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York University - ADMS - 2000
York University - ADMS - 2000
York University - ADMS - 2000
AK/ADMS 3330.3.0MIDTERM EXAMINATION1 of 4WINTER 2011_Question 1 (22 marks)A commercial pool management company is seeking to reduce the costs of maintainingswimming pools. The maintenance cost is mostly driven by the amount of chlorine that isneed
York University - ADMS - 2000
AK/ADMS 3330 3.0FINAL EXAMINATIONWINTER 2006Multiple choice is not included.Question 1 (20 marks)For the following linear programming problem:Maxs.t.-X + 2Y6X 2 Y 3-2X + 3Y 6X+Y38X 4 Y 5X, Y 0a) Solve the LP Model using the graphical method.
York University - ADMS - 2000
AK/ADMS 3330 - M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, UQuantitative Methods II - Winter 2005MIDTERM EXAMINATIONFebruary 26th 2005Prof. M. RochonProf. M. KarakulProf. A. MarshallSection S Section R Section MTime Allowed: 3 hoursSection U Section P Section N Se
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York UniversityAtkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional StudiesFINANCEAK/ADMS 3530.03COMMON MIDTERM EXAMINATIONSaturday, October 23, 20046:00 - 9:00 p.m.Answers provided at the end of paper.Question 1 (15 marks)(a)John and Teresa have decide
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AK/ADMS 3530.03 Finance Final Exam Summer 2006Solutions provided at the end of the paper.1. You are expected to pay \$1,883.33 per month on a one-year loan with a principal of \$20,000. What is the EAR of this loan? A) B) C) D) 13.00% 13.80% 23.19% 25.82%
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AK/ADMS 3530Midterm ExamSummer 2006May 21, 2006Type A ExamThis exam consists of 28 multiple choice questions and carries a total of 100 points. Choosethe response which best answers each question. Circle your answers below, and fill in youranswers
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Winter 2005-2006YORK UNIVERSITYATKINSON FACULTY OF LIBERAL ANDPROFESSIONAL STUDIESSchool of Administrative StudiesIntermediate Accounting - AK/ADMS 3585M Tuesdays 7-10PMDirector: Sandra IacobelliMidterm #1January 31, 2006Instructions:1. This tes
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Name: _Section: _WINTER 2005YORK UNIVERSITYSCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIESADMS 3595 Intermediate Financial Accounting IIMidterm ExamPROFESSOR SUNG KWONTypePoints AvailableI.40 @ 2 = 80_II. Bonds Payable10_III. Income Tax Accounting10_1
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Assignment 1Answers for Research and Writing based questions are to be typed up in a Word 2007/2010 document.Save the document as Your First Name.docx and submit in the Assignments tool in Blackboard underAssignment 1. Each Research and Writing based q
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Chapter 6Telecommunications and NetworksChapter OutlineThe Evolution ofNetworkingData TransmissionCharacteristicsKey TermstelecommunicationsBandwidthbandwidthbits per second (bps)broadband mediumnarrowband mediumanalog signalfrequency range
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Chapter 7The Internet and the World Wide WebChapter OutlineThe Internet: A GlobalNetworkCommunicationsElectronic MailChat RoomsInstant MessagingBlogsSocial NetworkingServicesMessage BoardsStreaming Video SitesTelecommutingFile Transfer Prot
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bCOURSE OUTLINEDISTANCE EDUCATIONACADEMIC YEAR 2010 - 2011It is the students responsibility to retain course outlines for possible future use in supportof applications for transfer credit to another educational institution.PROGRAM(S):AccountingCOU
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Spywares: Any software that surreptitiously gathers user information through the user's Internet connection without his or herknowledge, usually for advertising purposes is known as spyware. Spyware applications are normally packed as secret element off
