NIKE SOLUTION Question a. i. NI/EBT EBT/EBIT EBIT/SALES SALES/TOTAL ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS/COMMON EQUITY ROE
65.20% 95.53% 10.76% 153.55% 167.83% 17.28%
64.00% 94.01% 10.33% 163.05% 166.54% 16.88%
ROE has increased about 0.4%. This is partially due t
REVIEW OF ACCOUNTING CYCLE
In class, we will use various cases to review the accounting cycle and preparation of the basic financial statements. This review will provide some of the challenges ahead in this course. The accounting cycle is a review of
Food Lion, Inc.-Preparation of Financial Statements
a. Grocery store chains are just like any other retail chain. They acquire inventory from various sources, mark it up, and sell it. Thus, we would expect inventory to be a major asset. Another major
Review for Exam 2
ACCT 2302 501
Spring 2012
1
Ch05 Job-order Costing
The differences between job-order costing and
process costing.
For job-order production systems, costs are
accumulated by job.
Process firms accumulate production costs by process
or by
SAMPLE EXAM 1
True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
_
1. Managerial Accounting is designed primarily for external users.
_
2. The process of choosing among competing alternatives is decision making.
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3. Financial accounting has its
Assignment 2 Solutions - Financial Analysis
Question 1. Which of the following types of firms do you expect to have particularly high or low asset turnover? Explain why.
Supermarket-High asset turnover. Supermarkets tend to be high volume businesses
Assignment 1 Solutions
Question 1. John, who has just completed his first finance course, is unsure whether he should take a course in Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements, since he believes that financial analysis adds little v
EXAM 2
True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
_F_ 1. Manufacturing and service firms producing unique products or services require process-costing accounting
systems.
_T_ 2. In process costing, each producing department has its own wo
Important Information and TO-DO list for the lectures for the week of January 31: 1) On Monday, we will go over the Lecture Notes 2 and discuss the ASICS case. Please refer to questions I assigned for this case. 2) We will discuss Assignment #2 on Ja
CHAPTER 3 Processing Accounting Information
Learning Outcomes Estimated Time in Exercises Minutes Level
1. Explain the difference between an external and internal event. 2. Explain the role of source documents in an accounting system. 3. Analyze the effec
SAMPLE EXAM 3
True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
_F_ 1. The standard cost per unit of output for a particular input is calculated by multiplying the standard price per
unit by the standard number of units produced.
No. The standar
Arm's length transaction - definition
http:/www.quicktaxweb.ca/include/glossary/he_d_arms_length.html
Arm's length transaction - definition
This is an expression used to describe a transaction between persons in which each acts in their own self-in
Why study financial statements? A security analyst "How well is the firm I am following performing? What is the value of the firm's stock given my assessment of the firm's current and future performance?" A loan officer may need to ask: "What is th
NAME: AIM3320 Assignment #1
Important Information: 1) Please answer all the following questions for the next lecture. We will discuss all the questions in the lecture. 2) I will collect all the assignments at the beginning of the lecture. If you do n
CASE PODRACED PRODUCTION SOLUTION 541.
Income Statement Sales Interest revenue Cost of goods sold General expenses Depreciation expense Salaries expense Interest expense Income taxes expense Loss on sale of equipment Net income $ 1,530,600 17,250 (89
John Coburg
What is accounting?
Ivan's Farm, B/S, Spring
LAND SEED FERT OXEN TOTAL 20 acre 20 BU 2 lb 1 head $100 20 2 40 $162
Fred's Farm, B/S, Spring
LAND SEED FERT OXEN TOTAL 10 acre 10 BU 10 lb 1 head $50 10 1 40 $101
Ivan's Farm, B/
92
Chapter 3
CHAPTER 6
32615. Balance Sheet Assets Current assets: Cash Investment securities (trading) Accounts receivable Less allowance for bad debts Interest receivable Inventory Prepaid insurance Total current assets Investments: Investment in
XYLON COMPANY
The 2003 financial statements for Xylon Company are summarized as follows: Income Statement and Statement of Retained Earnings For the Year Ended December 31, 2003 (millions of dollars) _ Sales revenue $100 Less: Cost of goods sold 65 G
Amber Company Statement of Cash Flows (Indirect method) For the Year Ended December 31, 2005
Cash flows from operating activities: Net income . Adjustments: Depreciation.. Increase in accounts receivable . Increase in inventory . Decrease in supplie
LAFORGE COMPANY CASE
The following information is also available for 2005: (a) Plant assets were sold for their book value of $200 during the year. The assets had an original cost of $330. (b) Cash dividends totaling $75 were paid during the year. (
CHAPTER 15 STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY
I.
