Southwest Rafters Case 2:Case 1: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows and Capital Budgeting Techniques Create a data sheet (or section) and link calculations to the data so that if the data is updated the calculations automatically update. 1) Calculate the Initial Cash Outlay and Annual Capital Budgeting Cash Flow for years 1 thru 5 for both alternatives. 2) Discuss the ethical implications of this business. Might there be a difference between these two alternatives? 3) Calculate the Payback Period, Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return for both alternatives based on your Initial Cash Outlay and Capital Budgeting Cash Flows. 4) Calculate NPV and IRR if cash flows increase at an estimated 6% annual rate. 5) What discount rate would leave them indifferent between the two alternatives? 6) What does the discount rate in #5 imply about the growth rate needed to make the Buenaventura better than the Green? 7) What is the probability of negative NPV both in the case of perfect serial correlation and in the case of independence of cash flows for both alternatives? Assume no growth and a $5,000 standard deviation of annual cash flow for both alternatives. 8) Calculate Accounting (Profit) and Cash Breakeven Points (average number of clients per trip) and the Degree of Operating Leverage for both alternatives for year 1. Treat all revenue as variable. Treat all expenses as fixed except the client portion of transportation and food and the administrative cost. Include externalities. If you spreadsheet is functional BEP is easy! 9) Could either alternative have Multiple Internal Rates of Return? Explain 10) Discuss the option values associated with these alternatives. Is there a difference between them? 11) Which alternative do you recommend for Southwest Rafters? Defend your choice using the results from the other questions. Assume that the assumptions are reasonable.

Southwest Rafters Case 2:Case 1: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows and Capital Budgeting Techniques Create a data sheet (or section) and link calculations to the data so that if the data is updated the calculations automatically update. 1) Calculate the Initial Cash Outlay and Annual Capital Budgeting Cash Flow for years 1 thru 5 for both alternatives. 2) Discuss the ethical implications of this business. Might there be a difference between these two alternatives? 3) Calculate the Payback Period, Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return for both alternatives based on your Initial Cash Outlay and Capital Budgeting Cash Flows. 4) Calculate NPV and IRR if cash flows increase at an estimated 6% annual rate. 5) What discount rate would leave them indifferent between the two alternatives? 6) What does the discount rate in #5 imply about the growth rate needed to make the Buenaventura better than the Green? 7) What is the probability of negative NPV both in the case of perfect serial correlation and in the case of independence of cash flows for both alternatives? Assume no growth and a $5,000 standard deviation of annual cash flow for both alternatives. 8) Calculate Accounting (Profit) and Cash Breakeven Points (average number of clients per trip) and the Degree of Operating Leverage for both alternatives for year 1. Treat all revenue as variable. Treat all expenses as fixed except the client portion of transportation and food and the administrative cost. Include externalities. If you spreadsheet is functional BEP is easy! 9) Could either alternative have Multiple Internal Rates of Return? Explain 10) Discuss the option values associated with these alternatives. Is there a difference between them? 11) Which alternative do you recommend for Southwest Rafters? Defend your choice using the results from the other questions. Assume that the assumptions are reasonable.

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Which sequence correctly illustrates the most plausible food chain? Select one: algae, insect larvae, fish, humans algae, fish, insect larvae, humans insect larvae, algae, fish, humans fish, insect larvae, algae, humans humans, fish, insect larvae, algae

Which sequence correctly illustrates the most plausible food chain? Select one: algae, insect larvae, fish, humans algae, fish, insect larvae, humans insect larvae, algae, fish, humans fish, insect larvae, algae, humans humans, fish, insect larvae, algae

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The waggle dance helps bees Select one: feed their offspring when they are hungry. learn to hum the right tune. perfect the avoidance response. communicate the location of food. sound the alarm to protect the hive when it is invaded. Feedback

The waggle dance helps bees Select one: feed their offspring when they are hungry. learn to hum the right tune. perfect the avoidance response. communicate the location of food. sound the alarm to protect the hive when it is invaded. Feedback

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3-4 pages typed, double spaced, 12 pt. font, and proper spelling/grammar. Plagiarism will immediately be reported and result in an E grade for the course. Hard copy to be turned in on the last day of class. Describe how Gastrodiplomacy might help countries like Thailand, Korea, India, China, the U.S. and others strategically help trade, foreign relations, and human rights advance globally. Explain how you are participating in Gastrodiplomacy through weekly food selection. Examples could include but aren’t limited to – types of foods you purchase and eat, restaurants you patronize, cookbooks you purchase, food blogs you subscribe to, and ingredients you select. Thoroughly describe at least 3 ways you participate in Gastrodiplomacy. Describe how this class (lecture or lab) has increased your understanding of at least 3 specific aspects of food culture. Describe the importance and significance of these things within their specific region or within your own day to day life. Explain how NUTR 3620 has increased your understanding of global issues as well as your understanding of individuals within those cultures.

3-4 pages typed, double spaced, 12 pt. font, and proper spelling/grammar. Plagiarism will immediately be reported and result in an E grade for the course. Hard copy to be turned in on the last day of class. Describe how Gastrodiplomacy might help countries like Thailand, Korea, India, China, the U.S. and others strategically help trade, foreign relations, and human rights advance globally. Explain how you are participating in Gastrodiplomacy through weekly food selection. Examples could include but aren’t limited to – types of foods you purchase and eat, restaurants you patronize, cookbooks you purchase, food blogs you subscribe to, and ingredients you select. Thoroughly describe at least 3 ways you participate in Gastrodiplomacy. Describe how this class (lecture or lab) has increased your understanding of at least 3 specific aspects of food culture. Describe the importance and significance of these things within their specific region or within your own day to day life. Explain how NUTR 3620 has increased your understanding of global issues as well as your understanding of individuals within those cultures.

