FNCE 301OP59 Introductory Finance Capital Budgeting Assignment
FNCE 301 CAPITAL BUDGETING ASSIGNMENT
Due date: Jun 12, 2017, 6:00 pm (NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED)
Orange Inc. has just completed market research on a new smartphone. They hired you
QUESTION # 1 EARNINGS PER SHARE
Information for Arnold Co. is as follows for the year ended June 30, 2014:
1. Net income after a discontinued operation after tax gain of $50,000 was $500,000.
2. At July 1, 2013, the company had 20,000, $6 cumulative prefe
I have assigned the groups as indicated below. There are some joint presentations (where two groups
will be presenting the same topic). These will be individual presentations. I do have some students who
have not told me which group there are is, so I pre
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Sahil Brotia  Part 3
Account Reconciliation Journal Jan 01, 2015 to Jan 31, 2015
Account Number
Account Description
Jan 31, 2015
J58
Bank statement, Interest Income
1060
Bank: Chequing Account
4220
Interest Revenue
Jan 31, 2015
J59
Bank Statement,
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BrotiaGrewal Academy
Client Aged Detail As at 11/30/2017
Source
Total
Current
31 to 60
61 to 90
91+
5,330.00
5,330.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,330.00
5,330.00








Total unpaid statements:
Total deposits/prepaid order:

BUS201
William Shanks
Business Planning Workbook: Step 5 Part A
Q31. Based on all the decisions arrived at previously, rewrite (with adjustments as necessary)
your:
mission statement
At Gorilla Garments we aim to provide high quality custom printed clot
FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 07: Simple Interest
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Find the amount of simple interest
Compute principal rate or time
Calculate the future value (FV
FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 5
CostVolumeProfit (CVP) Analysis and Break Even
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Analyse and compute costvolumeprofit
Identify the breakeven poi
FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 4: Linear Systems

Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Solve linear equations in singe and two variables
Graph liner equations
Graph linear system equat
FNCE: 113, LP Class Practice Note 01, Chapter 18
LP Chapter 18: Linear Programming Models:
Graphical and Computer Methods
Recommended Reading: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in BB site.
Class Work: Practice and test yourself
Multiple Choice Quest
FNCE 113, LP Class Practice Note 02, Chpater 19
LP Chapter 19: Linear Programming Modeling Applications with
Computer Analyses in Excel
Recommended Reading: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in BB site
Class Work: Practice and test yourself
Multiple
FNCE 113: LP Class Practice Note 03, Chapter 20
LP Chapter 20: Integer, Goal, and Nonlinear Programming Models
Recommended Readings: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in BB site.
Class Work: Practice and test yourself
Multiple Choice Questions:
1) T
Chapter 1: Review of Arithmetic
Learning Objectives:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Identify the basic rules for order of operations.
Solve percentage problems, fraction, rate, base and portion.
Compute the simple and weighted average
Chapter 11
Ordinary Simple Annuities
Learning Objectives:
After completing chapter nine, you will be able to:
Distinguish between types of annuities based on term, Payment date, and
conversion period
Compute the future value for ordinary simple annuiti
Chapter 6:
Trade Discounts, Cash Discounts, Markup and
Markdown
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Define cost with trade discount
Compute payment terms and cash discounts
Solve the applications of markup and markdown
Chapter 3: Ratio, Proportion and Percent
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Learn about ratio, proportions and percent
Solve basic percentage problems
Compute currency exchange
Define index numbers and consumer price
Chapter 07: Simple Interest
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Find the amount of simple interest
Compute principal rate or time
Calculate the future value (FV) and present value
(PV) of an investment or loan
Identify
Chapter 12: Ordinary General Annuities
Learning Objectives
After studying Chapter 12, you will be able to:
Compute the future value (or accumulated value) for ordinary
general annuities.
Compute the present value (or discounted value) for ordinary
gener
Chapter 5: CostVolumeProfit (CVP) Analysis
and Break Even
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Analyse and compute costvolumeprofit
Identify the breakeven point
Explain the effects of changes to costvolumeprofit
M
Chapter 9: Compound Interest
Future Value and Present Value
Learning Objectives:
After completing chapter nine, you will be able to:
Calculate interest rates and the number of
compounding periods
Compute future (maturity) values of investments
Compute
Chapter 2: Review of Basic Algebra
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Know the basic algebraic expressions
Identify the exponents rules and its applications
Solve the basic equations
Compute the word problems
FNCE 113
Chapter 4: Linear Systems
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Solve linear equations in singe and two variables
Graph liner equations
Graph linear system equations in two unknowns
Compute word problems
FNCE 113: MacEwa
Finance
Assets
B/S
Yield of a bond inbust of a loan
Debts cost of debt rD 5% after tax
Equity
Cost of capital
WACC = D/A * rD + E/A * Rs
WACC = 20% * 5% + 80% * 15% = 13%
CAPEX capital expenditure
1. How much cash the company needs to invest during the ye
MGMT 211 Fall 2016
Inclass Activity 1
Student Name(s):
Student Name(s):
510 (a)
Sales
Operating Costs
EBIT
Interest
EBT
Taxes (40%)
Net Income
Dividends
Addition to retained earnings (DRE)
Garlington Technologies Inc.
Pro Forma Income Statement
December
Chapter 1: Multinational Financial Management: Opportunities & Challenges
Learning Objectives:
Examine the requirements for the creation of value
Comparative advantage, and its requirements for the explanation and justification of
international trade and