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# Chapter 9

Course: ACCT 416, Winter 2010

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1.Suppose a stock had an initial price of \$95 per share, paid a dividend of \$2.00 per share during the year, and had an ending share price of \$114.Requirement 1: Compute the percentage total return. (Do not include the percent sign (%). Round your answe
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1.You own a portfolio that has \$2,700 invested in Stock A and \$3,800 invested in Stock B. Assume the expected returns on these stocks are 12 percent and 18 percent, respectively.Required: What is the expected return on the portfolio? (Do not include the
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1.Kings of Leon, Inc., has a book value of equity of \$64,500. Long-term debt is \$57,500. Net working capital, other than cash, is \$22,300. Fixed assets are \$92,100 and current liabilities are \$7,300.Requirement 1: How much cash does the company have? (D
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306: Floating Point, ASCII, Logical EquationsProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin2/2/2009 Derek Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 4AdministrationlMy office hoursl l lM 5PM-6PM T 5PM-6PM Or by appointment
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306: Floating Point, ASCII, Logical EquationsProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin2/2/2009 Derek Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 4AdministrationlMy office hoursl l lM 5PM-6PM T 5PM-6PM Or by appointment
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306:LogicalEquationsandGatesProf.DerekChiou UniversityofTexasatAustin Derek ChiouRecap&amp;OutlineRecap Outline Reviewfloatingpoint DiscussASCII Subtracting LogicalEquations Floatingpointwithanexponentofall1s Truthtablestologicalequations Continuingwi
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306: L ogical Equations, M emor y, a nd State M achinesPr of. Der ek Chiou Univer sit y of Texas at Aust in Derek ChiouA dminstr ationSyllabus r eminderht t p:/spr eadsheet s.google.com/ccc?key=p_AK 28TVsr Osmx-l2d2XfL Q2/9/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306
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306: 306:StateMachinesandthevon NeumannModelProf.DerekChiou UniversityofTexasatAustin Derek ChiouRecap Recap&amp;OutlineRecapTruthtablestologicalequations PLA RSLatch,GateDlatch,Register MemoryOutlineStatemachines2/9/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture
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306: State Machines and the von Neumann ModelProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouRecap &amp; OutlineRecap Truth tables to logical equations PLA R-S Latch, Gate D latch, Register MemoryOutlineState machines2/9/2009 Derek Chiou
University of Texas - EE - 306
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University of Texas - EE - 306
Lecture9:LC3,Running ProgramsProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAdministrationExam 1 will be March 4thAll material covered in class through Feb 25th could be on the test2/18/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 9Recap&amp;Outline
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Lecture10:ProgrammingProf.DerekChiou UniversityofTexasatAustin Derek ChiouRecap Recap&amp;OutlineRecapLC3continued ProblemSolvingOutlineProblemSolving(or,HowtoProgram)2/23/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 102The=Sign:indicatingequivalence, assignm
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Lecture10:ProgrammingProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouRecap&amp;OutlineRecap LC-3 continued Problem SolvingOutlineProblem Solving (or, How to Program)2/23/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 102The=Sign:indicatingequivalenc
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Lecture10:ProgrammingProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouRecap&amp;OutlineRecap LC-3 continued Problem SolvingOutlineProblem Solving (or, How to Program)2/23/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 102AdminstrationLab 1 will be i
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Lecture 11: Programming (2) and DebuggingProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouRecap &amp; OutlineRecap LC-3 FSM Problem Solving (or, How to Program)Outline Continue with Programming Intro to Debugging2/25/2009 Derek Chiou : EE
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Lecture 12: ReviewProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAdministrationExamTA has taken it, took her about 21 minutes for 6 problems. We are adding 3 more. Goal is that a TA can do the entire exam in less than 30 minutes You are a
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Lecture 15: I/O Continued, Stacks, and Subroutines/TRAPSProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAnnouncementsMy office hours next Monday (March 31st) are changedOffice hours moved to 2:15PM-3:15PMWho is not yet in a study group?C
University of Texas - EE - 306
Lecture16:Subroutines/TRAPs continuedProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAnnouncementsMy office hours next Monday (March 31st) are 5:30PM-6:30PM Dont forget about Lab 2!3/25/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 162Recap&amp;Outline
