QUIZ 1 STFM - Chapter 1
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Teaching Notes Chapters 2 and 3 Assigned Homework Problems (Calculations)
Chapter 2 HW Questions 1, 4, 5; Problem 1.
The Chapter 2 formulas are pretty basic and so will not be covered here.
One exception is the Working Capital Requirements (WCR), covered
Just For Feet - DATA
BALANCE SHEET
ASSETS
Current assets
Cash and equivalents
Accounts Receivable
Merchandise Inventory
Other
Total Current Assets
Property and Equipment, net
Goodwill, net
Other
Total Assets
LIABILITIES AND EQUITY
Liabilities and Net Wort
Exam 1 Take -Home Portion
Is Apple holding too much cash? When reading through Chapter 3 of the textbook, I
came across a few important things to consider before any more shareholders get angry at the
large cash holdings. First, this high-liquidity strate
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CH 2 HW
Questions 1,4,5 Problem 1
Question
1. Solvency is simply put, what do we have in stock right now. It includes cash, inventory, and
other current assets on the balance sheet. It is sometimes called a snapshot of the balance sheet.
Liquidity on
Trade Credit (US): 1952-1999
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Bils ($)
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f(x) = 42.5833692218 exp( 0.0786332749 x )
R = 0.987744754
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B.102 - Balance Sheet of Nonfarm Nonfinancial Corporate Businesses
Billions of dollars, end of period
Fed Data Re
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CH 3 HW
Question 2,3 Problem 1,3,4
Question
2. The cash burn rate of a company is the number of days that the company could pay for their
cost of goods sold with the cash on hand.
3. By analyzing the cash ratio of a company you can see what percentag
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Ch 5 Hw
Problems 1 &2
1.
a.
(.20*EMPLMT)+(.40*HMWNR)+(.30*CARDS) = Y
(.20*.5)+(.40*1)+(.30*0) = .5
The model shows that Janice should not receive credit.
b.
(.20*1)+(.40*1)+(.30*1) = .9
Her creditworthiness has increased according to the model. She c
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CH 1 HW
Questions 2,3 Problem 1
Question 2
Cash flow and profit diverge because of non cash expenses. Depreciation expense is the simplest
example I can think of. Since it is a non cash expense you will not lose any cash from the
transaction because
Homework Assignment Chapter 8 STFM
DUE: Wednesday night 3/27/13, 11:55 p.m. to Dropbox
QUESTIONS (Pg. 262): #14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24 (may use bullet points on Question 17;
write full sentences on the other questions)
PROBLEM (Pg. 263): #1.
Q. 14 Ba
Problem 3-6 - STFM
a) Cash Flow Timeline
Timeline should show these three items:
Outflow on Day 0 of ($40) for payment for assembly at time of order
Outflow on Day 35 of ($6.50) for processing cost
Inflow in Day 130 ( = 35+95) of Sales Proceeds (for sale
RUBY TUESDAY INC
10-Q
01/10/2008
Balance Sheet
DECEMBER 4,
2007
Assets
Current assets:
Cash and short-term investments
Accounts and notes receivable, net
Inventories:
Merchandise
China, silver and supplies
Income tax receivable
Deferred income taxes
Prepa
Rev. 2/12/13.
Exam 1 Chapters 1-3 STFM
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Concepts portion of exam. Due Wednesday night, 2/13, by 11:55 p.m. as upload to Dropbox.
None accepted late. This is an individual exam, so make sure and put your initials at the bottom to
indicate that you did
Computer Lab Exercise: Forecasting
Short-Term Financial Management
Dr. Zietlow
Objectives:
1. Be able to use data in Excel worksheet to do statistical time-series regression
forecast.
a. simple linear regression
b. log-linear regression to get compound an
Ch 14 HW
Questions 12,14 Problems 3,6,7
Question
12.
Default Risk - The event in which companies or individuals will be unable to make the required
payments on their debt obligations.
Liquidity Risk - In finance, liquidity risk is the risk that a given se
SUMMARY OUTPUT
X Variable 1 Line Fit Plot
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.9542902071
R Square
0.9106697993
Adjusted R Square
0.9087278385
Standard Error
129.6364992694
Observations
48
2000
Y
df
SS
MS
F
Significance F
1 7880886.009797 7880886.009797 468
Question #1-e
It was clear that the organization was doing extremely well by looking at the financials
over the years. One thing that really stood out to me was the salaries for the high paid employees
of the organization. The Memphis Redbirds Baseball fo
STFM:
Student Peer Evaluation Sheet for Group Work on
Just for Feet
and on
Take-Home Final Exam (Memphis Redbirds case)
Directions to Students: This is your opportunity to rate the quality and quantity of
contributions made by yourself and your group memb
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.993853
R Square 0.987745
Adjusted R 0.987478
Square
Standard Error
0.123949
Observations
48
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
SS
MS
F Significance F
1 56.95956 56.95956 3707.495 1.3E-045
46 0.706714 0.015
How to do regression using HP 10-B calculator
Here are the keystrokes for doing regression on your 10-B calculator:
Objective: compute a and b in the formula Y= a + b(X)
1. Clear the contents of R4 through R9 by pressing [CL ] (the first key is the tan
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