H. Lavendar, L. (1996). Evaluation. Chapter 9 in Dancers Talking Dance: Critical Evaluation in Choreography Class. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. In Chapter 9, Evaluation, of Dancers Talking Dance Lavendar explains how there might be problems while critiq
F. Goodman, N. Art and Authenticity (1997). In Feagin, Susan and Patrick Maynard Aesthetics. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 264-270 In Art and Authenticity, Goodman looks at the purely aesthetic side of art by giving us an example of a painballet
Shusterman, R. (2004) Somaesthetics and Education: Exploring the Terrain, In In Liora Breslin (ed) Knowing Bodies, Moving Minds: Towards Embodied Teaching and Learning. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Richard Shusterman defines Somaesthetics as a
Abstract C&D C. Nagrin, The Ethics of Aesthetics (2001). In Choreography and the Specific Image, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Nagrin discusses, in Chapter 19 of Choreography and the Specific Image, how many writers of art may dismiss dance
Abstract for reading: The Problem of Relying on Artists' Intentions. In Chapter 4 of Dancers Talking Dance, The Problem of Relying on Artists' Intentions, Larry Lavendar tries to explain that the intention of the choreographer may not always be present in
Business Income Tax Research Problem
Synd, Inc. is a land developer. During the year, he finished construction of a complex containing a new shopping mall and office building. To enhance the environment of the complex, substantial landscaping was done inc
The following is the income statement for the corporation for 2008. Gross Sales Sales Returns and Allowances Net Sales Cost of Goods Sold Gross Profit Rental Income on Land Interest Income - Notes Receivable Interst Income - Treasury Interest Income - PA
BalanceS e and S m nt of C Flows he t tate e ash
Statement of Cash Flows
Purpose Content and format Preparation Usefulness
Usefulness Limitations Classification Additional information reported Techniques of disclosure
Income Statement and Related Information
Usefulness Limitations Quality of Earnings
Format of the Income Statement
Elements Single-step Multiple-step Condensed income statements
Reporting Irregular Items
Discontinued operations Extraordin
Accounting Cycle Accrual Basis Accounting
and Expense Recognition
Statements Closing Entries Cash Basis Accounting (introduction)
Eve nt Transaction Account Re Account al Nom Accoun
Chapter 4 Income Statement - Usefulness o Shows past performance o Helps predict future performances o Assess risk or uncertainty - Limitations o Companies omit items from the income statement that they cannot measure reliability. o Income numbers are aff
SOLUTIONS TO BRIEF EXERCISES
BRIEF EXERCISE 4-1 STARR CO. Income Statement For the Year 2010 Revenues Sales. Expenses Cost of goods sold. Wage expense. Other operating expenses. Income tax expense. Total expenses. Net income.
$330,000 120,000 10,
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
1. A conceptual framework is a coherent system of interrelated objectives and fundamentals that can lead to consistent standards and that prescribes the nature, function, and limits of financial accounting and financial statements. A
Question I - FIFO vs. LIFO. In comparing and contrasting FIFO vs. LIFO inventory procedures, the following listing was developed. You are to complete the tabulation with an answer of "YES" or "NO" as demonstrated by the first item. Any combination of yes-
Depreciation, Impairments, and Depletion
Factors involved Methods of depreciation Special methods Special issues
Recognizing impairments Measuring Impairments Restoration of loss Assets to be disposed of
Establishing a b
Sound and Fury
The time sequence of alternating dense-thin regions of air from the vibrations of the arm of a tuning fork constitutes a traveling longitudinal wave which is registered by our bodies as sound.
Needs a medium to propagate. But has properti
It's Just Refraction
When a beam of light encounters a plane boundary between two media, it reflects as well as refracts. If the second medium is particularly "transparent" most of the beam will be refracted except under a special condition, to be discus
Let There Be Light
Light is a transverse wave. Remember the radiation from a warm object? It is now known that they are electromagnetic waves carrying energy - they can be pictured as waves of electric and magnetic fields. The two fields are tilted at ri
A Wiggle in Time
We have encountered -in uniform circular motion- a trajectory of motion in which the object repeats the path it takes again and again. When it is pulled slightly to one side and released, a rock tied to a string and hanging from it swing
Is there Pressure in Phys 151?
An interesting aside: When a force is applied it is usually over a large surface since real objects are not point-like. This brings in the concept of pressure - again not the usual definition. In physics, pressure P is defi
The Big Mo'
Final quantity that is relevant to concept of motion - momentum. Quantity of motion, an object on the move has it.
For an object(mass m) traveling in a straight line with velocity v, its momentum (p) is m.v and is a vector.
Not Picky about Work!
Forces can do "more" than affect motion. They can do work. Caveat: Definition of work in Physics is unusual. You lift up a suitcase, carry it at constant speed parallel to the ground for a distance and then lower it to the floor - y
Over the Net, Over the Fence. Continue with our discussion of two-dimensional motion as two one-dimensional motions. Q. In a volleyball game how will we know if the ball that is served can clear the net? Suppose the net is 3 m high and the se
Force, being related to acceleration, is a vector quantity. If I push a stationary
block to the right, it does not move to the left or anywhere else! What happens if you have more than one force acting at the same time? Compounding forces: You