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Intermediate Accounting ll
Spring 2015
Exam 1Chapters 12, 13, and 14
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This exam consists of:
o 20 multiple choice at 2 points each (40 points);
0 Problem 1 at 20 points;
0 Problem 2 at 20 points; and
0 Problem 3 at 20 points; for a total of 10
CHAPTER 17
Investments
Investments in Debt Securities
Debt securities represent a creditor relationship with another entity.
Debt securities include U.S. government securities, municipal securities, corporate bonds, convertible
debt, and commercial paper.
CHAPTER 16
Dilutive Securities and Earnings Per Share
A. Dilutive Securities:Securities which are not common stock in form but enable their holders to obtain
common stock upon exercise or conversion.
1. Accounting for convertible debt:A convertible bond c
CHAPTER 15
Stockholders Equity
A. The Corporate Form of Organization.
1. The primary forms of business organization are the proprietorship, the partnership, and the
corporation.
2. Influence of state corporate lawEach state has its own business corporatio
Lambda
Beta
Sigma - Standard Deviation
Mu - Population Mean
Alpha
Bar Sample Mean
Sigma The sum of
n - Sample Size
n! - Factorial
- Sample variance (Sample standard deviation squared)
P-Value Defective Rate
The sample mean is the best, unbiased es
Sample Quiz # 3
1. Joe takes a sample size of 49 from an exponentially distributed assembly line that
produces light bulbs. The sample mean is 782 and the sample standard deviation is 100.
a. What is the best guess for the population mean?
b. Use the z te
MGT 3410 Examination I
Spring 2015
Answer all questions (take-home examination)
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MGT 3410 Final Examination
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Spring 2015
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MGT 3410 Examination II
Spring 2015
Answer all questions (take-home examination)
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use a computer to perform computations as necessary. I have neither given nor received
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Homework 1 Solution
Spring 2015 Dr. Zhang
1.
Fixed cost = $80,000
Variable cost = $3/book
Demand = 4000 copies
Selling price = $20/book
a.
let x denote the number of copies of book sold
Total Revenue R(x) = 20 x
Total cost C(x) = 80,000 + 3x
Profit P(x) =
Homework 3 Solution
Fall 2013 Dr. Zhang
1.
Decision alternatives (di) are salary plans.
State of natures (si) are the number of houses Jim can sell in one month.
Salary payoff table:
d1: Salary plan (1)
d2: Salary plan (2)
d3: Salary plan (3)
s1: 0 house
Homework 4 Solution
Fall 2013 Dr. Zhang
1. #9 on page 271 (chapter 7)
The shaded region is the feasible region.
B
(150,225)
200
100
0
(150,100)
100
200
-100
-200
2. #19 on page 273 (chapter 7)
a.
b.
Max 3A + 4B + 0S1 + 0S2 + 0S3
s.t. -1A + 2B + 1S1 = 8
1A
Homework 2 Solution
Fall 2013 Dr. Zhang
1. #7 on page 89
Let x be the monthly demand.
a.
Monthly order quantity = E(x) = xf (x)
= 300(0.20) + 400(0.30) + 500(0.35) + 600(0.15)
= 445
The monthly order quantity should be 445 units.
b.
Cost:
Revenue:
c.
445
Regression Analysis of Wal-Mart Sales
Name: Joseph Johnson
LogontotheprovidedURL:
http:/walmartstores.com/Investors/
Answerquestion#3inthisWorddocumentattachmenttome,andsubmityourresponsesby
thedeadlineestablishedintheNEWSsection:
1.SelecttheAnnualRepor
RETAIL STORE COMPARISON
Name: Joseph Johnson
You have been hired as a Retail Sector Analyst for ABC local Investment Firm. Go to the
following site: http:/www.stores.org/STORES%2520Magazine%2520July
%25202013/top-100-retailers and click on the chart. Answ
Retail Problems Exercise
Name: Joseph Johnson
2 pts
1.Given the following information, determine Cost of Goods Sold (C.O.G.S.):
Beginning Inventory (B.I.) = $55,000
Ending Inventory (E.I.) = $60,000
Purchases = $37,500
Show your work!
55,000+37,500-60,000
Retailing Planning and Control Exercise
Name: Joseph Johnson
2 pts
1. As in my Power Point Discussion #1, what are the Eight Ps of Retailing?
a. People
b. Product
c. Place
d. Price
2 pts.
e. Promotion
f. Presentation
g. Personnel
h. Process
2 As in my Pow
Retail Census of Population Exercise
Name _Joseph Johnson_
Go to www.census.gov:
Under quick Facts enter Tennessee and at the top, enter Montgomery County, TN
Answer the questions found on this file and submit your responses in this Word
Document as a Dro
Census of Retail Assignment
Name: Joseph Johnson
Log on to the provided URL: www.census.gov/
Select Business tab and Economic Census. Select #44 Retail Trade.
A. Select Industry codes (on the left) and find the Womens Clothing NAICS number (on page
six).
DSCI 3410
Homework 4
Joseph Johnson
1. The only feasible region is A = B = 0
2.
a. Maximize 3A + 4B
subject to
1A - 2B 8
1A + 2B 12
2A + 1B 16
A,B 0
b.
maximize p = 3x + 4y
subject to
x - 2y <= 8
x + 2y <= 12
2x + y <= 16
x >= 0
y >= 0
c. Since optimum oc
Joseph Johnson
DCSI 3410
Exam 1
1.
a. 1/9 or a 11 % probability
b. 6/9 or 66% probability
c. 1/3 or 33% probability
d. From a statistical stand point you can not rule out the chance that they are
related because out of the total number of days recorded Bi
DSCI 3410 Homework 3
Chapter 4
Fall 2013
Do the following problems:
1. Jim has been employed at Gold Key Realty at a salary of $2,000 per month during
the past year. Because Jim is considered to be a top salesman, the manager of
Gold key is offering him o
DSCI 3410 Homework 2
Joseph Johnson
1.
A. 445
B. $6000 gain
C. 9475, 97.34
2.
A. 90%
B. 99%
C. 99.999999999999%
D. Yes, I would recommend more then one system because it increases your
probability of detecting any threats.
3.
A. .1113
B. -1.2295
C. $40.51
DSCI 3410 Homework1
Joseph Johnson
1.
A. Cost=2(30x)+4800
B. Profit=(300x)-[2(30x)+4800]
C. (300x30)-[2(30x30)+4800]
(9000)-(6600)=$2400
D. 20 Students
2.
A. 4706 copies
B. $12,000 loss
C. $23 per copy
D. Increase the price, $11,800 profit
3.
A. P(<2 yrs)
DSCI 3410 Homework 4
Chapter 7 and 8
Do the following problems:
1. Problem 9 on Page 271 of the textbook. (chapter 7)
2. Problem 19 on Page 273 of the textbook. (chapter 7)
3. Problem 11 on Page 333 of the textbook. (chapter 8)
4. Problem 17 on Page 337 o
DSCI 3410 Examination II
Fall 2013
Answer all questions (take-home examination)
Academic Honesty Policy: I understand that this is an open books/notes exam and I may
use a computer to perform computations as necessary. I have neither given nor received
he
Dsci 3410 Exam 2
Joseph Johnson
1.
Win (x, p(x):
Loss (x, p(x):
Expected Value
If Trans Rail bids $500,000:
$100,000
$0
$75,000
.75
.25
Win:
Loss:
Expected Value:
If Trans Rail bids $460,000
$60,000
$0
$60,000
1.00
.00
B.
C. As the Expected Value for a bi