1
1
1.
The Allen Company uses a job-order costing system.
The following activity took place during the month of
March:
Required: Prepare journal entries to record the information above. Key your entries by the letters a through i.
Assume all purchases are
Lecture 13
Accounting for Inventory
1
Previous Class
Gross sales vs. Net sales
Bad debt expense: allowance method
Allowance for doubtful accounts
Aging of A/R method
Write off bad debt
2
Today
We will go over three ways to account for inventory.
In othe
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
(9.2 in MFE book; 5.4 in Stewart)
Jankowski, Math for Economics II
December 9, 2014
Jankowski, Math for Economics II
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus(9.2 in MFE book; 5.4 in Stewa
Example 1
Let
f (t) =
1
2t
4 t2
if 0 t 1
if
Invertible Matrices, Determinants, and Cramers
Rule (16.1-16.8)
Trush, Math for Economics II
February 26, 2015
Trush, Math for Economics II
Invertible Matrices, Determinants, and Cramers Rule (16.1-16.8)
Consider
3x1 + 4x2 = 3
5x1 + 6x2 = 7
This is the ma
Leontief Input-Output Model (16.9)
March 24, 2015
Leontief Input-Output Model (16.9)
Basic Setup
Consider an economy with n sectors. Their outputs x1 , x2 , ., xn
are listed as a column vector.
Intermediate demand: the demand from the n sectors required i
Integration by Substitution
(9.6 in MFE book, 5.5 in e-book)
April 16, 2015
Integration by Substitution(9.6 in MFE book, 5.5 in e-book)
Warm-Up
Lets nd
2
2xe x dx.
What we CANT do:
2
2xe x dx =
Also note
2x dx
ex
2
dx ( (f g ) =
2
f
g)
2
e x dx is NOT e
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Mobile: (508) 596-5230
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Dear Dr. Timothy Hale,
I am a second semester senior from Bridgewater State University completing a degree in
Computer Scienc
Ex: List A has 10 values, with average 82.2 and standard deviation 15.0. List B has 8 values, with average 106 and standard deviation 20.0.
What is the standard deviation of the new list?
Requires the standard deviation calculation in this form:
s =
=
2
2
In criminal litigation, more than in civil actions, township courts were constrained by official
definitions of right and wrong behaviors. Court personnel were impressively familiar with the
law codes made available to them.
Like the statutes of the misd
Principles of Financial Accounting
Mid-Term Exam 1 (Practice Exam)
Professor Yiwei Dou
Name _
Section: 9:30 AM Class / 11:00 AM Class (Please circle)
General Instructions:
Please follow the Stern Schools Code of Conduct requirements. The penalty for cheat
Antiderivatives and Areas: Intro to Integration
(9.1, 9.2 in MFE book; 5.1 in Stewart)
March 25, 2015
Antiderivatives and Areas: Intro to Integration(9.1, 9.2 in MFE b
A function F is an antiderivative of f on an interval I if
F (x) = f (x)
for all x in I
Statistics for Business Control,
Regression and Forecasting
Random Variables &
Probability Distributions
See Pamphlet for notes on
Hypergeometric Distribution
Instructor: Kevin Brabazon
Learning Objectives
1. Distinguish Between the Two Types of
Random Va
Probability
Statistics for Business Control and Regression Analysis Fall 2006
1
Probability
Probability is the basic language of statistics
Probability vs Statistics
Probability: a fair coin is tossed 10 time; what is the
probability of getting 8 heads?
