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1. What went wrong with Casturns first two auction attempts?
Casturns first attempt with reverse auction was not taken seriously among their vendors. The
incumbent vendors saw their role as optional, in the reverse auction due to their long standing
relat
Inventory Entries Example
aloma Corporation uses the periodic inventory system.
Paloma had the following information during the 2000
reporting period:
urchases, $70,000; sales,$150,000; returned purchases,
$4,000; freight~in, $7,000;bgm_in1entory,
$32,000
Sale of Planr AsseTs
Onawa Corporaon owns machinery Thaf cost $20,000
when purchased on July 1, 2009. Depreciation has been\
recorded of a rude of $2,400 per year, resulting in a
balance in accumulated depreciaon of $8,400 a?
December 31, 2012. The machin
Allocating Transaction Price Example
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I Manufacturing Co. enter inta .- x; acustamer
to sell a machine for "'100,000 The total contract price flu), W
includes installation of e machine and a two-year
extended warranty. Assume Manufacturing Co.
deter
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Inventory (Ch 8&9)
Cost Flow in Inventory
Inventory Systems
Lower of Cost and Net Realizable
Value
7. Inventory
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Physical Goods Included in Inventory
A company should record purchases when it obtains legal
title to t
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Revenue Recognition (Ch 18)
The new standard on revenue
recognition
Revenue recognition for long-term
projects
Other considerations
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Accounting in the News (02/2016)
Monsanto has agreed to pay $80 million to
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Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Balance Sheet and
Statement of Cashflows (Ch 5)
Balance Sheet
Accounts and classifications
Statement of Cash Flows:
Operating/investing/financing activities
Direct and indirect approaches
4. BalanceSheet and SCF
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Bala
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Intangibles (Ch 12)
Capitalization
Amortization and Impairment
Goodwill; R&D
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09 Intangibles
Intangible Assets
Lack physical substance, but are not
financial instruments.
Intangible assets are usually classified as
l
Example: Amortization of
Intangibles \ R94) AmwM
/
Tor'ch, Inc. has deve oped a new device
with total of
$30,000. Patent registration costs
consisted of $2,000 in attorney fees
and $1,000 in federal registration
fees. The device has a useful life of
5 yea
Handout 6 (Chapter 7) Supplement Sheet
Professor Yuan Zhang
Intermediate Accounting I
This handout provides a summary of the key terms related to note receivables and also detailed solutions
for the examples we discussed in class.
Note Receivable
1. Basic
OPRE 6301/SYSM 6303
Quantitative Introduction to Risk and
Uncertainty in Business
6-1
Chapter Six
Probability
6-2
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Assigning Probability
Random Experiment
An action or process that leads to one of several
possible outcomes
6-3
Assigning Probability
Rando
OPRE 6301 S \ ii
Exam3practice problems " O 0 ON
1. Mystic Pizza in Mystic, Connecticut, advertises that they deliver your pizza within 15 minutes of
placing an order or it is free. A sample of 25 customers is selected at random. The average
delivery time
Chapter 3
Growth of Functions
Section 3.2
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How functions grow relative to each other
We will later analyze the complexity of an algorithm by counting the number
of steps it takes.
I.e., we will obtain a
Section 5.2
The Pigeonhole Principle
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Statement of the Principle
Theorem 1: If k is a positive integer and k+1 or more objects are placed into k boxes,
then there is at least one box containing two or more objects.
Proof: If each box contained at most 1,
Section 4.1
Induction
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Definition
Mathematical induction (over natural numbers) is a powerful
proof technique that is commonly used.
Given a statement P(n) which is to be proven true for all
values of
Strong Induction and well-Ordering
Section 4.2
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Strong Induction (Second principle of Induction)
Here things are just a little bit different in the implication.
Basis: P(1) is shown to be true.
Inductive Step : P (1) P (2) P ( k ) P ( k 1) is true for al
Chapter 3
Algorithm Complexity
Section 3.3
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Algorithms Efficiency
To determine an algorithms efficiency, two
entities are measured:
The amount of space (memory) used by the
algorithm (called the space
OPRE 6301/SYSM 6303
Quantitative Introduction to Risk and
Uncertainty in Business
11-1
Chapter Eleven
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
11-2
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Concepts of Hypothesis Testing
Null hypothesis H0
Alternative hypothesis H1
Lets consider a non-statistical exa
OPRE 6301/SYSM 6303
Quantitative Introduction to Risk and
Uncertainty in Business
13-1
Chapter Thirteen
Inference about Comparing Two Populations
13-2
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F Distribution
F is defined as the value FA,n1,n2
P(F FA ,n 1 ,n 2 ) A
13-3
F Distribution
Use the F-t
APO Demand Planning
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Demand Planning in SAP
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APO DP Functionality
Global server with a BW infrastructure
Exception handling is integrated and you can define
your own alerts
Planning is
APO Master Data
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APO Master Data
The Master Data Objects in SAP APO have different
names from their SAP R/3 counterparts. For
example, the Material Master in R/3 is named Product
Master in APO.
Many of the APO master dat
Bill of Material (BOM) Master Data
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Definition of a Bill of Material
Bill of material
A bill of material is a complete, formally structured list
of the components that make up a prod
Routing Master
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Task List - Definition
SAP defines a Task List asa series of steps or
process flow that will complete a task.
Some examples of tasks involved in Supply Chain
Manageme