i)n)] = -$52,125 + $12,000[(1/0.12)-(1/(0.12*(1+0.12)8)] = -$52,125 + $12,000(4.9676) = $7,486.20. Problem 3 - Problem 10-2: What is projects IRR? Answer: IRR = 16% Problem 4 - Problem 10-3: What is the projects MIRR? Answer: MIRR:

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    Complete the problem sets and show all steps in your work: • Ch. 17: Problem B1 • Ch. 18: Problems A10 & B2 • Ch. 20: Problem A2 • Ch. 21: Problem C2 Chapter 17 (p. 500) B1: A. The goal is for Bixton to remain comfortably in the “A” range. For this to work properly, the firm must avoid ratings on the low end of the scale. Fixed Charge Coverage = 3.40 – 4.30 Total Debt = 55 – 65 Long-Term Debt = 25 – 30 B. Other considerable factors before settling on the target range

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem Set 5: 1) Advantages include the fact that polyclonal is cheaper, a mixture of different antibodies are made while monoclonal is only one specific antibody (this might depend on the experiment as some might prefer different antibodies), and large quantities are made. Disadvantages are that the affinities of the antibodies differ, a good amount of a specific antibody can’t be made alone unlike monoclonal, it is less reliable, and the same sample can’t be guaranteed each time unlike the monoclonal

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    Problem Set 2

    Running head: PROBLEM SET I Problem Set I   Problem Set I 4-20 Juan’s Taco Company has restaurants in five college towns. Juan wants to expand into Austin and College Station and needs a bank loan to do this. Mr. Bryan, the banker, will finance construction if Juan can present an acceptable three-month financial plan for January through March. The following are actual and forecasted sales figures: Table 1 Actual November $120,000 December 140,000 Forecast January $190,000 February

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    Problem Set 1

    Problem Set 1 Problem 1 Which project should the firm select? Why? Project B: Managers should try to maximize their stock’s intrinsic value while also bringing in revenue. The P/E ratio shows the dollar amount investors will pay for $1 of current earnings. Problem 2 If most investors expect the same cash flows from Companies A and B but are more confident that A’s cash flows will be closer to their expected value, which company should have the higher stock price? Explain. The primary

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