Midterm Exam Formula Sheet (ADM 3350)
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Corporate Finance: Formula Sheet
Time Value of Money, Return, Variance:
Present Value of a single amount, PV
FV
(1 k ) n
Present value interest factor of annuity, PVIFA (k%, n) = (1 1/(1 + k)n)/k
Percentage Return = Dividend Yield + Capital Gains Yield
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ADM 3350 Fall 2015
Prof. K. Lajili
Midterm Review
Ch. 6 Valuing Bonds & Stocks
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The Morgan Corporation has two different bonds currently outstanding. Bond M has a face
value of $30,000 and matures in 20 years. The bond makes n

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ADM 3350 A
Fall 2011
CORPORATE FINANCE
MIDTERM EXAMINATION October 19th, 2011
Professor: Kaouthar LAJILI
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
INSTRUCTIONS
Please answer all questions.
No notes, texts, etc.
Calculators, but not computers, are permitted.
Use t

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ADM 3350 M
Winter 2013
CORPORATE FINANCE
ANSWER KEY MIDTERM EXAMINATION February 13th, 2013
Professor: Kaouthar LAJILI, PhD., CGA
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
INSTRUCTIONS
Please answer all questions.
No notes, texts, etc.
Calculators, but not comput

ADM 3350 A, B, and C
Prof. K. Lajili
Practice Problems Ch.27
Solution Practice problem 1
The Litzenberger Co. has projected the following quarterly sales amounts for the coming year:
Sales
Q1
$940
Q2
$750
Q3
$1,110
Q4
$1,290
a. Accounts receivable at the

ADM 3350 A, B, & C Fall 2015
Corporate Finance
Prof. K. LAJILI, PhD., CPA, CGA
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT I
Due back on Tuesday, Oct. 6th (B&C) & Wednesday Oct. 7th (A)
Chapter 27
Problem 1.27
Calculating Cycles
Consider the following financial statement informa

ADM 3350
Prof. K. Lajili
Practice Problems Ch. 6 (Ross 7th ed.)
Bond Valuation
P6-4. Coupon Rates
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Rhiannon Corporation has bonds on the market with 11.5 years to
maturity, a YTM of 7.6 percent, and a current price of $1,060.

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ADM 3350 B
Fall 2013
CORPORATE FINANCE
ANSWER KEY MIDTERM EXAMINATION October 8th, 2013
Professor: Kaouthar LAJILI, PhD., CGA
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
INSTRUCTIONS
Please answer all questions.
No notes, texts, etc.
Calculators, but not computers,

ADM 3350 A, B, & C Fall 2015
Corporate Finance
Prof. K. LAJILI, PhD., CPA, CGA
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT II
Due back on Tuesday, Dec. 1st (sections B&C) & Wednesday Dec. 2nd (section A)
(All problems are selected from our textbook Ross et al. 7th Can. Ed.)
Chap

Professor Dev Gandhi
ADM 3350 N
Submitted February 4, 2015
Page 79, Qs 1-4, 7
Question 1
A)
EBIT = $80,000
ROEU = 0.25
t c =0.35
Assignment #1
February 4, 2015
1t
( c ) EBIT
ROE U
V U =
( 10.35 ) $ 80,000
V U=
0.25
V U =$ 208,000
Therefore the current val

Chapter 30 - Mergers and Acquisitions
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In a merger or acquisition, a firm should be acquired if:
A. it generates a positive net present value to the shareholders of an acquiring firm.
B. it is a firm in the same line of busines

Credit Policy Evaluation (Problem 29.15, Ross 6th
Can. Ed.)
Happy Times currently has an all- cash credit policy.
It is considering making a change in the credit policy
by going to terms of net 30 days. Based on the
following information, what do you reco

ADM 3350 A, B, & C Fall 2014
Corporate Finance
PROF. K. LAJILI
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT II
Chapter 17
Problem 17.1
Sunshine Corp.s economists estimate that a good business environment and a bad business
environment are equally likely for the coming year. The m

Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
1.1
An argument can be made either way. At the one extreme, we could argue that in a
market economy, all of these things are priced. There is thus an optimal level of, for
example, unethical and /or illegal beh

ADM 3350 A, B, & C Fall 2015
Corporate Finance
Prof. K. LAJILI, PhD., CPA, CGA
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT I
Due back on Tuesday, Oct. 6th (B&C) & Wednesday Oct. 7th (A)
Chapter 27
Problem 1.27
Calculating Cycles
Consider the following financial statement informa

ANSWER KEY PRACTICE Final Exam
ADM 3350 A&B
Corporate Finance
Fall 2010
Professors: Kaouthar Lajili, Ph.D., CGA
Time: Three hours
Date: December 16th, 2010
NAME: _
STUDENT NUMBER: _
SIGNATURE: _
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Hand in everything at the end of the e

ADM 3350 M, winter 2013
Corporate Finance
PROF. K. LAJILI
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT II
Due back on April 3rd, 2013
Chapter 17
Problem 17.1
Tom Scott is the owner, president, and primary salesperson for Scott Manufacturing. Because of
this, the companys profits

Problem 16.6 (Ross 6th ed.)
Kolby Corp. is comparing two different capital structures.
Plan I would result in 1,500 shares of stock and $ 20,000
in debt. Plan II would result in 1,100 shares of stock and $
30,000 in debt. The interest rate on the debt is

CHAPTER 16 B-1 Answers to Concepts Review and Critical Thinking Questions 1. A company's internally generated cash flow provides a source of equity financing. For a profitable company, outside equity may never be needed. Debt issues are larger because lar

Corporate Finance
ADM 3350 X
Summer 2017
Professor
Dr. Dev Gandhi, Ph.D., MBA
Office
DMS 7158
Telephone
613 562-5800 ext. 4701
E-mail
Office Hours
[email protected], please e-mail me only when there
is a significant issue
Thursday: 1:00 3:00 PM
Cla

Inventory Management
The Single-Period Model
Davood Astaraky
Telfer School of Management
Email: [email protected]
ADM 3301 - Operations Management
The Single Period Model
The single period model (sometimes referred to as the newsvender problem)
i

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Master scheduling
Davood Astaraky
Telfer School of Management
Email: [email protected]
ADM 3301 - Operations Management
Master
scheduling
Disaggregate the aggregate plan
For the production plan to translate into meaningful term

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Variable Data Control Charts
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Telfer School of Management
Email: [email protected]
ADM 3301 - Operations Management
Variable Data
Control charts for variables
Used to study process characteristics that a