Practice Exam 1 BF3220
1. You purchase a four bedroom home in Clintonville, Ohio, for $248,000, make a 20% down
payment, and obtain a 25 year mortgage with APR of 7.5% with monthly payments for the
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Chapter 11 problems
1. The Scarlet Knight Armor Company, which caters to organizations that do reenactments
of Middle Age battles, currently sells for $35.00 per share. It will give a quarterly
divide
Exam 1
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Chapter 1- Corporate Finance and the Financial Manager
Definitions
Finance The study of how we allocate our assets over time in a risky world.
For an individual, it is the study of h
Chapter 6: Bonds
6.1: Bond Terminology
Bond certificate: States the terms of a bond as well as the amounts and dates of all
payments to be made
Maturity date: The final repayment date of a bond.
Term:
Directions: below I supply you with a prompt (context and guidance) and a thesis (a brief
summary of the argument that a written document seeks to make) and some additional text to
read. Read and cons
Chapter 11 problems
1. The Scarlet Knight Armor Company, which caters to organizations that do reenactments
of Middle Age battles, currently sells for $35.00 per share. It will give a quarterly
divide
Ch. 10 Problems
1. In the year just ended, the Madison Badger Memorabilia Company, Inc., had sales of
$465,000. It expects sales to grow by 10% in the coming year, by 8% the next year, and
by 6% per y
Chapter 5:
Interest rates
Business Finance 3220
Cash flows and rates
Up until now, you have been given example where
the cash flows and the rate have the same time
period. Annual CFs with annual rate
BUSFIN3220
Autumn 2013
Course Syllabus
Professors:
Lectures:
Prof. Jay Wellman ([email protected])
Office: 850 Fisher Hall Phone: 292-4586
Office hours: W 1-3pm or by appt.
Recitations:
Prof.
Chapter 7 problems
1. Suppose a company will pay a $3.20 annual dividend on its common stock over the
coming year, and management plans on raising this dividend by 6 percent per year
indefinitely. If
Chapter 5 Problems
1. You have just arranged for a $750,000 mortgage to finance the purchase of a large
tract of land. The mortgage has an 8.1% APR, and it calls for monthly payments
over the next 30
BF3220 Practice Final Exam. Choose the best answer.
1.
Profitable Ventures, Inc. has the following capital structure. The
common stock is valued at $40,300,000. The market return is 13%,
beta for the
Practice Final Solutions
1 Common Stock Market Value:
Preferred Stock Market Value:
Debt Market Value:
Total Firm Value
40300000 -Given in problem
20000000 =$20 per share * 1 million shares
30960000 =