Sheet 4
1. The following are the numbers of credit reports prepared by a credit reporting agency for
a period of 15 weeks : 2,21,23,28,29,30,31,35,36,40,44,44,52,55,70.
I.
II.
III.
At =.05, estimate the average number of credit reports for the agency sinc
Sheet 5
1. The internal revenue service is interested in estimating the mean amount of money spent on
outside tax service by income tax filers filing as single on their individual form, to do this; they
have selected a random sample of 25 people from this
Choose the correct answer:
1. When every member of the population has an equal chance of being selected in the
sample, the researcher is using:
o
o
o
o
Simple random sampling
Stratified random sampling
convenience sampling
Purposive sampling
2. - is a sam
Sheet 3
1. Suppose a sample of 290 fortune cookies was taken. If the true proportion of fortunes that
were blank is 0.02, what is the probability that the sample proportion is at most 0.03?
2. In the previous problem, what is the probability that at least
ASSIGNMENT 1
SPRING 2017
1. The procurement manager for a large company wishes to estimate the proportion of parts
from a supplier that are defective. She has selected a random of n=200 incoming parts
and has found 11 to be defective.
I.
II.
What is the p
Sheet 2
1. The engines made by Ford for speedboats had an average power of 220 horsepower
(HP) and standard deviation of 15 HP. (given that the population is normal)
A potential buyer intends to take a sample of four engines and will not place an order if
Analysis of Investments and
Management of Portfolios
by
by Keith
Keith C.
C. Brown
Brown & Frank
Frank K.
K. Reilly
Reilly
Analysis and Valuation of Bonds
Chapter 18
The Fundamentals of Bond Valuation
Bond Valuation
What Determines Interest Rates
Forward
Chapter 3
Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis
Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP): are the practice and procedure
guidelines used to prepare and maintain financial records and reports; authorized by the
Financial Accounting Standards Boar
Chapter 4
Cash Flow and Financial Planning
The Financial Planning Process
The financial planning process begins with long-term, or strategic, financial plans
that in turn guide the formulation of short-term, or operating, plans and budgets.
Two key aspe
Chapter 2
The Financial Market Environment
True or False
1) A financial institution is an intermediary that channels the savings of individuals, businesses,
and governments into loans or investments.
2) Primary and secondary markets are markets for short-
Chapter 4
Cash Flow and Financial Planning
1) Free cash flow (FCF) is the cash flow a firm generates from its normal operations; calculated
as EBIT - taxes + depreciation.
2) The finance definition of operating cash flow excludes interest as an operating
Chapter 3
Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis
True or False
1) The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is the federal regulatory body that
governs the sale and listing of securities.
2) GAAP is the accounting profession's rule-setting body.
3)
Chapter 1
The Role of Managerial Finance
1) A financial analyst is responsible for maintaining and controlling the firm's daily cash
balances. Frequently manages the firm's short-term investments and coordinates short-term
borrowing and banking relationsh
Statistics & Probability theory- Assignment 1
1. The following data represent the record weight for each of the 40people
i. Construct a grouped frequency a distribution table and compute the relative
frequency with 11 classes.
ii. Draw Histogram, Ogives,
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO
ENGR 214: Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)
Mid Term Exam 1, 13 March, 2010
1. (30) A girl rolls a ball, up an incline and allows it to
return to her. For the angle and ball involved, the
acceleration of the ball along the i
Ex/AM/ME/T/1A/16/2008
FIRST COMPUTER Sc. AND ENGG. EXAMINATION, 2008
(1st Semester)
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Time : Three Hours
Full Marks : 100
Answer any five questions taking
at least any two from each Group.
GROUPA
1. a)
In a attempt to pull down a nearl
Tutorial 2
Stock Valuation
Outline
Definition of Capital
Stock Valuation Models
Investing Decisions
Exercises
Definition of Capital
Capital
Debt Capital
Long term borrowings
incurred by a firm including
loans from banks or issuing
bonds.
Equity Capita
Tutorial 1
Bond Valuation
Outline
Difference between common, preferred stock, and
debt
What is a bond?
Bond Terminology
Bond Valuation
Exercises
Premium, Discount or Par Value bond
Callable Bond
Common Stock
Preferred Stock
Bond
Title
Common
Stockh
Lecture 1
Date: 23/2/2015
Introduction
How to raise money capital (funds) by companies?
1. Equity: by issuing stocks / shares
2. Debt: by borrowing
External from banks
Internal by issuing bonds (money borrowed from investors in
return of an interest pai
Chapter 6
Bonds, Bond Valuation, and
Interest Rates
1
Key Features of a Bond
Par value: Face amount; paid at
maturity. Assume $1,000.
Coupon interest rate: Stated
interest rate. Multiply by par value
to get dollars of interest. Generally
fixed.
(More)
2
M
CHAPTER 7
Stocks, Stock Valuation, and
Stock Market Equilibrium
1
Valuing Common Stock
To find the value of any asset we
calculate the present value of future
returns.
The returns for investors from stock
investments are dividends & capital
gains/losses
H
Lecture 1
Date: 23/2/2015
Introduction
How to raise money capital (funds) by companies?
1. Equity: by issuing stocks / shares
2. Debt: by borrowing
External from banks
Internal by issuing bonds (money borrowed from
investors in return of an interest pai
Ch 7
1) Differentiate between debt and equity capital.
Debt includes all borrowing incurred by a firm, including bonds, and is repaid according to a
fixed schedule of payments
Equity consists of funds provided by the firms owners (investors or stockholder
Simple Linear Regression
Simple Linear Regression Model
Least Squares Method
Coefficient of Determination
Model Assumptions
Testing for Significance
Using the Estimated Regression Equation
for Estimation and Prediction
Computer Solution
Residual Analysis:
Statistical Computing Methods
Worked Problem
Analysis of Variance
1. An economist compiled data on productivity improvements last year for
a sample of firms producing electronic computing equipment. The firms
were classified according to the level of thei
Worked Example: Simple Linear Regression
1. The following table shows the hours of sunshine, x, during 5 days in August and
the number of ice creams, y, sold by a beach shop.
X
0
1
2
3
4
y
4
6
7
8
10
(a) Plot the data. Graph the best fitted line on the sc
Computational Statistical Methods
Worked Problem
Testing Independence
(1)
The president of a large company has been studying the relationship
between male/female supervisory structures in his institution and the level of
employees' job satisfaction. The r
Computational Statistical Methods
Worked Problems
Testing Equal Variances
(1) A major issue facing many states is whether to legalize casino. The
data below shows samples of annual salaries (in thousands of
dollars) for accountants in two different firms.
MIT Sloan Finance Problems
and Solutions Collection
Finance Theory I
Part 1
Andrew W. Lo and Jiang Wang
Fall 2008
(For Course Use Only. All Rights Reserved.)
Acknowledgements
The problems in this collection are drawn from problem sets and exams used in Fi