Sources of Stockholders Equity
A. Paid-In Capital:
B. Retained Earnings:
C. Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income:
II.
Paid-In Capital
A. Share Rights
1. Common Stockholder:
a. Voting Rights.
b. Share in profits when div
CHAPTER 1 Accounting as a Form of Communication
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Learning Outcomes Exercises Estimated Time in Minutes Level
1. Explain what business is about. 2. Distinguish among the forms of organization. 3. Describe the vario
CHAPTER 13 CURRENT LIABILITIES AND CONTINGENCIES
I.
Liabilities
A. Three Characteristics
1. Probable, future sacrifices of economic benefits
2. That arise from present obligations
3. Resulting from past transactions
B. Current Liabilities
1. Payable withi
CHAPTER 16 DILUTIVE SECURITIES
I.
Dilutive Securities
A. Convertible Bonds
1. Can be exchanged for shares of stock at the option of the investor.
2.
3. At Issuance: Normal Entry
DR: Cash (Issue Price)
XX
DR/CR: Discount/Premium on BP
CR: Convertible Bonds
Math 1376 Lab #3 spring 2015
Name:
Answer all the questions. Show your work
(Q 1) Find fx(xl 3); fy(x. 3'): fxx(x:)r fxy(xl): fyx(x-Y): fyy(x:') forthefollowing .
functions
a) f(X, y) 9x2 313 412 I 2
cfw_Amy st5 1C: m 5 -33
3x: l9j 9: may,
ij: 3613 3x= 36
Math 1376 Lab #4
Name:
Answer all the questions. Show your work. No credit for an answer with showing the proper process.
1) Evaluate the following integrals
a) L3L2(xy3 4x) dy dx
- :2 l
3 #15443 3
o _ , - x-Zx
2: x(\53-x(2>~ 4" 2
Ecg:=)0=11(0 xcbz'hhx =
Math 1376 Lab #2
Name: Due: Thursday 6/18
Answer all the questions. Show your work
1) Find the volume of the solid of revolution formed by rotating about the x-axis each region
bounded by the given curves. Keep your answers in terms of 11'
a) F(x)=x4, y=0
Math 1376
Name:
Answer all the questions. Show your work
1) Find the integrals
a) f(16y3 + 9322 6y + 3)dy
= in 1533- 9531+ we
=45 + 333 331+?) + C
.L 7.
C) f(2y-1)2dy 5 du
0:154
dim; d3
71mm?)
.
3
d) flajfdz = 51
Lab #1
x + C.
or $45.45in A;
: $331+3+
Exam 1 Review Problems
1. Find the derivative of the following functions:
f ( x) sin x
f ( x) cos x
f ( x) tan x
f ( x) sec x
1
e) f ( x)
x
f) f ( x) ln x
g) f ( x) arcsin x
h) f ( x) arctan x
a)
b)
c)
d)
2. Find the antiderivative of the following funct
MATH 1376 Business Calculus II
Exam 3 Review
Exam 3 covers Sections 9.2 9.5
MODULE 3: MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
Find partial derivatives.
Applications of partial derivatives
Find relative maxima and minima, know how to identify saddle point.
Use Lagrange mul
MATH 1376 Business Calculus II
Exam 2 Review
Exam 2 covers Chapter 8 and 9.1
MODULE 2: FURTHER TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATION
Use integration by parts
Find volume and average value of a function.
Solve application problems such as continuous m
MATH 1376 Business Calculus II
Exam 1 Review
Exam 1 covers Chapter 7
MODULE 1: INTEGRATION
1. Find antiderivatives and indefinite integrals.
2. Use integration by substitution.
3. Find definite integral and area.
4. Evaluate definite integrals using the F