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School: Millersville
Course: ACC 280
Page 51 Page 62 1. A researcher has determined that the distribution of annual salaries of NBA players is bellshaped and symmetrical about the mean salary, do you think that introducing Kobe Bryants last annual salary of more than $30 million would skew
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Course: Intro To Oceanography
Chapter 11 Tides MAIN CONCEPTS Tides are huge shallowwater wavesthe largest waves in the ocean. Tides are caused by a combination of the gravitational force of the moon and sun and the motion of Earth. The moon's influence on tides is about t
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Course: Intro To Soc
Soc 101 Fall 2005 MWF / MW Meeting Days Exam 1 Answer Key Wednesday October 19th 2005 I have added several points and comments in BOLD alongside the answers. These are meant to alert you to : (1) alternative acceptable answers OR (2) reasons as to
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The payback period for the following set of cash flows is years. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16) Year 0 1 2 3 4 Cash Flow $2,800 1,300 2,000 1,800 1,400 Explanation: To calculate the payback period, we need to find the time that the
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Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter12 Marketingisanorganizationalfunctionandasetofprocessesforcreating, communicating,anddeliveringvaluetocustomersandformanagingcustomer relationshipsinwaysthatbenefittheorganizationanditsstakeholders.Maintaining positiverelationshipswithcustomersisc
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Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter10 Motivationistheindividualinternalprocessthatenergizes,directs,andsustainsbehavior. Motivationisaffectedbyemployeemoralethatis,theemployeesfeelingaboutthejob, superiors,andthefirmitself.Motivation,morale,andjobsatisfactionarecloselyrelated. Oneof
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter12 Marketingisanorganizationalfunctionandasetofprocessesforcreating, communicating,anddeliveringvaluetocustomersandformanagingcustomer relationshipsinwaysthatbenefittheorganizationanditsstakeholders.Maintaining positiverelationshipswithcustomersisc
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter10 Motivationistheindividualinternalprocessthatenergizes,directs,andsustainsbehavior. Motivationisaffectedbyemployeemoralethatis,theemployeesfeelingaboutthejob, superiors,andthefirmitself.Motivation,morale,andjobsatisfactionarecloselyrelated. Oneof
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter9 HumanResourcesmanagement(HMR)isthesetofactivitiesinvolvedinacquiring, maintaining,anddevelopinganorganizationshumanresources.Specializedstaffand linemanagersshareresponsibilityforHRM.HRMactivitiesincludehumanresource planning,jobanalysis,recruitm
School: Millersville
Course: Calculus II
7242005 Volumes of Revolution by Slicing Start with an area a planar region which you can imagine as a piece of cardboard. The cardboard is attached by one edge to a stick (the axis of revolution). As you spin the stick, the area revolves and sweeps out
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Course: Calculus II
7272005 Work The work required to raise a weight of P pounds a distance of y feet is P y footpounds. (In mks units, one would say that a force of k newtons exerted over a distance of y feet does k y newtonmeters, or joules, of work.) Example. If a 1
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Course: Calculus II
4122013 The Remainder Term and Error Estimation If the Taylor series for a function f (x) is truncated at the nth term, what is the dierence between f (x) and the value given by the nth Taylor polynomial? That is, what is the error involved in using the
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Course: Honors Comp
I agree with Calfee, advertising is good for society. I believe without advertising, we wouldnt be informed of new research or new products out there. I feel that without advertising our society would be either lost or illinformed. Plus, since we have a
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Course: Honors Comp
A Mixed Bag of Vegetables Terrie Burger was born in a small town in Pennsylvania called Allentown in the 60s. Growing up her grandparents raised her and she wasnt friends with any black people. The only black person she knew was this one kid in her high s
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Course: Mass Media
FILL IN BLANKS, ANSWER QUESTIONS, GIVE DEFINITIONS, AND OTHERWISE COMPLETE THIS CHAPTER OUTLINE. PLEASE DO NOT CUT AND PASTE FROM THE EBOOK. PUT THE INFORMATION IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Chapter 4: Ink on Paper CHAPTER OUTLINE I. The Wikipedia Breakthrough a. Wi
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Course: Intro To Sociology
In his first preface for "A Place on the Corner," Anderson states "my main purpose here is to sort out and focus on those items that make up the local status system as Jelly's and on the ghetto streets generally" (Anderson, p. xv). He goes further to expr
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Course: Intro To Sociology
The results gathered from the works of Elliot Liebow and Elijah Anderson are both a form of primary information. They entered the world of their subjects (Jelly's and homeless shelters, respectively) and they interacted with them, observing and gaining in
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Course: ACC 280
Trade Concepts Simulation Paper Running Head: TRADE CONCEPTS SIMULATION PAPER Trade Concepts Simulation ECO 372  Macroeconomics University of Phoenix 1 Trade Concepts Simulation Paper 2 Trade Concepts Simulation Paper In the Trade Simulation we encounter
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Course: Cost Accounting
71 TheMasterBudget:AnOverview S ale s budg e t Ending inve nto ry budg e t Dire c t mate rials budg e t Start S e lling and adminis trative e xpe ns e budg e t Pro duc tio n budg e t Dire c t labo r budg e t Manufac turing o ve rhe ad budg e t Cas h budg
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Course: Cost Accounting
Royal Company Budgets for Quarter Ending June 30 April Sales budget: Budgeted sales in units Selling price per unit Total sales 20,000 $10 $200,000 Schedule of expected cash collections: Accounts Receivable March 31 April sales 70% x $200,000 25% x $200,0
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Course: Cost Accounting
LO 1 Explain how changes in activity affect the contribution margin and net operating income. Lecture Video: http:/youtu.be/X6z6C52NY9Y WhirlyCorporation'smostrecentincomestatementisshownbelow.Preparea newcontributionformatincomestatementundereachofthefol
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Course: Intro To Soc
Soc 101 Fall 2005 MWF / MW Meeting Days Exam 1 Answer Key Wednesday October 19th 2005 I have added several points and comments in BOLD alongside the answers. These are meant to alert you to : (1) alternative acceptable answers OR (2) reasons as to
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 3 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Multiple Choice (choose the best answer) (2pts each) 1. Which of these enzym
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 4 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. In what reaction(s) of TCA does substrate level phosphorylation occur? Name
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 1 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. What is the relationship between pK of an acid and the strength of the acid?
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 2 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Answer true or false:(20) _a. PLP/PMP act through a Schiff base mechanism. _
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Course: Cost Accounting
Exam One (Form A) Fall 2013 Pledge: Name _ On my honor, I have neither given nor received help on this exam. I understand that any violation of the University Honor Policy will result in an automatic zero on this exam, and that I will be subject to all sa
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The payback period for the following set of cash flows is years. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16) Year 0 1 2 3 4 Cash Flow $2,800 1,300 2,000 1,800 1,400 Explanation: To calculate the payback period, we need to find the time that the
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Course: Introduction To Business
BUAD 101: Project: Poster Presentation Purpose: the purpose of this project is:  To get familiar with the real world applications of the theories and concepts that you learn in this class.  Prepare a professional presentation and present it.  Network w
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Course: Communcation Research
Comm. 301 Research Methods Rubin, Ch. 7 exercise Subject Area: African American culture and interpersonal communication Topic Idea: How biracial people identify and how other people identify them 45 journal titles that cover your topic:  Choosing Race:
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Course: ACC 280
In this homework assignment, you will be working through two crashing problems and four earned value problems. All the information you need is included within this Homework packet. Make sure you answer all parts of the questions in their entirety. Once yo
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Course: ACC 280
World 1 Inside Cindy's World Cynthia Quezada GSB0936E: Psychology 202 Katie Rosenthal September 14, 2009 World 2 Inside Cindy's World Outline I. Being Cynthia Lee Gaspar a) Where I'm from. b) Whom my family consisted of. c) Being an only child II. The Joy
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Course: The Craft Of History
Rachel Boatwright 9/14/10 Wellness: Womens Health Issues Interview Assignment A Conversation with My Mom Michaelene McFadden was born in Hazleton, PA on January 27, 1966. After two girls, Cindy and Valerie, Joe and Violet McFadden had been hoping for a bo
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BIOL 221 Concepts of Botany Laboratory Syllabus Spring 2009 Section 1B Instructor: Dr. Ryan Wagner Email: Ryan.Wagner@millersville.edu Office Hours: Mon: 122; Thurs: 24; Fri: 910; Office: Roddy 274 Phone: 8723789 or by appointment Lab Text:
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Experiment 9 Determination Iron and Copper in Vitamin Tablets by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry Chem 265 1C (Tuesday) Lab Completed: Lab Submitted: April 1, 2008 April 15, 2008 Team Members: Andrew Dixon Jennifer V. Nguyen Mathew T. Smith
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Purpose: To analyze copper and zinc ion from a vitamin tablet using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, a calibration plot and the standard addition spike method for copper. Procedure: A vitamin tablet was digested in 25 mL of 8 M HCl into a 150 mL
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Chapter 9 Strategy Review, Evaluation, and Control Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 9 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall
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Chapter 11 Global / International Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 2
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Chapter 4 The Internal Assessment Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 2 Internal
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Chapter 8 Implementing Strategies: Marketing, Finance/Accounting, R&D, and MIS Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 8 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Educatio
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Strategic Decision Making Process 3. 3(a). Scan and Assess External Environment Societal Task 1. Background Information History and Timetable And Evaluate Current Performance 1(a). Examine and Evaluate the current Mission Objectives Strategies Policies 2.
