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Unformatted text preview: Instructors Manual Contents Preface Alternative Formats for the Introductory Course v Contents of the Instructors Manual v Integrated Cases and Lecture Presentation Software v Electronic Slide Show vi Comprehensive/Spreadsheet Problems vii Spreadsheet Models vii World Wide Web Site vii NewsWire: Finance in the News viii Study Guide viii Test Bank viii Technology Supplement ix Instructors Resource CD-ROM ix Ordering Ancillary Materials ix Conclusion x Course Syllabus xi Course Schedule xv Answers to End-of-Chapter Problems xvii Chapter 1 An Overview of Financial Management 1 Chapter 2 Time Value of Money 7 Chapter 3 Financial Statements, Cash Flow, and Taxes 49 Chapter 4 Analysis of Financial Statements 73 Chapter 5 Financial Markets and Institutions 103 Preface iii Chapter 6 Interest Rates 117 Chapter 7 Bonds and Their Valuation 141 Chapter 8 Risk and Rates of Return 179 Chapter 9 Stocks and Their Valuation 213 Chapter 10 The Cost of Capital 243 Chapter 11 The Basics of Capital Budgeting 265 Chapter 12 Cash Flow Estimation and Risk Analysis 303 Chapter 13 Capital Structure and Leverage 341 Chapter 14 Distributions to Shareholders: Dividends and Share Repurchases 377 Chapter 15 Working Capital Management 403 Chapter 16 Financial Planning and Forecasting 431 Chapter 17 Multinational Financial Management 453 iv Preface Preface This preface explains how we have used Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Fifth Edition , and it then describes the instructional aids contained in the Instructors Manual or available separately from South-Western. Alternative Formats for the Introductory Course There is no one best way to teach the introductory finance classthe optimal course structure varies with students backgrounds, instructors interests, number of credit hours, and position of the course in the overall curriculum. Further, since these factors change over time, most of us vary our approaches from year to year. Still, you may find it useful to learn how Concise has been used at Florida and elsewhere. Concise was designed for use in the introductory undergraduate finance course. This course is typically taught in one term, although some schools cover the material in two terms. At Florida, we require a one-semester, 4- credit hour course that has approximately 58 fifty-minute class periods. Our syllabus is provided later in this manual. Contents of the Instructor s Manual This Instructors Manual contains Learning Objectives, Lecture Suggestions, Answers to End-of-Chapter Questions, Solutions to End-of-Chapter Problems, Solutions to Comprehensive/Spreadsheet Problems, and complete restatement and full solution to the Integrated Cases. In addition, at the end of this preface we complete restatement and full solution to the Integrated Cases....
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