Krowlikowski, Dr. Greg Smersh, A.Wilkins, Patterson, Du,Yuchao, NinonSutton, ArunTandon, SrinivasGunturi, GREG, Staff, Jared Williams, Murad J. Antia, Delroy M. Hunter
Sequoyah Hitchens
20 Factor Test
What is the factor test? According to irs.gov it is a series of questions and guidelines that regulate
and determine if an individual is an employee or an independent contractor. These guidelines range
from providing train
FIN 6465
Module 1
P 1-33 Formulating Financial Statements from Raw Data (LO2, 4)
Cisco Systems, July 27, 2013 ($millions)
We design, manufacture, and sell Internet Protocol (IP) based networking and other products
related to the communications and informa
Computation of Present Value
Time value of money- states that a dollar today has more value that a dollar received in the
future, i.e., the value of money changes over time. The underlying notion is that the money
available today can be invested to earn i
Appendix B Post eLecture Quiz: FIN6465.791U17 Financial Statement Analysis
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Appendix B Post eLecture Quiz
Due No due date
Points 9
Questions 9
Time Limit None
Allowed Attempts Unlimited
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Time
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FIN 6465
Examples of Computations with Costcos Financial Statements
Ratios for 2015 financial statements (see list formulas in Canvas)
Module 1
1. ROA = NI to Costco + [Interest Expense x (1 Statutory Tax Rate)]/ Average Total Assets
PM = NI to Costco + [
FIN 6465
Examples of Computations with Costcos Financial Statements
Profitability and Asset Management Ratios for 2015 financial statements (see list formulas in
Canvas)
Module 1
1. ROA = NI to Costco + [Interest Expense x (1 Statutory Tax Rate)]/ Average
SOLVING FOR THE BID PRICE
PRACTICE PROBLEM
(4 pts) Heer Enterprises needs someone to supply it with 225,000 cartons of machine screws
per year to support its manufacturing needs over the next seven years, and youve decided to
bid on the project. It will
BOND YTM = Current Yield +
Capital Gains Yield
Current Yield - Annual
Current Yield = annual coupon / current price
Represents the % return that the annual coupon provides if bond held for a year
Current
Yield =
Annual Coupon
PMTPrice
Market
Bond Price $1
Principles of Finance Prof. Healy
Summary of Formulas Exam II
I. TIME VALUE OF MONEY CALCULATIONS
Symbols
PV = present value
FVt= future value at time t
r = interest rate, rate of return, or discount rate per period
t = number of periods
C = constant cash
Summary of Formulas FINAL EXAM
Principles of Finance
FINANCIAL CASH FLOWS
Cash Flow From Assets = Operating Cash Flow (EBITD + Depr
Taxes)
- net capital spending
- addition to net working capital (NWC)
net capital spending = ending NFA - beginning NFA +
Summary of Formulas - Exam 1
Principles of Finance
I. FINANCIAL CASH FLOWS
The cash flow identity:
cash flow from assets =
cash flow to creditors (bondholders)
+ cash flow to stockholders (owners)
cash flow from assets =
operating cash flow
- net capital
FIN 3403 Prof. HEALY
Review for Exam II
The exam consists of 50 multiple choice questions, which count 2 points each.
I will provide a formula sheet and a scantron sheet to you during the exam. The formula
sheet is posted on Canvas in the Exam 1 module fo
FIN 3403 Section 619
Prof. C. Healy
Review for Exam 1
CH 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
the three functions of the financial manager
Capital budgeting, capital structure and working capital management
the primary goal of the financial manager
Maxi
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clc;
x = [2 4 1; 0 2 3; 1 5 2]; y = [2 2; 1 0; 3 2];
Z1 = x * y
% Z2 = y * x
Inner matrix dimensions must agree. The number of columns is not
equal to the number of rows of x.
% Z3 = x + y
Matrix dimensions must agree.
Z4 = y' * x
Z5 = y' * x'
Z6 = inv(x)
k=input('How many of these appliances you do not own?')
while k<=0
disp('Sorry there are no calculations to be made')
k=('How many of these appliances you do not own?')
end
y=log(k)
function [ variable ] = extract_column( x,n );
%Extracted Column
%
This function extracts the nth column of a matrix x and then plots it
variable=x(:,n);
batch_number=x(:,1);
% Extracts the 1st column of quality matrix
plot(batch_number,variable); % Plots
y(1)=x;
total(1)=y(1);
x=1;
k=0;
n=1;
while k>=0
k=k+1;
y(k)=(-1)^k)/(factorial(n)*x^(n);
total(k) = total(k)+y(k);
if (abs(total(k)<0.001)
break
end
end
k
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disp('welcome to energy calculator')
pause(2)
state1=menu('choose the state where you
live','Florida','Hawaii','Washington','New
York','California','Colorado','Alaska','Texas');
switch state1
case 1
state_cost(EnergyData,2);
case 2
state_cost(EnergyDa
Chapter 10 Key
1.
The average squared difference between the actual return and the average return
is called the:
A. volatility
return.
B. varianc
e.
C. standard
deviation.
D. risk
premium.
E. excess
return.
AACSB: Analytical Thinking
Accessibility: Keyboa
EQUATION SHEET
Principles of Finance
Exam 3
Capital Budgeting
Evaluation techniques:
Amount of the initial investment that is
Number of years just unrecovered at the start of therecovery year
Payback = before full recovery of +
original investment
T
NWC
Inventory Turnover= cogs/ inventory
unit of times
Current Assets
A/Rs Rec
Inventory
15% of sales
Current Liabilities
A/Cs payable
Accruals
-22% of sales
A/Cs rec turnover= Sales/ A/Cs rec Unit of
times
How many times on an avg you are
collecting and e
Statement of Cash Flows
OperatingCurrent Assets - exclude cash
Current Liabilities
Net Income
Add back deprecation
Change in balance sheet
Change in CA
Change in FA
CA-CL= Net Work in Capital
InvestingFixed Asset
ASIDE
FinancingCapital Structurer=
Long te