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The goal of financial management is to maximize the: Student Response 1. market value of the existing owners equity. 2. current dividends. 3. total assets owned by the firm. 4. current net income. Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Use these financial statements to answer questions 2 to 4
Balance Sheet
2007 Cash Accounts receivable Inventory Net fixed assets Total assets 2008 $ 310 2,640 3,275 10,960 $ 405 3,055 3,850 10,670 2007 Accounts payable Long-term debt Common stock Retained earnings 2008 $ 2,820 7,875 5,000 1,490 $ 2,570 8,100 5,250 2,060

$17,185 $17,980

Total liabilities and equity $ 17,185 $17,980

Income Statement Net Sales Costs Depreciation EBIT Interest $9,610 6,310 1,370 1,930 630

Taxable income Taxes Net Income

1,300 455 $ 845

What is the operating cash flow for 2008? Student Response 1. $845 2. $1,930 3. $2,215 4. $2,845 5. None of the above. Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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What is the cash flow to creditor for 2008? Student Response 1. -$405 2. -$225 3. $225 4. $405 Score: 0/1 Correct Answer

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What is the change in net working capital for 2008? Student Response 1. $1,235 2. $1,035 3. $1,335 4. $3,405 Correct Answer

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A firm has net income of $4,000 and a tax rate of 34 percent. The revenue is $15,000, cost of goods sold is $6,000, and interest expense is $400. What is the depreciation expense for the year? Student Response 1. $1,155 2. $2,470 3. $2,539 4. $4,600 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A firm has net working capital of $8,000 and current assets of $12,000. Total assets equal $30,000. What is the book value of the firm if long-term debt is $7,500? Student Response 1. $10,500 2. $14,500 3. $18,500 4. $18,900 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A firm currently has an average tax rate of 20 percent and a marginal tax rate of 25 percent based on its current taxable income of $40,000. What will the firms average tax rate be if it increases its taxable income by $2,000? Student Response Correct Answer

1. 20 percent 2. 20.05 percent 3. 20.24 percent 4. 25 percent Score: 1/1

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Redding Industrial Supply had common stock of $6,800 and retained earnings of $5,000 at the beginning of the year. At the end of the year, the common stock balance is $7,100 and the retained earnings account balance is $5,500. The net income for the year is $980. What is the retention ratio? Student Response 1. 17.59 percent 2. 51.02 percent 3. 61.09 percent 4. 81.63 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A firm has a debt-equity ratio of .5. What is the equity multiplier if total equity is $4,500? Student Response 1. .5 2. 1.5 3. 2.0 4. 2.22 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A firm has sales of $26,000, depreciation of $2,000, interest expense of $800, cost of goods sold of $15,000, other costs of $5,000, and a tax rate of 34 percent. What is the firms profit margin? Student Response 1. 7.84 percent 2. 7.97 percent 3. 8.12 percent 4. 8.62 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Brown and Co. has a return on assets of 14 percent, an equity multiplier of 1.8, and a dividend payout ratio of 50 percent. What is the firms internal rate of growth? Student Response 1. 7.53 percent 2. 7.68 percent 3. 7.76 percent 4. 7.80 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A firm has a return on equity of 14.60 percent and a profit margin of 10 percent. What is the return on assets if the equity multiplier is 1.4? Student Response 1. 10.43 percent 2. 11.48 percent 3. 11.55 percent 4. 20.16 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Nelson Ledges has total equity of $64,800. There are 15,000 shares of stock outstanding at a market price of $11.66 a share. What is the market-to-book ratio? Student Response 1. .28 2. .37 3. 2.70 4. 3.63 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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You currently have $7,200 in your investment account. You can earn an average rate of return of 15 percent per year. How long will you have to wait until your account is worth $50,000? Student Response 1. 9.47 years 2. 11.28 years 3. 13.87 years 4. 17.51 years Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Your savings account is currently worth $1,200. The account pays 5 percent interest compounded annually. How much will your account be worth 6 years from now? Student Response 1. $1,524.00 2. $1,562.71 3. $1,608.12 4. $1,627.19 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Fifteen years ago, your parents opened an investment account with an initial deposit of $5,000. Today, that account is worth $38,000. What average annual rate of return did they earn on their investment? Student Response 1. 14.48 percent 2. 14.59 percent 3. 14.78 percent 4. 15.03 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Marcia invested $500 with the Simpleton Bank 2 years ago. The bank pays 3 percent simple interest on its savings accounts. What is the total amount of interest Marcia has earned on her account over the past 2 years? Student Response 1. $17.50 2. $27.00 3. $30.00 4. $52.50 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Which one of the following statements is correct, all else held constant? Student Response 1. There is an inverse relationship between the present value and the future value. Correct Answer

