F371 Chapter 5 In-Class
STUDENT NAME
DATE OF IN CLASS
June 1, 2016
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1.
Rooster Co. has identified an investment project with the following cash flows.
Year
1
2
3
4
Cash Flow
$ 990
790
1,440
1,800
Requirement 1:
If the discount
Rachels Leadership Model
My Core Leadership Principles
Principles
Resect
Trust
virtue
Enable
Explanation
I personal feel this is the most important core leader ship principle I
poses because without respect from those you lead you will not be
able to lead
STATISTICAL FORECASTING and SEASONALITY
(M. E. Ippolito; 10-6-13)
PART I
OVERVIEW
The following discussion expands upon exponential smoothing and seasonality as presented in Chapter 11,
Forecasting, in the text. There are a variety of forecasting methods
Chapter 8 Class discussion questions for F371 :
An investment project provides cash inflows of $1,100 per year for eight years.
Requirement 1:
What is the project payback period if the initial cost is $3,750?
Payback period
years
Requirement 2:
What is th
VALUES SURVEY
Listed below are thirteen different character traits that might
be used to describe individuals. Please rate each according to
how important that trait is to you.
How important is this characteristic to you?
Very
Unimportant
Neutral
or
Unsur
Z371
Team Charter
Your team charter is your constitution, your contract with your team about how work will be
done. It is not just a document that is completed and then forgotten about. It is a living
document (like our constitution) that can be amended a
Bond Premium and Bond Discount
Yield to Maturity
Questions arise about bond premiums and bond discounts.
If a bond is priced in the market at face value, its return is the stated (coupon) rate.
In general, when the market interest rate exceeds the coupon
Effective Annual Rate vs Annual Percentage Rate
By definition:
Effective Annual Rate (EAR) is the interest rate that is annualized using
compound interest
Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the interest rate that is annualized using simple
interest.
Truth
Suppose you know that a companys stock currently sells for $65.20 per share and the required return on the stock
is 10 percent. You also know that the total return on the stock is evenly divided between capital gains yield and
dividend yield.
Required:
If
1.
For each of the following, compute the present value
Present Value
Years
10
2
14
19
$
$
$
$
Interest Rate
6%
11
14
13
Future Value
$ 17,928
42,117
796,382
653,816
Calculator Solution:
Enter
10
6%
N
I/Y
2
11%
N
I/Y
14
14%
N
I/Y
Solve for
FV
$42,117
PV
P
1.
Rooster Co. has identified an investment project with the following cash flows.
Year
1
2
3
4
Cash Flow
$ 990
790
1,440
1,800
Requirement 1:
If the discount rate is 11 percent, what is the present value of these cash flows?
Present value
$
Requirement 2
Social
Men and women taking an interest in their food is both an opportunity and a threat. This could
be an opportunity because we can cater our menu to the more health conscious guests. This
could also be a threat if we do not alter our menu to include
Company Contact Information (will use for every deliverable)
o company name and address: Dave and Busters : 8350 Castleton Corner Dr. Indianapolis IN
46250.
o contact name and phone number/email address: Jeni Abernathy: 317-752-2766/
jeni_abernathy@davean
Week One Agenda / Mon Jan 13 & Weds Jan 15
Resources Needed for EVERY Class:
NotePaper
Pencil&Eraser
FinancialCalculator
Syllabusw/AcademicCalendar
Resources Needed for Week One:
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Week Five Agenda / Monday Feb 10 & Weds Feb 12
Resources Needed for EVERY Class:
NotePaper
Pencil&Eraser
FinancialCalculator
Syllabusw/AcademicCalendar
Resources Needed for Week Five:
Presentations (suggest printing them out as handouts 3 up on a page)
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