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Unformatted text preview: MGMT 310, Spring 2010 Midterm #1 NAME: Section # Name (no nicknames, please): Circle your Section #2 002 003 004
(1:30—2:45) (3:00—4:15) (4:30—5:45) 1. You are only allowed to have with you a pen/pencil and a calculator (no books, notes,
computers, phones, etc). Extra scratch paper will be provided if you need it. You must have
your own calculator (no sharing). 2. Round your answers to the nearest three decimal places, and write your ﬁnal answer in
the provided square(s). You must show your work, where applicable, to receive credit! 3. You have from 8:00 — 9:30 pm to complete the exam. There are 6 pages and 15 questions (plus one optional bonus question). Maximum possible score is 52.5 out of 50. True/False and Multiple Choice (1.5 points each / Total = 9 points) 1. Earnings management is when managers use their discretion to make True @
accounting choices that depict the true ﬁnancial condition of the ﬁrm. 2. If net income is positive, then cash ﬂow to shareholders must be positive. True Es; 3. Addition to Retained Earnings is the portion of net income that is not paid Qua False
out as dividends. 4. Market value of shareholders’ equity can sometimes be negative. True @se) 5. One assumption/constraint in deriving the Internal Growth Rate is that the True False
ﬁrm cannot issue any debt or equity. 6. If the ﬁrm purchases inventory with cash, then the Current Ratio... A) increases B) decreases @e same D) not enough info. 1 out of6 MGMT 310, Spring 2010 Midterm #1 NAME: Section # 7. Investment X promises to pay you $100 per year forever. The ﬁrst payment will be made in
three years (at F3). What is the present value of all future cash ﬂows from this investment if the
relevant annual discount rate is 10%? (4 points) Final Answer: :9 z 1000 W q;
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savings account. If your bank offers you an effective annual rate of 3%, then how much money
will you have in your account at time t= 20? (4 points) Final Answer:
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pays you 5% annually on your savings deposits, and will lend you money at a rate of 10%
annually. What is the maximum amount you can spend today (you are ok with spending nothing
next year)? Assume that all given rates here are effective annual rates. (4 points) Final Answer: /.I A“: $7010“ lgCIVOCLO‘H 10. Your bank offers you a 4% APR compounded quarterly. What is the effective annual rate? (4 points)
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Depreciation 2,000 Z ‘4 0
Earnings before interest and taxes 10,000 I L :0 0
Interest paid (10% of LTD) 1,500 42.9.2.—
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12. (Total = 3 points) What was the dividend payout ratio in 2009? Final Answer;
A2€=AKE=ZUD O (0 12,10 QDFK:' ggzgt .9 or 13. (Total = 12 points) For your 2010 Pro Formas, assume now that the dividend payout ratio is 70%.
Sales are projected to increase by 20%. Cost of goods sold, general/admin. expenses, depreciation, current
assets, and ﬁxed assets will increase at the same rate as sales. The annual interest rate on long—term debt is
10%. Suppose that the ﬁrm is not allowed to issue any new longterm debt, and wants to maintain a
constant current ratio. The ﬁrm can issue equity as a last resort. Provide the following based on your 2010 Pro Forma statements: 2010 Pro Forma. .. (3 points each) Current 3, O O O
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page. 14. What was the net capital spending (i.e., net capital expenditures) for 2009? (3 points) Final Answer: Met CAPE/X 2 (EPA ‘V 5% $7, 000» ; €000 t 1000
= $ ’7 (>00 15. The 2009 ﬁnancial statements reﬂect that the ﬁrm made $20,000 in sales with $30,000 in
ﬁxed assets. Suppose the ﬁrm had been operating at only 60% of ﬁxed asset capacity. What would sales be at 80% capacity? (3 points)
Final Answer: 20,000: €07“ PCS zseec. gee. 5 out of6 MGMT 310, Spring 2010 Midterm #1 NAME: Section # **(Optional) Bonus Question (2.5 points) Real spending refers to your inﬂation adjusted spending. That is, if the annual rate of inﬂation is
5%, then $1.00 today buys the same amount of goods as $1.05 next year. You are retiring today, and you currently have $200,000. You anticipate that, starting today, you
will need to pull out money every year for the next 10 years (i.e., you need to pull out money at
times t = 0, 1, 2, 3, ..., 10).Your bank will lend you money at a rate of 10% annually, and will
pay you interest of 5% annually on your deposits. You want to spend as much as possible,
keeping your real spending (i.e., inﬂationadjusted spending) the same across periods. The
current annual inﬂation rate is 3%. You may assume that all given rates here are effective annual rates . A) How much will you spend at time t = 0, and B) how much will you spend at time t = 10? Final Answer (Part A): imawwtb WLJQAHV. : W StPE/Mﬂ‘r‘kg
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