1. (TCO 2) Identify the term that describes a command-line interface created on a networking device for the purpose of establishing a Telnet or Secure Shell session. (Points : 5)
2. (TCO 2) Select the application protocol typically not used by end users; instead, the network management software and actual networking devices use it to allow a network engineer to monitor and troubleshoot network problems. (Points : 5)
3. (TCO 1) _____ control(s) which end devices are allowed to communicate on the network. (Points : 5)
1) If you invest $1,000 by buying 100 shares of your stock, after reinvesting dividends all year, your investment has risen to $13.25 (15 Points):
a) What is the % increase in your investment?
b) If you sell your stock at $13.25 per share, how much profit would you realize?
c) Assuming you are paying income taxes at the rate of 27% rate, what is the amount of income tax you will have to pay if you sell your shares,
d) Assuming you pay income taxes at 27%, how much tax you have to pay if you decide not to sell your stock (10 points).
2) George has the following expenses that he wants to include as itemized deductions for the year. His adjusted gross income is $60,000. What is the total itemized deduction he can take? (Show all work, 15 points).
Medical expenses $4,500
Home mortgage interest 8,000
Credit card interest 450
Charitable contributions 1,500
State property taxes 2,400
Job related expenses 1,900
3) Construct a balance sheet from the following information. Be sure the format is correct (Show all work, 15 points).
Cash on hand $ 75
Bank credit card balance 1,200
Utility bill (over due) 100
Auto loan balance 3,500
Primary residence 105,000
Coin collection 2,500
2001 Toyota 7,500
1) You are thinking of retiring. Your retirement plan will pay you either $250,000 immediately on retirement or $350,000 five years after the date of your retirement. Which alternative should you choose if the interest rate is (10 points):
(a) 0% per year,
(b) 8% per year,
(c) 20% per year?
2) Tommy and Amanda Perez are a dual-earner couple with a young son, Bobby. Tommy and Amanda each receive health care coverage for themselves from their respective employers. Their employers pay the premiums for the workers, and coverage for dependents is available if the worker pays the premium cost. They are trying to decide which policy to cover Bobby under for the upcoming year. The following is a brief description of their policies and projected medical expenses for Bobby (20 points).
Tommy’s HMO Coverage
Amanda’s Major Medical Coverage
$50/emergency clinic visit,
$ 0/in-hospital charges
175/20 with a $2,500/year/person cap
Dental and vision
Prescriptions, dental, and vision
Monthly premiums for dependents
Bobby is a healthy 8-year-old who is accident prone. Based on his past medical records, Tommy and Amanda expect the following covered medical costs for the year:
6 trips to the doctor–average cost of $75 per trip
2 trips to the emergency clinic–average cost of $300 per trip
1 broken bone–average cost of in-hospital surgery $1,250
12 prescriptions–average cost of $45 per prescription
What would the combined cost of premiums plus out-of-pocket medical costs be for Bobby under Tommy’s HMO?
What would the combined cost of premiums plus out-of-pocket medical cost be for Bobby under Amanda’s major medical plan?
1. (TCO G) Consider the information for the following four firms.
Firm Cash Debt Equity rD rE τc
Eenie 0 150 150 5% 10% 40%
Meenie 0 250 750 6% 12% 35%
Minie 25 175 325 6% 11% 35%
Moe 50 350 150 7.50% 15% 30%
Which is the weighted average cost of capital for Minie closest to?
2. (TCO D) Which is the standard deviation of the returns on Stock A from 2000 to 2009 closest to?
Year End Stock A Realized Return (R – R) (R – R)2
2000 46.3% 29.85% 0.0891023
2001 26.7% 10.25% 0.0105063
2002 86.9% 70.45% 0.4963203
2003 23.1% 6.65% 0.0044223
2004 0.2% -16.25% 0.0264063
2005 -3.2% -19.65% 0.0386123
2006 -27.0% -43.45% 0.1887903
2007 27.9% 11.45% 0.0131103
2008 -5.1% -21.55% 0.0464403
2009 -11.3% -27.75% 0.0770063
1.Refer to Figure 13-1. After the oil price shock, the economy moves from ___________________ in the SR.
A) A to F
B) A to D
C) A to E
D) A to G
2.Refer to Figure 13-1. After the oil price shock, the economy moves to SR equilibrium where the price level is ___________ than P = 100 and output is _____________ potential
A) lower; at B) lower; above
C) higher; at
D) higher; below
3.Refer to Figure 13-1. After the oil price shock, the economy moves to SR equilibrium. Economists refer to the situation at the new SR equilibrium as:
4.Refer to Figure 13-1. After the oil price shock, the economy moves to SR equilibrium. LR equilibrium is restored by moving from _______________.
A) E to A
B) D to A
C) F to A
D) G to A