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Computer Technology:How computers workComponents of a Computer SystemCategories of ComputersInput Technology: The Keyboard, Touch Screens, the Mouse and Other Point-and-Click DevicesData Representation: Bits and BytesThe System Unit, The Power Suppl
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ACCT 108 33Final Exam At Home PortionQuestion 1:A customer is applying for a car loan. The cost of the car will be entered in cell C5. It will be financed at a rate entered in cellC7 for a period set in cell C8. The dealer estimates that the car will
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CarLoanCalculatorCarPriceFutureValueRateNumberofPaymentsMonthlyPayment\$20,500.0008.15%60(\$417.139)
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College FundFuture Value of SavingsOut of State Annual TuitionRateNumber of Monthly PaymentsPayment Amount (per period)Future Value of SavingsPercent of Tuition Saved\$40,000.004.50%15\$375.00\$96,155.5060%
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4th of July Office PicnicSaturday from 5 11pmRiverfront ParkFood and FireworksGames for all agesBring your family and we will supply:Hot dogsHamburgersChipsSaladsDesertsSoft drinks
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TheWorldWideWebBy Linda EricksenThe idea of a comprehensive computer network that would allow communication among users ofvarious computers developed over time. These developments brought together the network ofnetworks known as the Internet, which in
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Transylvania SoftwareMiami, FloridaTo:Mr. WhiteChairman, Transylvania SoftwareFrom:Heather BondVice President, MarketingSubject:May Sales DataThe May sales data clearly indicate that Pittsburgh is outperforming our other geographic areas.It is
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Revenue By Product Category\$ 600,000\$ 500,000\$ 400,000\$ 300,000\$ 200,000\$ 100,000\$Word ProcessingSpreadsheetsDatabaseRevenue By City\$250,000\$200,000Word ProcessingSpreadsheetsDatabase\$150,000\$100,000\$50,000\$-M ilwaukeeHarrisburgReven
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TripIDMarktingRep1 Kenny2 Frank3 Diane4 Kenny5 Kenny6 Patty7 Frank8 Peter9 Bob10 Peter11 Patty12 Frank13 Diane14 Diane15 Frank16 Frank17 Peter18 Patty19 Bob20 Frank21 Kenny22 Diane23 Patty24 Peter25 Peter26 Bob27 BobPassengers
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IT DepartmentNameFRANKRENAHEATHERJEFFZEVARIELLARRYHARRYJEFFSARAHMARYJASONKONSTANTINEMATTRICHARDRICKMATTHEWINDEEPATRICIAMICHAELMEGANEDLINDSAYROBINKRISPHILJUANJOHNJEFFDAVIRICHARDJAMESTHOMASLINDSEYDANIELTIMROBERTLORITE
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Scholarship TotalsFreshman TotalJunior TotalSenior TotalSophomore TotalGrand TotalFootball Team StatisticsFirst Name Last NameSex Height (ft.) Height (in.) Weight (lb.)InstrumentClassScholarship AmountFreshman Total\$91,410Junior Total\$57,46
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The Classic Car Cruise4/23/2012MakeMustangThunderbirdChrysler 300CCorvette StingrayFord Deuce CoupeChevrolet ImpalaPackard PhaetonLincoln ContinentalPontiac GTOStutz BearcatCadillac ElDoradoOldsmobile GTOModelYear19641955195719661932
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ABC234567891011DEFGHAmortization Schedule1Ent e r Loan Parame t e rs as Indicat e dPrincipal\$400,000Annual Interest6.25%Date of First Payment2/1/2008Term of Loan (years)30Extra Payment Every Period\$200Your Last NameSiddique
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04/23/2012Dr. Smith's Grade BookTest 1Basil, JamesBrown, JamesCoulter, SharonEdwards, MelissaEidsen, MattFegin, RichardFord, JuddGlassman, KrisJones, SamLaquer, LindaMartin, ShellyMoldof, AdamPeters, JanPons, AlexSimon, EricStutz, JoelA
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Chapter19ReportingandAnalyzingCashFlowsQuestions1.The purpose of the cash flow statement is to report detailed information about the majorcash receipts (inflows) and cash payments (outflows) during a period. This includesseparately identifying the