2. The future value decreases as the time period increases. 3. The present value decreases as the time period decreases. 4. The interest rate is inversely related to the present value. Score: 1/1

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Your goal is to earn an annual salary of $100,000 three years from now. You expect to increase your salary by 6.5 percent annually. How much do you need to earn this year if you are going to reach your goal? Student Response 1. $72,988.08 2. $82,784.91 3. $87,878.88 4. $84,363.13 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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You want to buy another vehicle and know you can afford $330 a month for 6 years. The interest rate is 7.75 percent, compounded monthly. How much money can you afford to borrow? Student Response 1. $12,600.00 2. $13,582.63 3. $16,429.37 4. $18,953.07 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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The Corner Bank is offering you a credit card with an APR of 13 percent. The bank compounds the interest rate on a monthly basis. What is the effective annual rate? Student Response 1. 12.68 percent 2. 13.69 percent 3. 13.80 percent 4. 14.03 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Over the past 30 years your parents saved money each month for their retirement. They retired this week and expect to live another 30 years. Their investment account is currently valued at $500,000 and is expected to earn 5 percent annually in the future. How much money can they withdraw annually if they wish to spend all of their money during their lifetime? Student Response 1. $5,158.75 2. $6,038.59 3. $32,525.72 4. $40,149.59 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Suzie has $16,000 in her investment account today. She saves $200 a month and earns 5 percent interest, compounded monthly. How much money will she have in her account three years from now? Student Response 1. $16,821.87 2. $18,509.53 3. $26,334.22 4. $26,997.91 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Tom invested $100 at the beginning of each month for the last 14 years and earned 6 percent interest, compounded monthly. Julia invested $200 at the end of each month for the past 7 years and earned 6 percent interest, compounded monthly. Today, Tom has ______ than Julia. Student Response 1. $5,546.84 less 2. $5,560.26 less 3. $5,546.84 more 4. $5,560.26more Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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You just won a prize and will receive $5,000 today plus $5,000 one year from now. What is this prize worth to you today if you can earn 10 percent annually on your investments? Student Response 1. $9,545.46 2. $9,587.16 3. $10,000.00 4. $10,450.00 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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A generous benefactor invested money in a scholarship fund ten years ago at an interest rate of 10 percent. Every year, the fund awards $50,000 in scholarships to worthy college students. How much did this benefactor deposit into the account initially? Assume all interest is paid out annually but the principal amount remains untouched. Student Response Correct Answer

1. $400,000 2. $462,963 3. $500,000 4. $625,000 Score: 1/1

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Super Star, Inc. gives out an "employee of the year" award every year. This employee receives a bonus of $1,000 on the day he or she is selected and another $1,000 for every year he or she remains with the firm, up to a maximum of $20,000 total. At a 6.5 percent discount rate, what is the maximum value of this award at the time the recipient is selected? Student Response 1. $11,018.51 2. $11,431.84 3. $11,734.71 4. $11,820.85 5. $11,996.08 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Angela's Accessories offers credit to its customers and charges interest of 2 percent per month. What is the annual percentage rate? Student Response 1. 20.18 percent 2. 21.71 percent 3. 24.00 percent 4. 25.36 percent 5. 25.36 percent Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Your parents spent $4,500 to buy 300 shares of stock in a new company 20 years ago. The stock has appreciated 11 percent per year on average. What is the current value of those 300 shares? Student Response 1. $5,400.95 2. $9,900.00 3. $14,400.00 4. $33,435.38 5. $36,280.40 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Your brother will receive $450 a month for the next six years from an insurance settlement. The interest rate is 5 percent, compounded monthly, for the first two years and 6.5 percent, compounded monthly, for the final four years. What is this settlement worth to your brother today? Student Response 1. $17,173.19 2. $18,975.37 3. $21,537.72 4. $24,364.82 5. $27,430.45 Score: 1/1 Correct Answer

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Twenty years ago, you deposited $1,000 into an account. Fifteen years ago, you added an additional $3,000 to your account. You earned 6 percent, compounded annually, for the first 5 years and 10 percent, compounded annually, for the last 15 years. How much money do you have in your account today?

Student Response 1. $4,925.34 2. $5,634.48 3. $13,880.59 4. $18,121.84 5. $19,369.43 Score: 1/1

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