Homework Problem Set 8
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Iverson CH310N
Due Wednesday, April 11
Homework Problem Set 8
Iverson CH310N
Due Wednesday, April 11
(20 Points) Fill in the missing arrows and reagents to complete this roadmap using all the reactions you
have learned this
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
129. Paulsen Inc. purchased a $700,000 machine to manufacture a specialty tap for electrical
equipment. The tap was in high demand and Paulsen could sell all that it could manufacture for
the n
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
118. Western Electronics (WE) is reviewing the following data relating to a new equipment
proposal:
WE expects the net after-tax savings in cash outflows from the investment to be equal in each
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
108. The net present value (NPV) method and the internal rate of return (IRR) method are used
to analyze proposed capital expenditures. The IRR method, as contrasted with the NPV
method:
A. Is
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
113. Which of the following items has no after-tax consequences in the analysis of a capital
investment proposal?
A. Cash flow from operations.
B. Salvage of the old investment.
C. Employee sev
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
123. In capital budgeting, the accounting rate of return (ARR) decision model:
A. Considers the time value of money.
B. Ignores cash outflows after the initial investment.
C. Incorporates the t
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
71. Quip Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to in
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
Alternatively, if using the built-in function in Excel, we estimate IRR as 9.20% based on the
following entry into a cell: = IRR(cfw_-200000;62000;62000;62000;62000) (Note: The
preceding data w
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
73. If the net present value (NPV) of an investment proposal is positive, it would indicate that
the:
A. PV of cash outflows exceeds the PV of cash inflows
B. Payback period is less than one-ha
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
104. GuSont Inc. was considering an investment in the following project:
The internal rate of return (IRR) is (note: to solve this problem students will need access either
to Appendix C, Table
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
127. Acorn Corporation designs and installs fire-suppression systems in commercial buildings.
Over 90 percent of Acorn's business is in new construction, with the remainder in upgrade
installat
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
100. The estimated value of a real option:
A. Is affected by essentially the same set of factors that affect the value of financial options.
B. Cannot be incorporated into a conventional DCF an
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
95. Amster Corporation has not yet decided on its discount rate for use in the evaluation of
capital budgeting proposals. This lack of information will prohibit the company from
calculating a p
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
88. Olsen Inc. purchased a $600,000 machine to manufacture a specialty tap for electrical
equipment. The tap is in high demand and Olsen can sell all that it could manufacture for the
next ten
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
86. Olsen Inc. purchased a $600,000 machine to manufacture a specialty tap for electrical
equipment. The tap is in high demand and Olsen can sell all that it could manufacture for the
next ten
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
91. If a company must choose between two mutually exclusive investment projects, the best
general method to employ for decision-making purposes is:
A. Cash-flow bailout
B. Cash-flow break-even
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
84. Brandon Company is contemplating the purchase of a new piece of equipment for $45,000.
Brandon is in the 30% income tax bracket. Predicted annual after-tax cash inflows from this
investment
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
82. Brandon Company is contemplating the purchase of a new piece of equipment for $45,000.
Brandon is in the 30% income tax bracket. Predicted annual after-tax cash inflows from this
investment
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
69. Quip Corporation wants to purchase a new machine for $300,000. Management predicts
that the machine can produce sales of $200,000 each year for the next 5 years. Expenses are
expected to in
Chapter 12 - Strategy and the Analysis of Capital Investments
80. Brandon Company is contemplating the purchase of a new piece of equipment for $45,000.
Brandon is in the 30% income tax bracket. Predicted annual after-tax cash inflows from this
investment
Problem 1: [Boolean Algebra: 20 points]
(a) [6 points] Consider the following CMOS circuit. Write down a Boolean expression
for the output F in SOP form. Simplify this expression to as few terms as possible.
Ans. (a):
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(b) [14 points] Determine if the fo
Problem 3 [Flip-Flops: 20 points] Note that the two parts of this problem are
independent
(a) [12 points] On the given timing diagram, draw the waveforms for the signals Q0, Q1
and out generated by the following flip-flop circuit. The initial values of Q1
Problem 6 [State Reduction: 20 points] Vahid Problem 6.18
Consider the 7-state FSM M shown below.
(a) [5 points] Is M a Mealy or a Moore machine?
Ans (a) _
(b) [15 points] Reduce the number of states of M to the minimum possible by using an
implication ta
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The University of Michigan
EECS 270: Introduction to Logic Design
Winter 2007
Final Exam
Professor John P. Hayes
Professor Kang. G. Shin
Friday April 20, 2007
7:00
Problem 4b
iii. Structural rearrangements can be identified by pairs
which the distance between the reads or their orientation is
changed. Inversion can change the relative orientation of
the mapped paired reads. Deletion and insertion affect the
distance
Problem 10: [Lab-related: 30 points]
In Lab 6 you had to divide the 50Mhz (50*106 cycles/second) clock to provide the timing pulses
for the N8 controller. Consider the following Verilog code with the 50Mhz clock mapped to clock,
and display mapped to the
Problem 8: [Memory Components: 20 points]
The ROM memory MEM of a certain embedded system is to have a capacity of 1 MB
(megabyte) and each byte is to be individually addressable. MEM is to be constructed
from multiple copies of a ROM component M which ha
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