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Solutions Manual
Corporate Finance
Ross, Westerfield, and Jaffe
9th edition
1
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE
FINANCE
Answers to Concept Questions
1.
In the corporate form of ownership, the shareholders are the owners of the firm. The shareholders
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Last revised November 30, 2012 using MATLAB R2012a
MATLAB Symbolic Mathematics Tutorial
Related materials:
Tutorial on numerical solution of equations using MATLAB
Relationships between mathematical, MATLAB an
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Engineering and Technology Innovation Management Program
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2. Plotting data using MATLAB
It is assumed that you have imported the CO vapor pressure data into MATLAB as described in 2. Importing data into MATLAB. Now you are going to plot these data. MATLAB plots one ve
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3. Use of MATLAB to fit data to a polynomial
We begin with the figure produced in 2. Plotting data using MATLAB. If you have closed
MATLAB since making this plot, then load it using the File, Open in MATLAB'
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4. Using theory to correlate data
We learned in unit 3 that correlating data using polynomials has limitations and dangers. It is always far better to fit using an equation with a theoretical basis. For vapor p
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1. Importing data into MATLAB
As an example, you are going to examine data for the vapor pressure of carbon monoxide.1 Click on Carbon monoxide vapor pressure data and use File, Save as to save it to the drive
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5. Using a semi-empirical equation to correlate data
We saw in 4 that the theory-based Clapeyron equation, while giving a far better fit than
polynomials, was still deficient. (This indicates that Hv/Zv varies
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Comparison of common formats in mathematics, MATLAB and Excel
(Assume that in MATLAB x has been given a value and in Excel the value of x is in cell A1 and y in cellA2.)
Mathematics 3x x2 1 + 2x 2 3(4 - 5x 4 ) log(x) ln(x) ex co
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7. Comparison of means
Imagine that we have two populations and that we wish to compare their unknown means by using samples taken from those populations.1 It is assumed that these populations are normally dis
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6. Descriptive statistics for measurements of a single variable
Skip to the function given in part e on page 8 if you desire only to calculate descriptive statistics
without understanding their meaning.
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4.4 Noetherian Rings
Recall that a ring A is Noetherian if it satises
the following three equivalent conditions:
(1) Every nonempty set of ideals of A has a
maximal element (the maximal condition);
(2) Every ascending chain of ideals is stationary
(the as