FIN 341 Quiz#15 (A) - Based on Exercise#15
Calculate the finance charge, total deferred payment price, and
annual percentage rate (APR) for problems #1 to #4.
1. Customer#1 looked at an item with a cash purchase price of $40,000.
Customer#1 qualified for
FIN 341 QUIZ#13 (A) Based on Exercise#13
Calculate the following Time Value of Money problems using information from Exercise#9,
#10, #11, #12, and #13. Use either the Future Value, Future Value Ordinary Annuity, Future
Value Annuity Due, Present Value, P
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FIN 341 Exercise#13 (Key) (Revised)
Question#13 Deleted
Calculate the following Time Value of Money problems using
information from Exercise#9, #10, #11, and #12. Use either the Future
Value, Future Value Ordinary Annuity, Future Value Annuity Due,
Presen
FIN 341 QUIZ#13 (A) Based on Exercise#13
Calculate the following Time Value of Money problems using information from Exercise#9,
#10, #11, #12, and #13. Use either the Future Value, Future Value Ordinary Annuity, Future
Value Annuity Due, Present Value, P
HW 2
Due at 23:59 (11:59 PM), 7/27/2017
Use SPSS to solve the questions.
Copy the result tables to a MS-Word file and type your answers in the same file.
Submit your MS-Word file to the folder in the Dropbox on D2L.
In a pretest, respondents were asked to
Assignment 1
Quiznos
Research Objective
Background
Quiznos is the 2nd largest submarine sandwich franchise right under Subway. After 2013,
the restaurant chain had over 1400 domestic locations, and around 600 locations nationally.
Quiznos was founded by a
Multitasking in the Work Place
Research Objective
Background
In 2009, our country went through an economic recession; due to this recession employees
have had to learn to multitask in their job environment. Employees are learning to multitask
for fear if
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FIN 341 Exercise#23 Stocks (Last Exercise)
(KEY) (#B before #13) & (#17 had typos)
(Revised)
dividend-discount model-a model that values shares of a firm
according to the present value of the future dividends the firm
will pay.
equity cost of capital-th
FIN 341 - QUIZ#16 (A) - Based on Exercise#16
Calculate the future value and the future value of an ordinary annuity for problems#1 to #6
using your Casio FX 260 Solar Fraction calculator and add both answers together. Calculate
the same six problem using
FIN 341 Quiz#21 (A) Based on
Exercise#21
1. The capital structure (Wd, Wpfd, and We) of Tucker Company is
40%, 20%, and 40%, and the cost of the bonds, preferred stock,
and common stock (Kd, Kpfd, and Ke) is 8%, 5%, and 12%.
Calculate the Weighted Average
FIN 341 Quiz#23 (A) Based on EX#23
1) An analyst forecasts to have expected dividends of $3.15 year 1
(Div1), $3.50 year 2 (Div2), $3.85 year 3 (Div3), and $4.20 year 4
(Div4) for Bear Company. The stock price is estimated to be
$18.00 in year 4. Equity
FIN 341 Quiz#19 (A) Based on Exercise#19
Calculate the Net Present Value from the following fifteen problems.
1. II = $260,000 YR1CF = $90,000 YR2CF = $120,000 YR3CF = $150,000
R = 13%
$90,000/(1.13)^1 + $120,000/(1.13)^2 + $150,000/(1.13)^3 $260,000 II =
FIN 341 Exercise#21WACC (KEY)
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) =
(Wd)(Kd) + (Wpfd)(Kpfd) + (We)(Ke)
Weighted Average Cost of Capital is the average % cost that a
corporation would incur if they issued some bonds, preferred
stock, or common stock. T
FIN 341 Quiz#18 (A) Based On Exercise#18
Calculate the annual % return from the following twelve capital gain
problems.
1. An investor bought $16,000 worth of McDonalds shares 5 years
ago, and today they are worth $30,000.
($30,000/$16,000)^1/5 1 = ($30,0
FIN 341 Quiz#22 (A) Based on - Exercise#22
1.
II = $210,000 year 1 to 5 cash flow $70,000, $70,000, $70,000,
$70,000, and $70,000. Calculate the years payback.
2.
II = $450,000 year 1 to 6 cash flow is $120,000, $140,000,
$180,000, $200,000, $240,000 and
FIN 341Exercise#22 PAYBACK (KEY)
Payback Method formula = add up the years cash flow until you get to
the initial investment but not over (this is your whole number such as
2.?) then divide the last cash flow number by that years cash flow to
get the hund
FIN 341 - QUIZ#16 (A) - Based on Exercise#16
Calculate the future value and the future value of an ordinary annuity for problems#1 to #6
using your Casio FX 260 Solar Fraction calculator and add both answers together. Calculate
the same six problem using
FIN 341 EXERCISE#18
Calculate the annual % return from the following capital gain
problems.
Annual % Return = ($Current Value/Initial Purchase
Price)^1/#Years - 1
A) An investor bought $20,000 worth of Coca-Cola shares 10 years
ago, and today they are wo
FIN 341 - Exercise#16 (KEY)
(Note - #3 & #9 years changed from 10 to 15)
A) An investor invested $20,000 in a stock that has averaged an 8% return for 15 years. He/she
will also invest $1,000 at the end of each year for 15 years. Calculate the future valu
FIN 341 EXERCISE#18 (KEY)
Calculate the annual % return from the following capital gain
problems.
Annual % Return = ($Current Value/Initial Purchase
Price)^1/#Years - 1
A) An investor bought $20,000 worth of Coca-Cola shares 10 years
ago, and today they
FIN 341 - Exercise#17 BONDS (KEY)
Bonds are called Debt securities. Bonds normally pay interest
twice a year (semi-annually), every six months. The bond interest
is called coupon payments. The bond interest % is called coupon
payment %.
Bonds when they
FIN 341 - Exercise#17 BONDS
Bonds are called Debt securities. Bonds normally pay interest
twice a year (semi-annually), every six months. The bond interest
is called coupon payments. The bond interest % is called coupon
payment %.
Bonds when they mature