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Chapter 11: The Cost of Capital
(Part 2)
Exercise 1: Book weights and market weights: Webster Company has compiled the
information shown in the following table:
Sources of
Book Value
Market Value
Target
After tax cost
Capital
market
value wei

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Tutorial 7
Problem 1
Janet can get a $50,000 home improvement loan from
two banks. The first charges 7%(12) and the second
charges 7.05%(2). If she wants to pay off her loan in
5 years, which bank is better and by how much?
Solution
S1= $70,881.26
S2= $70

Tutorial (2)
Chapter 8: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows
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years ago at a cost of $ 325,000. The system can be sold today for $200,000.It is being
depreciated under MA

Tutorial (1)
Chapter 8: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows
Q1. Define:
1. Corporate Finance
2. Capital Investment Decisions
3. Working Capital Decisions
4. Capital Budgeting
Q2 What is the difference between corporate finance and managerial finance?
Q3 What is

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Chapter 12: Long-Term Financial Decisions
P12-4 Breakeven analysis Barry Carter is considering opening a music store. He wants to
estimate the number of CDs he must sell to break even. The CDs will be sold for $13.98 each,
variable operating

Tutorial (4)
Chapter 11: The Cost of Capital
Question (1): Cost of debt.
For each of the following $1000 par- value bonds, assuming annual interest payment
and a 40% tax rate calculate the after tax cost to maturity of debt financing.
Bond
Life
Underwriti

Tutorial (3)
Chapter 9: Capital Budgeting Techniques
Question (1):
Payback and NPV
Neil Corporation has 2 projects under consideration. The cash flows for each project are
shown in the following table. The firm has a 16% cost of capital.
A
B
Initial inves

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Tutorial 5
WEEK 6
Problem 1
A $50,000 financial instrument is worth $50,400 in 3
months. Find the rate of return at a simple interest
rate and at a bank discount rate.
Solution 1
i= 3.20%
d= 3.17%
Problem 2
On May 22, Nelson Securities invests $100,000 in

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1. Define: Working Capital Decisions
2. Compare between Accept-Reject versus Ranking Approaches
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Finance Department
Quiz 1 in Corporate Finance (30 minutes)
1. Define: The primary goal of corporate finance.
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a. Implementation
b

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Quiz 1 in Corporate Finance (30 minutes)
1. Define: Capital Budgeting
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Tutorial 6
Problem 1
The future value of $100 received today and deposited
in an account for four years paying semiannual
interest of 6 percent is
A) $450.
B) $126.
C) $889.
D) $134.
Solution
Answer: B
Problem 2
Find the future value at the end of year 3

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Tutorial 11
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stock at the unit price of $26 1/8. Find the
a) The commission charge
b) Total cost
Patricia later sold 500 shares of the stock
obtained in problem 1 at $64 find
A) The commission charge
B) Net profit

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Tutorial 8
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period, a hospital business manager invested
one-sixth of his monthly bonus of $900. How
much will the amount be four years after the
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