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Course: Introduction To Business
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Introduction to Business  BUAD 101 12669 BUAD10101 3.0 Introductionto Business W 6:009:00pm 01/17/1105/07/11 MCCOM303 G3 BUAD10101:NocreditforBUADmajors Professor: M. Ghoreishi, Ph.D. Office: McComsey Hall 338 Offi
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BAUD.341 Managerial Finance I Syllabus Summer 2008 General Information: McComskey 350 Office phone: 8712273 Home phone: 2841922 eric.blazer@millersville.edu www.millersville.edu/~eblazer/ Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00 6:00 pm Wednesd
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BAUD.346 Cost Accounting Syllabus Fall 2008 General Information: McComskey 350 Office phone: 8712273 Home phone: 2841922 eric.blazer@millersville.edu http:/www.millersv.edu/~eblazer/ Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30 4:30 Wednesday 2:00 3:00 Thursday
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Course: General Psychology
Course Syllabus Course: General Psychology  Psyc 100 Millersville University Fall 2006 Dr. Elizabeth Thyrum Byerly Rm. 207  MWF 1010:50 Instructor: Place/Time: Course Description: General Psychology offers an introduction to the scientific stud
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SPED 101 Fall 2007 Department of Special Education Millersville University SPED 101: Orientation to Special Education (3 credit hours) Fall 2007 Professor Office Hours Email Phone Office Ellen M. Long, Ph.D. Monday 9:00 10:00, Wednesday 9:0011:0
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Biology 291 Marine Biology, Fall 2006 Dr. Dominique Didier Dagit Caputo 201; phone 8723420 email dominique.dagit@millersville.edu Office Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9 10 am; Wed. 9  11 am, Thur. 3  4 pm, or by appointment Lecture: Roddy 286 Laboratory:
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Course: ACC 280
Page 51 Page 62 1. A researcher has determined that the distribution of annual salaries of NBA players is bellshaped and symmetrical about the mean salary, do you think that introducing Kobe Bryants last annual salary of more than $30 million would skew
School: Millersville
Course: Intro To Oceanography
Chapter 11 Tides MAIN CONCEPTS Tides are huge shallowwater wavesthe largest waves in the ocean. Tides are caused by a combination of the gravitational force of the moon and sun and the motion of Earth. The moon's influence on tides is about t
School: Millersville
Course: Intro To Soc
Soc 101 Fall 2005 MWF / MW Meeting Days Exam 1 Answer Key Wednesday October 19th 2005 I have added several points and comments in BOLD alongside the answers. These are meant to alert you to : (1) alternative acceptable answers OR (2) reasons as to
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The payback period for the following set of cash flows is years. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16) Year 0 1 2 3 4 Cash Flow $2,800 1,300 2,000 1,800 1,400 Explanation: To calculate the payback period, we need to find the time that the
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter12 Marketingisanorganizationalfunctionandasetofprocessesforcreating, communicating,anddeliveringvaluetocustomersandformanagingcustomer relationshipsinwaysthatbenefittheorganizationanditsstakeholders.Maintaining positiverelationshipswithcustomersisc
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter10 Motivationistheindividualinternalprocessthatenergizes,directs,andsustainsbehavior. Motivationisaffectedbyemployeemoralethatis,theemployeesfeelingaboutthejob, superiors,andthefirmitself.Motivation,morale,andjobsatisfactionarecloselyrelated. Oneof
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter9 HumanResourcesmanagement(HMR)isthesetofactivitiesinvolvedinacquiring, maintaining,anddevelopinganorganizationshumanresources.Specializedstaffand linemanagersshareresponsibilityforHRM.HRMactivitiesincludehumanresource planning,jobanalysis,recruitm
School: Millersville
Course: Introduction To Business
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Introduction to Business  BUAD 101 12669 BUAD10101 3.0 Introductionto Business W 6:009:00pm 01/17/1105/07/11 MCCOM303 G3 BUAD10101:NocreditforBUADmajors Professor: M. Ghoreishi, Ph.D. Office: McComsey Hall 338 Offi
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Course: Introduction To Business
BUAD 101: Project: Poster Presentation Purpose: the purpose of this project is:  To get familiar with the real world applications of the theories and concepts that you learn in this class.  Prepare a professional presentation and present it.  Network w
School: Millersville
Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 3 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Multiple Choice (choose the best answer) (2pts each) 1. Which of these enzym
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 4 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. In what reaction(s) of TCA does substrate level phosphorylation occur? Name
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 1 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. What is the relationship between pK of an acid and the strength of the acid?
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Course: Biochemistry 1:Lab
Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 2 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Answer true or false:(20) _a. PLP/PMP act through a Schiff base mechanism. _
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Chapter 9 Strategy Review, Evaluation, and Control Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 9 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall
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Chapter 11 Global / International Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 2
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Chapter 4 The Internal Assessment Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 2 Internal
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Chapter 8 Implementing Strategies: Marketing, Finance/Accounting, R&D, and MIS Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 8 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Educatio
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Strategic Decision Making Process 3. 3(a). Scan and Assess External Environment Societal Task 1. Background Information History and Timetable And Evaluate Current Performance 1(a). Examine and Evaluate the current Mission Objectives Strategies Policies 2.
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Chapter 10 Business Ethics/ Social Responsibility/ Environmental Sustainability Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 10 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, In
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Exhibit 1 CASE ANALYSIS EVALUATION FORM Case_ Name_ Excellent + I. Acceptable CURRRENT SITUATION A. Performance _ II. Poor  B. Strategic Posture _ CORPORATE GOVERNANCE A. Board of Directors _ B. Top Management _ III. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT A. Societal  O
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Term Project BUAD 455 Assumptions: In this project, imagine that you (students) are highly paid consultants for the company that is assigned to them. The consultants task is to carefully audit strategy of a major corporation and prepare a formal report an
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Chapter 6 Strategy Analysis & Choice Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 6 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 6 2 Strat
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Chapter 7 Implementing Strategies: Management & Operations Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 7 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing a
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Chapter 3 The External Assessment Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 3 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 3 2 External
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Chapter 5 Strategies in Action Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 5 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 5 2 Long Term O
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Chapter 1 The Nature of Strategic Management Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 1 1 Strategic Management Defined Art & science of formulating, implementing,
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Chapter 2 The Business Vision & Mission Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 2 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 2 2 Vi
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CONTENT AND SKILL SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE UNIFORM CPA EXAMINATION Approved by the Board of Examiners American Institute of Certified Public Accountants May 15, 2009 Effective Date: January 1, 2011 Board of Examiners Examinations Team American Institute of
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Chapter 14 Audit of the Sales and Collection Cycle: Tests of Controls and Substantive Tests of Transactions Review Questions 141 a. b. c. d. e. The bill of lading is a document prepared at the time of shipment of goods to a customer indicating the descri
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February19,2014 Chapter8&9 Chapter8AuditPlanningandAnalyticalProcedures PlanningandRiskmoreinthenextchapter ClientAcceptanceengagementletter StaffingandExperts UnderstandClientBusinessandIndustry Clienttours,managementandgovernance,boardminutes, ClientBus
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DueDates September18,2013 Chapter5,6&7 2/19:Case1 Chapter5LegalLiability Environment FailureandRisk LiabilitiestoClients ThirdPartyLiabilityUnderCommonLawandSecuritiesLaw CriminalLiability Chapter6AuditResponsibilitiesandObjectives AuditorResponsibilities
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Chapter 7 Audit Evidence Review Questions 71 In both a legal case and in an audit of financial statements, evidence is used by an unbiased person to draw conclusions. In addition, the consequences of an incorrect decision in both situations can be equall
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January29,2014 Chapters3&4 DueDates 2/12:IndividualCase1 3/5:GroupCase2 DiscussIntroductoryCaseLakesideCompany Chapter3AuditReports SOXSect404InternalControlReport Summaryp.63: Unqualified Unqualifiedwithexplanatoryparagraphormodifiedwording Materiality Q
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MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Strategic Management  BUAD 455 BUAD 455 3.0 Cr. Strategic Management Technology enhanced session 01/21/1405/10/14 BUAD 455 0: Prerequisite: BUAD 202 AND BUAD 231 AND BUAD 306 AND BUAD 307 BUAD 308 AND BUAD 341 AND
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BCG (Boston Consulting Group) Matrix: BCG matrix is used for Portfolio Analysis of a company. It means it evaluates different divisions of a company for their financial performance and it is an advantage for the company to keep investing on the division.
