17-30 Weighted-average method, assigning costs (continuation of 1729).
Solution Exhibit 17-30 summarizes total costs to account for, calculates cost per
equivalent unit of work done to date in the Assembly Division of Fenton Watches, Inc.,
and assigns cos
Summer 2010 Surrey
Question 1
A firm faces the following demand and cost functions:
P
= 23 0.6q
AVC
= 3 + 0.4q
AFC
= 40q-1
(a) Calculate the output that minimizes Average Cost.
(b) Calculate the output that maximizes profits.
Question 2
Ivy is a typical s
ASSIGNMENT #3: Business 312
Cutting and pasting the suggested solution is not sufficient effort to get a mark for this or any
other assignment question. Some of the questions from this assignment are from Chapter 2 and
some are from Chapter 3.
1.
The foll
Bus 207: Assignment #05
Q1. The Students Union introduces the following scheme: Students can buy a Caffeine
Addict card for $50, which entitles them to a 25% discount on the price of coffee sold at the
cafeteria. With coffee on the horizontal axis and inc
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Textbook Ch. 8: Discussion Qs 5, 6.
Textbook Ch. 9: Discussion Qs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Q1. Woozles can be manufactured in either of two types of factory with the following
cost functions. A perfectly competitive manufacturer of woozles c
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Textbook Ch. 7 Discussion Qs 2, 3, 9, 10, 12.
Q1.
A production process uses only one input, labor, and is described by the
following production function:
Q = 12L2 - 1/3 L3
(a)
At what level of input L does diminishing returns start
Chapter 1. The investment environment
Role of Financial assets and markets:
The investment process:
Information role
Consumption timing
Allocation of risk
Separation of ownership and management
Saving and investing
Asset allocation: Risk/return trade off
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Student's name: .
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Problem BS-63A, part (e): Complete the following volatility-based binomial trees
We use the same parameters as in parts (a)-(d):
Length of period:
in days:
180
in years:
T = 0.493151
Continuousl
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Solution to Problem BS-63A
S(0) =
r=
=
(a)
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K=
B = B(0,T) = PV($1) =
BK = PV(K)=
$102
0.04
180 days
0.493151 years
S(0)-BK = 8.86
The lower bound is max(0,S(0)-BK) =
The upper bound is
0.5
$95
$0.98047
$93.14
8.86
FORW-84
1
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Solution to Problem FORW-84
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With our usual notation: X 180/365,
/$ X /045180$'& 1.0224,
/$ X "/$ X 0.9781.
(1)
FV($1) V! X /<X /06180$'& 1.030031.
(2)
PV$1 F ! X "V ! X .970844.
(3)
Now to the questions:
(a
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Solution to Problem BIN-318A
S(0) = $100
R = 1.0125
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u = 1.02
d = 0.96
The risk-neutralized probability:
= (R d)/(u d) = 0.8750
The tree for S:
106.1208
104.04
102.000
99.8784
100.000
97.9200
96.000
94.0032
92.16
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Solution of Problem ARB-83A
(a)
Time-0
Time-X value
value
WX 20
20 WX
0
1
1
0
1
1
Units
Cash-or-nothing call
1
Cash-or-nothing put
1
Total
- " !
: " !
- " ! : " !
(b) The conclusion from (a) is the relationship
- "
Chapter 10. Behavioral finance and technical analysis
Behavioral finance:
Investors do not always process information correctly
Investors often make inconsistent or systematically suboptimal decisions
Errors in information processing (Mis-estimating true
Solution 11- 4 (Basic)
Net income before income taxes.
Add: Loss on the sale of investment [ssec. 9(3)].
$ 10,000
Amortization [par. 18(1)(b)].
104,900
Interest on income tax payments [par. 18(1)(t)].
435
Club dues [par. 18(1)(l)].
1,750
Political contrib
Chapter 10 - 3 (Advanced)
Employment income. per T4s
ssec. 7(1) benefit(1).
interest benefit on loan [ssec. 80.4(1)](2).
Property income Interest net of carrying charges(3).
Par. 3(a).
Taxable capital gains(4) [par. 3(b)].
