Case Rules 032111

Case Rules 032111 - 4 The format of each case question is...

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Case Rules 1. An excel file must be submitted to my email address at [email protected] The spreadsheet should contain an assumptions section, a model section and a results section. The model section should contain only equations. Please do not include numbers within the model section; you should put those in the assumptions section. The ONLY time you can include numbers directly in the model is if you are listing the historical data as a reference, for example in forecasting an income statement, balance sheet or cash flow statement. EXCEL IS NOT A WORD PROCESSOR; PLEASE DO NOT USE IT AS ONE. Spreadsheets used as word processors or spreadsheets containing number values within the calculation portion of the spreadsheet will be returned to the student for modification. 2. Provide a brief summary of the case. 3. Cut and paste Excel tables into the case into the appropriate questions.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. The format of each case question is as follows: a) Write down the assumptions and time line (if a time line is applicable) b) Write down the appropriate equation (simply plugging into a calculator is not acceptable) c) Fill in the equation with the appropriate numbers and solve. (This may be done with a calculator). d) Provide a brief analysis of the result. 5. Other rules: a) Do not write on the back of the paper if you plan to hand the case in. Thursday, September 09, 2010 [Type text] 1 b) Follow the format above. c) If your writing is clear and legible, you can write the case out by hand, if not then please type. 6. If you need help on a problem, call me and I will help. Note: Please accumulate your questions, so that we can cover several in one call. My cell is 201-207-6437. Please let me know if you have any questions....
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course FIN 4405 taught by Professor Cowan during the Spring '11 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.

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Case Rules 032111 - 4 The format of each case question is...

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