Analyze the following:
- Exercise 1 and from Chapter 11 on page 198 of the textbook.
- Exercise 1 from Chapter 12 on page 213 of the textbook.
The detailed solutions for the exercises above are in the Excel file attached. You will be analyzing each exercise in 300-350 words. Your part in completing the assignment is to demonstrate an understanding and application of the concepts covered. For example, assess the purpose of the calculations and results. How does it help the company’s financial strategy? What changes could be made? Discuss anything else pertinent to the exercise. Integrate 2-3 external references (in addition to the book) to support your thoughts. Format your paper according to APA 7.0. Organize body of paper with level headings. Use template attached for APA guidance.
Analyze the following: Exercise 1 and from Chapter 11 on page 198 of the textbook.Exercise 1 from Chapter 12 on page 213 of the textbook.The detailed solutions for the exercises above are in the Excel
Title of Paper in Bold Centered Student Name Colorado COURSE####: Course Title Instructor Name Due Date Repeat the Title – Level 1 Header Hit the tab key one time to begin the main body of the paper. The paragraphs of the main document are indented. The computer will wrap your text for you based upon the margin settings established by this document template. It is not necessary for you to hit the Enter or return key at the end of a line of text. Only hit the enter key (one time) when you reach the end of a paragraph. Then hit the tab key to indent and then continue typing the paper. In APA, any source that you use in your paper must have an in-text citation. In APA, these citations include the author’s last name and the year of the publication in parentheses (Name, Year). Level 2 Header use: Flush Left, Bold, Title Case Heading Sub-section your essay using sub-headers in the same sequence you introduced your topic in your lead paragraph, your thesis. Level 3 Header use: Flush Left, Bold Italic, Title Case Heading The lengthier or complex your essay, the potential for using additional Level Headers; notice the subtle difference. One tip for any submission, always double-check the font choice is consistent throughout the essay. Conclusion Begin to summarize the main points of your topic in three to five sentences. The conclusion of your paper should re-phrase the points of what your reader should be left remembering, nothing new, concise and to the point. References Lastname, C. (2008). Title of the source without caps except Proper Nouns or: First word after colon. The Journal or Publication Italicized and Capped, Vol#(Issue#), Page numbers.