A) What is Brinys Predicted Market share?
Answer: 11.68%
B) What is the Worst Case Market Share?
Answer: 10.24%
C) What is the Best Case Market Share?
Answer: 13.12%
D) How many units should you enter in the Marketing decision page?
Answer: 990
E) How man
Answer Key
FIN 256
FALL 2011
EXAM #2
SECTION M001
VERSION A
This Exam consists of 22 questions on 12 pages. You are responsible to ensure that
all pages are attached to your exam. All multiple choice questions should be
answered on the scan-tron form.
In
Chapter-1: Solutions to Problems
P1-1.
Liability comparisons
LG 2; Basic
a. Ms. Harper has unlimited liability.
b. Ms. Harper has unlimited liability.
c. Ms. Harper has limited liability, which guarantees that she cannot lose more than she invested.
P1-2.
If you want the formulas and any calculations, select the corresponding cell and press F2(Function Key on key board),
It will show all calculations and formulas Automatically
Question:
Which of the following statements concerning the valuation of firms us
Question
he S&P 500 index delivered a return of 20%, -10%, 25%, and 5% over four successive years. What
is the arithmetic average annual return per year?
Answer
Airthmetic average = (20% - 10% + 25% + 5%)/4 = 10% answer
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Answer Key
FIN 256
FALL 2011
EXAM #1
SECTION M001
VERSION A
This Exam consists of 24 questions on 12 pages. You are responsible to ensure that all
pages are attached to your exam. All multiple choice questions should be answered on
the scan-tron form.
In
-Get market shares as maxed out as possible
+Stay on the high or low end of the suggested price for each product
-Ask why you think its more important to focus on automation versus capacity.
-Why are you so adamant about not creating a new product if Fay
Prof. Khaled Amira
FIN 256- coporate finance
Fall 2013
Practice Exam I
(100 points)
This is just an example of the types of the problems and questions I give in the exam for
your practice. Also you need to know how to answer and solve the problems of the
The most important function of an underwriter is to: buy the issue of securities from the firm and resell to the public. Debt can be used as a plug item in financial planning. True
Only the IPOs for large corporations are sold in primary markets. False Pe
Ch.7
The dividend discount model should not be used to value stocks in which the dividend does not grow. False
The liquidation value of a firm is equal to the book value of the firm. False
According to the dividend discount model, a stock's price today de
Prof. Khaled Amira
FIN 256- corporate finance
Fall 2013
Practice Exam II
This is just an example of the types of the problems and questions I give in the exam for
your practice.
This practice test is longer than the exam in class. I gave more problems and
Prof. Khaled Amira
Fin 256-corporate finance
Spring 2015
Practice Exam 3
(100 points)
This is just an example of the types of the problems and questions I give in the exam
for your practice. Also you need to know how to answer and solve the problems of
th
Professor Kenneth A. Kavajecz
Whitman School of Management
FIN 256: Corporation Finance
Module 8
Capital Structure
Focus of Module
In this module, we discuss the different sources of long-term financing that are available to firms.
Given the menu of optio
Professor Kenneth A. Kavajecz
Whitman School of Management
FIN 256: Corporation Finance
Module 5
Risk, Returns and the Capital Asset Pricing Model
Focus of Module
In this module, we investigate the crucial relationship between risk and return. We begin by
Professor Kenneth A. Kavajecz
Whitman School of Management
FIN 256: Corporation Finance
Module 4
Applications of the NPV Rule
Focus of Module
Two applications of the NPV rule under certainty are considered. First, we apply the NPV rule to
securities whose
FUTURE VALUE
TABLE A-1
Interest Rate ( r )
Periods (t)
7.00%
7
Future Value Factor
1.6057814765
PRESENT VALUE
TABLE A-2
Interest Rate ( r )
Periods (t)
Present Value Factor
7.00%
7
0.6227497419
PRESENT VALUE ANNUITY FACTOR
TABLE A-3
Interest Rate ( r )
Pe
2-1
Chapter 5
Interest rates
Additional Lecture Notes
2-2
Nominal rate (rNom)
Stated in contracts, and quoted by banks
and brokers.
Not used in calculations or shown on time
lines
Periods per year (m) must be given.
Examples:
8%; Quarterly
8%, Daily i
Other Methods for Computing OCF
Suppose that sales = $1,000; operating costs = $600; depreciation = $200 and the
tax rate = 34%
With our standard definition of OCF = EBIT taxes + depreciation, we compute
the following:
EBIT = $1,000 $600 $200 = $200
Taxes
Whitman School of Management
Syracuse University
Course Review
Professor Kavajecz
Module 1
Introduction
Question 1:
Module 2
Finance 256
What should I as a Financial Manager Invest In?
Time Value of Money
Future Value:
Present Value:
FVF(r,m,T) = (1 +r/m)
Marketing 255
Principles of Marketing
Hello everyone!
Please sit in the front section.
Display name tags.
Professor Sue Smith
ssmith11@syr.edu
Whitman 607 443-3384
Agenda Class 4
Partnering to do Marketing
Chapter 2: Company and Marketing Strategy
Announc
Matthew Ferris
I have chosen to do my product essay on the mattress that I use to sleep on in my house.
The origins of my mattress begin with the makers of the multitude of parts and fabrics
that go into making a mattress. Whether it be the springs, outer
FIN 256 CORPORATION FINANCE, FALL 2013
CLASS SCHEDULE
This schedule may be changed based on the progress of the course. Changes will be announced
in class, and on Blackboard. It is a students responsibility to be aware of all changes
announced, even if ab
FIN 256 CORPORATION FINANCE, FALL 2013
CLASS SCHEDULE
This schedule may be changed based on the progress of the course. Changes will be announced
in class, and on Blackboard. It is a students responsibility to be aware of all changes
announced, even if ab
FIN 256 CORPORATION FINANCE, FALL 2013
INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
PROFESSOR:
OFFICE:
PHONE:
EMAIL:
CLASS WEBSITE:
OFFICE HOURS:
Khaled Amira
WSM 608
315-443-9631
kamira@syr.edu
http:/blackboard.syr.edu
Mon. (3:00 PM 4:00 PM)
Tues. (11:00 AM 12:00 PM)
By appoi
1
Formulas Exam 1 Fin 256
Time Value of Money
FVn = PV (1 + r )
n
PV =
;
n
PV of annuity = PVAn =
t =1
FVn
;
(1 + r ) n
n
PVunevencfstream =
t =1
Ct
)
(1 + r ) n
1
1
PMT
PMT [
]
t=
r r (1 + r ) n
(1 + r )
FV of annuity = FVAn = PMT [
(1 + r ) n 1
]
r
F
Cash Flow Analysis Example:
Solution is in the excel spreadsheet
A Project is considered to produce microprocessor systems. We are in year 0 (2005)
1.
Projection by Marketing V.P.:Annual sales: 20,000 units.
Price per unit: $3,000
Price will increase by 2
Marketing 255
Principles of Marketing
Hello everyone!
Please sit in the front section.
Display name tags.
Professor Sue Smith
ssmith11@syr.edu
Whitman 607 443-3384
Agenda Class 5
Marketing Strategy & Planning
Chapters 2 & 3
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