Ex. a. 4.4
Prepaid Advertising is reported in the balance sheet as an asset. Customer Deposits are reported in the balance sheet as liabilities.
b. Advertising Expense Prepaid Advertising To record the mailing of brochures costing $18 million to print. c.
Journalising transactions, posting to T-accounts and preparing a trial balance Rodney Troon opened a legal office on 2 December of the current year. During the first month of operations, the business completed the following transactions: Dec. 2 Troon depo
Ralph Boghos 201000638 Accounting Case 1 : Budgeting
Revenue Budget table Budgeted unit sales Selling price per unit Total sales 50,000 $500 $25,000,000
Production budget table Budgeted unit sales Add desired ending finished goods inventory Total needed L
Revenue Budget table Budgeted unit sales Selling price per unit Total sales 50,000 $500 $25,000,000
Production budget table Budgeted unit sales Add desired ending finished goods inventory Total needed Less beginning finished goods inventory Required produ
American University of Beirut
Suleiman S. Olayan School of Business
BUSS 200 Case Analysis
FALL 2010-2011
The case is due on January 17, 2011). Delays are not accepted. The case should be presented as a hard copy: TYPED. Results should be properly analyze
Ungrouped Data Measures of Central Tendency (Location)
Population Parameter
1. Mean = Average = Expected value = =
Sample Statistic
X
N
Sample mean = X =
X
n
2. Population mode = observation with the highest frequency 3. Population median: a) if the numbe
Sampling distribution
Sampling distribution of the sample mean Population Data Students GMAT scores Nada 600 Khalil 500 Diane 700 Nisreen 600 X
2 X
=X/N =[(x-)2]/N
=(600+500+700+600)/4=600 =(0+10000+10000+0)/4=5000
a)
All possible samples of size 2 taken
LAWSOFPROBABILITY
Event Type: MUTUAL EXCLUSIVITY 1. Addition Law of Probability Relationship: UNION a. When the events A, B ARE Mutually Exclusive P(A or B)=P(A) + P(B) Special Addition Law
b. When the events A, B ARE NOT Mutually Exclusive P(A or B)= P(A
Hypothesis Testing-Mean of a Population Standard deviation of the population known
A) ONE-TAILED TESTS: 1)- Upper or Right-Tailed Tests Ho: o Ha: > o Zc= X x where Decision Rule: c < , Reject Ho& accept Ha c > , Do not reject Ho or accept Ho Zc > Z , Reje
Hypothesis Testing-Two Population Proportions
A) ONE-TAILED TESTS: 1)- Upper or Right-Tailed Tests Ho: 1 2 Ha: 1 > 2 Zc= Decision Rule: c < , Reject Ho& accept Ha c > , Do not reject Ho or accept Ho Zc > Z , Reject Ho and Accept Ha Zc < Z , Do not reject
Hypothesis Testing Two Population Means The two variances 12 and 22 known
A)- ONE-TAILED TESTS: 1)- Upper or Right-Tailed Tests Ho: 1 2 Ha: 1 > 2 Zc= ( X 1 X 2) 0 Where 2 2 X 1 X 2 X 1 X 2 = 1 + 2 n1 n 2 Decision Rule: c < , Reject Ho& accept Ha c > , Do
FINDING A PERCENTILE FOR GROUPED DATA The formula for finding the percentile for grouped data is as follows Pd = Xk + (d(n+1) k ) (Xh - Xk )
( hk )
where d is the level of the percentile you want to find k is the greatest cumulative frequency less than or
CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE DIFFERENCE OT TWO MEANS
1) The two populations normal, variances of the two populations known: P X 1 X 2 Z / 2 . X
[
1X2
1 2 X 1 X 2 + Z / 2 . X
1X2
] = (1 )% ] = (1 )%
where
X
1X2
=
2 12 2 + n1 n2
2) The two populations not n
A CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE MEAN OF A POPULATION
1) Population normal, standard deviation of the population known: P X Z / 2 . X X + Z / 2 . X = (1 )%
[
]
where
x =
n
2) Population not normal, standard deviation known, sample size large (n 30): P X Z /
Chapter 11 Two-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
Chapter 11 Two-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
1. a. b. Two-tailed test Reject Ho if z < 2.05 or z > 2.05
c. d. e. 2. a. b.
2.59, found by Reject Ho p = 0.0096, found by 2(0.5000 0.4952) One-tailed test Reject Ho
c. d.
Chapter 10 One-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
Chapter 10 One-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
1. a. b Two-tailed, because the alternate hypothesis does not indicate a direction. Reject Ho when z does not fall in the region from 1.96 and 1.96
c. d. e. 2. a. b.
1.2,
Chapter 09 - Estimation and Confidence Intervals
Chapter 9 Estimation and Confidence Intervals
1.
51.314 and 58.686, found by
2.
38.911 and 41.089, found by
3.
a. b. c. 1.44 a.
1.581, found by The population is normally distributed and the population vari
Chapter 8 Sampling Methods and the Central Limit Theorem
1. a. b. c. d. a. b. c. d. 3. a. b. c. 4. a. b. c. a. 303 Louisiana, 5155 S. Main, 3501 Monroe, 2652 W. Central Answers will vary 630 Dixie Hwy, 835 S. McCord Rd., 4624 Woodville Rd. Answers will va
Chapter 7 Continuous Probability Distributions
1. a. b. a = 6 b = 10 8, found by (6 + 10)/2
c. d. e. f. 2. a. b.
1.1547 found by [1/(10 6)](10 6) = 1 0.75, found by [1/(10 6)](10 7) 0.5, found by [1/(10 6)](9 7) a=2 b=5 3.5, found by (2 + 5)/2
c. d. e. f.