BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

We know that the U.S. is a substantial net debtor to foreigners.​ How, then, is it possible that the U.S. received more foreign asset income than it paid​ out?

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The annual income from investment made on foreign assets is higher than the annual incomes foreigners earn from investing on u.s asset.

Explanation:

U.S companies take greater risk in direct investment when investing in foreign subsidiaries because they have potential for higher rewards while foreign companies take lesser risk when investing in U.S.A.

The number of years that an overseas subsidiaries have been in existence have an important and positive influence on it's rate of return and U.S.A has been establishing companies in foreign countries in the last 30 yearsyears.


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HIGH SCHOOL

When a firm takes existing products and attempts to sell them to new markets, this growth strategy is considered: A. Market development B. Market penetration C. Product development D. Diversification

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Answer: A - Market development

Explanation: Marketing development is a marketing strategy used by businesses to penetrate new markets with their products.

There are different types of market development and they are:

1. Price: new prices are offered for the product to attract new customers/consumers to the product thereby increasing income.

2. Distribution: The distribution of the product through new channel will aid the development of the product in the new market.

3. Product development: the development of a new product will help penetrate the new market as the product is new and customers might like to try it out.

HIGH SCHOOL

Tess is going to purchase a new car that has a list price of $29,190. She is planning on trading in her good-condition 2006 Dodge Dakota and financing the rest of the cost over four years, paying monthly. Her finance plan has an interest rate of 10.73%, compounded monthly. Tess will also be responsible for 7.14% sales tax, a $1,235 vehicle registration fee, and a $97 documentation fee. If the dealer gives Tess 75% of the listed trade-in price on her car, once the financing is paid off, what percent of the total amount paid over four years would be interest? (Consider the trade-in to be a reduction in the amount paid.)

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Answer:

what percent of the total amount paid over four years would be interest?

18,98%  Interest %

Explanation:

New car 29190 75%                     21.893        Loan 10.193

% rate 10,73    

Period  4    

Sales tax 7,14%                       1563,1245  

vehicule registration 1235             1235  

Fee 97                                          97  

 

 

Period Payment Capital Interest Loan

   

   10.193

1 262 171 91 10.022

2 262 172 90 9.849

3 262 174 88 9.675

4 262 176 87 9.500

5 262 177 85 9.322

6 262 179 83 9.144

7 262 180 82 8.963

8 262 182 80 8.781

9 262 184 79 8.598

10 262 185 77 8.413

11 262 187 75 8.226

12 262 189 74 8.037

13 262 190 72 7.847

14 262 192 70 7.655

15 262 194 68 7.461

16 262 195 67 7.266

17 262 197 65 7.069

18 262 199 63 6.870

19 262 201 61 6.669

20 262 202 60 6.467

21 262 204 58 6.263

22 262 206 56 6.056

23 262 208 54 5.848

24 262 210 52 5.639

25 262 212 50 5.427

26 262 214 49 5.213

27 262 215 47 4.998

28 262 217 45 4.781

29 262 219 43 4.561

30 262 221 41 4.340

31 262 223 39 4.117

32 262 225 37 3.891

33 262 227 35 3.664

34 262 229 33 3.435

35 262 231 31 3.203

36 262 233 29 2.970

37 262 236 27 2.734

38 262 238 24 2.497

39 262 240 22 2.257

40 262 242 20 2.015

41 262 244 18 1.771

42 262 246 16 1.525

43 262 248 14 1.276

44 262 251 11 1.025

45 262 253 9 772

46 262 255 7 517

47 262 257 5 260

48 262 260 2 (0)

   

12.581 10.193 2.388  

   

       18,98%  Interest %

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In order to minimize project risks, which step comes after the step of identifying risks?

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Answer:

Analyze the risk

Explanation:

Risk management project risk has the following steps to minimize the risks -

a) Identifying the risks;

b) Analyzing the risks;

c) Evaluating the risks;

d) Treating the risks;

e) Monitoring and reviewing the risks.

Therefore, after identifying the risks, project managers analyze the risk to reduce the risks of the project. Analyzing the risks include recognizing the nature of the risk and difficulties faced by the risk to perform the project.

Answer: Evaluating risks

Explanation: This comes after identifying and before prioritizing. Correct on Plato.

HIGH SCHOOL

It's either A or D. Barbara needs to bring in a check to hold her spot on the class field trip to Washington D.C. Barbara's mother does not get paid until the end of the month but told Barbara she can write a check and date it for the 31st. Which of the following checks did Barbara's mom write to hold her spot on the field trip?

A: Predated check
B: certified check
C: stale check
D: Postdated check.

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Predated because itnhas not alrady been payed, and she is writing it before A
A: Predated check
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HIGH SCHOOL

After a restructuring at Sigma Corp. broadened managers’ jobs, some managers began experiencing role conflict and role ambiguity. To prevent dissatisfaction among these valued employees, the company asked the human resource department to help managers develop clearer and more balanced roles. The HR manager decided to use the role analysis technique. With this technique, who will meet to discuss the role of each manager affected by the restructuring?

