Breakeven Example Problem
Price = $100 per unit.
Variable cost = $60 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $20,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $80,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 10% per year.
Accoun
Breakeven Example Problem
Price = $100 per unit.
Variable cost = $60 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $20,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $80,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 10% per year.
Accoun
Breakeven Example Problem 2
Price = $40 per unit.
Variable cost = $25 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $100,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $400,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 15% per year.
Acc
Capital Budgeting
Equivalent Annual Annuity
Add to the CD the concept of Equivalent Annual Annuity (EAA).
EAA = Average NPV per year (on a time value of money basis)
N = years of the project
I/Y = discount rate
PV = - NPV
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Mutually Exclusive Projec
Example Problem
MACRS Depreciation and A/T Salvage Cash Flow
Suppose XYZ Manufacturing has suggested a project which requires a new, custom made
piece of equipment which is manufactured in San Francisco. The cost of the equipment
is $180,000 FOB San Franc
Breakeven Example Problem
Price = $5 per unit.
Variable cost = $3 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $10,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $20,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 20% per year.
Accountin
Breakeven Example Problem
Price = $5 per unit.
Variable cost = $3 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $10,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $20,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 20% per year.
Accountin
Breakeven Example Problem 2
Price = $40 per unit.
Variable cost = $25 per unit.
Fixed Operating Costs = $100,000 per year.
Project Initial Outlay = $400,000
5-year life, Straight Line Depreciation to zero salvage value.
Required return = 15% per year.
Acc
Finding the Project Cash Flows
Suppose a company has a 5-year project that requires capital spending of $2,000. At the
end of the project, the salvage equipment can be sold for $200. Inventory and Accounts
Receivable of $400 are also needed at the beginni
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Acct. 2 Project part 2
In this report I did for WRM Athletic Supply, Inc. it included the following five-year financial
summary, which are trend analysis for net sales and net income, profitability analysis, evaluation of the
ability to sell
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Hypothesis Testing Homework Problems
One Population
1) In past years the mean IQ of enlisted men in the Army was l03 A general claims
that due to low pay, the average [0 of new enlisted men is lower than in the pnsl. In a
random sample of 60 enlistees, th
Frequency Distributions Homework Problems
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500 lawyerth ailocal law ﬁrm (salaries in thousands)
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Probability Theory Homework Problems
1) Suppose that we have data on 500 mutual funds and their returns in two difft‘J'ent
years. Suppose that in 1998, 70% of the mutual funds had a return of at 1635! 10%-
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Department of
Accounting
ACCT 2330
Principles of Accounting II
Cynthia Johnson, CPA
Welcome to Accounting II! I am looking forward
to guiding you as you continue to explore the
language of money. Please familiarize yourself
with this syllabus Iv
CHAPTER 2
Real Estate Financing: Notes and Mortgages
TRUE/FALSE
1. A mortgage is the same thing as a note. (F)
2. A non-recourse loan is one in which the borrower is personally liable for payment of all
amounts due under the terms of the note. (F)
3. Prep
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Discrete Probability Distributions (5)
Discrete Probability Distributions
5
Random Variables Defined
Probability Distributions
Expected Value of a Random Variable
Variance (and standard deviation) of a Random Variable
Binomial Probability Distribution
Mea
Calculating Beta for a Stock
Using Data from the Internet
1.
Go to Yahoo!Finance on the internet at URL, http:/finance.yahoo.com/
2.
Enter the ticker symbol for the stock (this gives a recent quote of the stock price).
3.
To the left of the stock price qu
Monopolistic Competition
and Oligopoly
Chapter 25
Monopolistic
competition and oligopoly are
the normal state of nature in most
industries.
Characteristics of Monopolistic
Competition
Relatively
sellers
large numbers of buyers and
Small
Market Share
N
Monetary Policy
Chapter 15
Does it Really Work
While we study monetary policy because
of its influence on the financial system.
Recent events seem to indicate that monetary
policy (and fiscal to some extent) are not as
powerful tools as they once were.
To
Transitional Economies
Chapter 36
State Ownership and Cental
Planning
State ownership of all factors of
production
Central economic planning
Self sufficiency a primary goal
Government price controls
Allocation of products by government
Over commitment of
Aging, Social Security, and
Health Care
Chapter 33
Population Analysis
Our
population is aging (as is the global
population) due to lower birth rates,
growing life expectancies, and the baby
boom generation of the mid-1940s.
Over
14% of the population w
Economics in Developing
Counties
Chapter 35
Demographics
There
are 26 very highly developed
countries that have a per capita GDP in
excess of $24,000.
The rest of the countries mainly in Africa,
Asia, and Latin America have low level
industrialization.
Exchange Rate Systems
Chapter 34
The Gold Standard
System under which national currencies
were fixed in terms of their value in gold
This gave the exchange rate between
currencies
Example
If an ounce of gold cost $20 in the United States and
an ounce of g
World Trade
Chapter 32
Basic Trade Figures
The
vast majority of international trade is
between developed countries
Canada and Japan are the two countries
with which the U.S. engages in the largest
amount of trade.
Canada
In
is by far the largest.
term