Grade(s) 
10, 11, 12 
Subject(s) 
Arts, Reading

Type of Resource 
Lesson Plan, Assessment, Unit Plan 
File Size 
unknown 
Product Description
Q1. An optimal current ratio should be greater than 1.0.
True
False
Q2. The cost of debt is generally lower than the cost of equity.
True
False
Q3. Which of the following are equivalent under M&M proposition I?
Maximizing firm value and maximizing firm profit
Maximizing firm value and minimizing the cost of capital
Minimizing firm’s cost of capital and minimizing firm’s debt burden
Maximizing profit and minimizing taxes
Q4. In general, an increase in a liability is a source of funds.
True
False
Q5. Which of the following expresses the value of a levered firm (VL) in the Static Tradeoff model of optimal capital structure? [Note: VU denotes the value of the unlevered firm; CFD denotes expected costs of financial distress; and PV denotes present value.]
VL = PV(Tax Shield) – PV(CFD)
VL = VU + PV(Tax Shield) / PV(CFD)
VL = VU + PV(Tax Shield) – PV(CFD)
VL = VU + PV(Tax Shield)
Q6. The beta for the market as a whole equals 1.0.
True
False
Q7. A company’s beta (from the CAPM) is affected by its capital structure.
True
False
Q8. Which of the following are sources of funds in a statement of sources and uses?
I. Collection of accounts receivables
II. Reduction of longterm debt
III. Payment of dividends
IV. Reduction in the cash account
I only
II and III
III and IV
I and IV
Q9. Share repurchases and dividend payouts are most likely to differ in their
effects on a firm’s capital structure
effects on corporate taxes.
effects on corporate cash flow.
effects on shareholders’ personal taxes
Q10. Analysis of a company’s financial statements: Below are simplified versions of the balance sheet and income statement for Toys by Tom, Inc. Use this information to answer the following question.
If sales in 2003 were $10,000, what is the compounded average growth rate?
8.6%
6.7%
6.3%
Not enough information available
Q11. The cost of capital for an allequityfinanced company that pays no dividends is zero.
True
False
Q12. What is the expected return on a risky investment where
the risk free rate is 5.1%;
the investment’s beta is 1.4;
the equity market risk premium is 5.0%; and
the cost of debt is 4.5%.
Ans:
10.8%
9.6%
12.1%
9.2%
Q13. External funding needs are computed as:
Projected total assets – (projected liabilities + projected net worth)
Projected total assets – (actual liabilities + net worth)
Projected current assets – (projected current liabilities + net worth)
None of the above
Q14. Commonsize financial statements are constructed in order to:
Adjust for inflation and risk
Facilitate comparisons of differentsized companies
To comply with SEC requirements
All of the above
Q15. “Real” activities create cash for a business, while “financial” activities distribute cash within the company.
True
False
Q16. A company has net income of $20,000 and a tax rate of 35 percent. Its total debt is $25,000, with principal payments of $5,000 due at the end of each year and an annual interest rate of 8%. What will be the company’s interest tax shield in the upcoming year?
$8750
$700
$9450
$2450
Q17. The Pecking Order Theory of capital structure rests on an assumption of
agency costs.
barriers to entry.
asymmetric information.
tax shields and cost of financial distress.
Q18. Which is a commonly used proxy for the “riskfree rate”?
The average historical interest rate on longterm government bonds
The current market rate interest rate on a governmentinsured savings account
The current yield to maturity on a longterm government bond
The rate of return on a low volatility stock
Q19. The sustainable growth rate is the maximum growth rate achievable over an extended period of time.
True
False
Q20. You are saving money for a down payment on a house. Suppose you want to have total savings of $20,000 in 10 years time and you have currently $5,000. What annual interest rate do you need to earn on your initial investment, assuming you contribute no additional savings?
10.0%
18.5%
12.5%
15.0%
Q21. Which of the following ratios appears on a commonsize balance sheet?
I. Debt to asset ratio
II. Net working capital to total assets
III. Net profit margin
I , II, III
I only
I and III
III only
Q22. An increase in financial leverage generally results in a higher return on equity (ROE).
True
False
Q23. Which of the following is commonly forecasted as a percent of sales:
Common stock
Gross profit
Longterm debt
Revolving credit
Q24. Which of the following actions, all else being equal, will increase the sustainable growth rate?
Increasing asset turnover
Reducing dividend payout
Increasing leverage
All of the above
Q25. A company’s return on assets should be greater than its return on equity.
True
False
Q26. The item that roughly divides “real” from “financial” activities on an income statement is:
EBIT
Interest Expense
SG&A Expense
None of the above
Q27. In the CAPM, what does the parameter beta measure?