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The Lakeside Company: Auditing Cases 1. ANALYSIS OF A POTENTIAL AUDIT CLIENT Benjamin M. Rogers is the president of the Lakeside Company, a retailer and distributor of consumer electronics (such as televisions) based in Richmond, Virginia. Although King a
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BUAD 455 Assignments / projects / tests The followings explain about your assignments in this class. All assignments are submitted either on D2L or mymanagementlab.com. Type your answer in Microsoft word document. Use font 12, times. Send your folders as
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Chapter 26 Internal and Governmental Financial Auditing and Operational Auditing Review Questions 261 Internal auditors who perform financial auditing are responsible for evaluating whether their companys internal controls are designed and operating e ff
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Chapter 25 Other Assurance Services Review Questions 251 Levels of assurance represent the degree of certainty the practitioner has attained, and wishes to convey, that the conclusions stated in his or her report are correct. Audits of historical financi
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Chapter 24 Completing the Audit Review Questions 241 There are four presentation and disclosurerelated audit objectives: PRESENTATION AND DISCLOSURERELATED AUDIT OBJECTIVES DESCRIPTION Occurrence and rights and obligations Accountrelated information a
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Chapter 23 Audit of Cash and Financial Instruments Review Questions 231 The appropriate tests for the ending balance in the cash accounts depend heavily on the initial assessment of control risk, tests of controls, and substantive tests of transactions f
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Chapter 21 Audit of the Inventory and Warehousing Cycle Review Questions 211 Inventory is often the most difficult and time consuming part of many audit engagements because: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Inventory is generally a major item on the balance sheet and ofte
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Chapter 22 Audit of the Capital Acquisition and Repayment Cycle Review Questions 221 Four examples of interest bearing liability accounts commonly found on balance sheets are: 1. 2. 3. 4. Notes payable Contracts payable Mortgages payable Bonds payable Th
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Chapter 20 Audit of the Payroll and Personnel Cycle Review Questions 201 General ledger accounts that are likely to be affected by the payroll and personnel cycle in most audits include the following: Cash Inventory Construction in progress Wages payable
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Chapter 18 Audit of the Acquisition and Payment Cycle: Tests of Controls, Substantive Tests of Transactions, and Accounts Payable Review Questions 181 a. Asset accounts: b. Liability accounts: c. Office supplies Delivery equipment Machinery and equipment
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Chapter 19 Completing the Tests in the Acquisition and Payment Cycle: Verification of Selected Accounts Review Questions 191 Because the source of the debits in the asset account is the acquisitions journal (or similar record), the current period acquisi
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Chapter 16 Completing the Tests in the Sales and Collection Cycle: Accounts Receivable Review Questions 161 Tests of details of balances are designed to determine the reasonableness of the balances in sales, accounts receivable, and other account balance
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Chapter 17 Audit Sampling for Tests of Details of Balances Review Questions 171 The most important difference between (a) tests of controls and substantive tests of transactions and (b) tests of details of balances is in what the auditor wants to measure
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Chapter 15 Audit Sampling for Tests of Controls and Substantive Tests of Transactions Review Questions 151 A representative sample is one in which the characteristics of interest for the sample are approximately the same as for the population (that is, t
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Chapter 13 Overall Audit Strategy and Audit Program Review Questions 131 The five types of tests auditors use to determine whether financial statements are fairly stated include the following: Risk assessment procedures Tests of controls Substantive test
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Chapter 12 The Impact of Information Technology on the Audit Process Review Questions 121 The proper installation of IT can lead to internal control enhancements by replacing manually performed controls with computerperformed controls. ITbased accountin
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Chapter 11 Fraud Auditing Review Questions 111 Fraudulent financial reporting is an intentional misstatement or omission of amounts or disclosures with the intent to deceive users. Two examples of fraudulent financial reporting are accelerating the timin
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Chapter 9 Materiality and Risk Review Questions 91 The parts of planning are: accept client and perform initial planning, understand the clients business and industry, assess client business risk, perform preliminary analytical procedures, set materialit
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Chapter 10 Internal Control, Control Risk, and Section 404 Audits Review Questions 101 Management typically has three broad objectives in designing effective internal controls. 1. Reliability of Financial Reporting Management is responsible for preparing
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Chapter 8 Audit Planning and Analytical Procedures Review Questions 81 There are three primary benefits from planning audits: it helps the auditor obtain sufficient appropriate evidence for the circumstances, helps keep audit costs reasonable, and helps
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Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter12 Marketingisanorganizationalfunctionandasetofprocessesforcreating, communicating,anddeliveringvaluetocustomersandformanagingcustomer relationshipsinwaysthatbenefittheorganizationanditsstakeholders.Maintaining positiverelationshipswithcustomersisc
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Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter10 Motivationistheindividualinternalprocessthatenergizes,directs,andsustainsbehavior. Motivationisaffectedbyemployeemoralethatis,theemployeesfeelingaboutthejob, superiors,andthefirmitself.Motivation,morale,andjobsatisfactionarecloselyrelated. Oneof
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Course: Introduction To Business
Chapter9 HumanResourcesmanagement(HMR)isthesetofactivitiesinvolvedinacquiring, maintaining,anddevelopinganorganizationshumanresources.Specializedstaffand linemanagersshareresponsibilityforHRM.HRMactivitiesincludehumanresource planning,jobanalysis,recruitm
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Course: Calculus II
7242005 Volumes of Revolution by Slicing Start with an area a planar region which you can imagine as a piece of cardboard. The cardboard is attached by one edge to a stick (the axis of revolution). As you spin the stick, the area revolves and sweeps out
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Course: Calculus II
7272005 Work The work required to raise a weight of P pounds a distance of y feet is P y footpounds. (In mks units, one would say that a force of k newtons exerted over a distance of y feet does k y newtonmeters, or joules, of work.) Example. If a 1
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Course: Calculus II
4122013 The Remainder Term and Error Estimation If the Taylor series for a function f (x) is truncated at the nth term, what is the dierence between f (x) and the value given by the nth Taylor polynomial? That is, what is the error involved in using the
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Course: Calculus II
10312005 Substitution You can use substitution to convert a complicated integral into a simpler one. In these problems, Ill let u equal some convenient xstu say u = f(x). To complete the substitution, I must also substitute du du for dx. To do this, co
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Course: Calculus II
1232006 Trigonometric Integrals For trig integrals involving powers of sines and cosines, there are two important cases: 1. The integral contains an odd power of sine or cosine. 2. The integral contains only even powers of sines and cosines. I will look
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Course: Calculus II
882005 Constructing Taylor Series The Taylor series for f(x) at x = c is f(c) + f (c)(x c) + f (c) f (n) (c) f (c) (x c)2 + (x c)3 + = (x c)n . 2! 3! n! n=0 (By convention, f (0) = f.) When c = 0, the series is called a Maclaurin series. You can constru
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Course: Calculus II
9252005 Limits and Derivatives of Trig Functions If you graph y = sin x and y = x, you see that the graphs become almost indistinguishable near x = 0: 0.4 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.4 That is, as x 0, x sin x. This approximation is often used in appl
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Course: Calculus II
7182005 Trig Substitution Trig substitution reduces certain integrals to integrals of trig functions. The idea is to match the given integral against one of the following trig identities: 1 (sin )2 = (cos )2 1 + (tan )2 = (sec )2 (sec )2 1 = (tan )2 If
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Course: Calculus II
9122005 Tangent Lines and Rates of Change Given a function y = f (x), how do you nd the slope of the tangent line to the graph at the point P (a, f (a)? (Im thinking of the tangent line as a line that just skims the graph at (a, f (a), without going thr
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Course: Calculus II
7272005 Sequences An innite sequence is a list of numbers. The following examples should make the idea clear. Example. Here is a familiar sequence: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, . . . , 2n , . . . Sequences are often written using subscript notation. This one might b
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Course: Calculus II
9222008 Related Rates Related rates problems deal with situations in which several things are changing at rates which are related. The way in which the rates are related often arises from geometry, for example. Example. The radius of a circle increases
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Course: Calculus II
822005 Review: Convergence Tests for Innite Series When you are testing a series for convergence or divergence, its helpful to run through your list of convergence tests if you dont see what to do immediately just as you might run through your list of i
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Course: Calculus II
10312005 Summation Notation Summation notation is used to denote a sum of terms. Usually, the terms follow a pattern or formula. n f(k) is shorthand for f(0) + f(1) + + f(n). k=1 In this case, 1 and n are the limits of summation and k is the summation v
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Course: Calculus II
7312005 Innite Series An innite series is a sum a0 + a1 + a2 + + an + . Notation: k=0 ak = a0 + a1 + a2 + + a n + . For example, k=0 (1)k = 1 1 + 1 1 + 1 + (1)n + , k=0 1 1 1 1 = 1 + + + + n + , k 2 2 4 2 k=1 1 1 1 1 = 1 + + + + + . k 2 3 n Addition is
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772013 Polar Coordinates Polar coordinates are an alternative to rectangular coordinates for referring to points in the plane. A point in the plane has polar coordinates (r, ). r is (roughly) the distance from the origin to the point; is the angle betw
