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Math in Economics
Jonica L. Caldwell
QRB/501
02-27, 2017
Kathleen Langlois
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Math in Economics
I operate a delivery service in Honolulu, Hawaii and am thinking of branching out to
another market in a different state. My main consideration is Los Angeles
The Business Side of Standard Deviation
Jonica Caldwell
QRB/501
February 20th, 2017
Kathleen Langlois
Introduction
Kaiser Permanente: standard deviation data run on yearly revenue
from 2011-2015.
Standard deviation shows the variation from the mean that t
Aramark Corporation and
Subsidiaries
Five year Overview 1997 to 2001
& Standard Deviation
Review the financial data of Aramark
Corporation and Subsidiaries for 1997 to
2001.
Define Standard Deviation.
Determine and analyze the Standard
Deviation.
Discuss
1.
What should we use to measure the value of a project or a proposal? Free cash flow or
accounting profit? Why?
The focus should be on free cash flows rather than accounting profits because these are the
flows that the company receives and can reinvest.
DQ1
My goal is to have $6000 interest income in 3 years to buy a decent second-hand car.
If I can only get asimpleannual interest rate of 2% from the bank, how much money I will need to put in now?
After I do the calculation, I realize it is unrealistic
Instructions:
Week 4 Individual Assignment
Total Number of Questions - 12
1. You have twelve problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers directly in the cel
MGM Resorts
International
Financial Analysis
January 9, 2017
QRB/501
Dr. Jacob D Simmons
Agenda
MGM Resorts International
Graphs: Net revenues, Casino Revenues, Non-Casino
Revenues, General/Administrative Expenses
Standard Deviation: The role/Uses in B
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Gas Price Analysis
QRB/501
January 16, 2017
Dr. Jacob D. Simmons
2
Gas Price Analysis
A successful business may want to venture into a new market. This will require research
to determine if the expansion will be a profitable adventure. Elasticity of sup
Business Math, Ch. 5: Equations
Completed (REQUIRED)
Reading
52
Objectives:
1.1
1.2
1.3
Instructions
Reading
Read Ch. 5 of Business Math.
Consider the following as you read:
How to use order of operations to evaluate an expression
Business Math, Ch. 8: Trade and Cash Discounts
Not completed (REQUIRED)
Reading
86
Objectives:
2.1
Instructions
Reading
Read Ch. 8 of Business Math.
Consider the following as you read:
Understand discounting and invoicing terms
Business Math, Ch. 6: Percents
Completed (REQUIRED)
Reading
44
Objectives:
1.4
1.5
1.6
more
Instructions
Reading
Read Ch. 6 of Business Math.
Consider the following as you read:
How to use Excel to convert a decimal number to a percent and vice-versa.
How
Discussion questions eco 561
What is an opportunity cost and how does the idea relate to the definition of economics?
What are the differences between macroeconomics and microeconomics?
What are unemployment and inflation and how do these concepts relate
Business Math, Ch. 7: Business Statistics
Completed (REQUIRED)
Reading
128
Objectives:
3.1
3.2
3.3
more
Instructions
Reading
Read Ch. 7 of Business Math.
Consider the following as you read:
How to read bar, pie, and line graphs.
Understand and interpret m
Instructions
1. You have ten problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers directly in the cell.
The instructor will then know where you made a mistake and pr
Problem Experienced
Lockups
Manual Re-start
Memory Errors
Slow Startup
Weekly Virus Scan
Total Result
Count - Date
6
1
10
1
4
22
Number of
Server Downti me in November
25
22
20
Count - Date
15
10
10
6
4
5
1
0
Lockups
Manual Re-start Memory Errors
Mean (Do
Refer to the Chapter 5 Case Study 5-1 on Page 187 of your text.
Answer the following questions.
Question 1
Find the total square footage that requires painting for the bedroom and the living/dining room,
and then nd the total square footage for the entire
Instructions:
Week 3 Individual Assignment
Total Number of Questions - 10
Total Points: 6
1. You have ten problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers direct
Instructions:
Week 4 Individual Assignment
Total Number of Questions - 12
1. You have twelve problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers directly in the cel
Instructions:
Week 4 Individual Assignment
Total Number of Questions - 12
1. You have twelve problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers directly in the cel
Barry learned in an online investment course that he should start investing as soon
as possible. He had always thought that it would be smart to start investing after he
finishes college and when his salary is high enough to pay the bills and to have mone
Developing Leadership Modles
Developing leaders is complex and the pace which developing leaders in todays business must be
minimum to keep pace with the rate of changes and escalating complexity.
Leadership agenda is facing most companies and these compa
The Business Side of Standard
Deviation
Denise Amalfitano
QRB 501
January 9, 2017
Nathaniel Litton
Starbucks
History of Starbucks
Annual Reports
Companies Financial Data
The role of standard deviation in
financial analysis
History of Starbucks
Beginning o
Running head: MATH IN ECONOMICS
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Math in Economics
Denise Amalfitano
QRB/501
January 16, 2017
Nathaniel Litton
MATH IN ECONOMICS
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Math in Economics
This is year that we should expand out delivery services. Gas prices have been at
an all time low. Crude
Instructions:
Week 4 Individual Assignment
Total Number of Questions - 12
1. You have twelve problems - one on each tab of this Excel file.
2. Please show your work in the cells. Use Excel formulas instead of writing the values/answers directly in the cel
Part A
Ford Motor Corp
Income Statement
Reveunes
Expenses
Net income
Taxes at 25%
In Billions except for percentages
Year 1 2015
Year 2 2016
Year 3 2017
Year 4 2018
Year 5 2019
149.6
161.6
177.7
195.5
215.0
141.9
156.1
171.7
188.9
207.8
7.7
5.5
6.0
6.6
7.
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Challenges of Expansion to a Foreign Location
In this analysis, one will identify the market structure of the chosen firm along with its
current market share and competitors. One will also analyze the barriers to entry and identify and
explain trends in
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Influence of Economics on Household Decision Making
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Influence of Economics on Household Decision Making
Consumers make decisions all the time and there are many factors that influence their
decisions to make big purchases such as a car, appliances, ho