Art 131-Living With Art, 9th edition Chapter 1 Study Questions
1. Our textbook tells us that this artist spent his life searching for forms that were simple,
pure, and timeless. Who was he? Did his work reflect his lifelong search? Why or why
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Art 131-Living With Art, 9th edition Chapter 3 Study Questions
1. Is it possible, according to our textbook, for a work of art to reflect more than one
- Yes, just as a work of art can hold many meanings and inspire multiple interpretations,
According to the UN Environment Programme how many species have gone extinct in the past century?
Selected Answer: Correct More than 800
Admonitions from the Bible have often been used to
Correct Justify exploitation of nature
Art 131-Living With Art, 9th edition Chapter 11 Study Questions
1. Why is the carving method considered to be a subtractive process, more aggressive than modeling, and
more direct than casting?
- Carving is more aggressive than modeling, more direct than
Symbolism of the Mountain Kilimanjaro
A. The Snowy Mountaintop as a symbol of what Harry might have been
Symbolism of the hyenas
A. The hyenas represents Harrys failures and shortcomings
B. Hyena also represents death
Direct Materials Inventory: Beginning 37,000, Ending 34,000
Work in process Invty: Beg: 52,100, Ending: 55,000
Finished Goods Invty: Beg: 12,000, Ending: 14,000
Direct Materials Used during year amount: $46,000
Cost of Goods Sold for the year: $53,000
Short-Run Pricing Decision: Special Orders
U-develop has received a one-time offer for 500 prints at a special price of 40 cents per print
The regular price is 50 cent and they have enough idle capacity in the week to take the offer
Which of the following statements are true?
Per unit fixed costs are only valid at one volume
Putting fixed costs on a per unit basis makes it appear that they are variable costs
The cost of parts purchased by a manufacturer is classified as direct mate
Apple, Inc. incurs many types of costs in its operations.
For each cost in the following table, identify the stage in the value chain where this cost is incurred.
Programmer costs for a new operating system.
Costs to ship computers to custo
2. Sunk cost are costs that have been previously gained but can no longer change by decisions made in
the present or future. For example, when company spent money on expenses such as employees
salaries or office space. Differential cost are costs that dif
Chapter 5 Review Questions
True or False?
1. Gross income includes all income realized during the year.
2. Excluded income will never be subject to the federal income tax.
3. The all-inclusive definition of income means that gross in
In Williams A Street Car Named Desire, Blanche avoids the bright lights because of her
insecurities and mostly to hide the reality of her fading beauty especially from her admirer Mitch
(Williams 143). Williams clarifies this when Blanche covers the light
Wollstonecraft and Barbauld:
Wollstonecraft is dedicates Vindication to M. Tallyrand because he is involved in drawing up the new
constitution of post-Revolution France. She is peeved that more men are getting the right to votethe
new liberte, egalite, fr
A species can withstand a wide range of pH as an adult but the juveniles can only withstand a narrow range of pH.
The abiotic factor, pH, would best be described as a
Correct Critical factor
Cheetahs can run extremely fast because
Correct An ancestor that
In Hemingways The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Harry was a writer and he was poor as well. Prior
to his wife, he had been with other wealthy women. He would live off of their money until it was
gone and after he would move on to the next wealthiest woman. Howeve
Ms. Evans couldnt solve Old Harjos problem, and ultimately it was
never her problem to solve. The conflict here lies in Old Harjos desire to
keep both of his wives, versus Old Harjos desire to conform to the churchs
wishes so he could join the church. Ms.
The words Nature did not care. To life she set one tasks, gave one law. To
perpetuate was the task of life, its law was death (London 1044) were said
in the story. My perspective is that death is the nature of our beings. We
cannot escape it, fight it or
In Grass by Sandburg the passengers views reflects how little they paid attention to the many
disasters of the ongoing war in the past, which they do not even notice the battlefields when
they see one. The narrator emphasizes this when he stated, What
In Chapter 1 of Huckleberry Finn, Huck desired to be his own individual and
do the things he preferred doing. At the beginning of the chapter Huck is
taken in by the widow to be her son, and to be educated of ways to become
civilized. However, the thought
It would have been a great revenge for Tennessees Partner considering how
Tennessee ran away with his wife. However, regardless of Tennessees
actions, I dont think Tennessees Partner attempted for revenge. He is by all
accounts a committed and genuine com
Based off the evidence in the text, the Eastern narrator can be described as an
intelligent and an eloquent man. He is consider to be a well-educated man. For
instance, his choice of words when describing Simon Wheeler as a good-natured and
The Yellow Wallpaper was written as Gilmans own exaggerated version of
her own experiences from her past. Gilman did not portray those as acts of a
madwoman, because she wanted to illustrate the idea of the domination of
women in a patriarchal society. At
2. The difference between product and period costs are that, product cost is considered a manufacturing
cost. This means that product cost includes all costs related to the production of the goods produced.
Such as direct materials, direct labor, and manu
1. Which of the following statements are true?
Differential costs change in response to alternative courses of action
Sunk costs are never differential
2. Using price-based costing instead of cost-based pricing is the concept of target costing
Chapter 28 Banking in the Digital Age
Section 1: Checks
Checks is a special type of draft that is drawn on a bank, ordering the bank to
pay a fixed amount of money on demand.
a. Cashiers Checks
- A check cashed by the cashier and is a negotiable instrum
Chapter 29 Creditors Rights and Remedies
Section 1: Laws Assisting Creditors
Common law and Statutory laws other than Article 9 of the UCC create
various right and remedies for creditors.
a. an encumbrance on (claim against) property to sati
Chapter 31 Bankruptcy Law
Section 1: The Bankruptcy Code
Article I, Section 8, of the U.S Constitution gave Congress the power to establish uniform laws
on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the Unites States.
The first enacted in 1898 and since the
Classify the following costs as related to Land, Building or Land Improvements and calculate the value of each:
Purchase a plant site which includes land (valued at $80,000) and a building we do not intend to use (valued at $50,000)
Raze the old buildin