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Course: Calculus II
812005 The Ratio Test and the Root Test It is a fact that an increasing sequence of real numbers that is bounded above must converge. M The picture shows an increasing sequence that is bounded above by some number M . It seems reasonable that the terms
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Course: Calculus II
7192005 Partial Fractions Partial fractions is the opposite of adding fractions over a common denominator. It applies to integrals of the form P (x) dx, whereP (x) and Q(x) are polynomials. Q(x) P (x) into a sum of smaller terms which are easier to inte
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Course: Calculus II
7222013 Miscellaneous Substitutions When an integral contains a quadratic expression ax2 + bx + c, you can sometimes simplify the integrand by completing the square. This eliminates the middle term of the quadratic; the resulting integral can then be co
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Course: Calculus II
9202012 Log and Exponential Derivatives Here are the formulas for the derivatives of ln x and ex : d 1 ln x = dx x and dx e = ex . dx Ill derive them at the end. First, Ill give some examples to show how theyre used. Example. Compute d 10 x ln x. dx Usi
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772013 Parametric Equations of Curves A pair of equations x = f (t), y = g(t), atb are parametric equations for a curve. You graph the curve by plugging values of t into x and y, then plotting the points as usual. Example. The parametric equations x = c
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Course: Calculus II
10132010 Absolute Maxima and Minima Ill begin with a couple of examples to illustrate the kinds of problems I want to solve. Example. A string 6 light years in length is cut into two pieces. One piece is used to make a circle, while the other piece is u
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Course: Calculus II
192014 The Mean Value Theorem A secant line is a line drawn through two points on a curve. The Mean Value Theorem relates the slope of a secant line to the slope of a tangent line. The Mean Value Theorem. If f is continuous on a x b and dierentiable on
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Course: Calculus II
5242007 The Natural Logarithm The Power Rule says xn dx = 1 xn+1 + C n+1 provided that n = 1. The formula does not apply to 1 dx. x An antiderivative F (x) of 1 would have to satisfy x d 1 F (x) = . dx x But the Fundamental Theorem implies that if x > 0
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Course: Calculus II
11112011 Properties of Limits There are many rules for computing limits. Ill list the most important ones. There are analogous results for left and righthand limits; just replace lim with lim+ or lim . xc xc xc I mentioned the rst rule earlier: If f (
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Course: Calculus II
8292005 Left and RightHand Limits In some cases, you let x approach the number a from the left or the right, rather than both sides at once as usual. lim f (x) means: Compute the limit of f (x) as x approaches a from the right. xa+ lim f (x) means: C
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Course: Calculus II
8292005 Limits: An Introduction Calculus was used long before it was established on rm mathematical foundations. Limits provide a precise way of talking about convergence and innite processes. For example, derivatives and integrals are dened using limit
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Course: Calculus II
1182006 Inverse Trig Functions If you restrict f(x) = sin x to the interval x , the function increases: 2 2 y = sin x p/2 p/2 This implies that the function is onetoone, and hence it has an inverse. The inverse is called the inverse sine or arcsine
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Course: Calculus II
8292005 The Limit Denition Having discussed how you can compute limits, I want to examine the denition of a limit in more detail. 1 cos(x8 ) . You might x0 x16 think of drawing a graph; many graphing calculators, for instance, produce a graph like the o
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Course: Calculus II
7212005 LHpitals Rule o LHpitals Rule is a method for computing a limit of the form o lim xc f(x) . g(x) c can be a number, +, or . The conditions for applying it are: 1. The functions f and g are dierentiable in an open interval containing c. (c may al
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Course: Calculus II
1092005 Increasing and Decreasing Functions A function f increases on a interval if f (a) < f (b) whenever a < b and a and b are points in the interval. This means that the graph goes up from left to right. A function f decreases on a interval if f (a)
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Course: Calculus II
8182009 Inverse Functions Functions f : X Y and g : Y X are inverses if f (g (y ) = y and g (f (x) = x 1 for all x X and y Y . If f has an inverse, it is often denoted f 1 . However, f 1 does not mean ! f Example. f (x) = x3 and g (x) = x1/3 are inverse
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Course: Calculus II
852013 Intervals of Convergence of Power Series A power series is an innite series a0 + a1 (x c) + a2 (x c)2 + = an (x c)n . n=0 The number c is called the expansion point. A power series may represent a function f (x), in the sense that wherever the se
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Course: Calculus II
7212005 Review of Integration Techniques 7x3 2x2 + 12 8 dx. x2 (x2 + 4) Example. Compute Use partial fractions: 7x3 2x2 + 12 8 ax + b c d = 2 + + , x2 (x2 + 4) x + 4 x x2 7x3 2x2 + 12x 8 = (ax + b)x2 + cx(x2 + 4) + d(x2 + 4). Let x = 0. Then 8 = 4d, so
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Course: Calculus II
1242013 Integration by Parts If u and v are functions of x, the Product Rule says that d(uv) dv du =u +v . dx dx dx Integrate both sides: d(uv) dx = dx uv = u dv dx + dx v u dv + v du, u dv = uv du dx, dx v du. This is the integration by parts formula. T
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Course: Calculus II
9252005 Implicit Dierentiation Example. The Folium of Descrates is given by the equation x3 + y3 = 3xy. Picture: 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 The graph consists of all points (x, y) which satisfy the equation. For example, (0, 0) is on the graph, because x
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Course: Calculus II
972005 Limits at Innity x2 : x2 + 1 Here is the graph of f (x) = 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 5 10 5 10 The graph approaches the horizontal line y = 1 as it goes out to the left and right. You write: lim x+ x2 = 1 and x2 + 1 x2 = 1. x x2 + 1 lim In general, to s
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Course: Calculus II
7242005 Improper Integrals b Roughly speaking, an integral f(x) dx is improper if: a 1. One of the limits is innite. 2. The integrand blows up somewhere on the interval of integration. For example, e3x dx and 0 x2 x dx +9 are improper because they have
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Course: Calculus II
11142009 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus says, roughly, that the following processes undo each other: nding slopes of tangent lines nding areas by rectangle sums The rst process is dierentiation, and the second pr
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Course: Calculus II
9152005 Dierentiation Rules While its possible to compute derivatives using the denition of the derivative as a limit, it is too much work if youre dierentiating anything complicated. Its more ecient to develop a set of dierentiation rules to use as sho
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Course: Calculus II
10102005 Graphing Calculus provides information which is useful in graphing curves. The rst derivative y tells where a curve is increasing and where a curve is decreasing. The second derivative y tells where a curve is concave up and where a curve is
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Course: Calculus II
872005 Absolute Convergence and Conditional Convergence The convergence tests Ive discussed (such as the Ratio Test and Limit Comparsion) apply to positive term series. What can you say about convergence if a series has negative terms? If there are only
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Course: Calculus II
1012005 Dierentials Calculus is over three hundred years old, but the modern approach via limits only dates to the early 1800s with Cauchy. Historically, the use of dierentials antedates the rigorous approach we now take to the derivative. For example,
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Course: Calculus II
8312005 Continuity In many cases, you can compute lim f (x) by plugging a in for x: xa lim f (x) = f (a). xa For example, lim (2x3 5x + 1) = 2 33 5 3 + 1 = 40. x3 This situation arises often enough that it has a name. Denition. A function f (x) is conti
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Course: Calculus II
1122005 Denite Integrals The area under a curve can be approximated by adding up the areas of rectangles. 1 from x = 0 to x = 1 using 20 equal subintervals and 1 + x3 evaluating the function at the lefthand endpoints. Example. Approximate the area unde
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Course: Calculus II
1092005 Concavity and the Second Derivative Test If y = f (x) is a function, the second derivative of y (or of f ) is the derivative of the rst derivative. Notation: d2 y d2 f , , y , f . 2 dx dx2 Thus, d d2 y = dx2 dx dy dx . Example. Find the second d
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Course: Calculus II
812005 The Comparison and Limit Comparison Tests You can often tell that a series converges or diverges by comparing it to a known series. Ill look rst at situations where you can establish an inequality between the terms of two series. Let ak , k=1 bk
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Course: Calculus II
9192005 The Chain Rule The Chain Rule computes the derivative of the composite of two functions. The composite (f g)(x) is just g inside f that is, (f g)(x) = f (g(x) . (Note that this is not multiplication!) Here are some examples: (x3 + x2 7x + 1)99 i
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Course: Calculus II
11132005 Finding the Area Between Curves How do you nd the area of a region bounded by two curves? Ill consider two cases. Suppose the region is bounded above and below by the two curves(top and bottom), and on the sides by x = a and x = b. top dx (top)
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Course: Calculus II
7242005 Finding the Area Between Curves How do you nd the area of a region bounded by two curves? Ill consider two cases. Suppose the region is bounded above and below by the two curves f(x) and g(x), and on the sides by x = a and x = b. f(x) f( xk ) 
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Course: Calculus II
10312009 Antiderivatives F (x) is an antiderivative of f (x) if dF (x) = f (x). dx Notation: f (x) dx = F (x) + C. Example. x3 dx = In fact, 1 4 x + C, 4 because 1 4 x , 4 1 4 x + 1, 4 1 4 x 13, 4 d dx 1 4 x 4 = x3 . 1 4 x + 157, 4 are all antiderivativ
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822005 Alternating Series If a series has only positive terms, the partial sums get larger and larger. If they get large too rapidly, the series will diverge. However, if some of the terms are negative, the negative terms may cancel with the positive te
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Case Study A silent crime Synopsis: Regional investigation specialist, Russ Rooker, uncovers a fraud at Greenes department store in the Detroit area. Joe Anderson is a 15houraweek employee in the stores shoe department. Anderson became an expert at ri
