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CHAPTER 04
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
Standard Normal Distribution
~(,
Normal Distribution
)
~(,
)
Finding probabilities of the normal distribution with given values
Step 01:
Use the following formul
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CASE 33: CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN
INTRODUCTION
California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) is a restaurants services company that operates a casual dining
chain, with a particular focus on the premium pizza segment. The company is headquartered in
Los Angeles, Califor
Chapter 5
Accounting for
Accounting
Merchandising Businesses
Merchandising
Accounting, 9th Edition
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Objectives
Objective
CHAPTER 24
DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSIS AND
PRODUCT PRICING
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. a. Differential revenue is the amount of in crease or decrease in revenue expec ted from a particular course of action
compared with an alternative.
b. Differential cost is
CHAPTER 25
CAPITAL INVESTMENT ANALYSIS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. The principal objections to the use of the
average rate of return method are its failing
to consider the expected cash flows from
the proposals and the timing of these flows.
2. The prin
CHAPTER 23
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FOR
DECENTRALIZED OPERATIONS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. In the cost center, the department manager
is responsible for and has authority over
costs only. In a profit center, the managers
responsibility and authority ext
CHAPTER 17
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Horizontal analysis is the percentage ana lysis of increases and decreases in corres ponding statements. The percent change in
the cash balances at the end of the preced ing year from t
CHAPTER 20
COST BEHAVIOR AND
COST-VOLUME-PROFIT ANALYSIS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Total variable costs vary in direct propor tion to changes in the level of activity. Unit
variable costs remain the same with
changes in the level of activity.
2. a. Va
EXERCISES
Ex. 121
Class
1st Year
2nd Year
$1.50
Preferred
Common
3rd Year
4th Year
5th Year
$2.00
0.201
$2.00
0.642
$2.00
0.803
3rd Year
4th Year
5th Year
$1.50
3.30
$1.50
1.20
1
$50,000 250,000
$160,000 250,000
3
$200,000 250,000
2
Ex. 122
Class
1st Year
CHAPTER 21
BUDGETING
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. The three major objectives of budgeting are
(1) to establish specific goals for future op erations, (2) to direct and coordinate plans
to achieve the goals, and (3) to periodically
compare actual results
CHAPTER 18
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
AND JOB ORDER COST SYSTEMS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Managerial accounting and financial ac counting are different in several ways. Ma nagerial accounting is concerned with the
information needs of inte
CHAPTER 19
PROCESS COST SYSTEMS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. a. A job order cost system is best suited
for a custom jewelry manufacturer be cause most of the production consists
of job orders, and costs can be reason ably identified with each job.
b. A p
CHAPTER 22
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION USING VARIANCES
FROM STANDARD COSTS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Standard costs assist management in con trolling costs and in motivating employees
to focus on costs.
2. Management can use standards to assist in
achievin
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
AND BUSINESS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. The objective of most businesses is to
maximize profits. Profit is the difference
between the amounts received from cus tomers for goods or services provided and
the amounts p
CHAPTER 5
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS AND INTERNAL CONTROLS
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. The knowledge that job rotation is prac ticed and that one employee may perform
anothers job at a later date tends to dis courage deviations from prescribed proced ures. Also
WRITING REPORTS
CONTENT
PURPOSES OF REPORTS
CLASSIFICATION OF REPORTS
ANALYTICAL REPORTS
INFORMATIONAL REPORTS
PLANNING, ORGANIZING, AND WRITING
REPORTS
PURPOSES OF REPORTS
To monitor and control operations
To help implement policies and procedures
To
Crony Lending: Thailand before the Financial Crisis
Yupana Wiwattanakantang*
Raja Kali
Chutatong Charumilind
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University of Arkansas
Cornell University
March 2002
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THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS
STRUCTURE OF PAPER
PART I THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATION MEANS
METHOD 01
THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATION MEANS USING PAIRED-OBSERVATION
METHOD 02
THE COMPARI
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CHAPTER 14
CHI - SQUARE TESTING
CHI SQUARE TESTING PROCESS
Determine the null and alternative hypotheses
STEP 02:
Determine the expected counts and observed counts of data points in
different cell
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CHAPTER 11
MULTIPLE REGRESSION
STRUCTURE OF PAPER
PART I - MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL
PART II - MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE OF A REGRESSION MODEL AND THE ANOVA TABLE
PART III - THE F TEST OF A MULTIPLE
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CHAPTER 09
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE [ANOVA]
ANOVA is statistical method for determining the existence of differences among
several population means.
The required assumptions of ANOVA:
1. We assume ind
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CHAPTER 07
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
INTRODUCTION TO HYPOTHESIS TESTING
A statistical hypothesis is an assumption about a population parameter. This assumption may or may not be true.
The best way to det
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CHAPTER 05
SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTION
The sampling distribution of a statistic is the probability distribution of all possible values the
statistic may take when computed from random sampl
A Probability Approach for Solving Counting Problems
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How many times will the digit 7 be written when listing the integers from 1 to 1000?
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Chapter 3
The Matching Concept
The
and the Adjusting Process
and
Accounting, 9th Edition
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Objectives
1. Expla
Chapter 1
Introduction to Accounting
Introduction
and Business
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