Q−1: [8×1 marks] Let                      and    be the propositions: : “Ahmad c

Q−1: [8×1 marks] Let                      and    be the propositions:
: “Ahmad comes to the party”, 
: “Salim comes to the party”, 
: “Khalid comes to the party”, 
: “Bader comes to the party”.
Write the following propositions using    and logical connectives:
a) “Nether Ahmad nor Salim come to the party”.
b) “If Bader comes to the party, then Salim and Khalid come too”.
c) “Khalid comes to the party only if Ahmad and Salim do not come”.
d) “Bader comes to the party if and only if Khalid comes and Ahmad doesn’t come”.
e) “If Bader comes to the party, then, if Khalid doesn’t come then Ahmad comes”.
f) “Khalid comes to the party provided that Bader doesn’t come, but, if Bader comes, then Salim doesn’t come”.
g) “A necessary condition for Ahmad coming to the party is that, if Salim and Khalid aren’t coming, Bader comes”.
h) “Ahmad, Salim and Khalid come to the party if and only if Bader doesn’t come, but, if neither Ahmad nor Salim come, then Bader comes only if Khalid comes”.

Q−1: [8×1 marks] Let                      and    be the propositions: : “Ahmad c

Q−1: [8×1 marks] Let                      and    be the propositions:
: “Ahmad comes to the party”, 
: “Salim comes to the party”, 
: “Khalid comes to the party”, 
: “Bader comes to the party”.
Write the following propositions using    and logical connectives:
a) “Nether Ahmad nor Salim come to the party”.
b) “If Bader comes to the party, then Salim and Khalid come too”.
c) “Khalid comes to the party only if Ahmad and Salim do not come”.
d) “Bader comes to the party if and only if Khalid comes and Ahmad doesn’t come”.
e) “If Bader comes to the party, then, if Khalid doesn’t come then Ahmad comes”.
f) “Khalid comes to the party provided that Bader doesn’t come, but, if Bader comes, then Salim doesn’t come”.
g) “A necessary condition for Ahmad coming to the party is that, if Salim and Khalid aren’t coming, Bader comes”.
h) “Ahmad, Salim and Khalid come to the party if and only if Bader doesn’t come, but, if neither Ahmad nor Salim come, then Bader comes only if Khalid comes”.

Case 4.1 Blending Aviation Gasoline at Jansen Gas, page 214 For the project, you

Case 4.1 Blending Aviation Gasoline at Jansen Gas, page 214
For the project, you will write a proposal for the case study and submit the final product. The final product will be an Excel spreadsheet used to create the model and either a Word document or a Power Point presentation.  The final project will be graded not only on the accuracy of the quantitative solutions, but also the analytical approach used and the presentation of the results.  Keep in mind that this course is designed for individuals interested in Business Management.  As such, the final presentation should be appropriate for a presentation in a professional setting.  It will be necessary to clearly explain the case study and present the results in a professional, yet easily understood manner.
To guide you with the preparation of the your final project (case study) presentation there is a guideline document that will provide further detail relative organization, content, and information flow for your presentation.  Please select the following link (case study) to access this important information.  Be sure to use this information as your guide when writing your presentation.

Assignment Part 1: Write a complete proof for Croom Ch 4.4 #9(b).   Part 2: Next

Assignment
Part 1: Write a complete proof for Croom Ch 4.4 #9(b).  
Part 2: Next, write a complete proof for Croom Ch 4.4 #10.
Use a solid organizational structure:
– State the hypotheses
– State the conclusions
– Clearly and precisely prove the conclusions from the hypotheses
– Results presented earlier in the text may be used and must be clearly documented
A few notes about format: use Microsoft Word; use Equation Editor for all mathematical symbols, e.g. x ∈ X or Cl(A) ⋂ Cl(X-A); and use the fonts Cambria and Cambria Math in size 11 so your typed work is the same font as your equations.

Complete sections: 5.1: Professor’s Video Lecture: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/p

Complete sections:
5.1: Professor’s Video Lecture: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/EnsqSfgRoVnABEIrA7-mDmvb7nfbtz3dpRToRp3stjfNUp8go5iu7E0FUnHgrTQ6Q8_ND4DoyZrsY0U7.nKl534Cv34HiW_c0?startTime=1633281827000&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291
5.2A: Professor’s Video Lecture: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/-plQ0r-gse3Hhg52wYlGebr8iFU3JVbgdtR5wbQF-ZcyKmxcBmXThSiX8pklRqNUnATfnHy3oSbO__LO.onavPJJulU7jnryK?startTime=1633287349000&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291
5.2B: Professor’s Video Lecture: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/pmDmQ-PaejNA9avy0K6-RHlcyyWfwWrFV2zLIjfMgK_AoI9Mk2i-dqCA-ZhsXK4BtMmI5tGgRp2H5H65.418Q0g9kB0mXvJ6c?startTime=1633289842000&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291
5.3: Professor’s Video Lecture:   
Part 1: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/WrzysIcvfy3xoO0GSOuaYnCAGko_396lfI32fhw_TIe5Whl11VLZayXzavzlP8Q1cziER_3RbBNkf1NM.w7eOqUsRWHPUYfw8?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291
Part2 (4 min): https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/HsOaLVN0ZJVDcRF0nTsRv_XpWB4NPq0NbroB_5qZ2wGADnWCchpFGdoAwp79FLdXfV_-w2g8OS8sKc4B.poictNiYxLTaP5PI?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291
5.4: Professor’s Video Lecture: https://cochise.zoom.us/rec/play/_3c86Xz8s4rRLzkQz6p-9zC8rMI5wQDW8LNQxzV3fCnwRAUrk3gZh1ykyv1TTDbZv2PohnBGl3FTj26G.sQn2uzw_xgvn8uZl?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=LywJ2GG3S0aELkWWp3RnDQ.1647575701354.0ebf7b996e7a3dbc82a0ed3e315685d8&_x_zm_rhtaid=291

Last year, Tony had $10,000 to Invest. He Invested some of It In an account that

Last year, Tony had $10,000 to Invest. He Invested some of It In an account that paid 5% simple Interest per year, and he Invested the rest in an account that
pald 9% simple Interest per year. After one year, he received a total of $820 In Interest. How much did he Invest In each account?
Note that the ALES graphing calculator can be used to make computations easler.