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Answer:

each manager affected and the people who directly interact with him or her.

Explanation:

According to my research on role analysis technique, I can say that based on the information provided within the question the people meeting would be each manager affected and the people who directly interact with him or her. This is because this technique focuses on demands and responsibilities of the role in question, and is done so by talking with the people who interact with the person performing that role.

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COLLEGE

Tomas and Saturn are partners who share income in the ratio of 3:1. Their capital balances are $40,000 and $60,000, respectively. The partnership generated net income of $20,000. What is Saturn's capital balance after closing the revenue and expense accounts to the capital accounts

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Answer:

capital balance of Saturn:        65,000

Explanation:

Saturn participation in the net income:

1:3 >> 1 / 4 = 25%

capital balance of Saturn      60,000

net income : 20,000 x 25% =  5,000  

capital balance of                  65,000

We simply add up the percentage of participation in the win/losses to Saturn capital account

COLLEGE

TEW COMPANY Balance Sheet As of December 31 ASSETS Cash $ 20,000 Accounts receivable 80,000 Inventory 50,000 Net plant and equipment 250,000 Total assets $ 400,000 LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS’ EQUITY Accounts payable $ 40,000 Accrued expenses 60,000 Long-term debt 130,000 Common stock 100,000 Paid-in capital 10,000 Retained earnings 60,000 Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity $ 400,000 TEW COMPANY Income Statement For the year ended December 31 Sales (all on credit) $ 500,000 Cost of goods sold 200,000 Gross profit $ 300,000 Sales and administrative expenses 20,000 Fixed lease expenses 10,000 Depreciation 40,000 Operating profit $ 230,000 Interest expense 20,000 Profit before taxes $ 210,000 Taxes (35%) 73,500 Net income $ 136,500 Refer to the tables above. The firm's debt to assets ratio is ____.

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ANSWER: 57.5%

Debt to assets ratio:

= Total Liabilities / Total Assets

Given:

Cash $20,000

Accounts Receivable $80,000

Inventory $50,000

Net Plant and Equipment $250,000

Total Assets: $400,000

Accounts Payable $40,000

Accrued Expenses $60,000

Long Term Debt $130,000

Total Liabilities: $230,000

Computation:

= $230,000 / $400,000

= 57.5%

The interpretation of the figures shown is that 57.5% of the total assets are financed by the creditors of company instead of investors being funded by borrowing compared as how much was funded by the investors.

Generally, 40℅ ratio or lower is considered as a good debt ratio. Above than 60℅ ratio is said as poor ratio, because of the risk that the company will not be able to generate cash flows to finance and pay its debts.

Therefore, TEW Company has a normal and efficient ratio of 57.5% and is able to pay its debts.

COLLEGE

Interest rates on 4-year Treasury securities are currently 6.05%, while 6-year Treasury securities yield 7.6%. If the pure expectations theory is correct, what does the market believe that 2-year securities will be yielding 4 years from now? Calculate the yield using a geometric average. Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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Answer:

2 year yield 4 years from now 37.99%

Explanation:

given data

Interest rates r1 = 6.05% = 0.0605

Interest rates r2 = 7.6% = 0.0760

to find out

2 year  yielding 4 years from now

solution

we find here  2 year securities will be yielding 4 years from now by as

2 year yield 4 years from now = - 1

put here value we get

2 year yield 4 years from now = - 1

2 year yield 4 years from now = 1.379915 - 1

2 year yield 4 years from now = .379915

so 2 year yield 4 years from now 37.99%

COLLEGE

a. MF Corp. has an ROE of 16% and a plowback ratio of 50%. If the coming year's earnings are expected to be $2 per share, at what price will the stock sell? The market capitalization rate is 12%. (Do not round intermediate calculations.)b. What price do you expect MF shares to sell for in 3 years?

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The current share price is the cost of the future shares price in the context of the past prices, growth rate and market capitalization rate.

a. The stock will be sold at $25

b. The expected price in 3years will be $31.49

Computation:

Given,

Return on equity(r) = 0.16  

Plowback ratio(b) = 50% = 0.5  

Earnings per share(EPS) = $2

 

a. The selling price for the stock is the current price of the stock to be sold:

b. The expected price for the MF shares to be sold at the 3rd year is computed as follows:

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Answer:

Return on equity(r) = 0.16

Plowback ratio(b) = 50 = 0.5

Earnings per share(EPS) = $2

D1 = 50% x $2 = $1

Cost of equity(Ke) = 0.12

Growth rate(g) = b x r

                        = 0.5 x 0.16

                        = 0.08 = 8%

Current market price(Po) = D1/Po + g

                                         = $1/0.12 - 0.08

                                        = $25

Market price in 3 years = Po(1+g)n

= $25(1+0.08)3

= $25(1.08)3

= $31.49

Explanation:

In this case, we need to calculate growth rate by multiplying the plowback ratio by return on equity. Then, we will calculate the current market price as shown above. Thereafter, we will subject the current market price to a 3-year growth rate to calculate the market price in 3 year's time

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