FN1140 - Introduction to Finance

Overview:
This course develops the concepts for the financial foundation of all upper level finance courses. The course is designed to provide an introductory level of finance concepts and the use in business decisions. In this course the student will explore the importance of finance in business. Topics merchandising, interest calculations, debt amortization, annuities, bonds and sinking funds, foreign currency computations, and capital budgeting. Students will use a financial calculator or spreadsheet to make financial management decisions.

Text:
Jerome, F. E. and Tracy Worswick. Business Mathematics in Canada 8th edition. Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 2014. ISBN- 13: 978-0-07-087620-0

FN1140 - Finance


Introduction to the Course



TIME VALUE OF MONEY - SIMPLE INTEREST
Chapters 6&7 in
Jerome, F. E. and Tracy Worswick.
Business Mathematics in Canada 8th edition.
Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 2014. ISBN- 13: 978-0-07-087620-0

Unit 1 Video 1


Unit 1
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Unit 1
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Unit 1
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COMPOUND INTEREST
Exercise 8.1 Compound Interest



Exercise 8.2 Future Value with Compound Interest







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Exercise 8.3 Present Value with CompoundInterest


Applications - Exercise 8.5 Problems 1, 3, 5, & 7




















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Formula Sheet:







ANSWER KEYS



The Concept of Compound Interest

Calculating Compound Interest
http://math.about.com/od/formulas/a/compound.htm




ANNUITIES



Annuities Handout










EXCEL TEMPLATE FOR ANNUITY CALCULATIONS


Exam #2 Preview Information
This exam is scheduled for FRIDAY, Dec 4


Exam 2 Assignment

Assignment 2

Assignment 2 Answer Key


Final Exam Preview Sheet


Exam
Final Exam Comprehensive Preview & Review
Complete with Sample exam