CHAPTER 7
Linear Programming Models: Graphical and Computer Methods
TRUE/FALSE
7.1
Management resources that need control include machinery usage, labor volume, money spent,
time used, warehouse space
CHAPTER 13
Project Management
TRUE/FALSE
13.1
PERT and CPM are quantitative analysis tools designed to schedule and control large
projects.
ANSWER: TRUE
13.2
PERT is a deterministic analysis tool allo
CHAPTER 12
Network Models
TRUE/FALSE
12.1
The minimal-spanning tree technique finds the shortest route to a series of destinations.
ANSWER: FALSE
12.2
In the minimal-spanning tree technique, it is nec
CHAPTER 9
Linear Programming: The Simplex Method
TRUE/FALSE
9.1
A basic feasible solution is a solution to a linear programming problem that corresponds to a
corner point of the feasible region.
ANSWE
CHAPTER 16
Markov Analysis
TRUE/FALSE
16.1
The matrix of transition probabilities shows the likelihood that the system will change
from one time period to the next.
ANSWER: TRUE
16.2
In the matrix of
CHAPTER 16
MULTIPLE CHOICE
16-1: 16-2: 16-3: d, because no impairment of goodwill is recognized. d, consolidated net income will decrease due to amortization of the allocated difference which is not t
CHAPTER 15
MULTIPLE CHOICE
15-1: a Acquisition cost Less: Book value of interest acquired (100%) Difference Allocation: Property and equipment Other assets Long-term debt Goodwill 15-2: c Acquisition
Chapter Seven
7.1
The probability distribution of the population data is called the population distribution. Tables 7.1 and
7.2 on page 309 of the text provide an example of such a distribution. The p
CHAPTER 13
MULTIPLE CHOICE
13-1: 13-2: c a Goods available for sale: At billed price (P30,000 + P180,000) At cost (P210,000 / 120%) Balance of Allowance for Overvaluation account before adjustment 13-
CHAPTER 13
MULTIPLE CHOICE
13-1: 13-2: c a Goods available for sale: At billed price (P30,000 + P180,000) At cost (P210,000 / 120%) Balance of Allowance for Overvaluation account before adjustment 13-
CHAPTER 12
MULTIPLE CHOICE
12-1: 12-2: d. This is recorded when the working fund is replenished. c. Sales Cost of goods sold: Purchases Merchandise inventory, end Gross profit Expenses Net income (los
CHAPTER 12
MULTIPLE CHOICE
12-1: 12-2: d. This is recorded when the working fund is replenished. c. Sales Cost of goods sold: Purchases Merchandise inventory, end Gross profit Expenses Net income (los
Franchise Accounting
177
CHAPTER 11 MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS AND SOLUTIONS 11-1: b No revenue is to be reported. Because the franchisor fails to render substantial services to the franchisee as of Dece
CHAPTER 17
MULTIPLE CHOICE
17-1: B Consolidated sales Sales Papa Sales San Elimination of inter-company sales Consolidated sales Consolidated cost of goods sold Cost of goods sold Papa Cost of goods s
CHAPTER 18
MULTIPLE CHOICE
18-1: a Equipment at original cost Accumulated depreciation: Time of sale Current depreciation based on Original cost (P500,000/10 years 18-2: b Net income Sol Unrealized ga
CHAPTER 18
MULTIPLE CHOICE
18-1: a Equipment at original cost Accumulated depreciation: Time of sale Current depreciation based on Original cost (P500,000/10 years 18-2: b Net income Sol Unrealized ga
Mann - Introductory Statistics, Fifth Edition, Solutions Manual
5.1
103
Random variable: A variable whose value is determined by the outcome of a random experiment is
called a random variable. An exam
Chapter Six
6.1
The probability distribution of a discrete random variable assigns probabilities to points while that of a
continuous random variable assigns probabilities to intervals.
6.2
The probab
Chapter Nine
9.1
a. The null hypothesis is a claim about a population parameter that is assumed to be true until it is
declared false.
b. An alternative hypothesis is a claim about a population parame
Chapter Eight
8.83
n 100,
x $273, , and s $60;
therefore
s x s / n 60 / 100 6
a. Point estimate of x $273
1
1
$
Margin of error .96 s x .96(6) 11.76
b. The 95 % confidence interval for is:
8.84
x zs x
Chapter Eleven
11.1
See box on page 512 of the text.
11.2
For df = 12 and .025 area in the right tail:
2 = 23.337
11.3
For df = 28 and .05 area in the right tail:
2 = 41.337
11.4
For an area of .10 in
Chapter Ten
10.1
The two samples are independent if they are drawn from two different populations and the elements of
the two samples are not related. As an example, suppose we want to estimate the di
CHAPTER 20
MULTIPLE CHOICE
20-1: b Bad debt expense (S$ 6,000 x P28.20) P169,200 Amortization of patents (S$ 4,000 x P28.20) 112,800 Rent expense (S$ 10,000 x P28.20) 282,000 Total P564,000 Average ra
CHAPTER 18
Problem 18-1
Problem 18-2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D
A
A
C
A
B
C
C
C
D
Problem 18-3
1. Ore property
5,000,000
Total cost (960,000 + 490,000)
1,450,000
Less: Accumulated depletion
400,0
CHAPTER 21
MULTIPLE CHOICE 21-1 21.2 21.3 21.4 21.5 21.6 21.7 21.8 21.9 21.10 21.11 21.12 21.13 21.14 21.15 b a a b b a c a a c d b b a a Excess of income over expenses Depreciation Increase in due fr
CHAPTER 19
Multiple Choice
19-1: d.
Direct exchange rate: December 1 December 31 Decrease in forex rate Forex gain (200,000 yen x P0.08) 1 2.22 yen = 1 2.70 yen = P P P 0.45 0.37 0.08 16,000
19-2:
c.
Joint Venture
103
CHAPTER 6 SOLUTIONS TO MULTIPLE CHOICES
6-1: a Assets per Jessica Company- balance sheet Jessicas proportionate interest in assets of JV (50%) Total assets of Jessica 6-2: a 6-3: b 6