Activity-Based Costing:
A Tool to Aid Decision Making
Chapter 7
McGrawHillEducation(Asia)
Garrison, Noreen, Brewer, Cheng & Yuen
ActivityBased Costing (ABC)
ABC is designed to
provide managers with
cost information for
strategic and other
decisions that p
Financial Accounting Lecture Note (1), Spring 2016
Professor Won-Wook Choi, Yonsei School of Business
Chapter 1 Introduction Accounting in Action
1. What is accounting?
Accounting identifies, records, and communicates the financial events of an
economic e
Financial Accounting Lecture Note (3), Spring 2015
Professor Won-Wook Choi, Yonsei School of Business
Chapter 5 Accounting for Merchandising Operations
Chapter 6 Inventories (P/S) & Cost of Goods Sold (I/S)
1. Multiple-step Income Statement (p229)
sales -
Chapter 1.
Introduction to Probability Theory
Probability Space
A probability space consists of three elements (, E, P) where
:
Set of all possible outcomes called _.
e.g.) Flipping two coins
:
E:
must be mutually exclusive and exhaustive
A collection of
Chapter 1.
Introduction to Probability Theory
Probability Space
A probability space consists of three elements (, E, P) where
: Set of all possible outcomes called _.
e.g.) Flipping two coins
:
must be mutually exclusive and exhaustive
E : A collection o
Chapter 3.
Conditional Probability and
Conditional Expectation
Joint probability distribution
Let X and Y be two random variables.
Discrete case
If X and Y are discrete,
2
Joint probability distribution
Continuous case
When both variables are continuous
Chapter 1 Crime and
Criminology
Crime and Criminology
Crime occurs in all segments of
society
Wide range of offenses committed,
not just street crime
The general public views crime as
a major social problem
Some are fascinated with crime
What factors do y
Mathematical Statistics
Lecture 13
Prof. Dr. M. Junaid Mughal
1
Last Class
Introduction to Probability (continued)
Random Variable
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
Discrete Probability Distribution
Continuous Probability Distribution
2
Todays Agen
Futures & Options Markets
(Assignment 1)
Due: March 28 (Mon) 9 am
Problem 1
Suppose that a European call option to buy a share for $100.00 costs $5.00 and is held until maturity.
Under what circumstances will the holder of the option make a profit? Under