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bCOURSE OUTLINEACADEMIC YEAR 2007 - 2008It is the students responsibility to retain course outlines for possible future use in supportof applications for transfer credit to another educational institution.PROGRAM(S):AccountingCOURSE NAME:Introduct
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Unit 6: PartnershipsReadings: Chapter 14 pages 694 to 704TermGeneralpartnerGeneralPartnershipLimitedLiabilityPartnershipLimitedPartnersLimitedPartnershipMutualAgencyPartnershipPartnershipContractPartnershipLiquidationStatement ofPart
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Test 3 Review ProblemsProblem 7-3AProblem 7-4AExercise 10-14Problem 10-11AProblem 12-10AProblem 12-12AProblem 14-2AProblem 14-3AProblem 15-2AProblem 15-6AProblem 15-7AProblem 15-10AProblem 16-1AProblem 16-2B1
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Test 3 Solutions to Review ProblemsProblem 7-3APreparation:Calculate cost of goods available for sale and units available for sale:Beg.Feb. 10Mar. 13Sep. 5UnitsAvailable300 units200 units300 units250 units@@@@\$80847864====\$24,000
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QUICK STUDYQuick Study 10-1March 1 Accounts Receivable JP Holdings.Sales.To record sale terms n/30.40,0001COGS.Merchandise Inventory.To record cost of sale.32,00027Cash.Accounts Receivable JP Holdings.To record receipt of payment in full.40
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ACCT211 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 1: Notes and Accounts ReceivableReadings: Chapter 10 ReceivablesTermAccounting for BadDebtsAccounts Receivable(or TradeReceivable)Accounts ReceivablesEntriesAccounts ReceivableT
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Week 1: AssignmentsExercises: 10-1, 10-2, 10-5, 10-6, 10-9, 10-11Problems: 10-1A, 10-2A, 10-3A, 10-5A, 10-6AWeek 2: AssignmentsExercises: 10-7, 10-17Problems: 10-11A, 10-13A, 10-14B
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Week 1 and 2 Homework SolutionsExercise 10-1Apr. 6 Cash8,832.00Credit Card Expense (\$9,200 .04)368.00Sales9,200.0061010COGS5,300.00Merchandise InventoryAccounts ReceivableColonialSalesCOGS5,300.00310.00310.00160.00Merchandise Inventor
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Chapter 17 Bonds and Long-Term Notes Payable AssignmentsQuick Study: 17-1, 17-2, 17-3Problems:17-1A, 17-3A, 17-4A, 17-6A, 17-7A, 17-8A, 17-9A, 17-10A, 17-12A17-1B, 17-2B, 17-10B, 17-12B
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Chapter 17 QUICK STUDYWhen solving the following exercises,1. round all dollar amounts to the nearest whole dollar, and2. assume that none of the companies use reversing entries.Quick Study 17-1 (10 minutes)a.b.c.d.\$15,000 6% = \$900\$900 6/12 = \$
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Review Questions for Test 2Exercises:Chapter 13 13.17,Chapter 17 17.8, 17.11, 17.12, 17.16Problems:Chapter 13 13.2A,Chapter 17 17-5A, 17-9A, 17-31, 17-32I will post the solutions next week.Al Juzukonis
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17-9A, 17-31, 17-32*Exercise 13-17 (20 minutes)1.Days in JulyMinus date of noteDays remaining in JulyAdd days in AugustAdd days in SeptemberDays to equal 90 days or Maturity Date, October 13Period of the note in days31151631307713902. \$6
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ACCT2111 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 5: Bonds and Long Term LiabilitiesReadings: Chapter 17 Current LiabilitiesTermAnnuityBearer Bonds(UnregisteredBonds)BondsBondCertificateBondIndentureCallableBondsCapital Lea
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Unit 6, 7, 8 Homework SolutionsQuick Study 17-1a.b.c.d.\$15,000 6% = \$900\$900 6/12 = \$450\$900 3/12 = \$225\$900 1/12 = \$75Quick Study 17-2a. 8% (1 40%) = 4.8%b. 4.8% \$100,000 = \$4,800Quick Studyc.e.a.f.17-3serial bondsconvertible bondsre
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Week 3: Review of Time Value Money CalculationsChapter 17: introduces the basic principles of present val7ue (PV) and discounted cash flowvaluation. Key concepts are:For a given rate of return, the value at some point in the future of an investment mad
