BEC 1142016

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  1. If the central bank of a country raises interest rates sharply, the country's currency will most likely-----------------------------.
    If the central bank of a country raises interest rates sharply, the country's currency will most likely increase in relative value.
  2. The higher the perceived risk involved in a particular investment, the greater the return that an investor would demand on that investment; therefore, the higher the --------------------------- used, the lower the present value.
    The higher the perceived risk involved in a particular investment, the greater the return that an investor would demand on that investment; therefore, the higher the discount rate used, the lower the present value.
  3. The higher the ------------------------- involved in a particular investment, the greater the return that an investor would demand on that investment; therefore, the higher the discount rate used, the lower the present value.
    The higher the perceived risk involved in a particular investment, the greater the return that an investor would demand on that investment; therefore, the higher the discount rate used, the lower the present value.
  4. A ----------------------------- is the minimum acceptable rate of return on an investment. It is used to calculate the present value of future cash flows.
    A discount rate is the minimum acceptable rate of return on an investment. It is used to calculate the present value of future cash flows.
  5. A discount rate is the minimum acceptable rate of return on an investment. It is used to calculate the ------------------------ of future cash flows.
    A discount rate is the minimum acceptable rate of return on an investment. It is used to calculate the present value of future cash flows.
  6. --------------------------- are used in net present value and internal rate of return calculations.
    Discount rates are used in net present value and internal rate of return calculations.
  7. Discount rates are used in ----------------------- and internal rate of return calculations.
    Discount rates are used in net present value and internal rate of return calculations.
  8. Discount rates are used in net present value and ---------------------------- of return calculations.
    Discount rates are used in net present value and internal rate of return calculations.
  9. When the economic order quantity (EOQ) model is used for a firm which manufactures its inventory, ordering costs consist primarily of:
    production setup.
  10. Older data is weighted less than newer or more recent data when using the statistical tool known as
    Exponential smoothing
  11. ---------------------------------------- weights current data heavier than older data. It is used to smooth forecast variation.
    Exponential smoothing weights current data heavier than older data. It is used to smooth forecast variation.
  12. Edit checks in a computerized accounting system:
    are preventive controls.
  13. ---------------------------are a type of input (application or procedural) control.
    Edit checks are a type of input (application or procedural) control.
  14. ------------------------- should be performed on transactions prior to updating a master file  to minimize the introduction of error in both the initial recording of data and in the conversion into machine-readable form.
    edit checks should be performed on transactions prior to updating a master file  to minimize the introduction of error in both the initial recording of data and in the conversion into machine-readable form.
  15. -------------------------are accuracy checks performed by an edit program.
    Edit checks are accuracy checks performed by an edit program.
  16. The ----------------------------- considers the size of the original investment and the value of the discounted cash flows.
    The profitability index considers the size of the original investment and the value of the discounted cash flows.
  17. The -----------------------------  is calculated by dividing the present values of the cash flows after the initial investment by that investment.
    The profitability index  is calculated by dividing the present values of the cash flows after the initial investment by that investment.
  18. A firm has just received the proceeds from a $5 million bond issue that is earmarked for plant expansion. Work on the project is not expected to begin for several weeks. The firm will invest the funds in marketable securities. The firm is primarily concerned with ensuring they will receive all the funds they have invested in a timely manner. Thus, they are primarily concerned with the ________ of the securities they purchase.
    marketability and default risk
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