Nonsystematic (diversifiable) risk
Systematic (nondiversifiable) risk
Total risk
Riskadjusted stock returns
Q28. The higher the opportunity cost of capital the higher the NPV.
True
False
Q29. What is the present value of a growing perpetuity that makes a payment of $100 in the first year, which thereafter grows at 3% per year? Apply a discount rate of 7%.
$2000
$3500
$2500
$4000
Q30. The owners of a firm facing a high probability of bankruptcy prefer to invest in ____ projects, because ______.
safer; riskier projects make bankruptcy more likely
no new; the firm is likely to go bankrupt anyway
risky; the shareholders have little to lose and might win if successful
risky; creditors prefer taking a gamble rather than having the company default
Q31. GoodTimes, Inc. has asset turnover of 0.5 times, a net profit margin of 10% and average total assets of $100, what is its net income (assuming no unusual items)?
$50
$500
$5
The answer cannot be determined with the information provided.
Q32. Analysis of a company’s financial statements: Below are simplified versions of the balance sheet and income statement for Toys by Tom, Inc. Use this information to answer the following question.
A 15% increase in inventory turns for Toys by Tom, Inc. would bring this ratio to ____, suggesting ________ in ________.
109 days; a deterioration; profitability
3.9 days; a deterioration; profitability
4.8 times; an improvement; efficiency
3.9 times; an improvement; efficiency
Q33. Biases can and should always be eliminated in financial forecasts.
True
False
Q34. The cash conversion cycle is calculated as:
Days in Inventory + Collection Period
Days in Inventory – Payables Period
Days in Inventory + Collection Period – Payables Period
None of the above
Q35. Enterprise Free Cash Flows should include which of the following:
I. Capital expenditures
II. Financing costs
III. Taxes
IV. Working capital requirements
I and IV
I, II and IV
I , III and IV
I, II, III, IV
Q36. Which of the following is correct?
I. Tax shields make debt financing more attractive, all else equal.
II. A firm’s debt ratio falls when it uses excess cash to pay dividends.
III. The cost of equity is low for firms that pay no dividends, all else equal.
IV. Bankruptcy costs decrease the benefits of debt financing all else equal.
I and IV
I, II and IV
I, III and IV
I, II, III and IV
Q37. If you invest $2,000 today for three years at 5% interest paid annually, you will earn a total of $_____ in interest. Assume you reinvest all interest.
205.00
300.00
315.25
500.00
Q38. A share repurchase is financially equivalent to a dividend.
True
False
Q39. A project with an internal rate of return greater than the cost of capital should always be accepted.
True
False
Q40. You are trying to decide whether to accept or reject a oneyear project. The project is estimated to generate $5,000 in incremental gross profit, which includes $200 in depreciation. Incremental SG&A expense is $400. At a 35% tax rate, the aftertax incremental cash flow is:
$2990
$3190
$3250
$3510
Q41. The Pecking Order Theory of capital structure implies a unique optimum capital structure.
True
False
Q42. A perpetuity is a stream of cash flows that lasts forever.
True
False
Q43. Grandma’s Applesauce, Inc. has a 0.60 probability of a good year with operating cash flow of $50,000; and 0.40 probability of a bad year with operating cash flow of $30,000. The company has a debt of $35,000 with 8 percent interest due next year. Assuming the company has no means of servicing its debt other than operations, and a 0% tax rate, which of the following is true?
Shareholders expected claim is $12,200
Creditors expected claim is $37,800
Creditors expected claim is $34,680
None of the above
Q44. What is the risk premium for a stock where
the risk free rate is 5.1%;
the equity market risk premium is 5.0%; and
the beta of the stock is 1.2.
Ans:
11.1%
6.1%
6.0%
12.1%
Q45. A company builds a new plant and finances its construction by issuing stock. Which ratio is least likely to be affected, all else being equal?
Current ratio
Debt to equity ratio
Debt to asset ratio
Net fixed assets to total assets
Q46. A company has net working capital of $0, current liabilities of $25 and total assets equal to $100. What is its current ratio?
0.0
1.0
0.5
4.0
Q47. The Static Tradeoff theory of capital structure implies that firms with higher business risk should have lower leverage.
True
False
Q48. A firm is all equity financed, with 10,000 outstanding shares with a market value of $20 each. Its net income was $30,000, and it decides to pay a cash dividend of $2,000. Calculate the value of each share after the dividend payout.
$22.8
$20.0
$19.8
Not enough information
Q49. The phenomenon of compounding connotes which of the following?
Investment of principal for a prolonged period
Interest earned over a prolonged period
Earning income on previously earned income
Rising interest rates over time
Q50. The cash cycle measures the days required to produce finished goods or delivered services.
True
False
Electronic File Download (Size unknown)
