MULTIPLE CHOICE
BUSINESS CONCEPTS
CHAPTER 16
1. In the Canadian financial system, which of the following is a net saver?
a. The government
b. Business
c. Households
d. Financial institutions
2. Zachary buys a Canada savings bond. This is an example of fun
1. Identify Smart Designs strategy for competitive differentiation.
As far as we know, the core of Smart Designs strategy for competitive
differentiation is its unique design more about people than things.
The founders (Dan Formosa and several college cla
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MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE
COURSE CODE:
MATH1021
CREDIT HOURS: 3
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DATE:
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David and his wife, Alison, have been in the garden supply and nursery business for the last 13 years.
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Chapter 1
1. Basic necessities of life, such as food, clothing, shelter, or safety are referred to as:
A. demands
.
B. wants.
C. exchanges.
D. desires.
E. needs.
2. The particular way in which a person chooses to satisfy the requirement for any of
the bas
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Chapter 1 | Review of Basic Arithmetic
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review of
basic arithmetic
Arithmetic is the most elementary branch of mathematics. It includes calculations
such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, etc. We use arithmetic
throughout our lives fo
Glossary
Glossary
Algebra a branch of mathematics
that deals with different relations and
operations by using letters and symbols to
represent numbers, values, etc.
Algebraic expression consists of
one or more terms with a combination
of variables, number
Chapter 1 | Review of Basic Arithmetic
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Place Value of Numbers and
Rounding Numbers
Place Value of Whole Numbers
Place value is the value
of a digit as determined by
its position in a number,
such as ones, tens,
hundreds, etc.
The position of each
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Summary of Formulas
Summary of Formulas
Percentages, percent changes, and applications
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3.2
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3.4(b)
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WORKPLACE SAFETY
Overview of the current trend
Organizations throughout Canada have put renewed emphasis on
personal safety and security at work.At one time, health and safety
hazards were associated primarily with jobs found in industrial
processing ope
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Pre-Requisite is Grade 12 Level
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CHAPTER 1: THE CHANGING FACE OF BUSINESS
Chapter Overview
Business is the nations engine for growth. To succeed, business firms
must know what customers want so that they can supply it quickly and
efficiently. Firms can lead in advancing technology and ot
Assignment 1 : MATH 1101
Marks: 5
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it in a sealed envelope with a classmate.
The following frequ
1. Leah deposited $1500 into a savings account that earned simple interest of 1.05% on July 17, 2012.
How much interest was earned and paid into Leahs account on December 1, 2012?
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Here, P=$1500, r=1.05%=0.0105, t=137/365=0.375342466; I=?
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Test #2
Professor:
Andriy Botyuk
Total Marks:
/50
1. Jane is purchasing a membership in a fitness center. She can pay either $350 now or
pay $130 now, $150 in twelve months and $170 in fifteen months. Which option is
better if money is worth 7.5% compound
1. Joe is negotiating the purchase of a sound system. He can either pay $2000 now or pay $100 now
and $2200 in eighteen months. Which option is better if money is worth 8% compounded monthly?
$2000,
.Option #1
Now-18 months
$100
+
$2200 .Option #2
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Compute the following:
a
Investment that earns $20.55 at 5% f
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30
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1. A six-year note for $1750 issued on December 1, 2012, with interest at 6.5%
compounded annually, is discounted on June 1, 2015, at 7% compounded semiannually. What are the proceeds of the note?