FM2555 Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
Corporations invest in real assets, which generate income.
Corporations finance their investments by borrowing, by retaining and reinvesting cash
flow, and by selling additional shares of stock t
AS1021b- Module 2
Old Age
Lecture Notes - Set 1
January 18, 2017
AS1021- W2016 Module 2 Lecture Notes (Set 1)
Module 2
OLD AGE
Module 2 required readings;
Readings listed on course outline for this
module are from custom course package
Note: lecture not
EXCEL Graphing Notes
For Assignment 1
This note assumes that you have already performed the calculations on your spreadsheet for
question 8 and have set up columns for the time (say column A), accumulated value (column B),
the effective rate of interest (
CHAPTER 21 SAMPLE QUESTIONS
After completing Chapter 21, I would expect you to be able to complete problems such as the following. These
are questions related to this chapter that have actually appeared on my past midterms. This is only a sample, and
you
CHAPTER 20 SAMPLE QUESTIONS
After completing Chapter 20, I would expect you to be able to complete problems such as the following. These
are questions related to this chapter that have actually appeared on my past midterms. This is only a sample, and
you
Assignments: Oct 4, Nov 8, Nov 29
Tests: Sept 25, Oct 23, Nov 13, Dec4
Exams: Oct 31 (6-8pm)
Chapter 1 The Time Value of Money
In any financial transaction, there are two
parties:
The lender and the borrower
- Go to the bank, make a deposit
The bank is bo
Present Value (section 1.5)
We know that P invested today at a rate of
interest i, will accumulate to S in t-years
time
OR
A(0) invested today will grow to A(t) after
t-years, and $1 today will grow to a(t) in
t-years
But, if you wanted to have $1 in t-ye
AS1021b- Module 2
Old Age
Lecture Notes Set 3
February 6, 2017
Government Plans
Readings-Chapter3 from course package
AS1021- W2016 Module 2 Lecture Notes (Set 3)
Module 2
OLD AGE
(A)
Economic Problem of Old Age (Set1 lecture notes)
(B)
Attacking the Prob
AS1021b- Module 3
Poor Health: Medical Needs
Lecture Notes - Set 2*
March 13, 2017
Cpp benefit calculations
50 marks 5 questions module 2 70% 30% module 3 30% calculations CPP after age 65 OAS and clawback allowance and allowance for
the survivor (no bene
AS1021b Module 1
Lecture notes Set 2
What is Financial Security and
Insecurity?
Module 1 Readings:
1.
Economic Security and Insecurity
2. Basic Principles of Social Insurance
Basic Principles of Social Insurance (SI)
AS1021- W2016 Module 1 Lecture Notes
AS1021b- Module 1
Financial Security and
Insecurity
Lecture Notes - Set 1
January 9, 2017
AS1021- W2016 Module 1 Lecture Notes (Set 1)
Module 1
What is Financial Security and
Insecurity?
Module 1 Readings (below) posted on
OWL:
1. Economic Security and In
Actsci 1021- Test 2
Module 2- Set 3
OAS:
Portability:
Canada has reciprocal agreements with some countries so that social security
benefits may be preserved when people emigrate/immigrate
-must be eligible before moving
-can sometimes be partial payments
Unit 1- Intro
Business-Any endeavor or enterprise that achieves a goal through the effort of a person or
persons that involves a monetary component. requires money to operate
Goal: more money in than outMARGINlarge margin means success, low/no margin
mean
AS1021b- Module 4
Poor Health: Disability
Lecture Notes Set 1
March 21, 2017
AS1021- W2016 Module 2 Lecture Notes (Set 2)
Module 4- Set 1 Lecture Notes
The Problem
Extended period(s) of disability can lead to economic
insecurity since;
o Person is unable
AS1021b- Module 5
Premature Death
Lecture Notes Set 1(only set)
April 3, 2017
AS1021- W2016 Module 2 Lecture Notes (Set 2)
Module 5- Premature Death
The Problem
One cause of Economic Insecurity previously discussed is when
a person with unfilled obligati
Calculus 2402 Calculus with Analysis for Statistics
Chapter 14.1: Functions of Several Variables
A function f of two variables is a rule that assigns to each
ordered pair of real numbers ( x , y ) in a set D a unique real number
denoted by f ( x , y ) . T
Corporate
Finance
Midterm 1: October 5th in class
Midterm 2: November 14th
*September 7, 2017*
What is a Corporation?
-A legal entity separate form the persons who own it or the person who
manage or operate it
Legal entity a legal person, the corporation
AS1021b- Module 2
Old Age
Lecture Notes - Set 1
January 18, 2017
AS1021- W2016 Module 2 Lecture Notes (Set 1)
Module 2
OLD AGE
Module 2 required readings;
Readings listed on course outline for this
module are from custom course package
Note: lecture not
the limit of the function
y f !x" ! x 2 ! x " 2 as x approaches 2 is equal to 4. The
notation for this is
RIVATIVES
saying
Notice the phrase but x " a in the definition of limit. This means that in find1ing the
limnever
!x 2 !consider
x " 2" x!4 a. In fac
rvals using left and right
into n congruent triangles with central angle 2%*n, s
that
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te this equation
by showing
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CALC 1501 LECTURE NOTES
RASUL SHAFIKOV
3. Improper Intergrals.
So far we dealt with integration of continuous functions on bounded intervals. In this section
we will discuss integration of continuous functions on unbounded intervals, and als
11.1 - Sequences
Notice that
positive
n there and
is aso corresponding
number
a n and
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will every
deal exclusively
withinteger
infinite sequences
each term a n will have
a succes. be thought
sequence
cansorbea n!1
defined
as a function
the set of
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n!0 of the form
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where x is a variable and !the cns
are constants called2 the coefficients
of t
9.1 - Modeling With
Differential Equations
Models of Population Growth
One model for the growth of a population is based on the assumption that the population
grows at a rate proportional to the size of the population. That is a reasonable assumption
for
8.1 - Arc Length
FIGURE 2
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the polygon
increased.
This process
familiar
for the where
case ofthe
a circle,
is increased.
This is
process
is familiar
for theiscase
of a circle,
cir- where the circumference
is the
of lengths
of inscribed
polygons
is the li
mials, and exponential functions.
Derivatives
a
3.1constant
Lets start with the simplest of all functions, the
function f !x" of
! cPolynomials
. The graph
of this function is the horizontal line y ! c, which has slope 0, so we must have f #!x" ! 0.
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