Chapter 2 Multiple choice questions
1. A $1000 bond with a coupon rate of 10%, interest paid semiannually, matures in eight years
and sells for $1120. What is the yield to maturity?
a.
10.8%
b.
11.0%
c.
7.9%
d.
7.6%
2. A $1000 bond with an 8.2% coupon rat

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1. Defining Finance
2. Five core principles of finance
3. Financial Decisions - Households
Chapter 1:
Introduction to Finance
4. Financial Decisions - Firms
5. The Financial System
Introduction
1. Defining Finance
Im sav

CHAPTER 6 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE
1. Which one of the following is a current liability?
a. account receivable
b. mortgage payable over thirty years
c. account payable
d. inventory
e. retained earnings
2. Which of the following are components of

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1. Overview of Financial Markets
A financial market is a market in which financial assets
(securities) can be purchased or sold
Financial markets facilitate financing and investing by
households, firms, and government agencies
Participants that

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CHAPTER 3:
TIME VALUE OF MONEY
Practice
Problems
PROBLEM 1
What amount must be deposited today in an
account paying 6% per year, compounded
monthly in order to have $2000 in the account
after 5 years?
PROBLEM 2
Jim makes a deposit of $12,000 in

Chapter 3+4 Multiple choice questions
1. $5,000 invested at 6%, compounded quarterly, will be worth how much after 5 years?
a. $6,691 b. $16,036 c. $6,734 d. $5,386
2. Tom deposits $10,000 in a savings deposit paying 4%, compounded monthly.
would he have

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1. Forms of business organization
Three major forms in the U.S
1. Sole proprietorship
2. Partnership
Chapter 6: Introduction to
Corporate Finance
Sole proprietorship
Advantages
Easiest to start
Least regulated
Single owner keeps all
the prof

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I. Annuity
1. What is an Anuity?
2. Perpetuities
II. Project Appraisal Rules
Chapter 4: Time Value of
Money Applications
1. Payback Period
2. Net Present Value
3. Internal Rate of Return
4. Net Present Value versus Internal Rate of Re

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TRUE-FALSE QUESTIONS
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2. Commercial paper is more likely to be placed directly by large finance companies.
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Chapter 2: Interest rate
Annuity
1. What is an Annuity?
An annuity is any collection of equal payments made
at regular time intervals such as monthly, quarterly, or
annually over a finite period of time
If payments are made at the end of each per

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Chapter 2: Interest rate
Project Appraisal Rules
1. Payback Period
Payback Period = number of years to recover
initial costs
Computation
Estimate the cash flows
Subtract the future cash flows from the initial cost until
the initial investment has

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CHAPTER 2: INTEREST RATE
Objective
Explain the concept of interest rate
How we link the present to the future
Provide examples of real life
applications
1. TIME VALUE OF MONEY (TVM)
What is the value to you today of $100 paid to you in
the futur

Chapter 2
Practice Problems Project
Appraisal Rules
Problem 1
Consider a five year investment whose cash flow
consequences are summarized below.
Cash Inflows: The investment will bring $300 cash inflow each
year, for years 1 - 5.
Cash outflows: The initia

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Public Finance Defined
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activities and the alternative means of financing government
expenditures.
Public finance is about the taxing and spending activities of the

An option contract gives its owner the right (not the obligation), to conduct a
transaction involving an underlying asset at a predetermined future date (the
exercise date) and at a predetermined price (the exercise price).
Options give the option buyer t

Chapter 2
Practice Problems - Annuity
Problem
1.
Suppose you would like to have $25,000 saved 6 years from
now to pay towards your down payment on a new house. If
you are going to make equal annual end-of-year payments
to an investment account that pays 7

CHAPTER 4: INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE
PROFITABILITY
FORMULA
RATIOS
1.Gross
profit Gross
margin
profit/Sales(Revenue)
2.Operating
margin
profit Operating profit/Sales
(EBIT/Sales)
3.Net profit margin
NOTES
Should not be too low or too
high(not less

Chapter 3: Financial Markets
1. Overview of Financial Markets
A financial market is a market in which financial assets
(securities) can be purchased or sold
Financial markets facilitate financing and investing by
households, firms, and government agencies

Chapter 2: Interest rate
Annuity
1. What is an Annuity?
An annuity is any collection of equal payments made
at regular time intervals such as monthly, quarterly, or
annually over a finite period of time
If payments are made at the end of each period, the

Practice
Problems
What amount must be deposited today in an
account paying 6% per year, compounded
monthly in order to have $2000 in the
account after 5 years?
Jim makes a deposit of $12,000 in a bank account.
The deposit is to earn interest annually at t