1. Explain in your own words the meaning of the term court structure.
Court structure is how courts are being structured, based on their different levels of hearing of cases
and their importance. There are 3 courts within the court structure. The appellat
FM102: Personal Financial Planning
Project Work (20%)
Question 1
Norman, a 28year old Pharmacist, is thinking to take his investment to a new level,
besides the routine savings he does in a local bank account. He is currently very confused
with the state
Unit 4
The Web
Computer Concepts 2016
4 Unit Contents
Section A: Web Basics
Section B: Browsers
Section C: HTML
Section D: HTTP
Section E: Search Engines
Unit 4: The Web
2
4 Section A: Web Basics
Web Overview
Evolution
Web Sites
Hypertext Links
URLs
Unit
Unit 3
Networks
Computer Concepts 2016
3 Unit Contents
Section A: Network Basics
Section B: The Internet
Section C: Internet Access
Section D: Local Area Networks
Section E: File Sharing
Unit 3: Networks
2
3 Section A: Network Basics
Communication Systems
Week 1
Introduction to
Small Business Finance
Chapter 1 (Holmes, et al.)

Week 1
Introduction to
Small Business Finance
Chapter 1 (Holmes, et al.)
Learning Objectives:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Understand the basic small business finance concepts.
Understand the n
Theory of the Firm: Managerial
Behavior, Agency Costs and
Ownership Structure
Jensen and Meckling, JFE, 1976
About 3400 citations
Whats the idea?
Agent = Manager
Principal = stock and debt holders
Agency problem applied to the firm.
Monitoring expense
Measuring the size of a business
There are a various number of aspects that a business considers
while it undergoes any activities; and one of the main of these aspects
is measuring the size of a business. For many reasons it is very
important for the bus
Note re the ecu, the Euro and eurodollars.
The FFIEIB loan agreement (tutorial one) refers to the ecu.
The ecu is not to be confused with the Euro.
The Euro is not to be confused with the expression eurodollar.
The ecu
Prior to 2002 each European count
1. Sera is reaching the age of 65 today. For her retirement, she wants to
receive $2,000 a year for 20 years. The first payment that she will be
receive starts at the age of 66. If the bank pays her 10% interest on her
deposit, what is amount she Sera sho
School of Accounting and Finance
Semester 2, 2016
FM102 Personal Financial Planning (F2F Mode)
Test 2
SOLUTIONS
Instructions
This test has a total mark of 40 and carries a 15% weighting towards your overall
course grade
There are 6 pages in this test pape
1
Problem Set 2 (Week 3 Tutorial): FM101 (Solution Guide)
Part A: Use Linear Interpolation Method to approximate the value for the given
variable.
(1) If
then use the method of linear interpolation to find the value of i.
Answer:
When i = 0.30 9.0431
When
1
Problem Set 6 (Week 7 Tutorial): FM101
(Solution Guide)
I.
Simple Interest
.
1. Derive the Future value formula for Simple interest:
Where I = interest amount, r = interest rate per annum, and t = time. In each period (Year =
Y), the interest amount wil
1
Problem Set 3 (Week 4 Tutorial): FM101
Topic: Differentiation (Guide to Solution)
1. Find
of the following equations
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
This was done in the class. Ask you tutor if any difficulty.
2.
Find
of the equations in Question 1
1
Problem Set 4 (Week 5 Tutorial): FM101
Solution Guide (NB: A number of problems should have been solved
in the class. Consult your tutor for any clarification)
Partial Derivates, Lagrange Multiplier Method & Integration with
applications
I.
Partial Deri
1
Problem Set 5 (Week 6 Tutorial): FM101
Limits (Solution Guide)
1. Find a limit using either tables or formulas:
a)
= 45
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
WK6/PS5/2015/S1/FM101
=4
2
2. Limit of an average rate of change:
Find the limit as x approaches 2 of t
1
FM101 Tutorial Problem Set 1 (With Solution Guide)
Part I
Section A: Simplify the following.
1.
ANS:
2.
ANS:
=
3.
ANS:
4.
ANS: 3
5.
ANS:
6.
ANS:
Section B: Solve for x using logarithms or exponentials
1.
ANS:
2.
ANS: Similar to (1)
3.
Semester I, 2015:
1
Problem Set 8.1 (Week 1011 Tutorial): FM101
(Solution for Part II)
Background Note: Sum of n terms of a Geometric progression
Recall: The formula for the sum of a geometric series:
is derived as follows:
It is this formula that we can use to develop th
0
The University of the South Pacific
Faculty of Business and Economics
SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE
FM101: FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
SHORT TEST I SEMESTER 1, 2015
(VERSION B)  SOLUTION GUIDE
Time allowed: 1 hours
60 marks (10% of coursework)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
1
Problem Set 8 (Week 10 Tutorial): FM101
Background Note: Sum of n terms of a Geometric progression
Recall: The formula for the sum of a geometric series:
is derived as follows:
It is this formula that we can use to develop the present value and future v
ABSTRACT
This project is based on a financial plan for Josh and
Josie. The project first allocates the fund available for
investment to different investment options. Then the
project has a SWOT analysis of the different
investment options. The project con
FM101 MAJOR
ASSIGNMENT
2016
SEMESTER 1
FACE TO FACE MODE
NAME : MONESH DEEPAK LAL
STUDENT ID : S11133383
% USED : 4%
FM101 MAJOR ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1
0
12
2
4
6
8
10
14
2000
2000
2000
2000
J2= 4% J1=4.04%
2000
2000
2000
2000
2
Interest rate for two years
FM101
FM 101
Assignment 1
(6%  interest)
Name: Seruwaia Naitui Lupe
ID#: s11133825
Tutorial: Friday 4  6
Question 1 (10 marks)
Every 2 years Mrs. Taliga deposits $2000 into a fund that pays interest at j2 = 6% p.a. The first
deposit is one her 53rd birt
Week 1: Lecture 1 Algebraic expressions &
System of Linear Equations*
Outline
Slope of a Line
Other Types of Lines
Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations
Number of Solutions
Other Systems
Methods for Solving Systems of Linear Equations
Aim/Objective