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PROBLEM 1DEBIT AND CREDIT20%
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Test 10B
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FILL-IN-THE-BLANKPRINCIPLES AND TERMINOLOGY30%
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Introduction to
Accounting and
Business
1
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
1. Describe the nature of a business and the
role of ethics and accounting in business.
2. Summarize the development of accounting
principles and relate them to
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Chapter Test 1B
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PROBLEMSANALYSIS OF TRANSACTIONS48%
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TEST 1B (Concluded)
INSTRUCTIONS: Indicate the effect of each of
QM 2241 - BUSINESS STATISTICS I
Syllabus
October 2010
Lecturer:
QUOC DINH NGO
qdngo888@yahoo.com.
Pre-requisites:
MTH 1112: Pre-Calculus Algebra
Course Objectives
An introduction to descriptive and inferential statistical concepts and methods including
th
Modern Business Statistics
Chapter 9 / week 9
Hypothesis Testing
Developing Null Hypothesis (Ho) and
Alternative Hypothesis (Ha)
Testing Research Hypothesis
Null hypothesis: Ho: 24
Alternative hypo: Ha: > 24 (research objective)
Need to prove null hypothe
Modern Business Statistics
Chapter 8 / week 8
Interval Estimation
Interval estimate of Population Mean
with known
estimate =x z/ 2
n
_
margin of errors = E
is the LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE
(1-) is the confidence level
Z /2 is the z-value providing /2 in th
Modern Business Statistics
Chapter 7 / week 7
Sampling Distribution
Introduction
Sample mean (x bar) is the point estimator of the
population mean
Sample proportion (p bar) is the point estimate of the
population proportion p
N is the population size,
Modern Business Statistics
Chapter 6 / week 5
Continuous Probability
Distributions
Normal Probability Distribution
The most important probability distribution
Normal Probability density function
(note: the probability is the area under the function)
f (
Modern Business Statistics
Chapter 5 / week 4
Discrete Probability Distributions
Random Variable
Random variable is a numerical description of the outcome
of an event.
Discrete Random variable may assume either a finite number
of values or an infinite s
Modern Business Statistics
Week 3 -Chapter 4B
Probability Theory
Events and Their Probabilities
Event is a collection of sample points
Probability of any event is equal to the sum of the
probabilities of the sample points in the event.
Complement of an
Modern Business Statistics
Week 3 -Chapter 4A
Probability Theory
Probability
Probability is the numerical measure of the likelihood
that an event will occur.
Probability vary from 0 to 1.
Sample space for an experiment is the set of all
experimental out
Modern Business Statistics
Week 2-Chapter 3
Descriptive Statistics
Numerical Measures
Measures of Location
Mean (for EXCEL use AVERAGE)
Sample mean x bar is a point estimator for population mean
= sum(xi)/ N
N is the number of data point for population
Modern Business Statistics
Week 1-Chapter 2
Descriptive Statistics
Summarizing QUALITATIVE data
Frequency distribution using COUNTIF
Relative frequency and Percent Frequency dist.
BAR graphs and PIE charts using Chart
Wizard
Summarizing QUANTITATIVE da
Modern Business Statistics
Week 1-Chapter 1
Data and Statistics
Data- Scales of Measurements
Nominal
No order, distance, Religion: Catholic,
or origin
Baptist
Ordinal
Order- but no
distance or origin
Service: excellent,
good, or poor
Interval
Order, dista
4
Completing the
Accounting Cycle
1
After studying this chapter, you should be
able to:
1. Describe the flow of accounting
information from the unadjusted trial
balance into the adjusted trial balance and
financial statements.
2. Prepare financial stateme
1
Accounting for
Merchandising
Businesses
2
6
After studying this chapter, you should
be able to:
1. Distinguish between the activities and
financial statements of service and
merchandising businesses.
2. Describe and illustrate the financial
statements o
3
After studying this chapter, you should be
able to:
1. Describe the nature of the adjusting
process.
2. Journalize entries for accounts
requiring adjustment.
3. Summarize the adjustment process.
4. Prepare an adjusted trial balance.
The Adjusting
Proces
2
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
Analyzing
Transactions
1. Describe the characteristics of an account and
1
record transactions using a chart of accounts
and journal.
2. Describe and illustrate the posting of journal
entries to accoun
TROY UNIVERSITY STU
Saigon Campus
ACT 2291
Principles of Accounting I
Fall 2010
Instructor
:Linh Le, MPA
Prerequisites
: None
Office Hours
: Contact me in person before and after the class sessions
Some specific hours will be informed students in class.
E
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Chapter Test 11B
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PROBLEM 1ANALYSIS OF TRANSACTIONS60%
INSTRUCTIONS: Indicate the titles of the general ledger accoun
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Chapter Test 11A
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FILL-IN-THE-BLANKPRINCIPLES AND TERMINOLOGY48% INSTRUCTIONS: Complete each of the following stateme
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Test 10B
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Chapter Test 9B
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FILL-IN-THE-BLANKPRINCIPLES AND TERMINOLOGY50%
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TEST 9B (Concluded)
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Chapter Test 9A
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Chapter Test 8B
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PROBLEM 1BANK RECONCILIATION25%
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TEST 8B (Concluded)
INSTRUCTIONS: Indicate the proper place for
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Test 7A
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Chapter Test 6B
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PROBLEM 1FINANCIAL STATEMENTS37 1/2%
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TEST 6B (Concluded)
INSTRUCTIONS: Indicate the placement on
ACHIEVEMENT TEST SOLUTIONSCHAPTER 6
TEST 6A
Problem 1
Financial Statements
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Chapter Test 4B
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FILL-IN-THE-BLANKPRINCIPLES AND TERMINOLOGY28%
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TEST4B (Concluded)
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete each of the