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The Petroleum Institute - MEEG - 374
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ENGR 111, Fall 2011 QUIZ 1 ANSWER KEY October 3, 2011 1. A business owned by a single individual is called a: A. corporation. B. sole proprietorship. C. general partnership. D. limited partnership
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ENGR 111, Fall 2011October 10, 2011QUIZ 2 ANSWER KEY1. Projected future financial statements are called:A. plug statements.B. pro forma statements.C. reconciled statements.D. aggregated statements.E. none of the above2. A _ standardizes items on
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Chapter10Risk and Return: Lessons from Market HistoryMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsKnow how to calculate the return on aninvestment Know how to calculate the standard d
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Chapter11Return and Risk: The Capital Asset PricingModelMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsKnow how to calculate expected returns Know how to calculate covariances,correlat
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Chapter8Interest Rates and Bond ValuationMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsKnow the important bond features and bond types Understand bond values and why they fluctuate Und
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Chapter9Stock ValuationMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsUnderstand how stock prices depend on futuredividends and dividend growth Be able to compute stock prices using the
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Chapter 9Stock ValuationMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsUnderstand how stock prices depend on futuredividends and dividend growth Be able to compute stock prices using th
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Chapter 8Interest Rates and Bond ValuationMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsKnow the important bond features and bond types Understand bond values and why they fluctuate Un
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6.4 Other Methods for Computing OCFBottom-Up ApproachWorks only when there is no interest expense OCF = NI + depreciationTop-Down ApproachOCF = Sales Costs Taxes Do not subtract non-cash deductionsTax Shield ApproachOCF = (Sales Costs)(1 T) + Depr
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Chapter6Making Capital Investment DecisionsMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsUnderstand how to determine the relevant cashflows for various types of capital investments Be
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Appendix4ANet Present Value: First Principles of FinanceMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsUnderstand the theoretical foundations of theNet Present Value (NPV) rule4A-2Appe
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Chapter3Financial Statements Analysis and Long-TermPlanningMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsKnow how to standardize financial statementsfor comparison purposes Know how t
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Chapter1Introduction to Corporate FinanceMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and Skills Knowthe basic types of financial managementdecisions and the role of the Financial Manager Know
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Chapter2Financial Statements and Cash FlowMcGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2010 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Key Concepts and SkillsUnderstand the information provided byfinancial statements Differentiate between book and market
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Warm-up problems.Set A: cfw_10%,20%,30% Set B: cfw_20%,30%,40%, I am assuming that you familiar with basic statistical calculations1. Calculate the mean of set A2. Calculate the variance of set A3. Calculate the standard deviation of set A and set B
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Recap of Last WeekLook up: Example 6.11 in the textbook.Look up: Chapter 7, #10.Look up: Handouts Section of CoursewebQuestion on Calculating NPV and IRR for a ReplacementCasesCaseResultPurely CompetitiveFirm cannot adjust prices. PriceTaker.Mo
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Review Problems1.I have a zero-coupon bond with a face value of \$1000. It matures in 5 years. With a yield tomaturity of 5%, what is it worth right now?1000/(1+0.05)^52.My bond has a yield to maturity of 5%, annual payments of \$50, and a \$1500 face
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Chapter 5: NPV and Other RulesUnder what cases does payback perform poorly? (Circle all that apply)11AgainstAgainst1Both of these cases dont work. You should be careful about using payback because it does notconsider timing of subsequent cash flow
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Discussion Questions1. I've invented a great game. If you roll 1-3 on a dice, I give you \$10. If you roll 4-6, you give me\$20. Isn't this a great game? Why don't you play?(0.5)(+10) + (0.5)(-20) = -5 . Not worth it, negative value2. I have a zero-coup
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YearFace Value012345Coupon0000010000100100100100100PARAMETERSDiscount RateCoupon RateOUTPUTNPV Face ValueNPV CouponsBond Value10.00%10.00%620.9213231379.07867691000
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Chapter 2: Business RelationshipsCashAccounts PayableInventoryOthersFixed AssetsIntellectual PropertyOwnersChapter 2: Balance SheetsAssets10Cash10A/R10Inventory10Property10IP_50Total AssetsLiabilitiesA/PLT Liabilities1010Equity
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Income StatementSalesCostsTaxable IncomeTaxesNet IncomeNet Income% to Shareholders\$ to ShareholdersThis YearNext Years500.005154004121001033435.026667.9867.9833.3322.657734This Year40.00250.00250.00Next YearTotal DebtEquityS
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External Financing NeededPro-Forma Balance Sheet &amp; Income StatementSpon Liab Assets Sales Sales ( PM Projected Sales) (1 d )Sales Sales ROA bInternal Growth Rate1 - ROA bSustainable Growth Rate ROE b1 - ROE bMake sure you broadly understand
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Discussion 1 - OutlineIntroductoryIntroductoryRemarksCourseCourseFormatCourseCourseSurveyMichael Tu (emtu@ucla.edu)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday9:00-9:50 AM10:00-10:50AM11-11:50 AM4:50-5:50pm(BH 4404)WeekImportant DatesAssign
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REVIEWALL _MARKET HYPOTHESIS.IS EMBEDDED WITHIN THE VALUE OF THE STOCK IN THE EFFICIENT(A) Current information(B) Past information(C) Future informationI F THE MONEY IN SUPPLY IS \$ 1000, A ND THE AMOUNT DEPOSITED IS \$ 100, W HAT IS THE RESERVEREQU
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FILL IN THE BLANK AND DEFINEReal and Financial MarketReal market: where goods are actually exchanged.Financial market: investing/financing operations.Principals and AgentsPrincipals: Stockholders/owners of the company.Agents: those who execute the w
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Discussion Sheet 210/07/2011Week 2: Interpreting Accounting Statements TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanKey Principal: Accounting rules often lead to a mismatch between the true cash flow ofa firm and its accounting revenue. For example revenue is recogni
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Discussion Sheet 4Week 6: Capital Budgeting and Decision Making10/28/2011TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanReplacement Analysis: This was not covered in class but is testable material.Replacement Analysis is used to determine when a machine should be repl
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Week 7 Discussion Handout: Project Evaluation11/3/2011TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanExample: (Ch 7, 11)A project has a required return of R an initial cost of I and usesstraight line depreciation over N years. It has no salvage value and no net working
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Discussion Sheet 210/14/2011Week 3: Financial Planning Models, Present Value TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanPercent of Sales and Pro Forma statements: Pro Forma statements are usefu formaking projections about future capital requirements. The percent of
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Discussion Sheet 310/21/2011Week 4: Valuation Techniques, Capital Budgeting TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanThe following example will illustrate various capital budgeting techniques and theirassociated advantages and disadvantages.Example Corporation w
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DiscussionWeek 10: Return and Risk10/21/2011TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanRisk and Return: All risky assets have a variety of possible returns. The greater thevariation the more riskier the asset (quantified by standard deviation.) Risk is a negative
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Discussion Sheet 1Week 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance09/30/2011TA: Ravichandran RamakrishnanCorporate Finance deals with how businesses make monetary decisions (raising funds,making investment decisions, etc.)Agency Problem occurs when a perso
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Market Value MeasuresMarket Capitalization = Price per share * # Shares OutstandingP/E Ratio = Price Per Share / Earnings Per ShareMarket to Book Ratio = Market Value per Share / Book Value per ShareEnterprise Value = Market Capitalization + Market Va