Appendix E
1. Why do corporations generally invest in debt or equity securities?
a. They have excess cash.
b. They want to generate earnings from investment income.
c. They invest for strategic reasons.
d. All of the above.
2. When investing excess cash f
Appendix D
1. Dick and Jane Smith invested $10,000 in a savings account paying 5% annual interest
when their son, Jason, was born. They also deposited $500 on each of his birthdays until
he was 20 (including his 20th birthday). Dick and Jane have obtained
Chapter 10
1. Which of the following is not an advantage of issuing bonds instead of common
stock?
a. Stockholder control is not affected.
b. Earnings per share on common stock may be lower.
c. Tax savings result.
d. Each of the above is an advantage.
2.
Chapter 11 Behind the Supply Curve: Inputs and Costs
Lecture Notes
Total Revenue, Total Cost, Profit
We assume that the firms goal is to maximize profit.
Costs: Explicit vs. Implicit
Explicit costs require an outlay of money,
Implicit costs do not require
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CONTENTS
Description of the Business .
1
Operations .
1
General Ledger .
3
Accounts Receivable Ledger.20
Accounts Payable Ledger.23
General Instructions and Transactions for January.25
January Analysis.27
General Instructions and T
Chapter 13 Outline
Correlation and Linear Regression
I.
Correlation Analysis Quantitative Variables
a. Scatterplot
b. Correlation Coefficient
II.
Determining the Regression Equation
a. Estimated Equation
b. Prediction
III.
Measures of Variation
a. Sum of
Chapter 11 Outline
Two Sample Tests of Hypothesis
I.
Comparing Means of two independent populations unknown
a. Hypothesis Testing
b. Confidence Interval
II.
Comparing Means of two related populations
a. Paired t-test
b. Confidence Interval
III.
Comparing
Chapter 10 Outline
One Sample Tests of Hypothesis
I.
Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing
a. Formulating the hypotheses
b. Determining Significance Level
b.i. Type I error
b.ii. Type II error
c. Sample Evidence Test Statistic
d. Determining Rejection Region
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Question CPA-02325
For an entity's financial statements to be presented fairly in
accordance with an applicable financial reporting framework, the
framework selected should:
a. Be approved by the
Chapter 9 Outline
Estimation and Confidence Intervals
I.
Estimation - General
a. Point Estimation
b. Interval Estimation
II.
Confidence Interval for the Mean
a. When is known
b. When is unknown (Students t-distribution)
III.
Confidence Interval Estimating
Chapter 8 Outline
Sampling Methods and the Central Limit Theorem
I.
Sampling Methods
a. Reasons to Sample
b. Types of Sampling
II.
Sampling Error
III.
Sampling Distribution of the Sample Mean
a. Location - Mean
b. Spread Standard
c. Shape
d. Using the Sam
Alex Glover, Pivot Table, 2/12/2013
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the tab NFL and selected Statistics. After getting this far, you will need to click on
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students time, cost, resources, quality, and scope, you can see the final grades change for
the other st
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Financial Statement Analysis Case
(A) Well the effect on income will change tremendously in the year of changing its policy.
The year they didnt change their policy wal-mart income was at the top
Chapter 1 Outline
What is Statistics?
I.
Introduction
a. Why learn Statistics
b. What is Statistics?
c. Basic Vocabulary of Statistics
II.
Types of Statistics
a. Descriptive
b. Inferential
b.i. Population
b.ii. Sample
III.
Variables
a. Qualitative
b. Quan
Chapter 2 Outline
Describing Data: Frequency Tables, Frequency Distributions, and
Graphic Presentation
I.
Tables and Charts for Qualitative Data
a. Frequency Table (Summary Table)
a.i. Frequency
a.ii. Relative Frequency
a.iii. Percent Relative Frequency
b
Chapter 3 Outline
Describing Data: Numerical Measures
I.
Location Central Tendency
a. Mean
b. Median
c. Mode
II.
Spread - Dispersion
a. Range
b. Standard Deviation
c. Coefficient of Variation
d. IQR Interquartile Range
III.
Shape
a. Identifying skewness f
Chapter 4 Outline
Describing Data: Displaying and Exploring Data
I.
Organizing Quantitative Data
a. Ordered Array
b. Dot Plots
c. Stem and Leaf Displays
II.
Measures of Position
a. Quartiles
b. Deciles
c. Percentiles
III.
Five Number Summary and Boxplots