Week #1 Quiz
1.
List the Characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of the three main forms of business organization.
Types
Sole
Proprietorship
Characteristics
Advantages
Disadvantages
1 owner
1. single taxation
1. personal assets are unprotected
2. ea
MBA 522 Week 5 quiz
1.
An investment promises the following cash flow stream: $1,000 at Time 0; $2,000 at the end of Year 1 (or at T=1); $3,000 at the end of Year 2; and
$5,000 at the end of Year 3. At a discount rate of 5%, what is the future value of th
Exam 1 Excel portion.
Name:_Robin Smith_
1. The future value of $3,00 eight years from now at 7 percent.
What are you solving for? _FV_
List variables:
Nper (N)
Rate (I)
Present Value (PV)
Payment (PMT)
Future Value (FV)
=8
=7
= 3,000
=0
=?
Answer: _$5,15
Chapter 3 Quiz
Question #1 Using the data, create the three statements below:
Use the data below to construct the 2005 Income Statement, Balance Sheet
and statement of Retained Earnings.
Long term debt
$
750
Common Stock
$
130
Accruals
$
140
Cash
$
10
Not
Robin Smith
MBA 522 Corporate Finance
1/24/17
Week 1 Assignment
Chapter 4:
1. FV = PV (1 + i)n
= $10,000(1+0.10)5
=$16,105.10 is the future value of the amount in 5 years
2. PV = FV/ (1 + i)n
=$5,000/ (1 + 0.07)20
=$5,000/ 3.869684
=$1,292.10 is the Prese
FIN580: Module 6: Ratio Analysis Table
Using data from IBMs financial statements, complete the chart below. Note that you have to research and find the industry averages.
Company Name:
Main
Explanation
Ratio
Category
Liquidity Ratios
Ratios
between the
li
Chapter 10 Review
Name _ Pd _
Show work. Round answers to 3 decimal places.
1.
Modern medical practice tells us not to encourage babies to become too fat. Is there a positive
correlation between the weight x of a 1-year-old baby and the weight y of a matu
Statistics, Decision-making and
Modeling (MCU-BUS 640)
Week 1 Assignment 2 Brief
By Hend Gabra
Instructor: Dr. Yiannis Kiouvrekis
1
A- Choose an article from the media that uses probability, briefly explain what
they did and if an alternative approach cou
Week 3 Assignment 1 Brief ANOVA
1. A manager at the head office of a company is considering 3 branch office managers
for promotion. Branch reports include records of sales volume per agent for each
branch. A random sample of records was selected for agent
http:/onlinestatbook.com/2/chi_square/contingency.html
Contingency Tables
Author(s)
David M. Lane
Prerequisites
Chi Square Distribution, One-Way Tables
Learning Objectives
1. State the null hypothesis tested concerning contingency tables
2. Compute expect
Week 1 Assignment 1 Brief
1. Gather data by observation that can be easily categorized with finding frequency for each
category (number of blue cars, red cars, white cars, other color cars that pass at a particular
point; OR number of men and women presen
Week 2 Assignment 1 - Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing
(One Population)
1. The shoulder height for a random sample of six (6) fawns (deer less than 5 months
old) in a national park was , = 79.25 cm with population standard deviation = 5.33
cm.
Week 2 Assignment 2 Inference (Two Populations), Chi-squared Tests
1. In a study of brain waves during sleep, a sample of 29 college students were
randomly separated into two groups. The first group had 15 people and were each
given liter of red wine befo
BUS-640 Statistics, Decision-making and Modelling
Week 1 - Assignment 3
Save your work in one file. Word or Excel is acceptable. The name of the file should be
your surname followed by your first name (for example Komodromou_Janell).
Solve all of the exer
CHAPTER 1
LO 1.1 Describe the importance of statistics.
With knowledge of statistics:
Avoid risk of making uninformed decisions and costly
mistakes
Differentiate between sound statistical conclusions
and questionable conclusions.
Statistics is the metho
Chapter 5:
Antennas and Propagation
An antenna is an electrical conductor or system of
conductors
Transmission - radiates electromagnetic energy
Reception - collects electromagnetic energy from space
Two-way communication - the same antenna can be
use
Problem-1)
1)For the costs of 14 cameras, the summary statistics are as follows:
n 14, xi 4870
1) Mean
x
i
i
n
4870
347.86
14
Arrange the data in ascending order and find the average of middle of values (since even
number of observations are available) t
AN INTRODUCTION TO
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
AN INTRODUCTION TO
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Edited by Rhonda Phillips and Robert H. Pittman
First published 2009
by Routledge
2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN
Simultaneously published in the USA and
In the article, International business, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development, Kolk and Tulder argue for social, environmental, and
economic dimensions of corporate activity in order for the development of a positive future of societ
Ethical Checkup
Your final project involves an analysis of the ethical health of the company for which you
work and implementation of a small plan of improvement. You may use a company you no
longer work for to complete this project, but you must have acc