Randy Reeder
DB 435
Dr. DeCarlo
Customer Lifetime Value
Five Year Payout
Based on the tables written below, this regional electrical distribution company
should rely on scenario 2 with a customer retention program. In scenario 1, New
Customer Acquisition,
FN 310 Homework and review
1. The timing of the cash flows may be slightly off on bigger projects and may
give you conflicting results.
2. MIRR is a more realistic view on the rate of return because it takes into
account more factors. IRR does not count i
I. Multiple choice questions (circle the best answer)
14. How long must one wait (to the nearest year) for an initial investment of $1,000 to triple in value if the
investment earns 8% compounded annually?
A)
9
Log (FV/PV) / Log (1+r)
B)
14
Log (3000/1000
Homework
Chapter 11 Problem
Test Questions
Problem Solving Question
Chapter
ABC 11
is considering the purchase of a $3,000 souffl maker, which has a life of 3 years and will be fully depreciated by the
1). Company
1.What
is theABC
WACC
has
for
3-year
a fi
HCM 416 Financial Management in Health Care Organizations
Unit 4b: Cost Allocation
Homework Assignment
Directions: Answer the questions below for the identified textbook problems.
Please enter your answers in the Homework Unit 4b assessment for autogradin
Sales
a.
b.
c.
$
$
$
2,000
4,000
4,000
Total
Variable
Costs
$
$
$
1,400
1,000
3,000
Fixed Costs Total Costs
$
$
$
600
600
600
$
$
$
2,000
1,600
3,600
Profit
$
$
$
2,400
400
The key here is that Total Costs must equal Total Variable Costs
plus Fixed Costs
Problem 17.4
Return on Assets
=
Net Income
Total Assets
=
1,218
9,869
12.3%
Current Ratio
=
Current Assets
Current Liabilities
=
3,945
3,456
1.14
Days Cash on Hand
=
Cash + Marketable Securities
(Expenses - Depreciation - Provision for uncollectibles)/365
Formulas used in the homework problems for units 1-3.
Cash Flow = Net Income + Non cash expenses (ex. Depreciation)
Total Profit Margin = Net Income/Total Revenue
Net Income = Revenues Expenses (includes taxes)
Assets = Liabilities + Equity
Net Working Ca