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Question 1 1. ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------
"XYZ's receivables turnover is 10x. The accounts receivable at year-end are $600,000. The average collection period is 36 days. What was the sales figure for the year assuming all sales are on credit? "
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Answer | | "$60,000 " | | | "$6,000,000 " | | | "$24,000,000 " | | | None of the above |
5 points
Question 2 1. ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------
"Oak Enterprises has a beta of 1.2, the market return is 11%, and the T-bill rate is 4%. What is their expected required return of common equity? "
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Answer | | Between 11% and 12% | | | Between 12% and 13% | | | between 9% and 10% | | | between 7% and 8% |
5 points
Question 3 1. ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------
"Ian would like to save $1,500,000 by the time he retires in 40 years. If he believes that he can achieve a 7% rate of return, how much does he need to deposit each year to achieve his goal? "
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Answer | | "$9,692 " | | | "$27,500 " | | | "$5,790 " | | | "$7,514 " |
5 points
Question 4 1. ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------
A Subchapter S corporation
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Answer | | is similar to a partnership in that is carries unlimited liability. | | | is a separate legal entity which is treated like a normal corporation. | | | has all the organizational benefits of a corporation and its income is only taxed once. |…...

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