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Chapter 10 Sample Problems
1. (a) You are planning a project that, in year 1, will see you selling 10,000 units at $4.00
per unit and costing $1.50 per unit to make. Fixed overhead costs are $15,000 per year.
The capital assets cost $35,000 and have a 15%
ANSWERS TO CHAPTER 2 QUESTIONS Eighth Edition
1
Total assets = $5,100 + $23,800 = $28,900
Total liabilities = $4,300 + $7,400 = $11,700
So equity = assets liabilities = $28,900 - $11,700 = $17,200
Net working capital = current assets current liabilities =
Chapter 15 Sample Problem 1
Joes Meat Packing Inc. recently completed an initial public offering of 800,000 shares, from
which it received $5.00 per share from the underwriter. The offering price was $5.50 per share,
and the market price rose to $6.10 on
ANSWERS TO CHAPTER 7 QUESTIONS EIGHTH EDITION
2.
Assuming a $1,000 face value (FV), PMT = 0.07(1,000)/2 = $35 per half year,
so N = 40, and PV = -1,000 if you bought the bond when it was first issued
and P/Y = C/Y = 2. So the yield to maturity I/Y = 7%. I
ANSWERS TO CHAPTER 9 PROBLEMS EIGHTH EDITION
3. Cash Flow (A) pays back $40,000 in two years. So accept that project. Cash Flow
(B) pays back only $55,000 in three years vs. the $60,000 initial investment, so reject
that project, in spite of the projected