GREAT ADVENTURES, INC.
Assume the following ending balances for the month of July.
Service revenue (Clinic)
Legal fees expense
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21. The steps of the accounting cycle are presented below. Identify the correct order of the steps.
Description of Step
(b.) Start with beginning account balances.
Goldie Lock Hair Stylists has begun the preparation of its worksheet as follows:
Year-end data include the following: Complete
Goldie Lock's worksheet through the adjusted trial balance section. In the adjustments section, mark each
adjustment by letter.
On July 1, Boston Gold Exchange paid cash of $122,400 for computers that are expected to remain
useful for six years. At the end of six years, the value of the computers is expected to be zero.
1. Calculate the amount of depreciation for the
On November 1, Candid Equipment had a beginning balance in the Office Supplies account of
$ 1 comma 100$1,100.
During the month, Candid purchased $2,300 of office supplies. At November 30, Candid Equipment had
$1,700 of office supplies on hand.
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Payroll processes one to
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A. Input Method
B. Output Method
Total Material Cost
Year 1 Material Cost
Year 1 Acres
% of Acres
Total Construction Hours
Year 1 Construction Hours
Instructor: Anthony Di Scala
Operating Cycle of Merchandiser
Operating cycle of a merchandiser is an accounting practice that is made for businesses that are engaged
is buying and selling of merchandise. Many business
Instructor: Robert Brooks
American Flatbread uses social forms of motivation. They build strong connections with their employees
while providing a safe environment. All of the employees are driven by the sa
Professor: Janet Brooks
1. According to Kants categorical imperative, Alliances partners meeting expense and partner
distribution is ethical because there is no universal rule on how much money so
Instructor: Anthony Di Scala
Liabilities are financial obligations that a business has to another party. Liabilities can be loans that are
owed to the banks or it could be credit that is owed to another b
The 4 Ps
The four Ps of Marketing are Product, Price, Place and Promotion. They are guide lines for the success of
business, the main focus is on the customer values and their wants and needs. This process is called
Marketing Mix, it uses these four varia
Account Receivable Turnover Ratio
In accounting there are many methods that are used to measure the effectiveness of the company. One
of these methods is called Account Receivable Turnover Ratio, simply to put t
The Theory of Consumer Choice
1. The theory of consumer choice provides the foundation for understanding
a. the structure of a firm.
b. the profitability of a firm.
c. a firms product demand.
d. a firms product supply.
The Market Forces of Supply and Demand
1. The forces that make market economies work are
a. work and leisure.
b. demand and supply.
c. regulation and restraint.
d. taxes and government spending.
1. The natural rate of unemployment is the
a. unemployment rate that would prevail with zero inflation.
b. rate associated with the highest possible level of GDP.
c. difference between the long-run and short-run une
Thinking Like an Economist
1. Which of the following terms are most closely associated with the study of economics?
a. force and acceleration
b. torts and venues
c. ego and cognitive dissonance
d. comparative advantage and deadwe
Supply, Demand, and Government Policies
1. Price controls are usually enacted
a. as a means of raising revenue for public purposes.
b. when policymakers believe that the market price of a good or service is unfair to buyers or se
The Short-Run Trade-off between Inflation and Unemployment
1. Closely watched indicators such as the inflation rate and unemployment are released each month by the
a. Bureau of the Budget.
b. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Monetary System
a. is more efficient than barter.
b. makes trades easier.
c. allows greater specialization.
d. All of the above are correct.
2. When we say
The Costs of Production
1. According to the law of supply,
a. firms production levels are not correlated with the price of a good.
b. the supply curve will slope downward when demand decreases.
c. firms are willing to produce a
The Influence of Monetary and Fiscal Policy on Aggregate Demand
1. Fiscal policy affects the economy
a. only in the short run.
b. only in the long run.
c. in both the short and long run.
d. in neither the short nor long run.
The Design of the Tax System
1. Today the typical American pays what percent of her income in taxes, including property taxes, personal income
taxes, corporate income taxes, payroll taxes, and sales taxes?
a. 5 percent
b. 18 per
Saving, Investment, and the Financial System
1. When opening a restaurant you may need to buy ovens, freezers, tables, and cash registers. Economists call these
a. capital investment.
b. investment in human capital.
The Markets for the Factors of Production
1. Most of the total income earned in the U.S. economy is ultimately paid to households in the form of
Public Goods and Common Resources
1. For most goods in an economy, the signal that guides the decisions of buyers and sellers is
b. consumer surplus.
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Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets
1. Welfare economics is the study of
a. the well-being of less fortunate people.
b. welfare programs in the United States.
c. the effect of income redistribution on work effort.