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HW 1: Overview of Financial Statements (18 points)
Greendale Inc
For this question, use Greendales balance sheet, income statement, excerpts from the statement of cash flows
and the additional information items that appear below. The required work f

Principles of Financial Accounting
Practice Quiz 1 (SOLUTION) VERSION A
Professor Pepa Kraft
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General Instructions:
Please follow the Stern Schools Code of Conduct requirements.

Principles of Financial Accounting
Practice Exam 1
Professor Justin Deng
Name
General Instructions:
Please follow the Stern Schools Code of Conduct requirements. The penalty for cheating is
an automatic grade of F for the course and appearance before the

Sample Midterm 1
Statistics for Business
Professor Avi Giloni
Consider the following game. You roll a fair die. If you roll a 5 or 6 you select a ball from Jar 1.
Otherwise, you select a ball from Jar 2. Jar 1 contains 15 red balls and 5 green balls while

Exercise 1-9
Review the chapter explanations of the income statement and the balance sheet equations.
Apply these equations in each independent case to compute the two missing amounts for
each case. Assume that it is the end of Year1, the first full year

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Homework #2 (due on Wednesday, June 17 in class)
Part I. Use the information below on XS Supply Corp. to answer questions 1-2 in Part II.
XS Supply Company is developing its annual financial statements at December 31, 2011. The
statements are comple

Principles of Financial Accounting
Practice Exam 2
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Principles of
Financial Accounting
ACCT-UB.0001 Spring 2015
FINAL REVIEW
Jim Resnik
When / Where
final Exam to be held in Tisch Building Room LC-25 (our regular classroom)
Date: Tuesday, May 19th
Time: 8:00 AM to 9:50 AM
Any changes will be communicated v

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Stern School of Business
Principles of Financial Accounting (ACCT-UB.0001.01)
Summer 2015
Instructor
Justin Deng ([email protected])
KMC 10th floor, Suite 10-184
Office Hours: Thursday 2:00-3:30pm and by appointment
Office hours in E

PRINCIPLES OF
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Summer 2015
Justin Deng
1
What is accounting?
Business
Business
Activities
Accounting
Useful
Information
Understanding Accounting
Useful information to?
Management: Managerial Accounting
Investors: Financial Accounting
I

Topic 6
In-class slides
Part 2: Liabilities
1
Todays Class
What are liabilities?
Current liabilities
Non-current liabilities
This material corresponds to chapter 9 in the
textbook.
2
Liabilities
Liabilities = obligations to pay cash or to
provide goo

10-1. The following information is available for Sell-for-Less for the years 2009 - 2011(in
millions):
A. Compute the Sell-for-Less times interest earned ratio for 2011, 2010 and 2009.
B. Briefly interpret their times interest earned ratio for the three y

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL
ACCOUNTING
ACCT-UB.0001
Practice Problem Set 2
Spring 2015
Prof. Alex Dontoh
PROBLEM SET 2.1 - CASH FLOW PRACTICE PROBLEMS
A POWERPOINT OF PROBLEM SET 2.1 IS AVAILABLE ON NYU CLASSES
1
Financial Accounting - CASH FLOW PRACTICE PROB

ACCT-UB.0001
Chapter 1, Practice Exercises
105. Rose Corporation began operations at the start of 2010. During 2010, it made cash and credit sales totaling
$500,000 and collected $420,000 in cash from its customers. It purchased inventory costing $250,000

Topic 3
Introduction to the Balance Sheet
and BestBuy Financials
1
Review: Players in the Accounting
Communication Process
5-2
Review: Users of financial reports
Institutional
Institutional Investors
Investors
Includes
Includes pension,
pension, mutual,
m

Topic 5
Pre-class slides
Income Statement:
Cash versus Accrual Accounting
1
Previous Section
Dual effects of transactions on the balance
sheet equation (A=L+SE).
Recording economic transactions:
T-Accounts
Debits and Credits
Journal entries
Presenti

