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Course: MEEN 222, Spring 2012
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20 CHAPTER MAGNETIC PROPERTIES PROBLEM SOLUTIONS Basic Concepts 20.1 A coil of wire 0.20 m long and having 200 turns carries a current of 10 A. (a) What is the magnitude of the magnetic field strength H? (b) Compute the flux density B if the coil is in a vacuum. (c) Compute the flux density inside a bar of titanium that is positioned within the coil. The susceptibility for titanium is found in Table 20.2. (d)...

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CHAPTER 21 OPTICAL PROPERTIESElectromagnetic Radiation21.1 Visible light having a wavelength of 6 10-7 m appears orange. Compute the frequency and energy of a photon of this light. Solution In order to compute the frequency of a photon of orange light,
Texas A&M - MEEN - 222
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McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,CostAccounting:InformationforDecisionMakersChapter1McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Describethewaymanagersuseaccountinginformationtocreatev
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Cost Concepts and BehaviorChapter 2McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives1. Explain the basic concept of cost.2. Explain how costs are presented in financial statements3. Explain the process of cost allocation
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Fundamentals ofCost-Volume-Profit AnalysisChapter 3McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Usecostvolumeprofit(CVP)analysistoanalyzedecisions.2. Understandtheeffectofcoststructureondecisions.3. UseMicrosoft
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Fundamentals of Cost Analysisfor Decision MakingChapter 4McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Usedifferentialanalysistoanalyzedecisions.2. Understandhowtoapplydifferentialanalysistopricingdecisions.3. U
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Cost EstimationChapter 5McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:2.3.4.5.1. Understand the reasons for estimating fixed andvariable costs.Estimate costs using engineering estimates.Estimate costs using acco
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Fundamentals of Product&amp; Service CostingChapter 6McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Explain the fundamental themes underlying the designof cost systems.2. Explain how cost allocation is used in a cost
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Job CostingChapter 7McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Explain what job and job shop means.2. Assign costs in a job cost system.3. Account for overhead using predetermined rates.4. Apply job costing me
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Process CostingChapter 8McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Explain the concept and purpose of equivalent units.2. Assign costs to products using a five-step process.3. Assign costs to products using wei
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Activity-Based CostingChapter 9McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Understand the potential effects of using reported product costs fordecision making.2. Explain how a two stage product costing system wo
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Fundamentals of Cost ManagementChapter 10McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Explain the concept of activity-based cost management.2. Use the hierarchy of costs to manage costs.3. Describe how the action
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Service Department and Joint CostAllocationChapter 11McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies,Learning Objectives:1. Explain why service costs are allocated.2. Allocate service department costs using the direct method.3. Allocate
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Accounting Information Systems: EssentialConcepts and ApplicationsConceptsFourth Edition by Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, and WongFourthOn-WingChapter 3: AIS EnhancementsThrough Information Technologyand NetworksSlides Authored by SomnathFlorida Atl
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Accounting Information Systems: EssentialConcepts and ApplicationsConceptsFourth Edition by Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, and WongFourthOn-WingChapter 4: Data ManagementSlides Authored by SomnathFlorida Atlantic UniversityBhattacharya, Ph.D.Data Da
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Accounting Information Systems: EssentialConcepts and ApplicationsConceptsFourth Edition by Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, and WongFourthOn-WingChapter 5: Computer-BasedTransaction ProcessingSlides Authored by SomnathFlorida Atlantic UniversityBhatta
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Accounting Information Systems: EssentialConcepts and ApplicationsConceptsFourth Edition by Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, and WongFourthOn-WingChapter 7: Risk Exposures and theInternal Control StructureSlides Authored by SomnathFlorida Atlantic Unive
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Accounting Information Systems: EssentialConcepts and ApplicationsConceptsFourth Edition by Wilkinson, Cerullo, Raval, and WongFourthOn-WingChapter 8: General Controls andApplication ControlsSlides Authored by SomnathFlorida Atlantic UniversityBh
