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Paul asks…

CAn you please answer these question of Financial Management ?

1. Who determine the market price of a share of common stock?

a. The board of directors of the firm
b. The stock exchange on which the stock is listed
c. The president of the company
d. Individuals buying and selling the stock

2. What should be the focal point of financial management in a firm?

a. The number and types of products or services provided by the firm
b. The minimization of the amount of taxes paid by the firm
c. The creation of value for shareholders
d. The dollars profits earned by the firm

3. Which of the following would generally have unlimited liability?

a. A limited partner in a partnership
b. A shareholder in a corporation
c. The owner of a sole proprietorship
d. A member in a limited liability company (LLC)

4. Which of the following is equal to the average tax rate?

a. Total tax liability divided by taxable income
b. Rate that will be paid on the next dollar of taxable income
c. Median marginal tax rate
d. Percentage increase in taxable income from the previous period

5. Felton Farm Supplies, Inc., has 8 % return on total assets of Rs.300,000 and a net
profit margin of 5 %. What are its sales?

a. Rs. 3, 750,000
b. Rs. 480, 000
c. Rs. 300, 000
d. Rs. 1, 500,000

6. Which of the following would not improve the current ratio?

a. Borrowing on short term to finance additional fixed assets
b. Issue long-term debt to buy inventory
c. Sell common stock to reduce current liabilities
d. Sell fixed assets to reduce accounts payable

7. With continuous compounding at 8% for 20 years, what is the approximate future
value of a Rs.20,000 initial investment?

a. Rs. 52,000
b. Rs .93,219
c. Rs. 99,061
d. Rs. 915,240

8. In 2 years you are to receive Rs.10,000. If the interest rate were to suddenly
decrease, the present value of that future amount to you would __________.

a. Fall
b. Rise
c. Remain unchanged
d. Incomplete information

9. Cash budgets are prepared from past:

a. Balance sheets
b. Income statements
c. Income tax and depreciation data
d. None of the given options
Financial Management Quiz 1
Spring Semester 2009

10. Which of the following is part of an examination of the sources and uses of
funds?

a. A forecasting technique
b. A funds flow analysis
c. A ratio analysis
d. Calculations for preparing the balance sheet

11. An annuity due is always worth _____ a comparable annuity.

a. Less than
b. More than
c. Equal to
d. Cannot be found

12. As interest rates go up, the present value of a stream of fixed cash flows _____.

a. Goes down
b. Goes up
c. Stays the same
d. Cannot be found

13. ABC Company is expected to generate Rs.125 million per year over the next three
years in free cash flow. Assuming a discount rate of 10%, what is the present
value of that cash flow stream?

a. Rs. 375 million
b. Rs. 338 million
c. Rs. 311 million
d. Rs. 211 million

14. If we were to increase ABC company’ cost of equity assumption, what would we
expect to happen to the present value of all future cash flows?

a. An increase
b. A decrease
c. No change
d. Incomplete information

15. In proper capital budgeting analysis we evaluate incremental __________ cash
flows.

a. Accounting
b. Operating
c. Before-tax
d. Financing

16. A capital budgeting technique through which discount rate equates the present
value of the future net cash flows from an investment project with the project’s
initial cash outflow is known as:

a. Payback period
b. Internal rate of return
c. Net present value
d. Profitability index

17. Discounted cash flow methods provide a more objective basis for evaluating and
selecting an investment project. These methods take into account:

a. Magnitude of expected cash flows
b. Timing of expected cash flows
c. Both timing and magnitude of cash flows
d. None of the given options

18. Which of the followings make the calculation of NPV difficult?

a. Estimated cash flows
b. Discount rate
c. Anticipated life of the business
d. All of the given options

19. From which of the following category would be the cash flow received from sales
revenue and other income during the life of the project?

a. Financing activity
b. Operating activity
c. Investing activity
d. All of the given options

20. Which of the following technique would be used for a project that has non –
normal cash flows?

a. Multiple internal rate of return
b. Modified internal arte of return
c. Net present value
d. Internal rate of return

financi4 answers:

Do your own homework!!!