Topic 12
In-class slides
Net Present Value
1
Todays Class
Time value of money
Compute Present Value (PV) and Net Present Value (NPV)
Computing NPV of special cases: annuity, perpetuity,
perpetuity with constant growth
Use NPV tools to compute the NPV

Topic 4
Pre-class slides
Balance Sheet
Recording the Effects of
Transactions and Events
1
Review: Elements of the
balance sheet
A = L + SE
(Assets)
Economic resources
with probable future
benefits owned or
controlled by the
entity. Measured by
the histori

Topic 7
Detecting errors and omissions
(red flags for potential fraud)
Review: The Accounting Cycle
Transaction
occurs AND
document
is
generated
Journal
entry is
entered into
the Journal Journalizing
Transfer
(Post) entries
from the
Journal to
T-Accounts

COURSE OUTLINE SPRING 2016
STAT-UB.0103.01 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS CONTROL AND REGRESSION MODELS
MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND THURSDAY: 8:00 AM 9:15 AM
INSTRUCTOR:
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TELEPHONE:
E-MAIL:
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OFFICE HOURS:
Professor Avi Giloni
KMC 8-171
(917) 386-485

Topic 8
In-class slides
Statement of Cash Flows
Part 1
This Class
The material for the next three sessions
corresponds to textbook Chapter 12 (including
Supplement B).
This class:
What is the Statement of Cash Flows?
Understand the three sections of t

Topic 5
Pre-class slides
Statement of Cash
Flows
This Class
Statement of Cash Flows covers Chapter 12 (including
Supplement B).
Part I:
What is the Statement of Cash Flows?
What are the three sections on the Statement of Cash
Flows?
How is the Statement o

Announcements
Exam # 1 on Monday, June 8.
In class (90 minutes)
Bring calculator and pen
Review sessions after class at 1:00pm2:30pm
Will be going over the practice exam together and Q&A
Tisch UC-04
1
Topic 3
How the income statement fits within th

Homework #5 (due on 4/20/2017 at the beginning of class)
[33 POINTS IN TOTAL]
PART A (CATERPILLAR): By now, you should be familiar with extracting information from
a companys 10-K. Find the most recent 10-K for Caterpillar Inc. (http:/www.sec.gov/cgibin/b

Homework #6 (due on 4/27/2017 at the beginning of class)
[25 POINTS IN TOTAL]
PART A (RECEIVABLES): CNL Company uses the aging of account receivable approach to
estimate bad debt expense. The balance of each account receivable is grouped on the basis of
t

Homework #6 (due on 4/27/2017 at the beginning of class)
[25 POINTS IN TOTAL]
PART A (RECEIVABLES): CNL Company uses the aging of account receivable approach to
estimate bad debt expense. The balance of each account receivable is grouped on the basis of
t

Whole Foods Market Reports First Quarter Results
Company Produces Record Sales of $4.9 Billion; Delivers GAAP EPS of $0.30 and Adjusted EPS of $0.39;
Resets Growth Strategy and Accelerates Timeline for Category Management Rollout; Updates FY17
Outlook
AUS

Homework #4 (due on 3/30/2017 at the beginning of class)
[38 POINTS IN TOTAL]
(PART A: WHOLE FOODS)This homework is about Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ:
WFM). The questions you are required to answer relate to margins, cash flows, and working
capital metrics

Principles of Financial Accounting
Mid-Term Exam II (Practice Exam)
Professor Michael Tang
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Section: 8:00 AM Class / 9:30 AM Class / 2:00 PM Class (Please circle)
General Instructions:
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ECF: Error Carried Forward: Students will only lose points for the mistake once.
Question I
1. At a premium 2 points, no partial
2. The amount of periodic cash interest payment= 500,000*7%=35,000 (1 point, no partial)
Issue price=35,000*[1/(1+6%)+1/(1+6%)