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12 Practice Finance Multiple Questions
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12 Practice Finance Multiple Questions
I need help on these questions. Please briefly explain how you got the answers. Thanks.

1. The commonly accepted goal of the MNC is to:
A) maximize short?term earnings.
B) maximize shareholder wealth.
C) minimize risk.
D) A and C.
E) maximize international sales.

2. Which of the following theories identifies specialization as a reason for international business?
A) theory of comparative advantage.
B) imperfect markets theory.
C) product cycle theory.
D) none of the above

3. An indirect benefit to the MNC of following a worldwide code of ethics is:
A) it allows them to receive special tax breaks in less developed countries.
B) it puts them at a competitive advantage in foreign markets.
C) the worldwide credibility associated with maintaining such standards can increase global demand for the MNC's products.
D) A and B.

4. Which of the following is an example of direct foreign investment?
A) exporting to a country.
B) establishing licensing arrangements in a country.
C) purchasing existing companies in a country.
D) investing directly (without brokers) in foreign stocks.

5. A high home inflation rate relative to other countries would _______ the home country's current account balance, other things equal. A high growth in the home income level relative to other countries would _______ the home country's current account balance, other things equal.
A) increase; increase
B) increase; decrease
C) decrease; decrease
D) decrease; increase

6. If a country's government imposes a tariff on imported goods, that country's current account balance will likely __________ (assuming no retaliation by other governments).
A) decrease
B) increase
C) remain unaffected
D) either A or C are possible

7. If the home currency begins to appreciate against other currencies, this should ____________ the current account balance, other things equal (assume that substitutes are readily available in the countries, and that the prices charged by firms remain the same).
A) increase
B) have no impact on
C) reduce
D) all of the above are equally possible

8. Graylon, Inc., based in Washington, exports products to a German firm and will receive payment of ?200,000 in three months. On June1, the spot rate of the euro was $1.12, and the 3-month forward rate was $1.10. On June 1, Graylon negotiated a forward contract with a bank to sell ?200,000 forward in three months.The spot rate of the euroon September 1 is $1.15. Graylon will receive $_________ for the euros.

A) 224,000
B) 220,000
C) 200,000
D) 230,000

9. Currency futures contracts sold on an exchange:
A) contain a commitment to the owner, and are standardized.
B) contain a commitment to the owner, and can be tailored to the desire of the owner.
C) contain a right but not a commitment to the owner, and can be tailored to the desire of the owner.
D) contain a right but not a commitment to the owner, and are standardized.

10. Translation exposure reflects:
A) the exposure of a firm's ongoing international transactions to exchange rate fluctuations.
B) the exposure of a firm's local currency value to transactions between foreign exchange traders.
C) the exposure of a firm's financial statements to exchange rate fluctuations.
D) the exposure of a firm's cash flows to exchange rate fluctuations.

11. Which of the following operations benefits from appreciation of the firm's local currency?
A) borrowing in a foreign currency and converting the funds to the local currency prior to the appreciation.
B) receiving earnings dividends from foreign subsidiaries.
C) purchasing supplies locally rather than overseas.
D) exporting to foreign countries.

12. A firm may incorporate a country risk rating into the capital budgeting analysis by:
A) adjusting the NPV upward if the country risk rating has fallen (implying increased risk) below a benchmark level.
B) adjusting the discount rate upward as the country risk rating decreases (implying increased risk).
C) A and B
C) none of the above

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Which statement is incorrect about the classification of amino acids?
a. Alanine and valine are neutral, nonpolar amino acids.
b. Lysine and arginine are basic amino acids.
c. Tryptophan and phenylalanine are aromatic amino acids.
d. Aspartic acid and aspargine are acidic amino acids.

Which of the following amino acids is the least water soluble at pH 7.0?
a. Tryptophan
b. Glutamic acid
c. Cysteine
d. Histidine

Which amino acid would migrate the furthest toward the anode (positive electrode) during paper electrophoresis at pH 7.0?
a. Aspartic acid
b. Alanine
c. Lysin
d. Glutamine

Which of the following functional groups, attached to an inert matrix, could function as a cation exchanger?
a. Diethylaminoethyl-
b. p-aminobenzyl-
c. Carboxymethyl-
d. Trimethylammonium-

Which of the following amino acids would make the best buffer at pH 4.5?
a. Histidine
b. Alanine
c. Glutamine
d. Aspartic acid

Which fact is incorrect about stereoisomers?
a. A diastereomer is a nonsuperimposable non-mirror image.
b. An enantiomer is a nonsuperimposible mirror image.
c. Diastereomers have different melting points.
d. Diastereomers rotate plane polarized light in equal but opposite direction.