Lecture 12
Sales Revenue
and Accounts Receivable
1
Todays Class
Gross Revenue vs. Net Revenue
Credit card discount
Sales discount
Sales returns and allowances
How to account for uncollectable receivables
(Allowance for doubtful accounts)
2
Gross Reve
Lecture 11
Shareholders Equity (2)
Previous Class
Common Stock
Preferred Stock
Treasury Stock
Cash Dividends
2
Todays Class
Accumulated Other Comprehensive
Income
Stock Dividends
Stock Splits
3
A quick note on Accumulated Other
Comprehensive Income
Th
Lecture 11
Shareholders Equity
Financing Operations
The money needed to operate business may be financed by:
1. Retained earnings (Reinvested Profits)
2. Equity issuance
3. Debt
Debt
Debt holders are creditors
Interest is required
Interest is an expense a
Lecture 10
Bonds (2)
1
Previous Class
Basics about bonds
Pricing a bond
Issue at Par
Issue at a discount
Issue at a premium
Accounting for the issuance of bonds
Bond trading
2
Todays class
After the issuance of bonds
Issue at Par
Issue at a disc
Lecture 10
Bonds
1
This Class
Basics about bonds
Pricing a bond
Issue at Par
Issue at a discount
Issue at a premium
Accounting for the issuance of bonds
Bond trading
2
Bond Terms
Face value or par value
This is the amount printed on the bond cert
Lecture 9
Liabilities (2)
1
This Session
What are liabilities?
Current and Non-current liabilities
Compute NPV for long-term liabilities
Three payment schedules and accounting
treatments for the first two
2
Liabilities Defined and
Classified
Probable futu
Lecture 9
Liabilities:
Net Present Value
1
This Session
Given a set of cash inflows or outflows
Learn to compute a Present Value (PV)
Learn to compute a Net Present Value (NPV), which is
the sum of multiple Present Values
There are some shortcuts for
Optional questions for review. Midterm 1
Complete any or all of these questions. Solutions are posted . Numbers are from MBS10 [10th
ed], MBS 11 [11th ed] and MBS 12 [12th ed]
MBS 10
2.102
2.110
3.38
3.40
3.48
3.60
3.82
3.84
4.44
4.52
4.60
No equivalent
q
Simple Linear Regression
Instructor: Kevin Brabazon
Probabilistic Models
General form of Probabilistic Models
Y = Deterministic Component + Random
Error
where
E(y) = Deterministic Component
Probabilistic Models
First Order (Straight-Line) Probabilistic Mo
Principles of Financial Accounting
Mid-Term Exam 1 (Practice Exam)
Professor Yiwei Dou
Name _
Section: 9:30 AM Class / 11:00 AM Class (Please circle)
General Instructions:
Please follow the Stern Schools Code of Conduct requirements. The penalty for cheat
Sample Final Exam: Solutions
Question 2
In this UN data set, female life expectancy in years (lifeexpf) is regressed onto birthrate (birthrat=number of live births
per 1,000 of the population), natural log of doctors (lndocs; where docs=number of doctors
STAT-UB.0103
Sample exam 1
_
Please put your name above. You may use books, notes, calculators, and statistical tables
in taking this exam. There are five problems, each worth 20 points. The problems are
not necessarily equally difficult, and the problems
Week 6P Howard
1. How are the number of electoral votes decided for each state? How many electoral votes are
in your home state? Which Presidential candidate (Obama or Romney) won your states
electoral votes in the 2012 election?
Each states electoral vot
Fiduciary Duties
Week 6P Howard
Patrice L. Howard
Fiduciary Duties
Grantham University
Patriceh83
[Pick the date]
1
Fiduciary Duties
Week 6P Howard
Fiduciary duty is an individual who has been placed utmost confidence and trust by another
person to fully
A)
Event
3a.
3b.
Assets
=
Liab.
1+
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B)
Ozark Sales
General Journal for 2016
Event
Account Title
Debit
1 Cash
Common Stock
3a.
3b.
Credit
50,000
50,000
2 Merchandise Inven 380,000
Accounts Payable
380,000
Cash ($5
Week 7P Howard
Insects are defiantly creatures that are underappreciated and misunderstood. The biological
characteristics that an insect has, have contributed to their success in many ways. Insects are
adaptable to many environments such as deserts, whic