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Which of the following is not true of the tongue? Select one: The tongue functions to mix food with saliva and assist in swallowing. A person’s tongue is moved by external muscles. The tongue consists of skeletal muscle under voluntary control. The tongue is attached to the floor of the mouth. The tongue secretes salivary amylase.

Which of the following is not true of the tongue? Select one: The tongue functions to mix food with saliva and assist in swallowing. A person’s tongue is moved by external muscles. The tongue consists of skeletal muscle under voluntary control. The tongue is attached to the floor of the mouth. The tongue secretes salivary amylase.

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Members of the kingdom Animalia can obtain their food by eating other organisms. can obtain their food either by absorption or by photosynthesis. are composed of cells that lack a cell membrane. make their own food through photosynthesis

Members of the kingdom Animalia can obtain their food by eating other organisms. can obtain their food either by absorption or by photosynthesis. are composed of cells that lack a cell membrane. make their own food through photosynthesis

can obtain their food by eating other organisms
5) _____ The walls of a food storage facility refrigerator are made of a 2-cm-thick layer of wood (k=0.1 W/m-K) in contact with a 5-cm-thick of polyurethane foam (k= 0.03 W/m-K). If the temperature of the inner surface of the wood is -10 °C and the temperature of the outer surface of the polyurethane foam is 20 °C, the temperature where the two layers are in contact is: a) 11°C b) 8 °C c) 3°C d) -2°C e) -7°C

5) _____ The walls of a food storage facility refrigerator are made of a 2-cm-thick layer of wood (k=0.1 W/m-K) in contact with a 5-cm-thick of polyurethane foam (k= 0.03 W/m-K). If the temperature of the inner surface of the wood is -10 °C and the temperature of the outer surface of the polyurethane foam is 20 °C, the temperature where the two layers are in contact is: a) 11°C b) 8 °C c) 3°C d) -2°C e) -7°C

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IT 7358 – Human interface Technology Assignment 3 – Observation Exercise The purpose of this exercise is for you to begin learning how to make and record observations of people involved in an activity of some kind. To do this project you will need a pad of paper, a notebook or something else to write on, and a pen or pencil. To begin this exercise, you will be making an observation in a public space. Specifically, you will be observing a cafeteria setting, such as found in the basement of the IU main library, dorm cafeteria, Union cafeteria etc. Choose a time during which there is a good amount of activity. Be aware that too little activity will not give you enough data to work with, and might make people feel like they’re being watched. Once you have chosen the position from which you will make your observations, go through the following steps: • Record the date, day of week, time of day, weather, and other factors you think may have some bearing on what you are observing. • Describe the setting. Note features of the physical environment that seem to be significant. Write a brief and general description of what’s going on. This is mainly for background and context. • Also record your reactions and thoughts about what is going on, but you should keep these reactions distinct from description – perhaps in the margins, or on the back of the page. • Describe in detail the activity you are observing. At this point, you should strive for your description to be concrete, specific, and chronological. For example, it is better to record, “Six people standing single file in line, holding trays horizontal at waist height, advancing several steps in cascading fashion when the cashier says ‘next.’ On each tray is…” instead of “people waiting in line to pay for their food.” Your guiding question right now is ‘What’s going on here?’ Your notes for this part of the exercise should be event-by-event narrative, not generalizations. • Separately (again, in the margins or somewhere else) record the perceptions, motives, and values of the people you are watching. As you observe, begin to focus on something that seems interesting to you, such as a pattern that emerges or a particular aspect of what you are observing. Stop when you’ve done roughly 20 minutes of detailed go back over your notes and fill in any important but missing details from memory, adding questions that came up for you as you were observing, and ideas you could investigate in the future if you were going to do further study. You can also begin adding any of your own interpretations of what you observed.

IT 7358 – Human interface Technology Assignment 3 – Observation Exercise The purpose of this exercise is for you to begin learning how to make and record observations of people involved in an activity of some kind. To do this project you will need a pad of paper, a notebook or something else to write on, and a pen or pencil. To begin this exercise, you will be making an observation in a public space. Specifically, you will be observing a cafeteria setting, such as found in the basement of the IU main library, dorm cafeteria, Union cafeteria etc. Choose a time during which there is a good amount of activity. Be aware that too little activity will not give you enough data to work with, and might make people feel like they’re being watched. Once you have chosen the position from which you will make your observations, go through the following steps: • Record the date, day of week, time of day, weather, and other factors you think may have some bearing on what you are observing. • Describe the setting. Note features of the physical environment that seem to be significant. Write a brief and general description of what’s going on. This is mainly for background and context. • Also record your reactions and thoughts about what is going on, but you should keep these reactions distinct from description – perhaps in the margins, or on the back of the page. • Describe in detail the activity you are observing. At this point, you should strive for your description to be concrete, specific, and chronological. For example, it is better to record, “Six people standing single file in line, holding trays horizontal at waist height, advancing several steps in cascading fashion when the cashier says ‘next.’ On each tray is…” instead of “people waiting in line to pay for their food.” Your guiding question right now is ‘What’s going on here?’ Your notes for this part of the exercise should be event-by-event narrative, not generalizations. • Separately (again, in the margins or somewhere else) record the perceptions, motives, and values of the people you are watching. As you observe, begin to focus on something that seems interesting to you, such as a pattern that emerges or a particular aspect of what you are observing. Stop when you’ve done roughly 20 minutes of detailed go back over your notes and fill in any important but missing details from memory, adding questions that came up for you as you were observing, and ideas you could investigate in the future if you were going to do further study. You can also begin adding any of your own interpretations of what you observed.

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