How do you ensure quality in health services organizations? What tools might a h

How do you ensure quality in health services organizations? What tools might a health care administration leader use to ensure quality measures are present in a health services organization? As a current or future health care administration leader, your understanding of how to use and implement appropriate tools for quality in your health services organization will be important for the delivery of effective and quality health services.
For this Assignment, review the resources for this week that are specific to supply, demand, equilibrium, break-even analysis, and quality improvement initiatives. Be sure to review the Pay for Performance and CMS Quality Initiative in your course text.
The Assignment: (3–4 pages)
Using Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word, complete problems 1 through 4 on pages 107–108 in the Ross textbook. Show all work. Submit both your Excel and Word files for grading
PLEASE ADDRESS ALL ELEMENTS IN PROBLEMS 1-4
PLEASE DO ALL CALCULATIONS IN EXCEL DOCUMENT AND POST THEM
PLEASE PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL EXECUTIVE WRITEUP OF ALL PROBLEMS IN APA WORD DOCUMENT
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP

eek 7 Discussion 33 unread replies.33 replies. As we near the end of the term, i

eek 7 Discussion
33 unread replies.33 replies.
As we near the end of the term, it is important to acknowledge the ways you obtained support so far this term. In addition, as we discuss the different ways that you were able to work through the material, this may share ideas with others for the remainder of the term. So, for this Discussion, please share the different ways that you found support (technical, education, emotional, etc….) for the course.
Discussion Expectations:  
The minimum requirements for class discussions are to respond directly to the discussion prompt and to respond to at least two other posts, by other students or the instructor, by the end of the week. The discussion will close on the due date and will NOT be reopened for a late submission. 
Submit one main post responding directly to each part of the discussion prompt(s) by Thursday at 11:59 PM ET.
This should be a substantive response (between 75 -150 words minimum) to the topic(s) in your own words, referencing (using APA format) what you have discovered in your required reading and other learning activities.
You may use resources in addition to your textbook that supports your post(s); however, you must mention the source(s) that you used in your post(s) using APA format in-text citations and reference lists. You can review APA formatting here: https://library.an.edu/apastyle  (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) 

Formalities: • You should submit a document in Excel format. • Font: Arial 11 pt

Formalities:
• You should submit a document in Excel format.
• Font: Arial 11 pts.
• Text alignment: Justified.
Submission:  Sunday February 13th.
Weight: This task is a 30% of your total grade for this subject.
This task assesses the following learning outcomes:
• Understand the basic theories of finance and apply these to practical problems.• Understand the goal of the Firm• Understand the different forms of organizations• Analyze series of future cash flows and recommend choices for investment. Net Present value, annuities, perpetuities, loan amortization schedules. 
ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS:
IMPORTANT: SHOW YOUR DETAILED SOLUTIONS FOR EACH QUESTION.
Problems (60 points)
1.  You are thinking about investing your money, and you wonder how much time would you need to quadruple it?
​You don´t know how much money you have, but you know that the interest rate is 9% compounded annually.
2. Delivery ASAP Co. has identified an investment project with the following cash flows. If the discount rate is 10 percent, what is the present value of these cash flows?
Year 0= -1200
Year 1=+500
Year 2= +600
Year 3= +750
Year 4=+400
3. An investment offers 6,900 per year for 18 years, with the first payment occurring one yearfrom now. If the required return is 6 percent, what is the value of the investment?
What would be the value if the first payment take place on day 1?
4. Given an interest rate of 6.1 percent per year, what is  the   value at Period t = 10 of a perpetual stream of 1,500 annual payments that begins at Period t = 21?
5. Your bank offers to lend you €60,000 at a 7% annual interest rate to start your new business. The terms require you to amortize the loan with 3 equal end-of-year payments. 
a) Find an amount of annual payment. 
b) Show the amortization schedule. 
Questions (40 points)
a) What happens to the future value of an annuity if you increase the rate r? What happens to the present value?b) Who owns a Corporation? Describe the process whereby the owners control the firm’s management. What is the main reason that an agency relationship exists in the corporate form of organization? In this context, what kinds of problems can arise?c) Why is the goal of financial management to maximize the current share price of the company’s stock? In other words, why isn’t the goal to maximize the future share price?d) When we talk about the discount rates in a project, what does the discount rate mean? Explain with your own words what is the difference between “hurdle rate” and “opportunity cost of capital”.e) Considering that you have a consol of 1€ with an annual interest rate of 10%, at which price could you sell it today? Would you be able to explain what is the future value of that console?
Rubrics
Descriptor
9-10
The student demonstrates an excellent understanding of the concepts.
8-8.9
The student demonstrates a good understanding of the concepts.
7-7.9
The student demonstrates a fair understanding of the concepts.
6-6.9
The student demonstrates some, but insufficient understanding of the concepts.
3-5.9
The student demonstrates insufficient understanding of the concepts. They may mention some relevant ideas or concepts, although it is clear that the relationship between them is not understood by the student. 
1-2.9
The student demonstrates insufficient understanding of the concepts and does not mention any relevant ideas or concepts.
0
The student leaves the question blank or cheats.

This on-line assessment is part of the OPG hiring process and is not a sole dete

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