
Corporate
Finance
FOMGT 301 Spring 2004
Formulae, Calculators, PDAs and Software










Formulas 
As time allows I will add pages for each of
the following chapters giving the formulae and instructions as to using
them.



Accounting
(Chapter 1)

Time
Value of Money (Chapter 3)

Valuation
of Securities (Chapter 4)

Capital
Budgeting (Chapter 5)

Project
Cashflows (Chapter 6)

Advanced
Capital Budgeting (Chapter 7)











Risk
and Diversification (Chapter 8)

Capital Asset
Pricing Model (Chapter 9)

Options
(Chapter 10)












OWL

If your Algebra is a little shakey and you
would like a refresher. There is a Unit in OWL which will lead
you through the interpretation of the algebraic symbols and notation in
Financial formulae used in this course. Click on the OWL logo =>










Financial Calculators

You should get a Financial Calculator or one
with exponent and natural log keys.
When I looked the UMass store had the HP and Sharp models listed
below. You will be able to use calculators in exams and you will
have the Course Fomulae sheet in exams too.


Around
$31

TI
BAII Plus 
TI Site 
BAII
Manual 

BAII+Tutorial
from Clemson 

Around
$73 
HP
12C

HP
Site

HP
Instructions




Around
$36 
Sharp
EL733A

Sharp
Site














Other Calculators

If you took Calculus at UMass, you may have
this calculator or one like it
already. If your calculator has exponent and natural log keys, it
should be OK... the tutorial at Clemson may help in using such
calculators in Finance



TI83
and 83 Plus 



TI83
Tutorial from Clemson 


TI83
and 83 Plus 



TI83
Tutorial from Florida State University thanks to Angela Ho


PDAs 
PDAs will not be allowed in exams, but if you
already have one and want to use it as a financial calculator, there is
software out there.



Palm OS















Microsoft Office

Florida Gulf Coast
University has this support page for Office 2000






































Calculators







