Problem 16 - 3B Gazelle Corporation Statement of Cash Flows For Year Ended Dec. 31, 2008 Cash flows from operating activities Cash received from customers Cash paid for merchandise Cash paid for other expenses Cash paid for income taxes Net cash - operati
Nikhita Kaul Extra Credit #1
Problem 2-39. Required annuity payments Your father is 50 years old and will retire in 10 years. He expects to live for 25 years after he retires, until he is 85. He wants a fixed retirement income that has the same purchasing
Accounting for Partnerships
Conceptual Chapter Objectives
C1: Identify characteristics of partnerships and similar organizations
Analytical Chapter Objectives
A1: Compute partner return on equity and use it to evaluate partnership performance
Ch 19-1A 306 March: Direct Materials Direct Labor Applied Overhead Beginning good in process April: Direct Materials Direct Labor Applied Overhead Total costs in April Total costs $29,000 20,000 10,000 59,000
135,000 85,000 42,500 262,500 $321,500
18-3a Part 1 Costs Plastic for casting- $17,000 Wages for workers-82,000 Property Taxes on factory-$5,000 Accoutning staff salaries-35,000 Drum Stands-26,000 Rent cost of equipment for staff Upper Management salaries-125,000 Annual flat fee paid for maint
Beginning inventory, December 31, 2007 (2,500 x $20) Purchases of blades during 2008 (45,000 x $20) Blade inventory available for production Ending inventory, December 31, 2008 ([2,500+45,000-41,500*] x $20) Blade inventory transferred to product
Return on Invested Capital is the appropriate measure of profitability for strategy formulation. Return on sales or the growth rate of profits fail to account for the capital required to compete in the industry.
Porter's 5 Forces-The framework breaks out
A technique for assessing the organization's internal and external environments is called a _. A. Five Forces B. SWOT analysis C. Benchmarking D. Diversification E. Functional strategy Having a narrow product mix would be a A. Strength B. Weakness C. Thre
The task of rowing an 8 person boat is an example of highly task interdependence.
Task interdependence is the extent to which features of the work itself dictate that it can be completed by the combined efforts of multiple individuals working together.
Below are the questions for the TEAM ANALYSIS:
1. Discuss your Everest results (individual scores, team scores, challenges achieved) for each round and assess/analyze the team effectiveness in overcoming the challenges faced during the simulation. Discuss
Nov. 16, 2009 - BMGT 364
Three types of employees:
-inspirational speeches motivates employees - short term motivation
-problem is that how long does that speech last with you?
circuses are very high costs because of the animals, three rings, acrobats and clowns.
Cirque du soleil:
cut ring masters, animals
reduced the fun and the humor side
raised the standards of the show: they have multiple productions, they have a unique venu
BMGT 301 Fall 2009 Instructor: Xiaoqing Wang
Using Excel for Decision Support BMGT 301 Excel Tutorial I Agenda:
Excel basics Formula Pivot table Chart Conditional formatting What if analysis Goal seek 1. Excel Basics and Formula
Excel is more than a dat
Affective Response: internal emotional reaction the mind/body feels towards meaningful music.
Kinetic Response: expresses feelings towards the music through dance, clapping, nodding and toe-tapping.
Absolute Music: music without any extramusical
Melody : a succession of pitches or tones (more than 2) that makes sense musically, just as a sentence is a series of words that makes sense grammatically. [in other words, it is the more memorable, singable part]
Interval: the distance between 2 pitches.
Music Notes - SEPT 21, 2009
beat - the "pulse" of music
tempo - speed of the beat
allegro - fast
andante - walking pace
largo - extremely slow
metronome - device used to mark the beats of different tempos.
music can have a steady beat.
And the beat can f
Nikhita Kaul Accounting 2 Chapter 14 Homework Problem 14-1A Part 1 a. Cash Flow Par value Interest (annuity). Price of bonds. Bond premium. *$40,000 x 0.10 x = $2,000 b. 2008 Jan. 1 Table B.1 B.3 Table Value* 0.4564 13.5903 Amount $40,000 2,000* Present V
Problem 12-1A (50 minutes) 1. Dec. 31 Income Summary. Kim Ries, Capital. Tere Bax, Capital. Josh Thomas, Capital. To close Income Summary. 2. Dec. 31 Income Summary. Kim Ries, Capital. Tere Bax, Capital. Josh Thomas, Capital. To close Income Summary*. *Su