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PROJECT NAME Finance
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NESLTE interpretation in the form of ratio analysis
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY :
NESLTE is undoubtedly one of
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Engineering Economy by Leland
Blank & Anthony Tarquin
Accounting by Meigs, Williams,
Haka, Bettner
Engineering Management by A. K.
Gupta
Need and Importance of Accounting
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FV of B
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Final result of most widely used features of MS-Excel
Ranking is according to me and my group fellows as we think after meeting different people
and getting their views.
The top functions we think use
Principles of
Money & Banking
Changes in Value
Of
Money
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
The Concept of Inflation
The Concept of Inflation
Defining Inflation:
Inflation has been defined in different ways by
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Principles of
Banking &
Currency
Introduction to
Money & Capital
Market
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Introduction to Money & Capital Market
Definition:
According to G. Crowther
The money market is the col
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Week 13 v 2.1
DATABASE
MANAGEMENT
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Principles of
Money & Banking
The Concept of Money
Prof. Riaz Ahmed Mian, HCBF, University of the Punjab
The Concept of Money
Defining Money
General Acceptability
Money is anything that is generally
a
Most widely used features of ms ex
Finance students
1st Person(graduate)
1. Formula calculation(sum)
2. Graphic designing
3. Mathematical calculation
4. Work sheet n book
5. Help in finicial managemen
Principles of
Money & Banking
Functions
of
Money
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Functions of Money
Money as already said, removed the
inconveniences of barter and showed
the world the path of economic activ
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Week 12 v 2.1
IMPACT OF INTERNET & WEB
ON SOFTWARE USAGE BY BUSINESS
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Principles of
Banking &
Currency
Bank
Accounts
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Types of Deposits
Which
Commercial Bank accept
Current Account
It is a running account and
traditionally no interest is paid on
Assignment NO
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Father of Accounting
Prepared by Haseeb Maqsood
Roll No 24
Instructor
Prof. M.Idress
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FATHER OF ACCOUNTING
LucaPacioli(14471517)
LIFE:
Luca Pacioli was born in 1447 in Sanse
Principles of
Money & Banking
Value
Of
Money
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Quantity Theory of Money
Quantity Theory of Money
The monetarist view :
by Irving Fisher in 1911
by Milton Friedman in 1956
The Ke
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Week 15 v 2.1
ETHICS IN IT
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Principles of
Money & Banking
Trade Cycle
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Trade Cycles
Trade Cycles
Definition:
A trade cycle is composed of period of good
trade characterised by rising prices and low
unempl
Principles of
Money & Banking
Origin
and
Growth of Money
By. Prof Riaz Ahmed Mian
Origin and Growth of Money
Money that we use today has not sprung up
overnight. In fact it has passed through
centurie
SOLUTIONS
TUTORIAL 19 [Chapter 38]
1
IDENTIFY and SET UP:
equals
eV0
1 2
eV0 mvmax
2
in electron volts.
EXECUTE:(a)
, where
1 2
mvmax hf
2
1 2
eV0 mvmax
2
V0
is the stopping potential. The stopping p
TUTORIAL 10
SOLUTIONS [Chapter 14]
1
IDENTIFY and SET UP:Use Eq.(14.8) to calculate the gauge pressure at this depth. Use Eq.(14.3) to
calculate the force the inside and outside pressures exert on the
SOLUTIONS
TUTORIAL 7 [Chapters 15 & 16]
1
IDENTIFY:The general form of the wave function for a wave traveling in the
x-direction
is given by Eq.
(15.8). The time for one complete cycle to pass a poin
TUTORIAL 12
SOLUTIONS [Chapter 25]
1
IDENTIFY and SET UP:Use Eq. (25.3) to calculate the drift speed and then use that to find the time to
travel the length of the wire.
EXECUTE:(a) Calculate the drif
SOLUTIONS
TUTORIAL 11 [Chapter 17 & Chapter 18]
1
IDENTIFY:Convert
SET UP:
TC
to
TK .
TK TC 273.15.
EXECUTE:
TK 210 273.15 63 K
EVALUATE:The temperature is negative on the Celsius scale but all temper
SOLUTIONS
TUTORIAL 8 [Chapters 35 & 36]
1
IDENTIFY:Use
c f
to calculate the wavelength of the transmitted waves. Compare the difference in
the distance from A to P and from B to P. For constructive in
300021 Electrical Fundamentals
Laboratory 1: Electrical Circuit Measurements
Introduction
This important laboratory exercise introduces students to the practical applications of basic electric circuit
TUTORIAL 12 [Chapter 26]
SOLUTIONS
1
IDENTIFY:It may appear that the meter measures X directly. But note that X is in parallel with three other
resistors, so the meter measures the equivalent parallel
School of Computing and Mathematics
200238 Maths for Engineers 2
Class Test 1
NAME:STUDENT ID:
TUTORIAL TIME: .
Time allowed: 15 minutes.
Total Marks: 10 marks.
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