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ACCOUNTING THEORY:TEXT AND READINGSRICHARD G. SCHROEDERMYRTLE CLARKJACK CATHEYCHAPTER 1THE DEVELOPMENTOF ACCOUNTINGTHEORYIntroductionWhat is theory?Webster defines theory as:Systematically organized knowledge, applicable in a relativelywide v
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Chapter 2The Pursuit of theConceptualFrameworkIntroductionWhat is the conceptual framework?The Early TheoristsPaton and CanningDR Scott and his conceptualframeworkEarly Authoritative and Semi-authoritativeOrganizational Attempts to Develop the
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CHAPTER 3INTERNATIONALACCOUNTINGInternational Accounting StandardsFinancial accounting is influencedby the environment in which it operatesCompanies develop financial reports directed attheir primary users Previously most were residents of the sam
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Chapter 4Research Methodology AndTheories On The Uses OfAccounting InformationIntroductionTo have a science is to have a recognized domain and aset of phenomena in that domainTheory describes the underlying reality of that domainthrough input (obs
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CHAPTER 5INCOME CONCEPTSThe Purpose of IncomeReportingIncome is used1 as the basis of one of the principal forms of taxation.2 in public reports as a measure of the success of acorporations operations.3 as a criterion for the determination of the
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CHAPTER 6 Part 1THEINCOMESTATEMENTIntroductionVarious groups are affected by, and have a stake in, thefinancial reporting requirements of the FASB and the SECIntroductionInvestors in equity securities are the central focus ofthe financial reporti
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CHAPTER 6 Part 2THEINCOMESTATEMENTSFAS No 130 - ReportingComprehensive IncomeOriginal issues:1. Should comprehensive income be reported?2. Should cumulative accounting adjustments be included incomprehensive income?3. How should the components o
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CHAPTER 7FINANCIAL STATEMENTS II:nceBala tSheeStatemof C entashFlowsIntroductionFinancial reports can be divided intotwo categories1. Results of the flows of resources over time (flows)2. The status of resources at a point in time (stocks)
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CHAPTER 8WORKINGCAPITALWorking CapitalNet short-term investment needed to carry onday-to-day activitiesComputedMinusCurrent AssetsCurrent LiabilitiesWorking Capital Issues1. Inconsistencies in the measurementsof its components2. Differences o
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CHAPTER 9LONG TERM ASSETS I:PROPERTY, PLANT ANDEQUIPMENTProperty, Plant, and EquipmentRepresent a majorsource of futureservice potentialValuation is importantbecauseindication of physicalresources available tothe firmand may give someindicat
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CHAPTER 10LONG-TERM ASSETS II:INVESTMENTS AND INTANGIBLESIntroductionReasons for making long-terminvestments in corporate securitiesClassification as long-termis based on the concept ofmanagerial intentIntangiblesInvestments in EquitySecurities
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CHAPTER 11LONG-TERMLIABILITIESIntroductionThe importance of long-term debtanalysisDebtEquityTheories of LiabilitiesEntity theory:AssetsEquitiesProprietary theory:AssetsLiabilitiesCurrent GAAP:APB Statement No. 4SFAC No. 6EquitiesRecogni
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CHAPTER 12ACCOUNTING FORINCOME TAXESIntroductionIncome taxes are anexpenseConsistent withthe proprietary theorydefinition of comprehensive incomeAccounting for income taxes is acontroversial issueHistorical PerspectiveIncome taxes first became
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CHAPTER 13LEASESIntroductionProperty rights are acquired by thepurchase of assetsRights to use property are acquiredby leasesSome leases allow lessees to useoff-balance sheet financing ofassetsAdvantages of Leasing100 percent financingProtecti
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CHAPTER 14PENSIONS AND OTHERPOSTRETIREMENTBENEFITSAccounting for the Cost ofPension PlansTypes of plansDefined contributionDefined benefitActuarial funding methods fordefined benefit plansCost approachBenefit approach1 Accumulated benefits ap
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CHAPTER 15EQUITYIntroductionEquity is risk capitalno guaranteed returnno repayment of theinvestmentThe mix of debt andequity is called acompanys capitalstructureTheories of EquityProprietaryEntityFundCommanderEnterpriseResidual equityDis
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CHAPTER 16ACCOUNTING FORMULTIPLE ENTITIESIntroductionBusinesses find it useful tocombine operations forefficiencies of scaleAccounting issues formultiple entities:Business combinationsConsolidations and segment reportingForeign currency transla
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CHAPTER 17FINANCIAL REPORTINGDISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTSANDETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIESFinancial Statement DisclosureChapter focuses onthe special importanceof disclosure infinancial reporting.Disclosurerequirements issuedby:1. FASB2. SECSFAC No. 5
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