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Chapter 1: Financial Accounting and Accounting Standards Financial Statements and Financial Reporting Essential characteristics of accounting: o Identification, measurement, and communicate information about economic entities to interested parties Financi
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Chapter 2: Conceptual Framework Underlying Financial Accounting Conceptual Framework Like a constitution, a coherent system of interrelated objectives and fundamentals that can lead to consistent rules and that prescribes the nature, function, and limits
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Chapter 3: The Accounting Information System Accounting I nformation System Accounting Information System collects and processes t ransaction data and t hen disseminates the financial information to interested parties Various factors shape these systems
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Chapter 4: Income Statement and Related Information Income Statement Report that measures the success of company operations for a given period of time Business and investment community uses it to determine: 1) Profitability 2) Investment Value 3) Creditwo
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Chapter 5: Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows Section 1: Balance Sheet Balance sheet (sometimes referred to as the statement of financial position) reports assets, liabilities, and stockholders equity of a business enterprise at a specific date o
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Course: Honors Comp
I agree with Calfee, advertising is good for society. I believe without advertising, we wouldnt be informed of new research or new products out there. I feel that without advertising our society would be either lost or illinformed. Plus, since we have a
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A Mixed Bag of Vegetables Terrie Burger was born in a small town in Pennsylvania called Allentown in the 60s. Growing up her grandparents raised her and she wasnt friends with any black people. The only black person she knew was this one kid in her high s
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Course: Mass Media
FILL IN BLANKS, ANSWER QUESTIONS, GIVE DEFINITIONS, AND OTHERWISE COMPLETE THIS CHAPTER OUTLINE. PLEASE DO NOT CUT AND PASTE FROM THE EBOOK. PUT THE INFORMATION IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Chapter 4: Ink on Paper CHAPTER OUTLINE I. The Wikipedia Breakthrough a. Wi
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Course: Intro To Sociology
In his first preface for "A Place on the Corner," Anderson states "my main purpose here is to sort out and focus on those items that make up the local status system as Jelly's and on the ghetto streets generally" (Anderson, p. xv). He goes further to expr
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The results gathered from the works of Elliot Liebow and Elijah Anderson are both a form of primary information. They entered the world of their subjects (Jelly's and homeless shelters, respectively) and they interacted with them, observing and gaining in
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Trade Concepts Simulation Paper Running Head: TRADE CONCEPTS SIMULATION PAPER Trade Concepts Simulation ECO 372  Macroeconomics University of Phoenix 1 Trade Concepts Simulation Paper 2 Trade Concepts Simulation Paper In the Trade Simulation we encounter
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Course: The Craft Of History
Rachel Boatwright 11/1/10 ENGL 110.23 Causes Paper The Causes behind Americas Obesity Crisis In the United States, 60 million people are overweight or obese. Obesity is defined as have a BMI, or Body Mass Index, of over 30. Obesity contributes to diseases
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Course: The Craft Of History
Rachel Boatwright 11/18/2010 Dr. Prushankin HIST 105 Sec 2 Wilson: It Was Inevitable In 1910, the United States was unsure of the future of the presidency. The election of 1912 loomed, and the nations leaders did not know who the presidential candidates w
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Rachel Boatwright 10/10/2012 HIST 206, MWF 22:50 Midterm Essay It is important to study ancient world cultures because they are the precursors to our culture. What it means to be human developed long before our society existed, long before any society ex
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Rachel Boatwright 8/27/2012 HIST 206, MWF 1111:50 All through high school, world history was poorly addressed. Instead, three of the four years were dedicated to the United States and how wonderful we are. My honors world history class freshman year spok
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Rachel Boatwright 11/7/11 HIST 102.02 Second Reflection Paper Why did democracy fail in some European countries and Russia after WWI? After World War I, nations gathered in Versailles expecting to reap the rewards of war. Initially there was a sense of jo
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Rachel Boatwright 9/23/2011 HIST 102.02 Liberalism, Nationalism, and PostNapoleonic Europe The events in France leading up to Napoleons rise to power are examples of triumphs of liberalism in Europe. Revolution rocked France, dissolving old regimes and o
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How much is a single person worth? Should a persons worth be based upon how well their company is profiting, or should it be based upon their importance in society? If society based ones wage on the risks of their jobs or how important they were, miners,
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Kroger Company BUAD 341.01 Dr. Leinberger Courtney Weakland 2/19/2008 Table of Contents Introduction.1 Theme.1 History of the Company.1 Product Line of the Company.3 Industry History and Analysis.4 Major Competitors.5 NAICS numbers and industry descriptio
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Course: LIVING WITH ART
Over Thanksgiving break, my family and I went down to Washington DC. While I was there I visited the National Gallery of Art. The gallery was a beautiful place filled with many different types of art. One of the works of art that caught my eye was The Rai
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Mike Morlock Communication 401.00 After reading Lev Manovichs Language of New Media and watching the 1997 film Gattaca, there are many connections that can be made between the theories of Manovich and the revelations in Gattaca pertaining to technol
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Mike Morlock Comm 401 Lived Experience of Playing the Nintendo Wii Playing the Nintendo Wii, a revolutionary video game system, requires a full body experience that is not like any other video game experience seen before. In order to move my characte
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Shawn Murphy English Prof. Brouillette April 11, 2008 Healthcare: Unity Through Disease Health care, or healthcare, is the prevention, treatment, and management of illness and the preservation of mental and physical well being through the services o
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Murphy 1 Shawn Murphy English 110.08 Prof. Broillette April 23, 2008 Critique on Senator Sheila Kuehl's Essay #1 Politicians and senators all have different views and ideas on the current issues. It is always important to know and understand just ho
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Shawn Murphy English 110 Mrs. Brouillette March 4, 2008 Public vs. Privatized Health Care: Its Affects on the Local Patient Every election brings about change and new leadership in America. Every election focuses on a few very important issues that t
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Course: American Govt
Govt 111: Intro to American Government Third Paper Assignment Policymaking Simulation Natalie Schneider One bill that was involved in the policymaking simulation was the Abolish Legal Marriage Act. This bill was designed to change all current legal
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Govt 111: Intro to American Government Second Paper Assignment Natalie Schneider Public Opinion Public opinion polls are an important aspect of the democratic government system. They allow government officials to view and analyze the thoughts, des
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GOVT 111 First Paper Assignment A Small but Significant Change Natalie Schneider In 1787, the men in attendance of the Constitutional Convention worked diligently to produce a form of government that would create a balance between the various conce
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Jennifer Nguyen Dr. Zhang English Composition April 16, 2008 Multilingualism and its Growing Importance Multilingualism in the United States is a dying quality. Fewer than 50% of high school students take foreign language courses, the vast majority o
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22 June 2005 Scorpions General Overview Scorpions are a quite diverse and interesting class of arachniada (same as spiders), order scorpiones. (Wee Par. 3). There are currently 1400 species recognized in the world (Gouge Par 3). The scorpions drastic
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Millersville University English Composition Dr. Farkas Major Paper Assignments Overview of Assignments Over the course of the semester, students will write five major papers. The first four papers will be based on the course textbook, and the final p
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Jake Terefenko History of the Middle Ages Essay One Question 2 The begining of monasticism in the west involved Martin of Tours, who after serving in the Roman army converted to Christianity and established a hermitage near Milan. Later he moved to
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Federal Reserve System Portfolio Essay I believe that the Federal Reserve System should remain independent from government control. All throughout the Fed's history they have kept up a good job with doing what they do and should remain independent to
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Walters 1 Libby Walters Mr. Schulz English 12 Honors 18 December, 2006 The Fight for Marriage In America and many other places around the globe, homosexuality is slowly, but surely, becoming more and more of an accepted lifestyle. Homosexuals appear
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Royal Company Budgets for Quarter Ending June 30 April Sales budget: Budgeted sales in units Selling price per unit Total sales 20,000 $10 $200,000 Schedule of expected cash collections: Accounts Receivable March 31 April sales 70% x $200,000 25% x $200,0
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LO 1 Explain how changes in activity affect the contribution margin and net operating income. Lecture Video: http:/youtu.be/X6z6C52NY9Y WhirlyCorporation'smostrecentincomestatementisshownbelow.Preparea newcontributionformatincomestatementundereachofthefol
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Soc 101 Fall 2005 MWF / MW Meeting Days Exam 1 Answer Key Wednesday October 19th 2005 I have added several points and comments in BOLD alongside the answers. These are meant to alert you to : (1) alternative acceptable answers OR (2) reasons as to
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Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 3 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Multiple Choice (choose the best answer) (2pts each) 1. Which of these enzym
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Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 4 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. In what reaction(s) of TCA does substrate level phosphorylation occur? Name
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Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 1 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. What is the relationship between pK of an acid and the strength of the acid?
