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Chapter 001 Introduction to Corporate Finance Multiple Choice Questions 1. The person generally directly responsible for overseeing the tax management, cost accounting, financial accounting, and data processing functions is the: a. treasurer. b. director. C . controller. d. chairman of the board. e. chief executive officer. SECTION: 1.1 TOPIC: CONTROLLER TYPE: DEFINITIONS 2. The person generally directly responsible for overseeing the cash and credit functions, financial planning, and capital expenditures is the: A . treasurer. b. director. c. controller. d. chairman of the board. e. chief operations officer. SECTION: 1.1 TOPIC: TREASURER TYPE: DEFINITIONS 3. The process of identifying projects which will produce positive cash flows is called: a. working capital management. b. financial depreciation. c. agency cost analysis. D . capital budgeting. e. capital structure. SECTION: 1.1 TOPIC: CAPITAL BUDGETING TYPE: DEFINITIONS 1-1
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Chapter 001 Introduction to Corporate Finance 4. The mix of debt and equity capital for a firm is referred to as the firm's: a. working capital management. b. cash management. c. cost analysis. d. capital budgeting. E . capital structure. SECTION: 1.1 TOPIC: CAPITAL STRUCTURE TYPE: DEFINITIONS 5. The management of a firm's short-term assets and liabilities is called: A . working capital management. b. debt management. c. equity management. d. capital budgeting. e. capital structure. SECTION: 1.1 TOPIC: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT TYPE: DEFINITIONS 6. A business owned by a solitary individual is called a: a. corporation. B . sole proprietorship. c. general partnership. d. limited partnership. e. limited liability company. SECTION: 1.2 TOPIC: SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP TYPE: DEFINITIONS 1-2
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Chapter 001 Introduction to Corporate Finance 7. A business formed by two or more individuals who each have unlimited liability for all of the firm's business debts is called a: a. corporation. b. sole proprietorship. C . general partnership. d. limited partnership. e. limited liability company. SECTION: 1.2 TOPIC: GENERAL PARTNERSHIP TYPE: DEFINITIONS 8. The division of profits and losses among the members of a partnership is formalized in the: a. indemnity clause. b. indenture contract. c. statement of purpose. D . partnership agreement. e. group charter. SECTION: 1.2 TOPIC: PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT TYPE: DEFINITIONS 9. A business partner whose potential financial loss in the firm will not exceed his or her investment is called a: a. generally partner. b. sole proprietor. C . limited partner. d. corporate partner. e. zero partner. SECTION: 1.2 TOPIC: LIMITED PARTNER TYPE: DEFINITIONS 1-3
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Chapter 001 Introduction to Corporate Finance 10. A business created as a distinct legal entity composed of one or more individuals or entities is called a: A . corporation. b. sole proprietorship. c. general partnership. d. limited partnership. e. unlimited liability company. SECTION: 1.2
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