Stephen Krycerick
Biography
My name is Stephen Krycerick. I am a second year Computer Information Systems major. I am taking this
course to receive a background in accounting for my major and to obtain my degree from MCC and
transfer to R.I.T. I have not
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Stephen Krycerick
ACC-102-SL1
9/25/2016
Target Company
Statement of Cash Flows
For the Year Ended December 31, 2015
Cash Flows from operating activites:
Net Income
Adjustments to reconcile net income to n
Name (2 points)
Stephen Krycerick
Date
10/6/2016
Fall 2016
Read all the directions in the exam module before starting.
You must show all calculations, formulas etc.for all problems where appropriate or NO
show work here
(b)
(c )
CREDIT GIVEN
Place
Answer
Megan Brown
Professor Evans
Chapter 1 Problems
29 August 2016
DQ-15) The revenue recognition principle is needed to keep a business from seeming
more or less profitable than it is. It helps to keep this from happening by laying out when a
company must rep
Assignment:Review Problem #2
Student Nam
Rocco Gest
Date Submitt
9/5/2016
Date Posted:8/29/2016
Due Date: TUESDAY, 9/6/2016, 9:00 AM Submit ONLY in the Dropbox
make sure your file is appropriately formatted for easy and
The following account balances were
Rocco Gest
ACCT 365-01
Bill Dresnack
16 September, 2016
Review Problem 3
1. The difference between a classified balance sheet and an unclassified balance sheet is that
an unclassified balance sheet does not split up the assets and liabilities into current
Assignment:
Student Name:
Date Submitted:
RP3
Rocco Gest
9/15/2016
Question 4
ROMA, INC.
Balance Sheet
15-Sep-16
Assets:
Current Assets
Cash
Equity Investments (trading)
Notes Receivable
Income Taxes Receivable
Inventory
Prepaid Expenses
Total Current Ass
Information Systems Auditing and Assurance Services
Week 1
Agenda
Class Introduction
Syllabus Review
Career Opportunities
Why do we audit?
Auditing processes and controls
IT Fundamentals
Networks
Operating Systems
Applications
Databases
The data access pa
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Table of contents
1. Valeant Files Overdue Annual Report, Shakes Up Its Board; 10-K offers new information about Philidor
revenue transactions, regulatory investigations.
04 May
Bruto 1 is the employer's full cost of employment
True or False
Which contribution is borne by the employee
HZZO (health insurance) or Mirovinsko osiguranje (pension insurance)
Prirez (tax surcharge) is computed depending on the employee's
Number of depen
Robust Design
Dr. Carol Romanowski
RIT
Always pick the level with the highest S/N
ratio
Four classes of factors
Class
Class
Class
Class
I: Big effect on both S/N and mean
II: Big effect only on S/N
III: Big effect only on mean
IV: No/little effect on eith
Robust design
I.
Modifying orthogonal arrays
Usually not necessary to have more than three levels of numeric factors
But for nominal factors, we may need more levels
Three techniques to change arrays:
1. Downgrading a column (dummy levels)
2. Upgrading a
Session 2
Review: the Z-score
The z-score represents the number of standard deviations that a data
value is from the mean. We find the z-score by subtracting the mean
from the individual data values and dividing this result by the standard
deviation.
Eith
10/10/2013
Perform statistical testing
ANOVA
Refine model
Remove non-significant variables from full model
Analyze residuals
9/21/11
May again refine model if assumptions are
violated or model is inadequate
Interpret results
Graphical analysis
Main ef
10/10/2013
SST = SSTreatments + SS Error
SSTreatments (large reflects large differences
large)
large
in treatment means
SSTreatments (small likely indicates no
small)
small
differences in treatment means
Usually calculate SSTotal and SSTreatments first,
t
Optimize around a function, not a number
Optimize over a range of values, not just one
Dynamic factor chosen before the
experiment, using engineering knowledge
System
Golfing
Skiing
Car
Car
Automatic Transmission
Mill
Controller
Injection molding
Metal p
Descriptive statistics review
Basic statistics
In order to understand data, we need to have a method to
describe them mathematically. We call that statistics.
Descriptive statistics do exactly what they say they
mathematically describe the data. These sta
Blocking in RBCD and Latin
Squares
Blocking and nuisance factors
Definition of a nuisance factor
Three types:
K&C
K&U
U&U
Can you think of examples?
How do we compensate for NFs?
Experimental error reflects random error
and variability between tes
Basic ANOVA concepts
Calculating the ANOVA
One-way ANOVA
Two-way ANOVA
N-way ANOVA
With the rats, we are testing two levels of the
factor red blood cell mass.
What if there are more than two factor levels?
Suppose we want to test 5 levels of cotton
weight
Name_ Sample Test Key for Midterm 1 (Chapters 1 4) Multiple Choice - Circle the one best answer. 1. The primary accounting standard-setting body in the United States is the a. Securities and Exchange Commission. b. Internal Revenue Service. c. Financial A
Specific ID
Date
1-Jan units
cost/unit
total cost
(P)urchases
COGS
Purchases
$1,950.00
10-Jan units
cost/unit
total cost
20-Jan units
cost/unit
total cost
100
Total
COGS
$1,025.00
EI
180
5
15
40
$4.50
$5.00
$6.00
EI
60
$5.00
$300.00
100
25-Jan units
cost/
Chapter 12 Key Points
Reporting & Analyzing Cash Flow
Statement of Cash Flows is one of our 4 Major Financial Statements.
Cash Flow represents the net change in cash from year to year.
Cash Flow changes due to Operations, Investing, and Financing.
Opera
Chapter 10 Key Points
Reporting & Analyzing Long Term Liabilities
Long Term Liabilities is a Liability Account.
Long term means > 1 year or the operating cycle of the company.
Long Term Liabilities is a Bond.
Bonds are usually issued at par or face val