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QUICK STUDY Chapter 14 PartnershipsQuick Study 14-1 (10 minutes)The partnership will probably have to pay because it is a merchandising firm. That is, if the vendor knowsnothing to the contrary, the vendor may assume that Campbell has the right, becaus
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Electronic Presentations inMicrosoft PowerPointPartnershipsCHAPTER 14 2007 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd.Learning Objectives1.2.3.4.5.Identify characteristics of partnerships.Prepare entries when forming apartnership.Allocate and record income and
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ACCT2111 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 6: PartnershipsReadings: Chapter 14 pages 694 to 704TermGeneralpartnerGeneralPartnershipLimitedLiabilityPartnershipLimitedPartnersLimitedPartnershipMutualAgencyPartnership
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Quick Study 15-1 (10 minutes)a, dQuick Study 15-2 (10 minutes)2011Jan. 1 Organization CostsCashCommon SharesTo record payment of organization costsand issuance of shares as partconsideration.Dec. 3156,00050,0006,000Amortization Expense, Orga
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ACCT2111 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 7: Organization and Operation of CorporationsReadings: Chapter 15TermAuthorizedSharesBook Valueper CommonShareBook Valueper PreferredShareCallablePreferredShares(Redeemable
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Unit 7 Organization and Operation of Corporations SolutionsProblem 15-1ASOUTHGATE INC.Balance SheetMarch 31, 2011AssetsCurrent assetsCash.Accounts receivable.Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts.Prepaid rent.Total current assets.Property, pla
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Chapter 16 Quick StudyQuick Study 16-1 (10 minutes)JAMESTOWN CORP.Shareholders EquityApril 1, 2011Contributed capital:Common shares, 375,000 sharesauthorized, 165,000 shares issued and outstanding\$1,477,5001Retained earnings258,000Total shareho
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ACCT2111 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 8: Corporate Reporting: Income, Earnings per Share, and Retained EarningsReadings: Chapter 16 pages 789 to 802TermCancelling ofSharesEarnings perShare (EPS)ExplanationBasic earnin
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Unit 8 Corporate Reporting SolutionsProblem 16-1APart 12012\$998,900323,570\$675,330(107,325)\$568,005\$568,005SalesCosts and expensesIncome from continuing operationsLoss on discontinued operationsIncome (loss) before extraordinary itemsExtrao
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Review Problems for Test 1 ACCT211Chapter 7:Problems: 7-4A, 7-9A, 7-14A, 7-11AChapter 10:Problems: 10-9A, 10-12A, 10-13A, 10-1B, 10-3BChapter 12:Problems: 12-1A, 12-8A, 12-12A, 12-13A, 12-16A, 12-1B
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ACCT2111 Introduction to Accounting IITopics and Key ConceptsUnit 2: Inventory and Cost of Goods SoldReadings: Chapter 7 Merchandise Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold (335-354,357390)TermAssigning InventoryCosts and Costs ofGoods SoldConsignmentCo
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Week 2 Homework Solutions Chapter 10Exercise 10-7LISTELPartial Balance SheetMarch 31, 2011AssetsCurrent assets:Cash.Accounts receivable.Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts.Notes receivable, due November 30, 2011.Merchandise inventory.Supplie
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Week 3: Merchandise Inventory and Cost of SalesHome WorkQuick Studies: 7-1, 7-2Exercises: 7-1, 7-3, 7-5, 7-7, 7-8. 7-9Problems: 7-9A, 7-8AWeek 4: Merchandise Inventory and Cost of SalesHome WorkQuick Study: 7-16, 7-11, 7-18Exercises: 7-12, 7-13, 7
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QUICK STUDYQuick Study 12-1 (5 minutes)\$18,000 + \$180,000 + \$3,000 + \$600 = \$201,600Quick Study 12-2 (10 minutes)1.(a) R(b) C(c) R(d) C2.(a)Mar. 15Repairs Expense.Cash.To record repairs.(b)Mar. 15Refrigeration Equipment.Cash.To record c