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Mohamed Mekhaimer
Fall 2014
Student Name:
Student Number:
Class Time:
Instructions:
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1.)What annual payment would you have to receive in order to earn an 8%
rate of return on a perpetuity that cost $1,500?
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II.
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III.
Organizing Cash Flows
IV.
Future Value
V.
Present Value
VI. Manipulating Future and Present Value Equations
VII. Using a Financial Calculator
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Lecture 3: Analyzing Financial
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I.
Last Time
II.
In the News
III.
Financial Statement Analysis
IV.
Ratio Analysis
V.
DuPont Identity
VI. Internal and Sustainable Growth Rates
VII. Time Series and Cross Sectional Analysis
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II. Key Concepts
III. Balance Sheet
IV. Income Statement
V. Statement of Cash Flow
VI. Free Cash Flow
VII. Statement of Retained Earnings
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Lecture 1: Introduction to
Financial Management
I. Course Introduction
II. In the News
III. Key Concepts
IV. Finance in Business and Life
V. The Financial Function
VI. Business Organization
VII. Firm Goals
VIII.Agency Theory
IX. Financial Markets, Interme