Financial Management I
Assignment 3, Chapter 7
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1. Lora, Logan & Yin expect to pay an annual dividend of $2.50 per share next year. What is the
anticipated dividend for year 4 if the firm increases its dividend by 1.2 percent
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1. Write down a data set that contains five (x, y) points whose correlation is EXATLY
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Advanced Critical Thinking
Suppose you are watching a news program on television. During the program there is a
discussion of the pros and cons of free trade. For balance, there are two economists present one in support of free trade and one opp
Section 2.5 Overview Exercise
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Practice Problems Section 5.1 and 5.2: Probability
1. The following table shows data from a random sample of 100 drivers who own cars.
Number of speeding tickets in the last 6 months, and whether or not they drive a fast
car were recorded. (Fast car is de
Townsend Mortgage Company
Pmts Per Year:
Amount Mortgage Rate Per
# of Pmt
For the Year Ended Dec 31, 2012
Income before taxes and extraordinary items
Income before extraordina
DD&A of the cost of other property, plant and equipment is generally calculated using
Accounting and Economic Costs. Three graduate business students are considering
operating a fruit smoothie stand in the Harbor Springs, Michigan, resort area
during their summer break. This is an alternative to summer employment
with a local firm, where t
Game Theory Problem Set
Two competitors face important strategic decisions where the payoff to each decision
depends upon the reactions of the competitor. Firm A can choose either row in the
payoff matrix defined below, whereas firm B can choose either
1. Monopoly Price/Output Decision
The Hair Stylist, Ltd., has a monopoly in the College Park market because of restrictive
licensing requirements, and not because of superior operating efficiency. As a monopoly,
the Hair Stylist provides all industry outp
MOCK QUIZ #3
Chapter 3 - Interdependence and the Gains from Trade
1. A countrys consumption possibilities frontier can be outside its production possibilities
a. with trade.
b. by allocating resources differently.
c. by lowering unemploymen
MOCK QUIZ #9
Chapter 9 - Application: International Trade
1. When the United States engages in international trade with China,
a. it is an equal tradeoff so neither country benefits nor loses.
b. China reaps economic benefits and the United States l
MOCK QUIZ #5
Chapter 5 - Elasticity and Its Applications
1. In general, elasticity is
a. a measure of the competitive nature of a market.
b. the friction that develops between buyer and seller in a market.
c. a measure of how much government interve
MOCK QUIZ #8
Chapter 8 - Application: The Costs of Taxation
1. A tax levied on the buyers of a product shifts the
a. demand curve upward or to the right.
b. demand curve downward or to the left.
c. supply curve upward or to the left.
d. supply curve
MOCK QUIZ #10
Chapter 10 - Externalities
1. In the absence of externalities the invisible hand of the marketplace
a. induces people to act in a manner inconsistent with self-interest.
b. is unable to resolve inherent inefficiencies in the market sys
MOCK QUIZ #11
Chapter 11 - Public Goods and Common Resources
1. A good is excludable if
a. it is not a normal good.
b. people can be prevented from using it.
c. the government regulates its availability.
d. one persons use of the good diminishes ano
MOCK QUIZ #7
Chapter 7 - Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets
1. Welfare economics is the study of
a. the well-being of less fortunate people.
b. welfare programs in the United States.
c. the effect of income redistribution on work ef
MOCK QUIZ #6
Chapter 6 - Supply, Demand, and Government Policies
1. Price controls are
a. established by firms with monopoly power.
b. used to make markets more efficient.
c. nearly always effective in eliminating inequities.
d. usually enacted when
MOCK QUIZ #2
Chapter 2 - Thinking Like an Economist
1. The production possibilities frontier is a
a. map which shows the frontier beyond which agriculture is unprofitable.
b. map which shows areas of the world in which capitalist production is now p
Chapter 1 and 2
1. These are the owners of a corporation.
2. They examine financial statements to verify that they are prepared according to GAAP.
3. It is an information and measurement system used to identify, record, and communicate
The Costs of Production
1. Total revenue necessarily equals
a. total output multiplied by the average cost of output.
b. total output multiplied by sales price of output.
c. (total output multiplied by sales price) inventory surplus.
Protected: Pointers for Review
Posted on September 4, 2014
1. Impact/effect of change in demand/supply on price, P and quantity, Q.
2. Non-price determinants of supply/demand (shift left/right).
3. When market is not in equilibrium,