APPENDIX A: Determining learning activities, learning time (in hours) and estimating MQF credit for BB33103 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Traditional
teaching
No
Modules / Topics /
units of study
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3
4
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8
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Independent
learning activities
Lectu
Under the Malaysian anti money-laundering law, money laundering is
Considered, inter alia, as an act of a person who engages directly or
indirectly in a transaction that involves proceeds of an unlawful activity.
Section 3 of the Anti-Money Laundering Act
Chapter 1
Personal Finance
Basics and the
Time Value of
Money
Why Important
Nobody can avoid dealing with personal
finance
People do claim bankruptcy
2
Chapter 1
Learning Objectives
1. Analyze the process for making personal
financial decisions
2. Develo
Self Test Questions Chapter 4
1. Consider the diagram below:
4
3
2
1
0
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
8
9
10
-2
-3
-4
-5
The diagram illustrates which of the following inequalities?
a)
b)
c)
d)
y < 3 - 0.75x
y 3 - 0.75x
y 3 - 0.75x
y > 3 - 0.75x
2. Consider th
Self Test Questions Chapter 6
1. Which of the following is incorrect?
a) x2 - 11x + 28 can be factored as (x 4)(x-7)
b) x2 + 5x - 24 can be factored as (x - 8)(x+3)
c) x2 + 11x + 18 can be factored as (x + 2)(x+9)
d) x2 - 8x - 48 can be factored as (x - 1
Self Test Questions Chapter 5
1. The sum of the first 10 terms of the series 65636,16384, 4096. is:
a) 81,919.99
b) 72,817.78
c) 130,944
d) 87,381.25
2. If 1000 is invested at 6% per annum compound interest, how much will the
investment be worth after 5 y
Self Test Questions Chapter 8
1. If f(x,y) = 6x4 17xy + 4y5 then fxx =
a) 72x2 + 17
b) 54x2
c) 80y3
d) 72x2
2. If Q = K0.1L0.9 then QKL is:
a) -0.09K-0.9L0.9
b) -0.09K0.1L-1.1
c) 0.09K-0.9L-0.1
d) 0.1K-0.9L0.9
3. If f(x,y) = y x3 + 2x2 then fxx is:
a) -3x
Self Test Questions Chapter 3
1. Given the system of equations:
x
2x
3x
- 2y
-y
y
z
+ 2z
= -9
=9
=0
The value for x, y and z that satisfy this system of equations is:
a) x = 0.82, y = 2.46, z = 4.91
b) x = 2.57, y = 3.86, z = 3.86
c) x = -0.82, y = 2.46,
Self Test Questions Chapter 1
1. Find the answer to the following problem:
21 2/3 rds of it x11
50% 6/11
5/6 of
1/3
x10
Double It -103
=
of this of it
it
of it
a) 199
b) 24
c) 899
d) 82.33
2. What is the pound equivalent of 7/8 ths of a pound:
a) 0.625
b)
Self Test Questions Chapter 2
1. Given the co-ordinates (10,21) and (4,3) find the equation of the line that
goes through these two co-ordinates.
a) y = -9 + 3x
b) y = 3 9x
c) y = 1.8 + 3x
d) y = 17.67 + 3x
2. Given the co-ordinates (10,-10) and (-10,30)
Financial Management (Chapter 11: Investment Decision
Criteria)
11.1 An Overview of Capital Budgeting
1) Which of the following are typical consequences of good capital budgeting decisions?
A) The firm increases in value.
B) The firm gains knowledge and e
Financial Management (Chapter 14: The Cost of Capital)
14.1 The Cost of Capital: An Overview
1) In order to maximize firm value, management should invest in new assets when cash flows from
the assets are discounted at the firm's _ and result in a positive
Financial Management (Chapter 8: Risk and ReturnCapital Market Theory)
8.1 Portfolio Returns and Portfolio Risk
1) Which of the following portfolios is clearly preferred to the others?
A
B
C
Expected
Return
14%
22%
18%
Standard
Deviation
12%
20%
16%
A) In
Financial Management (Chapter 9: Debt Valuation and
Interest Rates)
9.1 Overview of Corporate Debt
1) The par value of a bond
A) never equals its market value.
B) is determined by the investor.
C) generally is $1,000.
D) is never returned to the bondholde
Financial Management (Chapter 10: Stock Valuation)
10.1 Common Stock
1) The XYZ Company, whose common stock is currently selling for $40 per share, is expected to pay
a $2.00 dividend in the coming year. If investors believe that the expected rate of retu
Financial Management (Chapter 6: The Time Value of
Money-Annuities and Other Topics)
6.1 Annuities
1) You wish to borrow $2,000 to be repaid in 12 monthly installments of $189.12. The annual interest
rate is
A) 24%.
B) 8%.
C) 18%.
D) 12%.
2) If you have $
Financial Management (Chapter 7: An Introduction to Risk
and Return-History of Financial Market Returns)
7.1 Realized and Expected Rates of Return and Risk
1) You purchased the stock of Sargent Motors at a price of $75.75 one year ago today. If you sell t
YOUTH CULTURE AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
IN MALAYSIA
DR. JANICE L. H. NGA
Economic and Third Sector Research Group
Faculty of Business, Economics and
Accountancy
Universiti Malaysia Sabah
janice@ums.edu.my;
janicenga@yahoo.com
2011Dr.JaniceL.H.Nga
1
Intr
Introduction to Youth and
Youth Organisation
DR. JANICE L. H. NGA
Economics and Third Sector Research Group
Faculty of Business, Economics and Accountancy
Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Jalan UMS, 88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
janice@ums.edu.my; janicen
Chapter 9
Economic Exposure
Chapter Outline
How to Measure Economic Exposure
Operating Exposure: Definition
An Illustration of Operating Exposure
Determinants of Operating Exposure
Managing Operating Exposure
9-2
Economic Exposure
Changes in exchange rat
JOURNAL
OF MATHEMATICAL
ANALYSIS
AND
APPLICATIONS
29,
424-428 (1970)
Dynamic Programming and Inverse Optimal
in Mathematical Economics*
Problems
RICHARD BELLMAN
Departments of Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, and Medicine,
University of Southern Calif
Summary
In this article it has been used dynamic programming for the purpose of studying inverse
problems in the field of economics. This method has also effectively used for dealing with
adaptive and stochastic processes. In this article, the optimizatio
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the telephone receiver off the hook. I was still