Which statement is incorrect about L-isoleucine?
a. Its enantiomer is named O-isoleucine.
b. It contains a total of two asymmetric or chiral carbons.
c. It can also be named as (28, 38)-isoleucine using the (R,8) system.
d. Its diastereomer would be named O-alloisoleucine.

An isoelectric amino acid was dissolved in water and the resulting pH was approximately 7.6. What amino acid would possess this property?
a. Alanine
b. Glutamic acid
c. Histidine
d. Lysine

What volume of NaOH is required to adjust the solution of monosodium aspartate to pH 9.8?
a. 1 ml
b. 2 ml
c. 3 ml
d. 6 ml or more

What volume of 2 N Hel is required to completely titrate the 4 mmol of monosodium aspartate?
a. 2 ml
b. 3ml
c. Aml
d. 6 ml or more

Which statement is correct about the peptide ala-ser?
a. Alanine is at the N-terminal of the peptide.
b. There are a total six atoms that lie in the plane of the peptide bond linking alanine to serine.
c. The alpha-carbon of alanine is sp3 hybridized d All the above are correct statements.

What is the product formed from the acid hydrolysis of a simple amide?
a. Acid & base
b. Aldehyde & alcohol
c. Acid & amine
d. Ester & alcohol

The complete acid hydrolysis of the peptide ala-gln-trp-ser would yield:
a. Ala, gin, trp, ser
b. Ala, glu, ser
c. Ala, glu, trp, ser
d. Ala. ser

Fibrous proteins, such as collagen, have which of the following properties?
a. Highly soluble in water
b. Their hydrophilic residues are directed into the interior of the protein
c. Exhibit enzymatic activity
d. Serve structural roles in the cell

Quaternary structure is associated with:
a. The overall shape of a polypeptide chain
b. The sum of the secondary and tertiary interactions
c. Simple proteins with only one subunit
d. The relative orientation of one polypeptide to another polypeptide in a multi-subunit protein.

The information needed to define the structure of a protein is essentially contained in:
a. Amino acid composition
b. Amino acid sequence
c. Secondary structure
d. Tertiary structure.

Insulin is a polypeptide hormone that contains two short polypeptide chains linked by two interstrand disulfide bonds. The most logical order of events to perform in order to sequence this protein would be:
A: The peptides are reduced with mercaptoethanol.
B: The peptides are sequenced using Edman chemistry .
C: The peptides are separated by chromatography techniques. 0: The peptides are alkylated with iodoacetamide.
a. A, D,C, B b.C,A, 0, B
c. C, B, A, 0
d. A, B, C, 0

Which statement is incorrect about the peptide val-asp-trp-asn-ser?
a. This peptide would show a strong absorption band at 280 nm.
b. Reaction with chymotrypsin would yield two peptides.
c. To synthesize this peptide using the solid phase method of Merrifield, the amino acid directly attached to the resin would be serine.
d. After the second round of Edman chemistry using the reagent PITC, the PTH -amino acid residue released would be PTH-asn.

Which statement is incorrect about the reaction of the peptide ser-Iys-asp-trp-cys-metasn-phe-ala with the following reagents?
a. Reaction with cyanogens bromide would yield two peptides.
b. Reaction with trypsin would result in three peptides. The smallest of three peptides would have the highest pi of the three.
c. Reaciton with chymotrypsin would result in the peptides ser-Iys-asp & try-cys-met-Iysasn-phe-ala .
d. Reaction with chymotrypsin would yield a different set of peptides that overlap those obtained with tryspsin

Determine the amino acid sequence of the following oligopeptide from the experimental data below:
The amino acid composition is found the be ala, Iys, phe, met, cys plus some
decompsition products.
2. The peptide has a molecular weight around 700 Da and absorbs at 280 nm.
3. Treatment with carboxypeptidase results in tryptophan and a peptide.
4. CNBr treatment yields a tetrapeptide and a dipeptide.
5. Trypsine digestion produces an amino acid and a pentapeptide with met on the amino end.
6. Chymotrypsin digestion yields a dipeptide and a tetrapeptide.
a. trp-Iys-met-cys-met-ala
b. Iys-met-cys-phe-ala-trp
c. trp-ala-phe-cys-met-Iys
d. Iys-ala-cys-phe-met -trp

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