12\. A corporation enters into a $35 million notional principal interest rate swap. The swap calls for the corporation to pay a fixed rate and receive a floating rate of LIBOR. The payments will be made every 90 days for one year and will be based on the adjustment factor 90/360. The term structure of LIBOR when the swap is initiated is as follows:
a. Determine the fixed rate on the swap.
b. Calculate the first net payment on the swap.
c. Assume that it is now 30 days into the life of the swap. The new term structure of LIBOR is as follows:
Calculate the value of the swap.
12-32 Cost-plus and market-based pricing. Florida Temps, a large labor contractor, supplies contract labor to building-construction companies. For 2012, Florida Temps has budgeted to supply 84,000 hours of contract labor. Its variable costs are $13 per hour, and its fixed costs are $168,000. Roger Mason, the general manager, has proposed a cost-plus approach for pricing labor at full cost plus 20%.
1\. Calculate the price per hour that Florida Temps should charge based on Mason’s proposal.
2\. The marketing manager supplies the following information on demand levels at different prices:
Price per Hour Demand (Hours)
Florida Temps can meet any of these demand levels. Fixed costs will remain unchanged for all the demand levels. On the basis of this additional information, calculate the price per hour that Florida
Temps should charge to maximize operating income.
3\. Comment on your answers to requirements 1 and 2. Why are they the same or different?
If 12,000 units are produced, what is this total amount of manufacturing overhead cost expressed on a per unit basis? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)
Manufacturing Overhead Per Unit?
ezto mheducation com UNCC Canvas Pharmacom Orgsync Hire A Nine Macroecon Book Connect-Accounting ECON2 UNCC Moodle 49er Express Google Net Chapter 2 Pre-LAB 4. If 4,500 Units Are Sold, What Is The Variable I how do you screenshot on a mac Google Search McGraw Connect Di Questions 1 15 (of 15 E Save & Exit Submit IThe following information apples to the questions displayedbelow.] Martinez Company’s relevant range of production is 9,500 units to 14,500 units. When it produces and sells 12,000 units, its unitcosts are as follows: Per Unit $5.90 Direct materials $3.40 Direct labor Variable manufacturing overhead 1,600 $3.90 Fixed manufacturing overhead $2.90 Fixed selling expense $2.20 Fixed administrative expense 1.20 Sales commissions Variable administrative expense $0.45 1. 10.00 points Required information Required: 1. For financial accounting purposes, what is the total amount of product costs incurred to make 12,000 units? Total product cost S 77.600
12\. A fixed income money manager has a bond portfolio with a 70 percent allocation to longterm bonds and a 30 percent allocation to short-term bonds. The portfolio is currently valued at $75 million. The manager wishes to reduce the long-term bonds allocation to 55 percent and increase the short-term bonds allocation to 45 percent for a period of three months. The modified duration of the long-term bonds is 7.5 and of the short-term bonds is 4.5. A bond futures contract that expires in three months is priced at $95,750 and has a modified duration of 6.25. Assume that the modified duration of cash equivalents is 0.25. Also assume that interest rates that drive long-term and short-term bond prices have a yield beta of 1 with respect to interest rates that drive the bond futures market. A. Show how the manager can achieve his goals by using bond futures. Indicate the number of contracts and whether the manager should go long or short. B. After three months, the short-term bonds are down 5.63 percent and long-term bonds are down 9.38 percent. The bond futures price is $88,270. Compare the market value of the portfolio using futures to adjust the allocation with the market value of the same portfolio using direct bond trading to adjust the allocation.
12.In a power plant, pipes transporting superheated vapor are very common. Superheated vapor is flowing at a rate of 0.3 kg/s inside a pipe with 5 cm in diameter and 10 m in length
12) Suppose a consumer’s income increases from $60,000 to $72,000. As a result, the consumer increases her purchases of compact disks (CDs) from 50 CDs to 60 CDs. What is the consumer’s income elasticity of demand for CDs (arc or midpoint formula)? Please explain the steps. A) 2.0 B) 1.5 C) 0.5 D) 1.0
12 Jack is an out-of-work sculptor. He has been looking for a job for the last two years. Unable to find any, he has up his job search. Which of the following is true in this case? OHe is a discouraged worker and will not be included in the calculation of the unemployment rate. OThis is an example of structural unemployment O This is an example of frictional unemployment ?He is a part of the unemployed labor force.
12. The Student Government Association at Middle Carolina University wanted to demon- strate the relationship between the number of beers a student drinks and their blood alcohol content (BAC). A random sample of 18 students participated in a study in which each participating student was randomly assigned a number of 12-ounce cans of beer to drink. Thirty minutes after consuming their assigned number of beers a member of the local sheriff’s office measured their blood alcohol content. The sample information is reported below.
Use a statistical software package to answer the following questions.
a. Develop a scatter diagram for the number of beers consumed and BAC. Comment on the relationship. Does it appear to be strong or weak? Does it appear to be positive or inverse?
b. Determine the correlation coefficient.
c. At the .01 significance level, is it reasonable to conclude that there is a positive rela- tionship in the population between the number of beers consumed and the BAC? What is the _p-_ value?
12\. What is the most common magnetic nanoparticle oxide compound family? What are the variants, and why is it used more commonly than other compounds? 13. Is diffusion of solutes in nano-channels the same as in bulk solvent? Give two mechanisms that can be expected to modify the diffusion coefficient. 14. Can the chemical properties of materials change at the nanoscale? Give an example, and a plausible cause for such a change.