Par. 3(c) and total Division B
Solution 1 (Basic)
Andrew will be taxable on taxable income earned in Canada in 2013 because he will be deemed
to have been employed in Canada under subsection 115(2). Taxable income earned in Canada will
be computed under subsection 115(1) and taxable un
Resource Constraints
Question 1.
A company manufactures 3 types of desktop computers. The income
statement for the 3 products and the whole company is shown below:
Sales
Variable costs
Fixed costs
Operating inc.
Product A
$ 50,000
25,000
16,000
$ 9,000
Pr
Lesson 2
Complex Situations Relating to Short-term
Decisions
Theory of Constraints
Use of Solver to Manage Limited Resources
Paul Jeyakumar
1
Limited Resources
If there are no constraints, we produce the
product with the largest contribution margin per
u
Residency of an individual
a) regular residents
liable under Part 1 on worldwide income for the whole year
b) part year residents
liable under Part 1 on worldwide income for that part
due to emigration
due to imigration
c) Deemed Residents
liable under Pa
Question 5
a) If I was the manager of the Intermediate Division, I would sell 30,000 units of product C,
plus 10,000 units of product A and B in order to optimize the profit. Product C should be
maximized because it has the highest contribution margin per
FORW-14A
1
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Solution to Problem FORW-14A
(a) Replicating a forward contract with delivery price $96:
Standard forward contract
Bond
Total
Units
1
11
N/A
Time-X value
(cash inflow)
WX 107
$11
WX 96
Time-0 value
(cash o
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Solution to Problem BIN-105
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S is the price of a non-dividend-paying stock.
c is the price of a call with strike price K =
$99
S = 102.50
c = 3.50
u=
1.025
d=
0.975
Also given:
R=
1.015
S = 100
c =
S = 97.50
c= 0
(a)
The
Hull: Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, Ninth Edition
Chapter 9: Mechanics of Options Markets
Multiple Choice Test Bank
1. Which of the following describes a call option?
A. The right to buy an asset for a certain price
B. The obligation to buy
Philosophy 110
Introduction to Logic and Reasoning
Nicolas Fillion
Assistant Professor
Simon Fraser University
July 27th, 2015
Relations and Nested Quantifiers
1
Relations and Nested Quantifiers
2
Relations and their properties
Relations and their propert
Philosophy 110
Introduction to Logic and Reasoning
Nicolas Fillion
Assistant Professor
Simon Fraser University
August 10th, 2015
Preparing for the final exam
1
Preparing for the final exam
2
More symbolization in PL with identity
More symbolization in PL
Hull: Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, Ninth Edition
Chapter 5: Determination of Forward and Futures Prices
Multiple Choice Test Bank
1. Which of the following is a consumption asset?
A. The S&P 500 index
B. The Canadian dollar
C. Copper
D. IB
FORW-87A
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Solution of Problem FORW-87A
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Solution to Q1:
(b)
S(0) = $100.00
Dividend = $6.00
Synthetic zero-value forward contract (long)
Stock
t1-maturity bond
T-maturity bond
Total
Units
1
-6
-96.941
Time-0 value Time
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Solution to Problem ARB-51A
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Given:
A zero coupon bond maturing in one year (time T) with a maturity value $1.
XYZ stock. It will not pay dividends in the coming year.
A European call on XYZ, with strike price $40
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Solution to Problem BIN-304A
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Part 1
S(0) = 100
129.503
u = 1.09
d = 0.965
R = 1.05
118.810
109.000
100.000
114.652
105.185
96.500
= 0.68
101.504
93.123
t=0
t=1
89.863
t=3
t=2
Part 2
(a)
A European call option ex
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Solution of Problem FORW-88A
Solution to Q1:
S(0) = $20.00
The price in dollars of the foreign bond is
Bf(0,T)S(0) = $19.247
The maturity value of this bond is 1 dinar, which is worth S(T) dollars.
All values below a
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Student number:.
Student name:.
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Problem POS-40
XYZ stock currently trades at $28 per share. A 25-strike European call option, expiring in
one year, is available for $11. In addition, one can lend or borrow at 5%. That is,