Visual C# 2012 How to Program, Fifth Edition
CHAPTER 8Arrays
Practice Questions:
8.1 Introduction
1. Arrays may have
a) one
b) two
c) more than two
d) All of the above.
Answer: d
dimensions.
2. Arrays are
data structures.
a) constant
b) dynamic
c) static
Visual C# 2012 How to Program, Fifth Edition
Chapter 10Classes and Objects: A Deeper Look
Practice Questions:
10.1 Introduction
1. Object orientation uses classes to:
a) develop algorithms
b) encapsulate data and methods
c) organize large amounts of data
IPv4AddressingSubnetMasksandSubnets
1. SupposeyouhaveaworkstationthatusestheIPaddress203.12.176.55onatraditional
IPv4network.Towhatnetworkclassdoestheworkstationbelong?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
2. HowmanybytesareusedforanIPv4address?
a. 4
b. 16
c. 31
d. 64
3.
3. Interviews are conducted to find the right candidate for job with proper capabilities to handle the
work. One can ask different types of questions like: - open ended question, closed and range of response
questions. Followings are some questions:1. Is
Visual C# 2012 How to Program, Fifth Edition
CHAPTER 7Methods: A Deeper Look
Practice Questions:
7.1 Introduction
1. _ methods can be called without the need for an object of the class to exist.
a) special
b) independent
c) static
d) dependent
Answer: c
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DOUGLAS COLLEGE
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
COURSE INFORMATION AND SCHEDULE
FINC2340 Fundamentals of Financial Management / Summer 2017
Instructor:
Section:
CRN:
Prerequisites:
E-Mail:
Office location:
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Course location:
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Ch 4 Merchandising Formulas
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P=
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N = L(1-d) - basic discount formula
N = L(1-d) (1-d) (1-d)
S=C+M
M=E+P
S=C+E+P
Rate of Markup on Cost = M/C * 100%
Rate of markup on Selling price = M/S * 100%
S=
C =M =
C = M(reduced) =
S(reduced) =
D = Amount o
Lab 2
Question 1 [5 points]
The question was:
Simplify the following and collect the like terms:
3(4x - 8) + 7x - 7(x + 4)
Your solution was:
Marking:
The correct answer was: 12x - 52
TIP: Sometimes an algebraic expression may be simplified by adding or s
Lab 1
Question 1 [5 points]
The question was:
Evaluate the following expression:
(5 5 - 4)3 6 + 6
Note: Please make sure your final answer(s) are accurate to 2 decimal places.
Your solution was:
Marking:
The correct answer was: 1,549.50
Do not forget the
Chapter 10 Ordinary Annuities
This chapter will also use:
PV = FV(1 + i)-n
FV = PV(I + i)n
Future Value of an ordinary simple Annuity
[
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n
(1+ i)
FV
= PMT
i 1
Cash Flow
Inflows are treated as positive (+) eg receipts
Outflows are treated as negative (-)
Chapter 6 Simple Interest
I=Prt
Sum = P + I
where I = Total interest
P = principal
r = rate of interest
t = term period (in years)
Calculate the Interest earned on $5000 invested at 4.5% for 37 days
I = $5000 * .045 * 37/365
I = $22.81
Sum = Total future
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Name:_
Marks:
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Midterm 1 Version 1
This exam has 10 questions and its worth a total of x marks. You have 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete this
test. Show your work on the exam. Be sure to read each question carefully and to write legibly. If I cant
un
Chapter 11 Formula Sheet
11.1
Use this formula to calculate PMT by entering in the known values for i, n and PV or FV.
1 1 i n
PV PMT
i
1 i n 1
FV PMT
i
For general annuities, the periodic interest rate must match the payment interval, substitute i wi
Chapter 8 and 9 Compound Interest
Periodic Interest rate = Nominal Interest rate / Number of compounding per year
i = j/m
j = Nominal interest rate what the bank gives you 9.5% compounded semi-annually
m = Number of compounding per year .2 for semi-annual
Ch 5 Applications of Linear equations - BrkEven
Cost-Volume-profit Analysis is a technique for estimating a firms operating profit at any sales volume,
given the firms fixed costs and unit variable costs.
Net income = Total Revenue Operating Expenses
AT B
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW VALUATION
Future and Present Values of Multiple Cash Flows
Valuing Level Cash Flows: Annuities and Perpetuities
Comparing Rates: The Effect of Compounding
Loan Typ
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
!
Stock Valuation
STOCK VALUATION
Common Stock Valuation
Common Stock Features
Preferred Stock Features
Stock Market Reporting
CASH FLOWS FOR SHAREHOLDERS
If you buy a share of stock, you can receive cash in two way
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Capital Structure and Financing Decisions
Content
The Effect of Financial Leverage
M&M Propositions I and II with Corporate Taxes
Bankruptcy Costs
Optimal Capital Structure
Raising Capital: Debt vs. Equity
Capital Rest
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Introduction
WHAT IS FINANCE?
THEORY I:
WE LOVE MONEY
THEORY II:
THERE IS NO FREE LUNCH
INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE
Corporate Finance and the Financial Manager
Forms of Business Organization
The Goal of Financial
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
!
Bond Valuation and Interest Rates
BOND VALUATION AND
INTEREST RATES
Bonds and Bond Valuation
Bond Features
Bond Ratings
Bond Markets
Inflation and Interest Rates
BOND DEFINITIONS
Bond
Par value (face value)
Cou
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
!
Time Value of Money
TIME VALUE OF MONEY
Future Value and Compounding
Present Value and Discounting
More on Present and Future Values
Summary and Conclusions
BASIC DEFINITIONS
Present Value earlier money on a time
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
!
Working with Financial Statements
WORKING WITH FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Standardized Financial Statements
Ratio Analysis
Using Financial Statement Information
STANDARDIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Common-Size Balance Shee
FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Raising Capital
Content
Raising Capital
Venture Capital
IPO and SEO
Long Term Debt
Raising Capital
Debt: Public Debt (Corporate bonds) & Private Debt (Loans)
!
Equity: Common Shares & Preferred Shares
!
Public issue
isys114 Tutorial week6
Case Study: Willowbrook School
Willowbrook School
Willowbrook School is a small private school that has retained you to assist in the
development of a new information system for the schools administrative needs.
Background
Willowbro
Willowbrook School
Case Assignment
Chapter 1&2
Chapter 1
1. Organization chart of Willowbrook Schools paid staff
After-care Program
Preschool
Full-time teacher
Vice Principal
Susan Brown
Principal
Kathy Gilliard
After-care Program
Primary Grades
Full-time
TERM-PROJECT FINC 4360 PORTFOLIO 2
GROUP PROJECT (20% OF THE TOTAL MARKS)
Goals
The term-project aims:
a) To provide students with the opportunity to understand and solve problems while building an
investment portfolio;
b) To develop public speaking skill