Chapter 4
Purchase Discounts
Example: 2/10,n/30
2 is the discount %, 10 is the number of days the discount is available, n is all of it is due, and 30 is the
credit period (30 days)
On may7, Jason purchased 27,000 of merchandise inventory on account, cred
CHAPTER 1
Introduction to Financial Statements
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
1.
The three basic forms of business organizations are (1) sole proprietorship, (2) partnership, and
(3) corporation.
2.
Advantages of a corporation are limited liability (stockholders no
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
ACCOUNTING 211-WINTER 2014
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TR 8:00 9:50 & 10:00 11:50
Date
Chapter and Topic
(Unless noted otherwise, you are not
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T 1/7
2
H 1/9
3
T 1/14
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Accounting 211
Introduction to Accounting I
Winter, 2014
(Tentative)
Instructor: Bruce L. Darling
Office: Anstett 391E
Office Hours: T & R 1 1:50 & 4 4:50 PM
Web site: http:/blackboard.uoregon.edu
CRN: 21438
Time: 8:00 9:50 AM
21439
10:00 11:50 AM
Phone:
1. The form of business organization which is easiest to form is
a. a partnership
b. a sole proprietorship
c. a corporation
d. an LLC
2. The advantages of organizing a business as a corporation include
a. limited liability to creditors
b. the ability to r
ACTG 211
Bruce Darling, Winter 2014
MIDTERM 1 REVIEW SHEET
The midterm is a closed book, closed notes exam. I will provide a basic 4-function calculator
for each of you to use. I will also provide scantron sheets for the multiple-choice section of the exa
Exercise 5-1 (30 minutes)
a. Specific identification
Ending inventory100 units from January 30, 80 units from January 20, and
45 units from beginning inventory
. Ending
Inventory.Goods Sold
Cost of
Computations
(100 x $5.00) + (80 x $6.00) + (45 x $7.00).
EC311
Quiz #4
SHOW YOUR DAMN WORK!
Names:
After graduating from college, you decide to forgo an entry level position at an investment bank in
order to pursue your lifelong dream of owning your own cake business. The number of cakes you can
produce, C, is
EC311
Quiz #3
SHOW YOUR DAMN WORK!
Names:
Imagine yourself living in ancient Greece. You are in charge of a firm that constructs bathhouses in
Athens. The number of bathhouses, B, you can build is a function of the number of Athenians, A, that
you hire, a
EC311
Quiz #2
SHOW YOUR DAMN WORK!
Names:
Buying a Car
a. You need to buy a car (this has already been decided as the result of some other optimization
problem). Suppose you select a car that costs $100 (yes, I know the numbers selected for this
m m2
exam
EC311
Quiz #1
Names:
Officer Mahoney has a regular morning routine, where he walks into Dunkin Donuts, buys some
coffee, and buys some doughnutsnever getting one without the other. When questioned by a nosy
econometrician, Officer Mahoney revealed that hi
440
QUIZZES (Ch. 36)
Quiz 2
NAME
The Budget Set
2.1 In Problem 2.1, if you have an income of $12 to spend, if commodity 1 costs $2 per unit, and if commodity 2 costs $6 per unit, then the equation for your budget line can be written as (a) x1 /2 + x2 /6 =
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
ID: A
practice2
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
1. In Problem 1, if you have an income of $80 to spend, if commodity 1 costs $4 per unit, and if commodity 2
costs $1
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
ID: A
Practice 1
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_
1. In Problem 11, ads in the boring business magazine are read by 300 lawyers and 1,000 M.B.A.s. Ads in the
consumer
EC311 Fall 2011 Midterm
10/26/2011
Write your name somewhere on this page.
ABBREVIATED ANSWERS
1. After successfully completing your economics midterm, you decide to go home and enjoy a nice
refreshing beverage. Your beverage of choice is a mixture of gin
FINAL REVIEW SHEET (PART 1)
ECON 100A: INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
PRODUCTION THEORY
Production theory uses the same rules that we applied to consumer theory.
Instead of maximizing utilities that minimized expenditures and maximized income, we maximize pr
Econ306Intermediate Microeconomics Fall 2007 Final exam - Solutions
Question 1 (20 points)
John loves root beer floats, which he makes by combining one glass of root beer and two scoops of ice cream. Jane is on a diet that assigns points to food and drink
Intermediate Microeconomics
Spring 2008
Prof. David Bjerk
Final Exam
Make sure you answers are legible. If you need more room, use back of page. For questions
that ask for explanations, both a correct answer and a correct explanation are required for
full
Intermediate Microeconomics
Final Exam
This is an open book, open notes exam. You have the entire period (195 minutes) to nish this exam. There are
four (4) questions. You must answer all parts of all questions. Each question has several parts, with the l
NAME:
Econ 311
Sumer 2011
Final Exam
NAME:
Summer Concerts
I've got $500 to spend on summer concerts, and this is my lucky summer because two of my favorite
artistsGwen Stefani and Snoop Dogg are each going to be on tour. My preferences for their concerts
Correlations
Age
Age
Pearson Correlation
Price
1
.730
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Price
*
32
Pearson Correlation
32
*
1
.730
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
32
32
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).
Model Summary
Adjusted R
Model
R
1
.730
R Squa
2.
(a)
Report
Salary
Gender
Mean
Std. Deviation
N
F
14.100
10
2.8067
M
20.300
10
2.9458
Total
17.200
20
4.2377
3.
(a)
Coefficientsa
Standardized
Model
Unstandardized Coefficients
B
1
Std. Error
(Constant)
6.252
-.002
.001
t
Sig.
Beta
.237
Pectin ppm
Coeff
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW6
Do not turn in
All statistical tests should be done at = 5% level and you must clearly indicate the degree
of freedom when you construct a rejection region.
1. An investigation about year-end bonus discrimination related to gende
DSC 330 HW5 (Spring 2012) SOLUTIONS
1. Solutions:
(a) Refer to the following table.
Model
R
Table 1: Model Summary
Adjusted R Square standard error of the estimate
R Squared
1
0.954
(0.949)
(88.9)
Table 2: ANOVA
Mean Square
F
Model
Sum of Squares
df
Regre
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW5
Due May 30th, 2012 in class
1. Suppose the following interaction model is used to study the relationship between
and two predictors
1
=
and
0
+
2:
11
+
22
+
312
+,
2
(0,
)
(1)
The SPSS output based on this interaction model is as
DSC 330 HW4 (Spring 2012) SOLUTIONS
1. Textbook 4.11 Solutions:
(b) The least squares prediction equation is = 21087.95 + 108.45
340.17
3
+ 85.68
1
+ 557.91
2
4.
(d) To determine if redshift is a useful linear predictor of equivalent width, we test:
0
:
=