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Chemistry 326 Fall 2009 Name_ Check Section: Tuesday _ Wednesday_ Thursday _ Exam 2 If I cannot read your writing I will not grade the answer and it will be assigned 0 points. 1. Answer true or false:(20) _a. PLP/PMP act through a Schiff base mechanism. _
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Exam One (Form A) Fall 2013 Pledge: Name _ On my honor, I have neither given nor received help on this exam. I understand that any violation of the University Honor Policy will result in an automatic zero on this exam, and that I will be subject to all sa
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There are two copies of each solution worksheet. One with the data from the original question, and a second with changed input fields. The changed input fields appear in red. This is an idividual assignment. You are to work alone. In submitting this assig
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BUAD 352 Test 2 Study Guide Ch 6 Employee Selection Overview of the Selection Process Selection is the process of choosing individuals who have relevant qualifications to fill existing or projected job openings. o PersonJob fit o PersonOrganization fit
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Study Guide for BUAD 352 Test 1 (Items follow headings in text) Ch 1 Introduction Why Study Human Resources Management? HRM is the process of managing human talent to achieve organizations objectives. Having a good understanding of HRM is important for
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Running head: CALEDONIA PRODUCTS Caledonia Products Lori Ann Ringold BUS 401 Principles of Finance Instructor Daniel Brogan April 1, 2012 Caledonia Products As the financial analyst, my job is to help Caledonia decide how best to invest its money and to u
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Bus Law Exam 1 Constitutional Limitations on Legislation A. Cannot be overbroad a. Cannot prohibit both appropriate and inappropriate conduct. B. Courts interpret legislation a. General legislation must be applied to particular circumstances. b. Developme
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Rachel Boatwright 4/16/2012 EDFN 211.00 Take Home Exam I. 1. The philosophy of Maxine Greene is existentialism. She said that the purpose of education is to help children find new meaning and a direction for their lives in and outside the classroom. This
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Rachel Boatwright History 101 Dr. Tanya Kevorkian Midterm Exam February 24, 2011 Historians gather information from multiple sources to paint an accurate picture of the past. This is evident in our study of Renaissance artists, as the we examine the textb
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Rachel Boatwright 12/10/2012 HIST 206, MWF 22:50 Final Essay At the beginning of the semester, my answer to this prompt was that I wanted to give my future students a greater learning opportunity than I had in high school. This still answers the question
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Millersville University Department of Mathematics MATH 211, Calculus II, Test 1 July 28, 2009 Name Answer Key Please answer the following questions. Your answers will be evaluated on their correctness, completeness, and use of mathematical concepts we hav
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Millersville University Department of Mathematics MATH 211, Calculus II, Test 1 February 8, 2011 Name Answer Key Please answer the following questions. Your answers will be evaluated on their correctness, completeness, and use of mathematical concepts we
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Exam #2 1) A company has a bond outstanding that is presently selling for $1,150 in the market. It has 18 years to maturity and has 7.75% coupon rate, paying interest quarterly. What is the yield to maturity? (10 pts.) 2) A stock is selling $44. It has be
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Section  Math Problems II n"," KCY tx+m ff Z Instructionsi To rcceivepartial credit, be sure to SHOWYOUR WORKin the space provid,ed,dnd continueon the backof thepage if necessary.CIRCLEthe answerclosest to your calculatedvalue.TURNIN THIS SHEET. 3
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Chemistry 112 Test # 2 1. A 25.0mL sample of 0.100 M HCl is mixed with 20.0 mL of 0.100 M NaOH. The pH of the resulting solution will be nearest 2: excess strong acid. Exact answer: 0.5 mmol HCl/45 mL = 0.011M; pH = 1.95. 2. The HNO3 molecule does n
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PHYS 117 Spring 06 General Astronomy Exam #2 Solution Key INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL to mark your answers on the answer sheet. The
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Chemistry 112 exam # 1 Short answer & multiple choice Write the equilibrium constant expressions for the following equations: CaCO3(s) + 2H+(aq) Ca+2(aq) + CO2(aq) + H2O(l) Spring 2005 2H2O(l) H3O+(aq) + OH(aq) At equilibrium, a chemical system
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PHYS 117 General Astronomy Practice Exam #3 INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL to mark your answers on the answer sheet. The last page is
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PHYS 117 General Astronomy Practice Exam #3 Solutions INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL to mark your answers on the answer sheet. The las
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PHYS 117 General Astronomy Exam #1 INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL. The last page is the math problems. SHOW YOUR WORK for partial cred
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PHYS 117 General Astronomy Solutions Key Exam #1 INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL. The last page is the math problems. SHOW YOUR WORK fo
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PHYS 117 General Astronomy Exam #2 INSTRUCTIONS: Fill out your personal information on the answer sheet provided. Last name, First & Middle initials, and your M number. USE A PENCIL to mark your answers on the answer sheet. The last page is the math
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Millersville University Name Department of Mathematics MATH 211, Calculus II , Final Examination May 10, 2007, 2:45PM4:45PM Please answer the following questions. Your answers will be evaluated on their correctness, completeness, and use of mathemat
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812005 The Ratio Test and the Root Test It is a fact that an increasing sequence of real numbers that is bounded above must converge. M The picture shows an increasing sequence that is bounded above by some number M . It seems reasonable that th
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Jake Terefenko History of the Middle Ages MidSemester Exam Section One: Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed The first Council of Nicea was held in Nicea in present day Turkey in the year 325. The council was called by the Roman Emperor Constantin
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It was the most fearsome dagger High Priest Hanalla had ever laid eyes upon. A golden hilt wrapped in worn but well maintained leather gave way to a curved and serrated blade. The blade, embedded into the inner door of Hanalla's prayer chamber, pinne
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Victor Capecce Comm 100 Final Chapters' Study Guide (Here are many concepts and terms which may be on the final. This is not a comprehensive list, but it does offer a majority of likely terms) Analogy Metaphor Simile Inclusive Language Impromptu Ext
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Course: Honors Comp
Fearful Fallacies Racism, Poverty, and Violence by John Rankin, Cory Ballard, and Robert Haderer Racial Discrimination Station A reflection on racism by J.S. Rankin, Jr. America is seen around the world as the most powerful and prosperous nation on
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Soc 101 Fall 2005 MWF / MW Meeting Times Exam 2 Answer Key Fill in the Blanks (1) title (2) material culture / nonmaterial culture Friday November 11th 2005 (3) correlation (4) socialization agent (5) Some possible answers are: books, magazine art
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Equations for Exam II Note: I am attempting to be comprehensive with this list, but may have missed something. If you come across an equation that is not on the list, please ask whether or not you should add it to the list for memorization. Chapter 5
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The payback period for the following set of cash flows is years. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16) Year 0 1 2 3 4 Cash Flow $2,800 1,300 2,000 1,800 1,400 Explanation: To calculate the payback period, we need to find the time that the
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Course: Introduction To Business
BUAD 101: Project: Poster Presentation Purpose: the purpose of this project is:  To get familiar with the real world applications of the theories and concepts that you learn in this class.  Prepare a professional presentation and present it.  Network w
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Comm. 301 Research Methods Rubin, Ch. 7 exercise Subject Area: African American culture and interpersonal communication Topic Idea: How biracial people identify and how other people identify them 45 journal titles that cover your topic:  Choosing Race:
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In this homework assignment, you will be working through two crashing problems and four earned value problems. All the information you need is included within this Homework packet. Make sure you answer all parts of the questions in their entirety. Once yo
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World 1 Inside Cindy's World Cynthia Quezada GSB0936E: Psychology 202 Katie Rosenthal September 14, 2009 World 2 Inside Cindy's World Outline I. Being Cynthia Lee Gaspar a) Where I'm from. b) Whom my family consisted of. c) Being an only child II. The Joy
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Rachel Boatwright 9/14/10 Wellness: Womens Health Issues Interview Assignment A Conversation with My Mom Michaelene McFadden was born in Hazleton, PA on January 27, 1966. After two girls, Cindy and Valerie, Joe and Violet McFadden had been hoping for a bo
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There are many things that need to be done to help turn The Broadway Caf back into a striving business it once was. One thing is to perform the Porters Five Forces analysis to observe the company from every angle. The five forces are as followed: entry of
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02/23/2011 A Forecasting Growth Rate of Sales B New Machinery 15.00% 2007 $1,250,000 $312,500 $400,000 $712,500 $537,500 $125,000 $55,000 $50,000 $307,500 $76,000 $231,500 $92,600 $138,900 $41,670 $97,230 C $300,000 Proj. 2008 $1,437,500 $359,375 $460,000
