ACCT2242 (CVP TEST) SOLUTION Ver 1 Student Name: _Section time: _
QUESTION 1 (20 marks)
BaitNTackle sells fishing equipment. One of the company's products, a basic tackle box,
sells for $48 per unit. Variable expenses are $36 per tackle box, and fixed e
ACCT2242 (CVP TEST) SOLUTION Ver 2 Student Name: _Section time: _
QUESTION 1 (20 marks)
Ice FishiN & Tackle sells fishing equipment. One of the company's products, a basic
tackle box, sells for $68 per unit. Variable expenses are $48 per tackle box, and f
Side Trip #4
Friday, November 20, 11:59 PM
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Side Trip #4 IT Project failure. (2  2.5 hrs)
There are many reasons why IT projects have such a high failure rate. The main
causes of IT project failures are poor planning, unrealistic estimations, lac
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Broadway Cafe Assignment #5
due Sunday, November 8, 2015 11:59 PM
Supply Chain Management
Business is booming. The Broadway Cafe is operating better than ever and you
have achieved your goal of driving operating costs down, which helps to drive
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Broadway Cafe Assignment #2
due Sunday, September 27, 2015 11:59 PM
Last night one of your most senior and conscientious employees, George, was
finishing cleaning up when he found a USB storage drive on the seat cushion of
bench seats which are
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS & MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS
(MD&A)
CANADIAN TIRE 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Familiarize yourself with published financial statements and management discussion and
analysis (MD&A).
THIS INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE FOUND AT:
http:/corp.can
Student Solution Manual for
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Geza Schay and Dennis Wortman
1.1.1. P R = r p, P Q = q p, and QP = p q.
1 1
QC = 2 QP = 2 p 12 q, P C = 12 P Q = 12 q 12 p, and OC = 12 r = 12 p+ 12 q.
1.1.3. p + q = (2, 3, 1) + (1, 2, 2) = (3,
FORECASTING AND VALUATION ACCT 3343
1. Model FCF A set of equations to forecast values for each component of FCF. Each
equation uses an assumption, often in the form of a ratio.
2. Set the model assumptions and compute the results.
3. Refine the model
Add
ACCT 3343.1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS
SOLUTION TO ASSIGNMENT # 5
Question #1
E948. Omit part c.
E948. (25 minutes)
a. Selling price of bonds
Present value of principal repayment ($600,000 0.09722).$ 58,332
Present value of interest payments ($33,000
Instructor
ACCT 3343.2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS
ASSIGNMENT #1 DUE: September 21, 2016
Dr. G. Ansong
Question #1 (30marks).
The following is selected information from PROLIX Inc.s financial statements. Solve for the
missing amounts for each of the 5 y
Dr. G Ansong
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS MODEL
One year
Invest $1,000 at t=0; return on investment = 15%; discount rate = 10%.
Required:
a. Use FCF valuation model to compute V and NPV
b. Use RI valuation model to compute V and NPV
SOLUTION
At t=0, Investment (BV) =
ACCT 3343
Financial Statement Analysis
Fall 2016
cfw_Sections: A & B
Instructor:
Dr.
G. Office: SB 307
Ansong
Email:
[email protected]
.ca
Office Hours: MW 3:15pm5:15pm;
T 10:15am  12:15pm.
Phone: (902) 4205618
Day, Time, and Location of Classes: M
EPS CALCULATIONS
Question #1
KF Corporation reported basic eps of $3.00 and diluted eps of $2.40 for 2006. The companys
eps calculations are shown next:
NI
Div on 10% convertible Preferred
Weightedaverage C/S outstanding
Basic eps = $3.00
Stock option di
Problem Set 2 Solutions
ECON 3303 Fall 2016
Question 1
A. Since the data are not in deviations form, our OLS estimator of the slope coefficient is:
2 = [NXiYi (Xi)(Yi)]/[NXi2 (Xi)2], which gives the point estimate
=[(25)(88.275)(25)(2.82)(25)(0.83)]/[25
Problem Set 1
Econ 3303
SMU  Fall 2016
The Stata software can be used in the lab (L182)
Due on Wednesday (10/16) by 4:00 pm in office (S343).
Should be submitted individually.
There is no right or wrong answer in this assignment. This is an exercise that
Dr. G Ansong
ACCT 3343.1 ASSIGNMENT # 6 DUE: November 23, 2016
Question # 1 (40 marks)
December 31, 2010 is t=0. Sales = $2,000; Dep =$240; NOI = $240.
December 31,
2011
2012
2013 2014
Growth rate (g)
20%
10%
10% 5%
80
90
90
0
DEP
Changes in Dep afterward
ACCT 3350 Financial Accounting Foundations
Fall 2015
Assignment #4
Due Date: Friday, November 27 @ 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with your
classmates, remember that t
CFP Education Program
Module 9
Risk Management Fundamentals, Health, and
Property & Casualty
CFP Education Program
Learning Objectives
Apply a working knowledge of the principles of risk
management and needs analysis
Analyze the characteristics associat
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Groovy Limited
Statement of Financial Position
as at December 31st, 2016
Assets
Current Assets
Cash
Accounts Receivable
Prepaid Insurance
Total Current Assets
Longterm Investments
Property, Plant, & Equipment
La
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ACCT 3352 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Summer I 2016
Assignment #5
Due Date: Sunday June 19 by 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with
your classmate
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ACCT 3352 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Summer I 2016
Assignment #3
Due Date: Sunday May 29 by 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with
your classmates
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ACCT 3352 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Summer I 2016
Assignment #2
Due Date: Sunday May 22 by 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with
your classmates
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ACCT 3352 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Summer I 2016
Assignment #4
Due Date: Tuesday June 7 by 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with
your classmate
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ACCT 3352 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Summer I 2016
Assignment #1
Due Date: Sunday May 15 by 11:30pm
Instructions:
This is an individual assignment. While you may certainly discuss concepts from this assignment with
your classmates
IC 121 MORROW MEDICAL (MM)
Overview




Given that the purchase price is based on 5 times net income, management (Dr. Morrow) has a
bias to inflate 2013 net income to ensure the greatest return from the sale of MM, whereas the
potential buyer has the