Robert asks…

2. What should be the focal point of financial management in a firm?

1. Who determine the market price of a share of common stock?
a. The board of directors of the firm
b. The stock exchange on which the stock is listed
c. The president of the company
d. Individuals buying and selling the stock

2. What should be the focal point of financial management in a firm?
a. The number and types of products or services provided by the firm
b. The minimization of the amount of taxes paid by the firm
c. The creation of value for shareholders
d. The dollars profits earned by the firm

3. Which of the following would generally have unlimited liability?
a. A limited partner in a partnership
b. A shareholder in a corporation
c. The owner of a sole proprietorship
d. A member in a limited liability company (LLC)

4. Which of the following is equal to the average tax rate?
a. Total tax liability divided by taxable income
b. Rate that will be paid on the next dollar of taxable income
c. Median marginal tax rate
d. Percentage increase in taxable income from the previous period

5. Felton Farm Supplies, Inc., has 8 % return on total assets of Rs.300,000 and a net profit margin of 5 %. What are its sales?
a. Rs. 3, 750,000
b. Rs. 480, 000
c. Rs. 300, 000
d. Rs. 1, 500,000

6. Which of the following would not improve the current ratio?
a. Borrowing on short term to finance additional fixed assets
b. Issue long-term debt to buy inventory
c. Sell common stock to reduce current liabilities
d. Sell fixed assets to reduce accounts payable

7. With continuous compounding at 8% for 20 years, what is the approximate future value of a Rs.20,000 initial investment?
a. Rs. 52,000
b. Rs .93,219
c. Rs. 99,061
d. Rs. 915,240

8. In 2 years you are to receive Rs.10,000. If the interest rate were to suddenly decrease, the present value of that future amount to you would __________.
a. Fall
b. Rise
c. Remain unchanged
d. Incomplete information

9. Cash budgets are prepared from past:
a. Balance sheets
b. Income statements
c. Income tax and depreciation data
d. None of the given options

10. Which of the following is part of an examination of the sources and uses of funds?
a. A forecasting technique
b. A funds flow analysis
c. A ratio analysis
d. Calculations for preparing the balance sheet

11. An annuity due is always worth _____ a comparable annuity.
a. Less than
b. More than
c. Equal to
d. Cannot be found

12. As interest rates go up, the present value of a stream of fixed cash flows _____.
a. Goes down
b. Goes up
c. Stays the same
d. Cannot be found

13. ABC Company is expected to generate Rs.125 million per year over the next three years in free cash flow. Assuming a discount rate of 10%, what is the present value of that cash flow stream?
a. Rs. 375 million
b. Rs. 338 million
c. Rs. 311 million
d. Rs. 211 million

14. If we were to increase ABC company’ cost of equity assumption, what would we expect to happen to the present value of all future cash flows?
a. An increase
b. A decrease
c. No change
d. Incomplete information

15. In proper capital budgeting analysis we evaluate incremental __________ cash flows.
a. Accounting
b. Operating
c. Before-tax
d. Financing

16. A capital budgeting technique through which discount rate equates the present value of the future net cash flows from an investment project with the project’s initial cash outflow is known as:
a. Payback period
b. Internal rate of return
c. Net present value
d. Profitability index

17. Discounted cash flow methods provide a more objective basis for evaluating and selecting an investment project. These methods take into account:
a. Magnitude of expected cash flows
b. Timing of expected cash flows
c. Both timing and magnitude of cash flows
d. None of the given options

18. Which of the followings make the calculation of NPV difficult?
a. Estimated cash flows
b. Discount rate
c. Anticipated life of the business
d. All of the given options

19. From which of the following category would be the cash flow received from sales revenue and other income during the life of the project?
a. Financing activity
b. Operating activity
c. Investing activity
d. All of the given options

20. Which of the following technique would be used for a project that has non – normal cash flows?
a. Multiple internal rate of return
b. Modified internal arte of return
c. Net present value
d. Internal rate of return

financi4 answers:

D,c,c,a,b,a,c,a,d,b,b,a,d,b,b,b,c,d,b,b

James asks…

Please solve the quiz of finincial management (mgt201)?

