You are to use the data found on the "Problem data" tab of this file.
You will make any needed Preliminary calculations and show these on the "Preliminary Calculations" tab.
You are to prepare consolidated working papers for Pat Corporation and Subsidiary
1.
In the shortest route problem, the objective is to find the shortest route from an
origin to a destination through a network.
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Shortest path algorithm given in the tex
Complete the problem below in the space provided.
The City of Sioux Falls entered into a number of transactions for the current fiscal year. Identify the fund or funds affected by each transaction and d
will affect the accounting equation of the particula
You are to use the data found on the "Problem data" tab of this file.
You will make any needed Preliminary calculations and show these on the "Preliminary Calculations" tab.
You are to prepare consolidated working papers for Prim Corporation and Subsidiar
You are to Use the data provided on the "Data" tab to complete this assignment.
You are to Compute Provo Corporation's income from its investment in Sigma for 2009.
You will use the tab of this workbook titled "Income from Sigma" to complete this requirme
You are to use the information found on the "Data" tab of this file to complete the assignment. There are two requirements for the assignment.
Reguirement #1 - You are to prepare a schedule to show how the investment cost is allocated to the identifiable
2a. Breakeven Analysis
Fixed Cost Revenue per unit Variable cost per unit Breakeven point 2b. Profit Total revenue Fixed Cost Total variable cost Total cost Profit
FC = R= VC = QBEP =
$5,000.00 $24.95 $10.00 344
TR = FC = TVC = TC = P=
$9,356.25
Alternatives
Alternative A Alternative B Alternative C Alternative D
Solved Problem I (profit maximization) State of Nature Maximax (a) #1 #2 #3 Max. payoff 12.0000 18.0000 15.0000 18.0000 17.0000 10.0000 14.0000 17.0000 22.0000 16.0000 10.0000 22.0
Solution to solved Problem 1 Unconstrained Problem with One Variable X 3.000 X 3.000 27 36.00 X3 26.996 0.3333 X2 8.999 -6
Number of Units
Variable Terms Cost/Profit Coefficients Profit