EXERCISE 9-2 (1015 minutes)
EXERCISE 8-3 (1015 minutes)
Include. Merchandise passes to customer only when it is
Do not include. Title did not pass until January 3.
Include in inventory. Product belonged to Webber Inc. at
December 31, 2010.
Do not include. Goods
EXERCISE 6-4 (1520 minutes)
Future value of an ordinary
annuity of $5,000 a period
for 20 periods at 8%
Factor (1 + .08)
Future value of an annuity
due of $5,000 a period at
$228,809.80 ($5,000 X 45.76196)
EXERCISE 5-2 (1520 minutes)
EXERCISE 5-4 (3035 minutes)
December 31, 2010
EXERCISE 4-4 (3035 minutes)
For the Year Ended December 31, 2010
(In thousands, except earnings per share)
Cost of goods sold .
Gross profit .
EXERCISE 3-3 (1520 minutes)
The ledger accounts are reproduced below, and corrections
are shown in the accounts.
Supplies on Hand
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FOLLOWING SOLUTIONS HAVE
BEEN MODIFIED TO INCLUDE THE NEW CHANGES. SEE THE
LAST SLIDE OF HANDOUT BEFORE YOU DO THE EXERCISE
AND CHECK SOLUTIONS.
EXERCISE 2-2 (1520 minutes)
Prior to the financial crisis of 2007-2008, J.P. Morgan Chase was the largest bank holding company in the
world and operations in 60 countries.
As of 2009, U.S. FIs held assets totaling over $35 trillion.
Chapter 12 - Commercial Banks Financial Statements and Analysis
Answers to Chapter 12 Questions
1. The Report of Condition refers to the bank's balance sheet which presents information about
the accumulation of assets, liabilities, and equity as of a spec
Chapter 14 - Cost of Capital
Multiple Choice Questions
another firm which has a similar line of business as
the project, the manager is utilizing the _
A. subjective risk
B. pure play
C. divisional cost of capital
D. capital adjustment
Chapter 11 Return and Risk: The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
1. The intercept point of the security market line is the rate of return that corresponds to: A. the market rate of return. *B. the risk-free rate of return. C. a value of 1.0. D. a value
Chapter 10 - Making Capital Investment Decisions
Learning Objective: 10-1
Topic: Opportunity cost
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The difference between a firm's future cash flows if it
accepts a project and the firm's future cash flows if it d
File: Chapter 008 Making Capital Investment Decisions
1. The cash flows of a new project that come at the expense of a firms existing projects are
a. salvage value expenses.
b. net working capital expenses.
c. sunk costs.
d. opportunity costs.
1. All of the following are anticipated effects of a proposed project. Which of these should be
included in the initial project cash flow related to net working capital?
I. an inventory decrease of $5,000
II. an increase in accounts receivable o
Return, Risk, and the Security Market Line
1. A portfolio is:
a. a group of assets, such as stocks and bonds, held as a collective unit by an investor.
b. the expected return on a risky asset.
c. the expected return
FLEXIBLE BUDGETS, OVERHEAD COSTS,
VARIANCES, AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL
Overhead costs are a major part of costs for most companies more than 50% of
all costs for some companies.
Terms to Learn:
CHAPTER 2 QUIZ
1. Tanner Co. management desires cost information regarding their Rawhide brand. The Rawhide brand
2. The cost of replacement light bulbs on campus would be a direc
Solutions to homework problems
1. a) Step 1
H 0 : 1 = 0
H a : 1 0
Step 3 Reject H 0 if t >3.055
Step 4 t * = 14.13 (from MINITAB output)
As 14.13>3.055, reject H 0 .
Step 5 Based on the sample data, there is sufficient evidence to concl
1. The MBA Director at Top State University believes that there is a linear relationship between GMAT scores and students
graduate GPA (GGPA). The MBA Director collected data on a number of students and used MINITAB to obtain the least
INFERENCE PROCEDURES FOR TWO POPULATIONS
Independent versus Dependent Samples
COMPARING TWO MEANS USING TWO INDEPENDENT SAMPLES
(POPULATION STANDARD DEVIATIONS KNOWN)
Constructing a confidence interval for 1-2
Example: The MBA Director at Top State Univer
HYPOTHESIS TESTING FOR THE MEAN OF A POPULATION
TESTING ON THE MEAN OF A POPULATION: ( KNOWN)
Example: A machine is set to fill cartons with 64 ounces of orange juice. However, this machine does not
dispense exactly 64 ounces of orange juice in each carto
DISCRETE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
REPRESENTING PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
FOR DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES
Example: The following information is available on the number of PCs sold daily at the Quant
# of PCs
An experiment is an activity whose outcome is uncertain.
An event consists of one or more possible outcomes of an experiment. An event is
usually denoted by a capital letter.
A probability is a numerical measure (between 0 and 1, incl
Two important input factors in financial intermediation are capital and labor.
Technological efficiency focuses exclusively on the cost side of financial intermediation.
According to Hitachi Data Systems, rec
The concentration limit method of managing credit risk concentration involves estimating the minimum
loan amount to a single customer as a percent of capital.
Concentration limits are used to either reduce or increase expo
Default by a large corporation is seldom a problem for FIs since these corporations have many different
sources of borrowed funds.
Junk bonds are bonds that are rated less than investment grade by bond-rating agencies.