Principles of Finance (FIN101)
Deadline for students: End of Week 11 (20/11/2021@ 23:59)
Course Name: Principles of Finance
Course Code: FIN101
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Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, First Semester
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Level of Marks:
Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY
This assignment is an individual assignment.
The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via the allocated folder.
Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.
Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented. This also includes filling in your information on the cover page.
Students must mention question numbers clearly in their answers.
Late submitted assignments will NOT be entertained.
Avoid plagiarism; the work should be in your own words; copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).
Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.
Course Learning Outcomes-Covered
CLO2: Apply the concepts of time-value-of-money to determine the valuation of bonds and stocks.
CLO5: Evaluate cost of capital for decisions related to financing the operations of a corporation.
Assignment Questions: (Marks: 05)
Q1. NTL Company is issuing eight-year bonds with a coupon rate of 6.5 percent and semiannual coupon payments. If the current market rate for similar bonds is 8 percent, what will be the bond price? If the company wants to raise $1.25 million, how many bonds does the firm have to sell? 1 mark
Q2. Suppose a 3-year bond with a 6% coupon rate that was purchased for $760 and had a promised yield of 8%. Suppose that interest rates increased, and the price of the bond declined. Displeased, you sold the bond for 798.8 after having owned it for 1 year. What is the realized yield? 1 mark
Q3. Ahmed is interested in purchasing the common stock of Inch, Inc., which is currently priced at $ 40. The company is expected to pay a dividend of $3 next year and to grow at a constant rate of 8 percent. 1 mark
a. What should the market value of the stock be if the required rate of return is 15.75 percent?
b. Is this a good buy? Why or why not?
Q4. Briefly compare the NPV, PI, and IRR criteria. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using each of these methods? 2 marks[supanova_question]
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Take data choose 3 activities write about how it went
Are they atypical or typical for there age and have real references that the professor can open
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I will attach the article as a pdf file. Read the Essay
I will attach the article as a pdf file.
Read the article and summarize what you have learned from the article out loud. Write down what you said. This will be your main outline. Read the article again so that you can begin to figure out the most important details and what you want to present in the paper. Take notes. Write on the article to figure out what’s most important. You do not have to break down the article into sections for your paper. It should flow in paragraph form, but needs to include a summary of the introduction, procedure and
Do not use the names or the title of the article or any extraneous information. For APA format, all that is needed is the last name of the author(s) and year of publication which you are summarizing. There should be no mention of any names or any titles throughout any portion of the paper except the author(s) and year of the article you are summarizing. So, for example, if you are summarizing an article written by Patricia Brooks in 2017, within each paragraph, there should be a citation of (Brooks, 2017). Never use first names or the title of the article. You just need (Brooks, 2017). If you like, you can also use something like: According to Brooks (2017), research on ….has demonstrated….
Every paragraph where you are summarizing your article, the author(s) and year of publication need to be cited. It may seem repetitive, but it is necessary for APA style. YOU ONLY NEED TO CITE THE AUTHOR(S) ONCE PER PARAGRAPH. DO NOT CITE THEM AFTER EVERY SENTENCE. DO NOT ADD MORE THAN ONE CITATION PER PARAGRAPH UNLESS YOU ARE CITING BOTH THE ARTICLE AND THE DSM 5.
No other aspect of APA format is required. Only the citations and reference page.
The paper should be Times New Roman Font, size 12, with 1 inch margins. The paper should also be double spaced, but WITHOUT any extra spaces after a paragraph has ended. The next paragraph should be started by indenting and should follow directly underneath the prior paragraph while still double spacing. Do not include any extra spaces. Do not start the first page of your summary with your name and article name. That information should only be on the title page and should not be included in any aspect of your summary.
When you are writing the paper, write it as if someone is going to be tested on the details of it. Be specific about studies, but again, do not use names of the authors cited in your article. Tell me what the article has taught or explained to you in regards to the research. Go through the article section by section, paragraph by paragraph and pick out the most important aspects of it so that you can tell it to me in your own words.
Do not just summarize the beginning of the article. I must see a summary of the total article so it is your job to figure out what’s most important and how you can get that information across to the reader in 3 pages.
No direct quotations can be used. Everything in your paper must be in your own words. Remember that plagiarism is considered using more than 3 words in a row from a source. Because you are getting this information from the article, even though you aren’t using any quotes, you need to cite the author(s)’ name(s). Because you are only using 1 source, you can put the citation for the author(s) at the end of every paragraph. Every paragraph needs a citation because none of what you are summarizing is your own work. You are paraphrasing someone else’s article and you must give them credit for what you learned from reading the article. So, for every paragraph, you can simply cite (Brooks, 2017). The period always goes after the citation, never before.
So, don’t write a sentence like: The group taking the antidepressants showed a large improvement in their symptoms. (Brooks, 2017).
It should be: The group taking the antidepressants showed a large improvement in their symptoms (Brooks, 2017).[supanova_question]
Follow the directions that I have uploaded in the sources section
Writing Assignment Help Follow the directions that I have uploaded in the sources section
Article 1: FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE RETENTION OF PRINCIPALS IN HIGH-POVERTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS: A MULTIPLE CASE STUDY
Ghent, Elizabeth Leigh Rogers, “Poverty and Education: An Educator’s Perspective” (2020). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2379.
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Provide a synopsis on the role women played in the early churches.
Textbook: The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings, 6th ed.
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For this paper, pick TWO (2) written on-line articles that demonstrate Essay
For this paper, pick TWO (2) written on-line articles that demonstrate examples of different kinds of fallacious or biased arguments. These could be from a newspaper, magazine, blog, or other on-line source. For EACH of these arguments, you must do the following:
(1) Reconstruct the problematic argument, explaining which fallacies/biases are present. You must give a clear explanation of the fallacies/biases in general and as they pertain to the article in question.
(2) Provide a charitable reconstruction of the original argument that eliminates the bad reasoning. That is, try to present a version of the argument that achieves the same conclusion as the original without committing these mistakes. In order to do this, you will need to be a bit creative, and try to come up with premises that you think the author would agree with.
(3) Analyze the new arguments that you have given with a critical eye. Are these revised versions merely valid/strong? Or have you managed to give a sound/cogent reconstruction on behalf of the original author? It is entirely possible that the best you can do is to reconstruct the argument into something with the right structure, but with some false premises.