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GERMAN 1502
Indo-European
Course Syllabus
GER 1502
Indo-European Folktales
Instructor
Name: Alton Post, Ph.D.
Office
Address: University of Pittsburgh
Germanic Language & Literature
1409 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
E-mail: Altonpost@verizon.net
Phone:
Office Hours:
Indo-European Folktales
GER1502 University External Studies Program
What follows is a highly concise summary of some background information and
glossary of sorts of some of the terminology one finds in the study of folktales. It is
presented in summarized
1. After losing another Super Bowl and his endorsements, Tom Brady decided to sell bonds
with 10 years to maturity and a $1,000 face value. The YTM is 7.5% in the market and
his bonds sold for $910.76. What is the annual coupon on Bradys bonds?
a. $62
b.
1. The IRR method is defined as:
a. The discount rate used in the NPV method
b. The discount rate used in the discounted payback period method
c. The return that is over and above the cost of capital
d. The discount rate that sets NPV equal to zero
ANSWER
1. TI produces 1000 TI-83 calculators each hour. The average cost incurred in their
production is $42. If the marginal cost is $19, what is the fixed cost?
a. $19,000
b. $23,000
c. $61,000
d. $42,000
ANSWER: B
2. Peters, in an attempt to increase revenue,
Information Collection and Stock Selection Project
1) Choose 3 stocks (each from a different industry).
2) Collect the following 15 bits of information for each stock. Enter the information into the colored cells.
One website containing the required data
Week 1 Assignments: Quiz 1 Discussion 1
Week 1 Lecture Notes
This week we begin an in-depth exploration of human sexuality. An important place to start is the
past as it informs the present. Consider the question, where does sex come from and what does it
Midterm2 - Practice Problems
Use the following information for questions 1 6:
You are analyzing a project and have developed the following information.
Year
0
1
2
3
4
Required payback period
Required return
Project A
Cash Flow
-$84,000
$29,000
$40,000
$ 7
Midterm 1 Formula sheet
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College of Business Administration
University of Pittsburgh
Class Notes #2
Chapter 5
Time Value of Money
Leonce Bargeron
BUSFIN 1030: Introduction to Finance
January 2012
Fundamental Idea: A dollar today is
worth more than a dollar tomorrow.
Question: How
College of Business Administration
University of Pittsburgh
Class Notes #3
Chapter 6
Discounted Cash Flow
Valuation
Leonce Bargeron
BUSFIN 1030: Introduction to Finance
January 2012
Key Concepts and Skills
At the end of this chapter you should be able
to:
College of Business Administration
University of Pittsburgh
Class Notes #5
Chapter 8
Stock Valuation
Leonce Bargeron
BUSFIN 1030: Introduction to Finance
February 2012
Introduction
We have seen that the value of an asset depends on:
The magnitude of the
Information Collection and Stock Selection Project
Project is due in class on Wednesday, January 11.
This project has three objectives:
1. Give students hands on experience gathering financial information.
2. Create a real world portfolio to use as a back
Midterm 1 Formula sheet
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Midterm 1 Review Session Problems:
Chapter 2:
HAL Co. financial information for the years 2010 and 2011 includes the following:
Current Assets:
2011: 4,512, 2010: 4,357
Current Liabilities: 2011: 3,789, 2010: 3,710
Net Fixed Assets:
2011: 2,800, 2010: 2,7