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The Down and Out Co. just issued a dividend of $2.21 per share on its common stock. The company is expected to maintain a constant 6 percent growth rate in its dividends indefinitely. If the stock sells for $60 a share, the company's cost of equity is per
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Mullineaux Corporation has a target capital structure of 57 percent common stock, 5 percent preferred stock, and 38 percent debt. Its cost of equity is 16 percent, the cost of preferred stock is 7.1 percent, and the cost of debt is 9.2 percent. The releva
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Big Time, Inc., is proposing a rights offering. Presently there are 350,000 shares outstanding at $68 each. There will be 53,000 new shares offered at $54 each. a. The new market value of the company is $. (Do not include the dollar sign ($).) b. There ar
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Solutions Manual Fundamentals of Corporate Finance 9th edition Ross, Westerfield, and Jordan Updated 12202008 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE Answers to Concepts Review and Critical Thinking Questions 1. Capital budgeting (deciding whether t
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The most recent financial statements for Throwing Copper Co. are shown here (Do not include the dollar sign ($). Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16): Income Statement Balance Sheet Sales $55,000 Current assets $26,730 Longterm debt $59,4
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Course: Music Culture
Assignment 3 Analysis Assignment: Putting Things Together The principles of Unity and Variety apply to all music, regardless of composition style or historical period. Now that you are familiar with the concepts in the first section of the course (Ba
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(Feb 2005 version; adapted by C. Hardy from www.divagis.org, updated Jan 2009) In class, no points. This tutorial guides you through some commands in DIVAGIS. Its purpose is to make you familiar with some of the most basic aspects of the program. M
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PABL 65.98 161.15 0 ENJA 70.93 8.67 9 ENAS 78.92 11.93 8 ENSB 78.25 15.47 29 ENAN 69.30 16.15 14 ENDU 69.07 18.53 79 ENTC 69.68 18.92 10 ENBJ 74.52 19.02 16 ENSR 69.78 20
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Course: PHYSICS 2 WITH CALCULUS
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 4 8. (a) We use Eq. 2817: C 4 ab b a 4 8.85 pF m 40.0 10 3 m 38.0 10 3 m 40.0 10 3 m 38.0 10 3 m 0 0 85pF. (b) Let the area required be A. Then C C b a 0 A b a , or A 85 pF 2.0 10 3 m 8.85 pF m 0.019 m2 190 cm2 . 18. (a)
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 2 20. We set a coordinate system with the origin at the center of the dipole, the x axis through the point P and the y axis through the charge +q. The fields due to the individual charges make an angle with the xaxis. The xc
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 7 10. The intensity is I c B max 2 0 2 3.0 108 m s 1.0 10 4 T 2 4 10 H m 7 2 2 1.2 106 W m 2 . 41. The initial beam has intensity I 0 43W m2 and is vertically polarized. Since the first polarizing sheet has its polarizati
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 5 18. We consider the point at which it enters the fieldfilled region, velocity vector pointing downward. The field points out of the page so that v B points leftward, which indeed seems to be the direction of the force; therefor
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 3 4. The electrostatic potential difference is given by Eq. 258 as V W elec q , where W elec is the work done by the field as the charge q moves in the electric field. (a) VB V A W elec e 3.94 10 1 9 J 1.60 10 1 9C 2.46 V. 2
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 1 12. The fact that the spheres are identical allows us to conclude that when two spheres are in contact, charge is redistributed so that they possess equal charges. Therefore, when a charged sphere (q) touches an uncharged one, t
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Name: Answer Key Directions: Fill in the blanks with the words from the word bank. Word Bank: Harvest Pulp Schooners Machete Trade Support Many people support their families by growing and selling crops. Farmers harvest their crops to sell to peop
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People Ken Griffey Jr. Brett Favre Places Canada London Activities Baseball Running Football Basketball Milsim Hank Aaron California MLB Stadiums Weight Training Events Baseball Games Football Games Road Races(Running) Rock Con
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BIOL 221 Concepts of Botany Laboratory Syllabus Spring 2009 Section 1B Instructor: Dr. Ryan Wagner Email: Ryan.Wagner@millersville.edu Office Hours: Mon: 122; Thurs: 24; Fri: 910; Office: Roddy 274 Phone: 8723789 or by appointment Lab Text:
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Experiment 9 Determination Iron and Copper in Vitamin Tablets by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry Chem 265 1C (Tuesday) Lab Completed: Lab Submitted: April 1, 2008 April 15, 2008 Team Members: Andrew Dixon Jennifer V. Nguyen Mathew T. Smith
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Purpose: To analyze copper and zinc ion from a vitamin tablet using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, a calibration plot and the standard addition spike method for copper. Procedure: A vitamin tablet was digested in 25 mL of 8 M HCl into a 150 mL
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Chapter 9 Strategy Review, Evaluation, and Control Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 9 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall
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Chapter 11 Global / International Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 11 2
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Chapter 4 The Internal Assessment Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 4 2 Internal
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Chapter 8 Implementing Strategies: Marketing, Finance/Accounting, R&D, and MIS Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 8 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Educatio
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Strategic Decision Making Process 3. 3(a). Scan and Assess External Environment Societal Task 1. Background Information History and Timetable And Evaluate Current Performance 1(a). Examine and Evaluate the current Mission Objectives Strategies Policies 2.
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Chapter 10 Business Ethics/ Social Responsibility/ Environmental Sustainability Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 10 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, In
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Exhibit 1 CASE ANALYSIS EVALUATION FORM Case_ Name_ Excellent + I. Acceptable CURRRENT SITUATION A. Performance _ II. Poor  B. Strategic Posture _ CORPORATE GOVERNANCE A. Board of Directors _ B. Top Management _ III. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT A. Societal  O
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Term Project BUAD 455 Assumptions: In this project, imagine that you (students) are highly paid consultants for the company that is assigned to them. The consultants task is to carefully audit strategy of a major corporation and prepare a formal report an
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Chapter 6 Strategy Analysis & Choice Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 6 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 6 2 Strat
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Chapter 7 Implementing Strategies: Management & Operations Issues Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 7 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing a
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Chapter 3 The External Assessment Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 3 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 3 2 External
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Chapter 5 Strategies in Action Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 5 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 5 2 Long Term O
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Chapter 1 The Nature of Strategic Management Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 1 1 Strategic Management Defined Art & science of formulating, implementing,
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Chapter 2 The Business Vision & Mission Strategic Management: Concepts & Cases 13th Edition Fred David Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 2 1 Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Ch 2 2 Vi
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CONTENT AND SKILL SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE UNIFORM CPA EXAMINATION Approved by the Board of Examiners American Institute of Certified Public Accountants May 15, 2009 Effective Date: January 1, 2011 Board of Examiners Examinations Team American Institute of
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Chapter 14 Audit of the Sales and Collection Cycle: Tests of Controls and Substantive Tests of Transactions Review Questions 141 a. b. c. d. e. The bill of lading is a document prepared at the time of shipment of goods to a customer indicating the descri
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February19,2014 Chapter8&9 Chapter8AuditPlanningandAnalyticalProcedures PlanningandRiskmoreinthenextchapter ClientAcceptanceengagementletter StaffingandExperts UnderstandClientBusinessandIndustry Clienttours,managementandgovernance,boardminutes, ClientBus
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DueDates September18,2013 Chapter5,6&7 2/19:Case1 Chapter5LegalLiability Environment FailureandRisk LiabilitiestoClients ThirdPartyLiabilityUnderCommonLawandSecuritiesLaw CriminalLiability Chapter6AuditResponsibilitiesandObjectives AuditorResponsibilities
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Chapter 7 Audit Evidence Review Questions 71 In both a legal case and in an audit of financial statements, evidence is used by an unbiased person to draw conclusions. In addition, the consequences of an incorrect decision in both situations can be equall
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January29,2014 Chapters3&4 DueDates 2/12:IndividualCase1 3/5:GroupCase2 DiscussIntroductoryCaseLakesideCompany Chapter3AuditReports SOXSect404InternalControlReport Summaryp.63: Unqualified Unqualifiedwithexplanatoryparagraphormodifiedwording Materiality Q
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MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Strategic Management  BUAD 455 BUAD 455 3.0 Cr. Strategic Management Technology enhanced session 01/21/1405/10/14 BUAD 455 0: Prerequisite: BUAD 202 AND BUAD 231 AND BUAD 306 AND BUAD 307 BUAD 308 AND BUAD 341 AND
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BCG (Boston Consulting Group) Matrix: BCG matrix is used for Portfolio Analysis of a company. It means it evaluates different divisions of a company for their financial performance and it is an advantage for the company to keep investing on the division.
