PROBLEM 9-11B Basic Variance Analysis (LO2, LO3, LO4)
CHECK FIGURE
(1a) Materials price variance: $15,625 F
(2a) Labor efficiency variance: $13,260 U
Burton Labs, Inc. produces various chemical compounds for industrial use. One compound, called Soft Iron,
Introduction
nternal controls are generally understood as those processes which are linked and affected by
the organizations structure, work orientation, process and authority flow, human capital
information system which are aimed at attaining specific g
National Water
Company KSA
Assessment of Internal
Control
System
on
Accounts payable
INTRODUCTION
Internal controls are generally understood as those processes which are linked and affected by the
organizations structure, work orientation, process and aut
The Web-Assignment
FINA 201 (Spring 2012)
Instructor: Lara Tayara
The steps
1. Go to Yahoo Finance
http:/finance.yahoo.com/
2. search for a well-known company of your choice in yahoo finance website ( you can
search for your company in the Get Quote secti
UNIVERSITY NAME
Red Bull
Case study
Student Name
10/23/2010
Contents
Introduction.3
Sources of brand equity and change depending on market or country.3
Marketing programs of Red Bull and brand equity.4
Strengths.4
Weakness.4
Marketing momentum and brand e
Answer Question 1
Requirement 1
G E N E R A L ENTRIES
DATE
Jan
2
ACCOUNT TITLES AND EXPLANATION
Office Supplies
DEBIT
200
Accounts Payable
Jan
4
Cash
200
1,500
Accounts Receivable
Jan
5
Computer Equipment
1,500
2,600
Cash
Jan
9
Utilities Expenses
2,600
57
Three Broad Forces That Have Changed
Modern Organizations
Introduction
It is argued that three broad forces have re-shaped the modern organization. These forces include
global economic forces, individual forces and technological forces. This essay focuses
UNIVESITY NAME
Annotated Bibliography
Knowledge Management Tools
Student name
10/18/2010
Knowledge Management Tools Tools for
enhancing knowledge sharing
The topic is about the knowledge management tools. As the competition increased in the last two
to th
Slope
Slope:
The slope m of a non-vertical line is
defined as
the change in y over the change in x for
any two points in the line.
m=
y
x
=
rise
run
Y= mx + b
m = rise
Slope m
run
y
(0,b)
rise
run
x
Positive slope: the slope is positive if the
line slopes
Real Valued
Function
Relation
It is defined by the set of ordered
pairs or by a rule that determines
how the order pairs are found.
Function
A function is relation between two
sets such that to each element of
the domain (input) there
corresponds exactly
Chapter 10 (Garrison Text)
Dr.M.S. Bazaz
Standard Costs and the Balanced Scorecard
A standard is a benchmark or norm for measuring performance.
Both quantity and cost (price) standards are set for major inputs (raw materials, labor, and overhead).
Actual
CHAPTER 2 QUIZ
1.
Tanner Co. management desires cost information regarding their Rawhide
brand. The Rawhide brand is a(n)
cost object.
a.
cost driver.
b.
cost assignment.
c.
actual cost.
d.
2.
The cost of replacement light bulbs on campus would be a direc
Negative Messages
Prepared by:
Moina Hussain
Negative Message
Includes
Rejection and refusals
Announcements of policy changes (do not
benefit customer or consumer)
Requests the reader will see as insult
Negative performance appraisals and
disciplinar
Prepared by:
Moina Hussain
Clearly structured document
Writer identifies and examines
Issues
Events
Findings of an investigation
Information obtained
Research (primary)
Secondary Research
Information is delivered in
Precise
Concise writing style
Organized
Real Number System
Set: A set is well defined collection of distinct
objects.
Examples
Set of books in
library
Set of first five
natural numbers
Set of cars of Honda
company
Set of
alphabets
Days in a
week
Describing Sets
There are three ways of describin
Equation
Equation
An equation states that two
algebraic expressions are
equal.
Examples
Types of Equations
Identities: An identity is an
Conditional Equations:
equation which is true for every
real number or true for all
values of variable. e.g.;
x2 - 1 =
Linear Equations
Equation
An equation states that two
algebraic expressions are
equal.
Examples
Types of Equations
Identities: An identity is an
Conditional Equations:
equation which is true for every
real number or true for all
values of variable. e.g.;