Name: Khadijah Rogers
Professor: Bernard Bidwell
CMIS 102/6981
Due Date: March 6, 2016
Analysis: This program will handle the passengers of an airline. The first 25 passengers the
ticket price is $90. The remaining passengers the ticket price is $100. The
/ C code
/* This program will prompt the user for four integars and return the average of the for. There is a function called averagefun that is used in this program.
Code history: KKr - 3/20/15 - Created
*/
#include <stdio.h>
float averagefun(int
Name : Khadijah Rogers
Professor: Benard Bidwell
CMIS 102/6981
Due Date: 2/21/2016
Analyze
This program will tell a patient rather program is normal, above normal, or below normal for
their cholesterol. The range for normal choletstrol is from 150 to 200.
Name : Khadijah Rogers
Professor: Benard Bidwell
CMIS 102/6981
Due Date: 2/15/2016
1. The line of code scanf("0", &height); is a line that is a function that reads data with specified
format from a given string stream source. If I wanted to input an integ
Khadijah Rogers
How does the health of the economy affect your financial health? How healthy is the U.S.
economy right now? On what measures do you base your judgments? How will your appreciation
of the big picture help you in planning for your future?
Th
Homework 2
Chapter 4: 4.3 #2 (p. 97)
How can you determine if a lump-sum payment or an annuity will have greater value for you?
The annuity value is determined by the opportunity cost and/or the discount rate. The basic principle is
that if your discount
Audience Analysis:
To learn more, see:
sixminutes.dlugan.com/audience-analysis
A Guide for Speakers
Primary dimensions of
audience analysis:
Demographic
Analysis
Who is in your audience? What are their individual and group
characteristics?
Psychological
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Free Cash Flow Simulation
2012
Net sales
NOPAT
NOA
Change in NOA
Free Cash Flow
Present value of horizon FCFF
Terminal Value
Present value of terminal FCFF
Firm value
Less (plus) NNO
Firm equity value
Shares outstanding
St
Lecture problems relevant cash flows and NPV analysis
Toms Tubas must raise $50,000 in order to be able to buy the equipment needed for the
marching band project. If Toms takes out a 2-year loan for $50,000, then which, if any, of
these cash flows should
Bonds - 1
FNAN 301
Financial Management
Bonds
Bonds - 2
Topics Covered
Overview of bonds
Bond value and yield-to-maturity
Key relationships associated with bond value
Rate of return for a bond
Bonds - 3
Overview of Bonds
Patriot Theaters owns and operates
of money part 2 - 1
FNAN 301
Financial Management
Time value of money
Part 2
of money part 2 - 2
Topics Covered
Multiple cash flows
Present
value
General patterns, perpetuities, ordinary annuities, annuities
due, and delayed perpetuities and annuities
dgeting criteria - 1
FNAN 301
Financial Management
Capital budgeting criteria
dgeting criteria - 2
Topics Covered
Overview of capital budgeting
Evaluating capital budgeting opportunities
Net
present value (NPV)
Internal rate of return (IRR)
Payback per
Stocks - 1
FNAN 301
Financial Management
Stocks
Stocks - 2
Topics Covered
Overview of stocks
Rate of return on stocks
Valuing common stocks
Finite
stream of cash flows
Infinite stream of cash flows
Dividend discount model
No growth
Constant growth
N
Lecture problems capital budgeting criteria
I Scream Ice Cream is considering a project that is expected to cost $500,000 today; produce
cash flows of $170,000 in 1 year, $200,000 in 2 years, $250,000 in 3 years, and $100,000 in
4 years; and have a cost o
of money part 1 - 1
FNAN 301
Financial Management
Time value of money
Part 1
of money part 1 - 2
Topics Covered
Overview of time value of money
Single cash flows
Simple
interest
Compound interest
Future value
Present value
Implied rate
Length of tim
Solutions to lecture problems bonds
Yesterday, 45,000 bonds issued by Patriot Theaters were bought by a variety of investors for $1,000
per bond. Patriot Theaters received nothing from the sale of these bonds. Were the 45,000 bonds
more likely sold on the
Solutions to lecture problems time value of money part 2
How much is a building worth that is expected to produce cash flows of $200,000 in 1 year
and $500,000 in 2 years if the cost of capital is 10 percent? Since theres no information on
expected cash f
Solutions to lecture problems time value of money part 1
If Eric invests $500 today in an account that earns 8.00% per year in simple interest, how
much will he have in 15 years?
With simple interest, C0 today becomes the following in t periods:
C0 (1 + (
FNAN 301, Spring 2012, quiz 3, solutions
1. Which one of the assertions about statement 1 and statement 2 is most likely to be true?
Statement 1: Yesterday, the amount of stock trading activity on the primary market was greater
than the amount of stock tr
FNAN 301, Fall 2012, quiz 3, solutions
1. Which one of the assertions about statement 1 and statement 2 is most likely to be true?
Statement 1: If 1 million shares of Potomac Optical stock were bought by a variety of investors
yesterday for $25 per share
FNAN 301, Fall 2013, quiz 3, solutions
1. Which one of the assertions about statement 1 and statement 2 is most likely to be true?
Statement 1: Yesterday, the amount of trading activity on the stock market involving common
stock was greater than the amoun
FNAN 301, Spring 2014, quiz 3, solutions
1. Half Pipe Property stock has an expected annual return of 8.60 percent. The stock is currently
priced at $58.40 per share and has an expected dividend yield of 5.40 percent. What is the price
of the stock expect
FNAN 301
Test bank problems stocks
1. Which one of the assertions about statement 1 and statement 2 is most likely to be true?
Statement 1: If 1 million shares of Potomac Optical stock were bought by a variety of investors yesterday
for $25 per share and
Information on quiz 3
Basic information
The quiz will be administered on October 31, 2014. Students in FNAN 301-DL1 (the on-line section of the
course) will take the exam at 10:00 am in Room 1 of Lecture Hall, unless they have received explicit
permission
FNAN 301
Solutions to test bank problems relevant cash flows and NPV analysis
Some answers may be slightly different than provided solutions due to rounding
1. Blizzard Inc. is evaluating a 1-year project that would involve an initial investment in
equipm
FNAN 301
Solutions to test bank problems stocks
Some answers may be slightly different than provided solutions due to rounding
1. Which one of the assertions about statement 1 and statement 2 is most likely to be true?
Statement 1: If 1 million shares of
FNAN 301
Solutions to test bank problems capital budgeting criteria
Some answers may be slightly different than provided solutions due to rounding
1. The managers of Central Concrete Incorporated are evaluating 5 potential projects (A, B, C, D, and E).
Ba
FNAN 301
Test bank problems relevant cash flows and NPV analysis
1. Blizzard Inc. is evaluating a 1-year project that would involve an initial investment in equipment of
$1,000,000 and an expected cash flow of $1,210,000 in 1 year. The project has a cost