## CHECK THESE SAMPLES OF Finance Calculation

...?Perfect Competition Question One MC = 3 + 6Q + 3Q2 Part (a) At the profit maximisation level, P = MC = $48: 48 = 3 + 6Q + 3Q2 Q2 + 2Q – 15 = 0 The roots of the equation are: Q = 3 and Q = -5 Since Q = -5 is not physically possible, so Q = 3. ? Profit is maximised when output level is 3 units. Part (b) TC = ?MC = ?(3 + 6Q + 3Q2) = 3Q + 3Q2 + Q3 + c At a production level of Q = 0, the cost of capital remains $3: 3 = 3(0) + 3(0)2 + (0)3 + c c = 3 ? TC = 3 + 3Q + 3Q2 + Q3 Part (c) At Q = 3: TC = 3 + 3(3) + 3(3)2 + (3)3 = $66 Part (d) Tr = p (q) at P = $48 and q = 3: = $144 Part (e) Profit = TR – Tc = 144 – 66 = $78 Part (f) atc = tc / q = (3 + 3Q + 3Q2 + Q3) / Q ATC’ = (3Q2 + 6Q + 3) / 3 – (Q3 + 3Q2 + 3Q + 3) / Q2 ATC’’ = (6Q + 6... Competition...

5 Pages(1250 words)Assignment

...? **Finance** and Accounting **Calculation** report Executive Summary A-Cap Resources Limited The company A-Cap Resources has suffered from huge amount of losses in the 2012, though less as compared to 2011. Though the revenue from sales earned by the company in 2012 was less than 2011 because of the decrease in spot prices of uranium in 2011, yet the company was able to reduce the losses incurred in 2012 as compared to 2011 because of the Letlhakane Uranium Project which grew by 90 million pounds in 2011. The profitability and the liquidity position of the company has deteriorated due to the losses, but the company was able to implement a proper strategy which led to the decrease in total liabilities and the...

12 Pages(3000 words)Book Report/Review

...______________________ Deliverable Length page Details: Use the following data to answer questions 3 (be sure to provide all **calculations**).
1. **Calculate** real GDP for 2004 and 2005 using 2004 prices. By what percent did real GDP grow
2. **Calculate** the value of the price index for GDP for 2005 using 2004 as the base year. By what percent did prices increase
3. Now **calculate** real GDP for 2004 and 2005 using 2005 prices. By what percent did real GDP grow
4. Review the GDP information for the past few years from the Bureau of Economic Analysis's Website. Provide a brief summary of the GDP trends over that timeframe and discuss two or three events which may have caused these...

3 Pages(750 words)Essay

...Running Head: Voyage **Calculations** Voyage **Calculations** Southampton Solent
Table of contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 2
I. Aim & Objectives .............................................................................................................. 2
II. **Calculation** Methodology .................................................................................................. 2
**Calculations** .............................................................................................................................. 3
I. Maximum Coal Capacity... ...

5 Pages(1250 words)Research Paper

...ACCOUNTING AND **FINANCE** 2005 Accounting and **Finance** Introduction Planning for a new business or expansion of a business today is never again a simple task. Globalization had caused factors that are previously 'foreign' to local business, becomes more and more influencing. Local producers cannot relax and keep producing mediocre quality products as foreign competitors entering the local market. The furniture industry for example, has become an international business rather than local. Local furniture producers in a country as far as Jamaica are threatened by the presence of US competitors ('Globalization and', 2003).
The global environment has made planning a more complicated task as non-financial...

10 Pages(2500 words)Essay

...Question 2 Material Price Variance = (actual quantity*actual price) - (actual quantity*standard price) = (2568000 ounces * $0.02) - (2568000 ounces*$0.025)
= 51360-64200
= -12840
Materials Quantity Variance = (actual quantity*standard price) - (standard quantity*standard price)
= (2568000 ounces*$0.025) - (2560000 ounces*0.025)
= 64200 - 64000
= 200
2. Labor Rate Variance = (actual quantity labor hours*actual rate for direct labor) - (actual quantity labor hours*standard rate for direct labor)
= (1000 hours*$9.50) - (1000 hours*$9.00)
= 9500 - 9000
= 500
Labor Efficiency Variance = (actual quantity of labor hours*standard rate for direct labor) - (standard quantity of labor hours*standard rate... 2...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...Management Accounting What is the contribution margin per unit for a box of peanut fudge What is the contribution margin ratio A. Contribution Margin = Selling Price - Direct Cost
Brittle, Inc.'s direct costs are:
Peanuts $0.70
Sugar $0.35
Butter $1.85
Other ingredients $0.34
Box, packing material $0.76
Selling commission $0.20
Total Direct Costs = $0.70 + $0.35 + $1.85 + $0.34 + $0.76 + $0.20
= $4.2
Contribution Margin = $5.60 - $4.2
= $1.40
B. Contribution Margin Ratio = Contribution Margin/Selling Price
=$1.40/$5.60
= 0.25
2. How many boxes must be sold to break even What is the break-even sales revenue
Fixed Costs = Fixed Overhead + Fixed Selling and Administrative Costs
= $32, 300 + $12... Accounting ...

2 Pages(500 words)Essay

...Managing Capital Markets and **finance**/ **Calculation** Normally when the fed increases the money supply, they buy the securities in the open market to increase the reserves of private banks. Private Banks with increased reserves at their disposal can easily lend this money to borrowers at lower interest rates. Hence when the fed increases money supply, interest rates are expected to go down.
2. The relationship between the expected inflation and nominal interest rates is:
Nominal interest rate = Real interest rate + Expected Inflation
The logic behind this equation is that if the lenders do not charge premium for the expected inflation they might actually be giving the borrower cost of using lender’s money...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

... Q1. The beam in Figure Q1 has two supports; a fixed end at joint “A” and a roller support at point “C”. The beam carries a lump mass of 100 kg at the end B (ignore the self-mass of the beam) and the beams are made of rectangular profiles of size (10 cm × 10 cm). The two beam elements “AC” and “CB” have equal values of length L, elastic modulus of E (i.e. LAC = LCB; EAC = ECB); however each student has a unique set of values for E and L provided in the Table Q1. Given the above information you need to carry out the following. Please note that if your model does not conform to your individual values, you will receive zero marks for this part of the submission.
a) Determine the natural frequency of the beam using hand **calculations**... . The...

4 Pages(1000 words)Essay

...=
Investment Required to purchase the ATM- Amount Received by Selling Old ATM (1-Marginal Tax Rate)
The bank will receive the current market price by selling old ATM machine, which is $200,000. The amount received is subject to marginal tax rate of 40%. Therefore, the amount received from selling the old ATM machine is reduced by 40%. On the other hand the gross outflow required for the installation of new ATM machine is $1,000,000. Therefore, the after tax selling price of the old ATM machine will be subtracted from the price paid for new ATM machine. The **calculations** are...

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