Figure 2.8 listed situation of the fire in a floor near to the atrium at the beginning of fire. The fire floor has 2 vertical vents open to the atrium and to ambient at outside. The atrium is apen from the top.
At the beginning of fire , the smoke moves to outside and the atrium, and air from ambient and the atrium moves inside the fire floor at the same time from the 2 vents. Figure 2.8 shows the velocity direction at the vents. At the top of the vents, because the smoke in the fire floor is…
America: Riveting Prospects, the article written by Ed Crooks, discusses the issues within the United States lack of exporting goods. He briefly touches on five reasons why our economy is not quick to jump at the opportunity that trade can bring. Here within I will discuss those five areas along with my opinion on international commerce.
1. The United States are not custom to selling internationally.
Mr. Crooks speaks about there only being 1% of goods exported to other countries at the time…
are given by mixtures of probability distributions that account for degrees of intensity in the flow of economic events at different times.
Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this study was to test Linneman’s trade rule and the Sharpe ratio. Researchers were trying to identify whether or not negative residuals on property were the result of undervaluation, causing an opportunity to make extra profits. The rationale of the trade rule suggests property price adjustment is a function of…
The current and quick ratios both increase. |
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4 out of 4 points
| If a bank loan officer were considering a company's request for a loan, which of the following statements would you consider to be CORRECT?Answer | | | |
| Selected Answer: | Other things held constant, the lower the debt ratio, the lower the interest rate the bank would charge the firm. |
Correct Answer: | Other things held constant, the lower the debt ratio, the lower the…
Watson is quick to point out the increase in sales over the last three years as indicated in the income statement, Exhibit 1. The annual growth rate is 20 percent. A balance sheet for a similar time period is shown in Exhibit 2, and selected industry ratios are presented in Exhibit 3. Note the industry growth rate in sales is only approximately 10 percent per year. There was a steady real growth of 2 to 3 percent in gross domestic product during the period under study. The rate of inflation was…
The return increased from 52.91% (2005) to 65.85% (2006) – a rise of 24.5% but decreased to 51.52% (2007) – a fall of 21.77%. As a rule of thumb, any ratio greater than 50% is good. Therefore, taking ROCE of FY 2007 in isolation, 51.52% represents a very good return on capital. However, ROCE has shown a declining performance as compared to previous years. The reason is the inability of the company to…
business risk. Third, the company has over 1500 products and each has different revenue streams, this diversification also decreases the variability of revenue to the corporation. They also finance most of its growth internally, keeping debt-to-capital ratio pretty…
The above figure represents the percentage of three elements that effect both Red and Blue Ocean strategies. These elements are business lunches in the new market and existing industry, the revenue impact and how this revenue generated in each ocean; last element is the profit generation. In addition, it seems that the profit gained from the blue ocean which is (61%) is greater than (39%) for the red ocean. However, there are many industry prefer to establish industry using red ocean (86%) as it…
a) Tax consideration: In present scenario, ICI is a subsidiary of a stable and established firm and is in a good state with sufficient revenue generation. It has current debt ratio of 40%. ICI would want to leverage the low debt ratio of Nero for further growth and expansion. This merger can also be used as a way of tax benefits for excess cash flows. Acquisition of a loss making firm can be used to save tax on the acquiring firm’s income.
b) Diversification: Although diversification…
Wal-Mart had a high market share but has now decreased for three years.
The graph we found including
(1) Timeline of the company and its impact on the supply chain.
(2) A view of a variety of numbers related to the company
And we expect this following situation
(1) The larger share Wal-Mart’s has of its vendors' business, the more it will push their supply chains
(2) As Wal-Mart expands, if other retailers might real dangerous?
(3) At what point, does Wal-Mart simply become too large?