1. Who determine the market price of a share of common stock?
a. The board of directors of the firm
b. The stock exchange on which the stock is listed
c. The president of the company
d. Individuals buying and selling the stock
2. What should be the focal point of financial management in a firm?
a. The number and types of products or services provided by the firm
b. The minimization of the amount of taxes paid by the firm
c. The creation of value for shareholders
d. The dollars profits earned by the firm
3. Which of the following would generally have unlimited liability?
a. A limited partner in a partnership
b. A shareholder in a corporation
c. The owner of a sole proprietorship
d. A member in a limited liability company (LLC)
4. Which of the following is equal to the average tax rate?
a. Total tax liability divided by taxable income
b. Rate that will be paid on the next dollar of taxable income
c. Median marginal tax rate
d. Percentage increase in taxable income from the previous period
5. Felton Farm Supplies, Inc., has 8 % return on total assets of Rs.300,000 and a net
profit margin of 5 %. What are its sales?
a. Rs. 3, 750,000
b. Rs. 480, 000
c. Rs. 300, 000
d. Rs. 1, 500,000
6. Which of the following would not improve the current ratio?
a. Borrowing on short term to finance additional fixed assets
b. Issue long-term debt to buy inventory
c. Sell common stock to reduce current liabilities
d. Sell fixed assets to reduce accounts payable
7. With continuous compounding at 8% for 20 years, what is the approximate future
value of a Rs.20,000 initial investment?
a. Rs. 52,000
b. Rs .93,219
c. Rs. 99,061
d. Rs. 915,240
8. In 2 years you are to receive Rs.10,000. If the interest rate were to suddenly
decrease, the present value of that future amount to you would __________.
a. Fall
b. Rise
c. Remain unchanged
d. Incomplete information
9. Cash budgets are prepared from past:
a. Balance sheets
b. Income statements
c. Income tax and depreciation data
d. None of the given options
10. Which of the following is part of an examination of the sources and uses of
funds?
a. A forecasting technique
b. A funds flow analysis
c. A ratio analysis
d. Calculations for preparing the balance sheet
11. An annuity due is always worth _____ a comparable annuity.
a. Less than
b. More than
c. Equal to
d. Cannot be found
12. As interest rates go up, the present value of a stream of fixed cash flows _____.
a. Goes down
b. Goes up
c. Stays the same
d. Cannot be found
13. ABC Company is expected to generate Rs.125 million per year over the next three
years in free cash flow. Assuming a discount rate of 10%, what is the present
value of that cash flow stream?
a. Rs. 375 million
b. Rs. 338 million
c. Rs. 311 million
d. Rs. 211 million
14. If we were to increase ABC company’ cost of equity assumption, what would we
expect to happen to the present value of all future cash flows?
a. An increase
b. A decrease
c. No change
d. Incomplete information
15. In proper capital budgeting analysis we evaluate incremental __________ cash
flows.
a. Accounting
b. Operating
c. Before-tax
d. Financing
16. A capital budgeting technique through which discount rate equates the present
value of the future net cash flows from an investment project with the project’s
initial cash outflow is known as:
a. Payback period
b. Internal rate of return
c. Net present value
d. Profitability index
17. Discounted cash flow methods provide a more objective basis for evaluating and
selecting an investment project. These methods take into account:
a. Magnitude of expected cash flows
b. Timing of expected cash flows
c. Both timing and magnitude of cash flows
d. None of the given options
18. Which of the followings make the calculation of NPV difficult?
a. Estimated cash flows
b. Discount rate
c. Anticipated life of the business
d. All of the given options
19. From which of the following category would be the cash flow received from sales
revenue and other income during the life of the project?
a. Financing activity
b. Operating activity
c. Investing activity
d. All of the given options
20. Which of the following technique would be used for a project that has non –
normal cash flows?
a. Multiple internal rate of return
b. Modified internal arte of return
c. Net present value
d. Internal rate of return

financi4 answers:

Hi dude ur from VU i know they ask well coming to the point dude i dont have time to explain but i am giving u answers only here goes
1. D
2. C
3. C
4. A
5.d i think i hope it helps.

Michael asks…

i want to do my own research in stock market and through which perameter i will be able to predic future price

i m MBA student. please suggest others topics related to stock market. i want to do something in research field of stock market. i got lots of data about fundamental and technical analysis but i m not able select the research area in this field. plz kindly suggest the different topic or reserch techniques which are useful for stock market.

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