University Of London
Management Accounting
Revision Notes
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LECTURER: BALWANT SINGH
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Management Accounting AC 3097 - Revision - April 2017
Examination
This course is assessed by a three hour and 15 minutes exam
S I M SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
G LO B A L
EDUCATION
PRELIMINARY EXAM 2014
PROGRAMME(S) : University of London Degree and Diploma Programmes
(Lead College: London School of Economics & Political Science)
SUBJECT 2 AC3097 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
DA
SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
PRELIMINARY EXAM 2015
PROGRAMME
:
University of London Degree and Diploma Programmes
MODULE CODE
:
AC 3097
MODULE TITLE :
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
DATE OF EXAM :
3/3/2015
DURATION
3 Hours 15mins (includi
SIM Mock paper 2014 Answers
Question 1 (Study guide Ch 2 pp 26-30: Drury C. Ch 9: Horngren C. Ch 11)
a) By comparing the variable costs of the components with the outside price and the variable cost of the
products with selling price it is possible to cal
Appendix 3: Guidelines to sample examination paper
In many cases questions can be answered in different ways, with different approaches and even
result in different outcomes and yet be equally satisfactory. Please, note that these guidelines are
only an i
Course information 201415
AC3097 Management accounting
This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills that enable them
to strategically use management accounting in a business context.
Prerequisite
Learning outcomes
AC1025 Principle
Monetary Theory
ISLM and Monetary Policy
Policy Makers (IMF, US Treasury) can use the ISLM model to determine what happens
to interest rates and output when they increase/decrease the money supply.
Before we continue, we look at factors that cause the IS
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201617
Exercises 10: Generalised inverses and Fourier series
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1
0
0 1
1 1
0
0
.
1. Find the strong generalised inverse of
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 3: Similar matrices and real inner products
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
Suppos
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 6: Jordan normal forms
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
(a) For each t, if we take
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 8: Singular values and projections
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
We have AA =
2
1
MA212 Further Mathematical Methods
Part II: Linear Algebra
In this pack you will find a set of notes and exercises for the second half of the course
MA212. These materials are identical to those used for the half-unit course MA201,
which has now been di
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 2: Wronskians and Linear Transformations
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
We calcul
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 4: Orthogonal matrices and complex inner products
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 7: Dominant eigenvalues and unitary diagonalisation
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1.
You are given that M = P JP 1 where
0 2 2
0 1 1
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 8: Singular values and projections
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1 1 0
1. Find the singular values of the matrix A =
.
1 0 1
What is
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 5: Complex matrices
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
(a) By inspection, A and B are
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 3: Similar matrices and real inner products
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1. Suppose that A and B are similar matrices. Show that A2
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 6: Jordan normal forms
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1.
An n n matrix A is called nilpotent if there exists a positive integer k such
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 7: Dominant eigenvalues and unitary diagonalisation
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Solutions to Exercises 1: Assumed background
This document contains answers to the exercises. There may well be some errors; please do let me
know if you spot any.
1.
The first and the third matr
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 5: Complex matrices
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1.
(a) Which, if any, of the following matrices are
that tell you about their eigen
MA212: Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) 201516
Exercises 9: Least squares approximations and inverses
For these and all other exercises on this course, you must show all your working.
1.
Find an orthogonal and a non-orthogonal projection in R