3531 Assignment 2.S11

3531 Assignment 2.S11 - York University Faculty of Liberal...

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York University Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies AP/ADMS 3531, Summer 2011 Irvin Pestano Homework Assignment #2 This assignment consists of 6 questions on 4 pages, including this page. Your answers are due in class on Tuesday, July 12 (Section A) and on Wednesday, July 13 (Section B). This is not a group project! Work by yourself, and your answers must be handwritten. Please keep a photocopy of your answers. Your photocopy will allow you to check your work, and will also serve as proof that you handed in the assignment. This assignment will be graded on a 100-point scale, and will be worth 5% of your course grade. Please sign the personal work statement in the box below and include it with your assignment. (It is recommended that you print out this entire page and staple it in front of your answers.) Personal Work Statement I, the undersigned: warrant that the work submitted herein is my work and not the work of others acknowledge that I have read and understood the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty (see http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php?document=69 ) acknowledge that it is a breach of the University Regulations to give or receive unauthorized assistance on a graded piece of work Name (typed or printed) York Student # Signature Please circle your section: Section A, Tuesday 4 pm Section B, Wednesday 7 pm
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- 2 - Guidelines for rounding: If you are using percents, for example 13.56%, then you should use two decimal places for your calculations. If the same number is converted to decimal form, as 0.1356, then use four decimal places throughout your calculations. Dollar amounts, for example a share price of $19.79, should be rounded to the nearest cent. However, if there are no pennies, such as 100 shares worth $18 per share, then use integer dollar amounts. Question 1
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