ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 9
Budgets in Planning and
Decision Making
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Christopher T. McKittrick
CPA, MBA, CFE
College of Management
Chapter 9 - Objectives
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 7
Relevant Costs and
Product/Service Planning
Decisions
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Christopher T. McKittrick
CPA, MBA, CFE
College of Management
Chapter 7
Chapter 01
Overview of Marketing
True / False Questions
1. Marketing is an activity that only large firms with specialized departments can execute.
True
False
2. Good marketing is not a random activity.
True
False
3. Understanding a customer's needs and w
Introduction to Algorithms
Spanning Trees
CSE 680
Prof. Roger Crawfis
Tree
l We
call an undirected graph a tree if the graph
is connected and contains no cycles.
l Trees:
l Not
Trees:
Not
connected
Has a
cycle
Number of Vertices
l If
a graph is a tree, th
1
Accounting 303
Exam 1, Chapters 1 3
Fall 2010
I.
1.
Name _
Section _
Row _
Multiple Choice Questions. (2 points each, 34 points in total) Read each question carefully and
indicate your answer by circling the letter preceding the one best answer.
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ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 6
Cost-Volume-Profit
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College of Management
Chapter 6 Objectives
Cost-Volume-Profit Anal
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 8
Long-term (Capital
Investment) Decisions I
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College of Management
Chapter 8 Objectives
Name: _
Lab Section #: _
Remember: Fixed costs do not change unless you are told otherwise in a problem. In
addition, work must be neatly shown in order to receive full or partial credit for both multiple
choice and problems that require calculations.
MUL
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 8
Long-term (Capital
Investment) Decisions II
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College of Management
Chapter 8 Objective
Name: _
Lab Section #: _
Remember: Fixed costs do not change unless you are told otherwise in a problem. In
addition, work must be neatly shown in order to receive full or partial credit for both multiple
choice and problems that require calculations.
MUL
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 11
Decentralization and
Performance Evaluation
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Chapter 11 Objecti
North Carolina State University
The Graduate School
ACCELERATED BACHELORS/MASTERS PLAN OF WORK
To: Dean of The Graduate School
From: Program Director:
Directors name/Program name
Student Information:
Name:
ID Number:
Degree/Program:
UGPA:
Signature:
Cours
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 8
CB-Macs LT Investment
Analysis
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College of Management
CB-Macs LT Investment Decision
C
ACC200P - TAKE-HOME QUIZ - Chapter 8 Long-term Capital Investment Decisions
Name: _ Lab Section #: _
Reminder - for all problems requiring calculations, including the multiple choice, you must
show your work in the space provided in order to receive full
E 298: Engineering Transfer to Success
College of Engineering
Engineering Ethics Moodle Chat
Engineers have a professional and ethical obligation to work for the betterment of mankind. In this
assignment, you will briefly research your assigned disaster t
E 201: Engineering Transfer to Success
College of Engineering
Professional Roadmap Assignment
In this assignment, you will develop a professional roadmap which will articulate specific actions you
will take now and in your time at NCSU to meet your profes
E 298: Engineering Transfer to Success
College of Engineering
Degree Plan Assignment
In this assignment, you will become familiar with a personalized planning system for your
Degree Audit (the courses and sequence that comprise your degree) and will plan
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 4
Activity Based Costing
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Objectives Chapter 4
Activity-Based Cost
Executive Summary
Not done yet. Bla bla bla.
Social Impact Statement: iTrust
CSC 379-002
team:Firefly
Aaron Quidley, [email protected]
Haizhou Wu, [email protected]
Michael Huffman [email protected]
Table of Contents
Description of System
iTrust is a databas
ACC 200 Fall 2013
Chapter 4
Activity Based Costing
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Objectives Chapter 4
Activity-Based Cost
ACC200P - TAKE-HOME QUIZ - Chapter 9 - Budgeting
Name: _
Lab Section #: _
Reminder - for all problems requiring calculations, you must show your work in the space provided.
PROBLEM I: (25 points)
Putnam Inc. sells widgets. The price of each widget is $2.
Answers to Study Problems for Chapter 5
1.
True (debit A/R (A+), credit sales (R+)
2.
True, a trade discount is not an account so the sale is recorded at the reduced about.
3.
True
4.
False, the sales discount would be $20 not $2 ($1,000 x .02 = $20). The
E 298: Engineering Transfer to Success
College of Engineering
Fall 2013
Instructor: Dr. Dave Parish,
Office: 120 Page Hall
Phone: 515-3263
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Office Hours: By appointment
Class Meeting Time and TA Information:
002
Exam Study Questions
Solutions are at http:/ruby.fgcu.edu/courses/jconreco/core1
Chapter 5
Answer the self study Questions on pages 242-243 in your textbook. Solutions can be found on the
bottom of page 259.
True or False (if false explain why)
1. At the
Proofs Tutorial Section 2
The following proofs are available for you to work in the Proofs Tutorial. You may
wish to work these proofs before you work Section 2 of the tutorial, so that you know
what you want to enter in before you start.
Section II: Work
CSC 224/226 Homework 5, Problem 16
Haizhou Wu
16. Use induction to prove that if A1, A2, A3, . , An are sets, then:
A1c
A2c
.
Anc = [A1
A2
A3
.
An]c
In other words:
n
n
A ]c
[A ]c = [
k
k= 1
k
k= 1
Note: the symbol c is the complement of a set (just like
CSC 224/226 Homework 5, Problem 12 template
NAME
12. Use induction to prove that, for n>=0:
3*50 + 3*51 + 3*52 + 3*53 + .+ 3*5n = 3*(5n+1-1)/4
In other words:
n
3*5
k
= = 3*(5 n+1-1) / 4
k= 0
Basis:
1
3*5
k
=3
k= 0
0+1
=3
3*(5 -1) / 4
So they are equal
As