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Lecture 17: Review and Recursive FibProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAnnouncementsOffice Hours today 5PM-6:30PM3/30/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 172Recap &amp; OutlineRecap Finish subroutines TRAP handlers Recursive F
University of Texas - EE - 306
Lecture17:ReviewandRecursive FibProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAnnouncementsOffice Hours today 5PM-6:30PM3/30/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 172Recap&amp;OutlineRecap Finish subroutines TRAP handlers Recursive Fibonna
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Lecture18:BubbleSortand RecursiveFibProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAnnouncements Study Group at 5PM-6PM Tuesdays in my office No question too basic4/1/2009 Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 182Recap&amp;OutlineRecapReview Reg
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Lecture19:Traps,Interrupts, ProtectionProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAdministrationWill try Skype as a way to do study group Group chat (instant message) Group conversation One has said that Tuesday 5PM-6PM is not a good
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Lecture 19: Traps, Interrupts, ProtectionProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAdministrationWill try Skype as a way to do study group Group chat (instant message) Group conversation One has said that Tuesday 5PM-6PM is not a go
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Lecture20:ProtectionProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek ChiouAdministrationUsing Skype as an alternative to coming to office My username is derekchiou Feel free to call during office hours (MT 5PM-6PM) Exam 2 now scheduled for th
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Lecture 24: Introduction to Parallel ComputingProf. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek Chiou1Test of sizeAnnouncementsOffice hours MT 5PM-6PM as usual In addition, office hours as long as three of you sign up Google docs to sign upFi
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Lecture 25: Intro to Parallel Computing (2)Prof. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek Chiou1Test of sizeAnnouncementsOffice hours MT 5PM-6PM as usual In addition, office hours as long as three of you sign up Google docs to sign uphttp:
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Lecture 25: Intro to Parallel Computing (2)Prof. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin Derek Chiou1Test of sizeAnnouncementsOffice hours MT 5PM-6PM as usual In addition, office hours as long as three of you sign up Google docs to sign uphttp:
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306: Introduction to ComputingProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin1/21/2009 Derek Chiou Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 1Outline: Class IntroductionlIntroductionl l l l lInstructor &amp; TAs What Are You Su
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306: Bits and Data TypesProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin1/26/2009 Derek Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 2AdministrationlIll put up a survey to vote on my office hours Am working on a syllabus that inc
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306: Bits and Data TypesProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin1/28/2009 Derek Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 3AdministrationlA survey for my office hours has been posted A working syllabus that includes re
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306: Bits and Data TypesProf. to edit Master Click Derek Chiou subtitle style University of Texas at Austin1/28/2009 Derek Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 3AdministrationlA survey for my office hours has been posted A working syllabus that includes re
University of Texas - M - 408D
Dear Instructors and TA's for M408D, M408M, and the AP section of M427L, Please announce to your students in those classes that the Albert A. Bennett Calculus Prize Examination will be offered for them (except for a few who are ineligible - see below). Pr
University of Texas - M - 408D
In[1]:=In[2]:=Out[2]= Out[3]= Out[4]= Out[5]=eqn1 = x lambda eqn2 = y lambda 2 eqn3 = 2 x + y 100 Solve@8eqn1, eqn2, eqn3&lt;, 8lambda, x, y&lt;D x y lambda 2 lambda 100 2x+yHLagrange MultipliersL88lambda 25, x 25, y 50&lt;
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Descriptive Statistics for Test 1: Grades Part 1 (Friday)Variable Grades Variable Grades N 217 N* 0 Mean 71.59 SE Mean 1.53 StDev 22.51 Minimum 8.00 Q1 58.00 Median 76.00 Q3 88.00Maximum 112.00Stem-and-Leaf Display: GradesStem-and-leaf of Grades Leaf
University of Texas - M - 408D
University of Texas - M - 408D
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University of Texas - M - 408D
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Lecture18(Section11.3)Monday,October08,2007 12:52PMNew Section 1 Page 1
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Lecture33(Examples)MethodofLagrangeNew Section 1 Page 1Lecture33LagrangeMultipliersSunday,November23,2008 6:11PMNew Section 1 Page 2
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