FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Two (THPS-2)
Fall 2013
SOLUTION KEY
1. E
2. A
3. E
4. C. ROE = net income/equity. If total assets decrease and the debt ratio stays the same, then debt will
decrease and equity will increase (assume debt
FI 3300 - Corporation Finance
THPS-1 Solution Key
Fall 2013
Answers to Questions 1, 2, 3 and 4
Beverly's Beverages, Inc
Income Statement for the Year Ending December 31, 2011
Gross sales
Returns and allowances
Net Sales
Beginning of year inventory
P urcha
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Two (THPS-2)
Fall 2013
Directions: This problem set covers chapters 1, 3 and 4 in the textbook. Determine or compute an answer for
each question/problem. After you have computed an answer for every quest
FI 3300 - Corporation Finance
THPS-1 Solution Key
Spring 2015
Answers to Questions 1, 2, 3 and 4
Delicious Dishes, Inc
Income Statement for the Year Ending December 31, 2013
Gross sales
Returns and allowances
Net Sales
Beginning of year inventory
Purchase
FI 3300 - Corporation Finance
THPS-1 Solution Key
Spring 2013
Answers to Questions 1, 2, 3 and 4
Beverly's Beverages, Inc
Income Statement for the Year Ending December 31, 2011
Gross sales
Returns and allowances
Net Sales
Beginning of year inventory
Purch
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set One (THPS-1)
Fall 2013
Directions: This problem set covers chapter 2 (Accounting Review) in the textbook and basic math skills that
you will use throughout this course. Determine or compute an answer for
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Two (THPS-2)
Spring 2015
Directions: This problem set covers chapters 1, 3 and 4 in the textbook. Determine or compute an answer for
each question/problem. After you have computed an answer for every que
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Three (THPS-3)
Fall 2013
SOLUTION KEY
1. Which following statement is true, assuming an interest rate of greater than 0%:
a. The present value of a dollar to be received one year from today is ALWAYS wor
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Two (THPS-2)
Spring 2013
SOLUTION KEY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
D
C
A
B
C
B,D,E,H. Operating cash flow items are changes in accounts receivable, inventory, accounts payable and
accruals. Ass
Exam #: _
FI 3300
Mock Final Part 2
Fall, 2014
Name: _
Panther ID: _
Instructor: _
1. Assume your granny put $45,000 into a trust fund for you earning 5%. You cannot withdraw the
money until it has doubled. How many years must you leave the money in the t
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set Three (THPS-3)
Spring 2015
SOLUTION KEY
1. Which following statement is true, assuming an interest rate of greater than 0%:
a. The present value of a dollar to be received one year from today is ALWAYS w
FI 3300 WebCT
Take Home Problem Set 4
Spring 2013
SOLUTION KEY
1. IS THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT TRUE or FALSE? A financial security is simply a
contract between the provider of funds and the user of these funds that clearly specifies the amount of
money that
Informational Interview Memo
Date:
February 27, 2014
To:
Dr. Afag Fazlollahi
From:
Richard Ryan Combs
Subject:
Informational Interview with Daniel Kelley; Financial Analyst for Chick-fil-A
This memo describes the informational interview conducted on March
`
1. Your neighbor offers you an investment opportunity, which will pay a single lump sum of
$2,000 five years from today. The investment requires a single payment of $1,500 today.
The return on the investment is _%
A. 4.195
B. 4.729
C. 5.361
D. 5.9222
E.
Quiz 6
1.A fixed coupon bond which has 20 years left until maturity has a coupon rate of 6.0% paid semiannually. If the yield of this bond is 6.2%, the bonds price is $_ 977.25_.
N
I/y
PV
PMT
FV
40
3.1
?
30
1000
PV=977.25
2.A fixed coupon bond with 12 yea
FI 3300 - CORPORATION FINANCE
Take-Home Problem Set One (THPS-1)
Spring 2016
Directions: This problem set covers chapter 2 (Accounting Review) in the textbook and basic math skills that you
will use throughout this course. Determine or compute an answer f
Chapter 3
Annuity and Perpetuities
Learning Objectives
After todays lecture, you should be able to:
Calculate present and future value annuity
Explain what is a geometric sequence
Calculate the sum of a geometric sequence
Solving all questions in PS 1
FI 3300 - Corporation Finance
D2L ONLINE CLASS SYLLABUS
CRN: 10384
MWF (11:00 to 11:50 am)
Spring 2016
INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:
Dr. Richard J. Fendler
Office Location: RCB 1206
Office phone: 404-413-7325
Email address: fncrjf@gsu.edu or rfendler@gsu.edu (t
FI 3300
Corporate Finance
Instructor: Zhe Wang
Spring, 2016
Overview
Chapter 1
Introduction and Overview
Learning Objectives
Identify three main subject areas in finance
List the advantages of the corporate form of business
organization
State the goal of
Chapter 2
Time Value of Money
Learning Objectives
Time value of money
Real rate of interest and Nominal rate of interest
Discounting and compounding
Present Value- Future Value (PV-FV) equation
Effective annual rate (EAR)
Interest Rate
Real interest rate(
January 12, 2009
Dear Parents and Students,
This week will begin a new unit in Social Studies, personal finance and careers. This will include interest surveys,
career research, and a personal budget. We will be working on this budget for approximately tw
FI 3300 D2L Daily Course Calendar
Prepare Chapter means read the textbook chapter and work through all of the problems at the end of the chapter. Solutions
and/or answers to all questions and problems can be found on the class D2L page. All quizzes open a
FI 3300 Chapter 9
Valuation of Stocks and Bonds
Instructor: Ryan Williams
Learning Objectives
Value a bond given its coupon rate, par value,
yield-to-maturity, time to maturity and
payment frequency.
Given all but one of the factors of a bonds
value, find
Chapter 12 - Principles of Bond Valuation and Investment
SOLUTIONS MANUAL
CHAPTER 12
PRINCIPLES OF BOND VALUATION AND INVESTMENT
PROBLEMS
Bond price
1. Given a 10-year bond that sold for $1,000 with a 13 percent coupon rate, what would be the
price of the
FI 3300 Corporation Finance
Fall 2016
CRN 12345
Room: ALC 231
Meeting Times: MWF 10:00 10:50am
INSTRUCTOR:
Honglin Ren
Hren1@gsu.edu
Office hours: Wednesday 2-4pm or by Appointment
Office: RCB 1214
The course coordinator is Dr. Jonathan Godbey. Dr. Godbey
FI 3300
Corporation Finance
Chapter 3: Advanced Time Value of Money 1
Instructor: Honglin Ren
2016 Fall
Learning Objectives
Concepts: Annuity and Perpetuity
Calculations:
Present value and future value of Annuity
Present value and future value of Deferred
FI 3300
Corporation Finance
Chapter 1: Corporate Finance in 9 Minutes
Instructor: Honglin Ren
2016 Fall
FI3300 Assignments due Aug. 24
> Read through the syllabus and plan your work on this class
through the whole semester
> Get the online package and the
Retirement problem
You plan to retire in 30 years. After that, you need $200,000 per year for 10 years (first withdraw at
t=31). At the end of these 10 years, you will enter a retirement home where you will stay for the rest of
your life. As soon as you e