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The Lakeside Company: Auditing Cases 1. ANALYSIS OF A POTENTIAL AUDIT CLIENT Benjamin M. Rogers is the president of the Lakeside Company, a retailer and distributor of consumer electronics (such as televisions) based in Richmond, Virginia. Although King a
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BUAD 455 Assignments / projects / tests The followings explain about your assignments in this class. All assignments are submitted either on D2L or mymanagementlab.com. Type your answer in Microsoft word document. Use font 12, times. Send your folders as
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Chapter 26 Internal and Governmental Financial Auditing and Operational Auditing Review Questions 261 Internal auditors who perform financial auditing are responsible for evaluating whether their companys internal controls are designed and operating e ff
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Chapter 25 Other Assurance Services Review Questions 251 Levels of assurance represent the degree of certainty the practitioner has attained, and wishes to convey, that the conclusions stated in his or her report are correct. Audits of historical financi
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Chapter 24 Completing the Audit Review Questions 241 There are four presentation and disclosurerelated audit objectives: PRESENTATION AND DISCLOSURERELATED AUDIT OBJECTIVES DESCRIPTION Occurrence and rights and obligations Accountrelated information a
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Chapter 23 Audit of Cash and Financial Instruments Review Questions 231 The appropriate tests for the ending balance in the cash accounts depend heavily on the initial assessment of control risk, tests of controls, and substantive tests of transactions f
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Chapter 21 Audit of the Inventory and Warehousing Cycle Review Questions 211 Inventory is often the most difficult and time consuming part of many audit engagements because: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Inventory is generally a major item on the balance sheet and ofte
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Chapter 22 Audit of the Capital Acquisition and Repayment Cycle Review Questions 221 Four examples of interest bearing liability accounts commonly found on balance sheets are: 1. 2. 3. 4. Notes payable Contracts payable Mortgages payable Bonds payable Th
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Chapter 20 Audit of the Payroll and Personnel Cycle Review Questions 201 General ledger accounts that are likely to be affected by the payroll and personnel cycle in most audits include the following: Cash Inventory Construction in progress Wages payable
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Chapter 18 Audit of the Acquisition and Payment Cycle: Tests of Controls, Substantive Tests of Transactions, and Accounts Payable Review Questions 181 a. Asset accounts: b. Liability accounts: c. Office supplies Delivery equipment Machinery and equipment
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Chapter 19 Completing the Tests in the Acquisition and Payment Cycle: Verification of Selected Accounts Review Questions 191 Because the source of the debits in the asset account is the acquisitions journal (or similar record), the current period acquisi
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Chapter 16 Completing the Tests in the Sales and Collection Cycle: Accounts Receivable Review Questions 161 Tests of details of balances are designed to determine the reasonableness of the balances in sales, accounts receivable, and other account balance
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Chapter 17 Audit Sampling for Tests of Details of Balances Review Questions 171 The most important difference between (a) tests of controls and substantive tests of transactions and (b) tests of details of balances is in what the auditor wants to measure
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Chapter 15 Audit Sampling for Tests of Controls and Substantive Tests of Transactions Review Questions 151 A representative sample is one in which the characteristics of interest for the sample are approximately the same as for the population (that is, t
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Chapter 13 Overall Audit Strategy and Audit Program Review Questions 131 The five types of tests auditors use to determine whether financial statements are fairly stated include the following: Risk assessment procedures Tests of controls Substantive test
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Chapter 12 The Impact of Information Technology on the Audit Process Review Questions 121 The proper installation of IT can lead to internal control enhancements by replacing manually performed controls with computerperformed controls. ITbased accountin
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Chapter 11 Fraud Auditing Review Questions 111 Fraudulent financial reporting is an intentional misstatement or omission of amounts or disclosures with the intent to deceive users. Two examples of fraudulent financial reporting are accelerating the timin
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Chapter 9 Materiality and Risk Review Questions 91 The parts of planning are: accept client and perform initial planning, understand the clients business and industry, assess client business risk, perform preliminary analytical procedures, set materialit
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Chapter 10 Internal Control, Control Risk, and Section 404 Audits Review Questions 101 Management typically has three broad objectives in designing effective internal controls. 1. Reliability of Financial Reporting Management is responsible for preparing
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Chapter 8 Audit Planning and Analytical Procedures Review Questions 81 There are three primary benefits from planning audits: it helps the auditor obtain sufficient appropriate evidence for the circumstances, helps keep audit costs reasonable, and helps
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Chapter 6 Audit Responsibilities and Objectives Review Questions 61 The objective of the audit of financial statements by the independent auditor is the expression of an opinion on the fairness with which the financial statements present financial positi
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Chapter 5 Legal Liability Review Questions 51 Several factors that have affected the increased number of lawsuits against CPAs are: 1. The growing awareness of the responsibilities of public accountants on the part of users of financial statements. 2. An
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Chapter 4 Professional Ethics 41 Review Questions The six core ethical values described by the Josephson Institute are: 1. Trustworthiness 2. Respect 3. Responsibility 4. Fairness 5. Caring 6. Citizenship There are many other potential sources of ethical
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Chapter 3 Audit Reports Review Questions 31 Auditors reports are important to users of financial statements because they inform users of the auditors opinion as to whether or not the financial statements are fairly stated or whether no conclusion can be
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Chapter 2 The CPA Profession 21 Review Questions The four major services that CPAs provide are: 1. Audit and assurance services Assurance services are independent p rofessional services that improve the quality of information for decision makers. Assuran
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1Chapter 1 The Demand for Audit and Other Assurance Services Review Questions 11 The relationship among audit services, attestation services, and assurance services is reflected in Figure 13 on page 12 of the text. An assurance service is an independent
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1/22 Chapters1&2 DueDates: 1/29IntroCase 2/12Case1 SyllabusandWebsite Chapter1 Chapter2 SomeDefinitions StructureoftheProfession EconomicDemandforAuditing WhatdoCPAFirmsDo? AssuranceandAttesting LegalForms AuditofHistoricalF/SandInternalControl CareerPath
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Course: Introduction To Business
MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Introduction to Business  BUAD 101 12669 BUAD10101 3.0 Introductionto Business W 6:009:00pm 01/17/1105/07/11 MCCOM303 G3 BUAD10101:NocreditforBUADmajors Professor: M. Ghoreishi, Ph.D. Office: McComsey Hall 338 Offi
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BAUD.341 Managerial Finance I Syllabus Summer 2008 General Information: McComskey 350 Office phone: 8712273 Home phone: 2841922 eric.blazer@millersville.edu www.millersville.edu/~eblazer/ Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00 6:00 pm Wednesd
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BAUD.346 Cost Accounting Syllabus Fall 2008 General Information: McComskey 350 Office phone: 8712273 Home phone: 2841922 eric.blazer@millersville.edu http:/www.millersv.edu/~eblazer/ Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30 4:30 Wednesday 2:00 3:00 Thursday
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Course: General Psychology
Course Syllabus Course: General Psychology  Psyc 100 Millersville University Fall 2006 Dr. Elizabeth Thyrum Byerly Rm. 207  MWF 1010:50 Instructor: Place/Time: Course Description: General Psychology offers an introduction to the scientific stud
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SPED 101 Fall 2007 Department of Special Education Millersville University SPED 101: Orientation to Special Education (3 credit hours) Fall 2007 Professor Office Hours Email Phone Office Ellen M. Long, Ph.D. Monday 9:00 10:00, Wednesday 9:0011:0
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Biology 291 Marine Biology, Fall 2006 Dr. Dominique Didier Dagit Caputo 201; phone 8723420 email dominique.dagit@millersville.edu Office Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9 10 am; Wed. 9  11 am, Thur. 3  4 pm, or by appointment Lecture: Roddy 286 Laboratory:
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ESCI 221.01 (4 s.h.) Physical Geology: Lecture (G2, L) Fall 2007 T,Th 1:002:15 p.m. Roddy Hall 149 Professor: Jason R. Price, P.G., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Geology Office: Brossman Hall 109 (please see map on back page) Phone: 8723005 email:
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1 Department of Special Education Millersville University Spring 2008 Tuesday & Thursday 1:00 2:15 Stayer Hall Special Education 212.01  Psychological Aspects of Individuals With Disabilities Prerequisites  SPED 101 Instructor Thomas J. Neuville,
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Course: Into To American Government
Department of Government and Political Affairs GOVT 111.03 Introduction to American Government MWF 1:001:50 PM Byerly Hall 230 Dr. Michael Faber Fall 2007 TELEPHONE/EMAIL Campus: 871.2454, 872.3550 EMail: michael.faber@millersville.edu OFFICE HOUR
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Course: Intro To Political Theory
Department of Government and Political Affairs GOVT 231.01 Introduction to Political Theory TR 4:005:15 PM McComsey 206 Professor Michael Faber Spring 2008 TELEPHONE/EMAIL Campus: 871.2454, 872.3550 EMail: michael.faber@millersville.edu OFFICE HOU
The average total SAT score for students admitted to Millersville for the 2012 academic year was 1535. This combined score can be broken into 520 for math, 515 for critical reading and 500 for writing.
The average ACT score for students admitted to Millersville for the 20132014 academic year was 21.5.
At Millersville, 98% of students submitted an SAT score, but Millersville accepts both the SAT and ACT.
Secondary School Record  Secondary School GPA  Secondary School Rank  Letters of Recommendation  Admission Test Score  AP Credits 

Required  Required  Recommended  Required  Required  Yes 
The tuition cost for instate students attending Millersville is $6,428. For outofstate students, that cost increases to $16,070.
Financial aid options are available to students at Millersville. In 2013, 84 percent of firsttime students attending Millersville received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  1,084  84%     
Grant Aid  636  49%  $3,519,124  $5,533 
Student Loans  973  75%  $6,867,839  $7,058 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  3,906  51%  $20,687,843  $5,296 
Student Loans  5,241  69%  $35,846,527  $6,840 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
20102011  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
20092010  $0  $0  $0  $0  $0 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

PostMaster's Degree  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 

: 
0.003 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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