Q1W3 - 1.3 Reflections Dropbox Assignment
[Unit 1: Transformations]
Directions: Use the Notes/Hints on the left to complete the Your Turn problems on the
right. Refer back to the previous problems or classroom pages if you need help. Please
make sure to S
Q1W8 2.3 Parallel Lines Dropbox Assignment
[Cluster 2: Congruence, Lines, and Proofs]
Directions: Use the Examples on the left when given to complete the Your Turn
problems on the right. When not given an example, refer back to the previous problems if
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Math 119
Mathematics of Finance
Part 2
Trade Discount
Simple Merchandising Chain
Manufacturer Wholesaler Retailer Consumer
The price quoted from one of the first two sectors to another
often involves trade discounts.
A Trade Discount is a reduction of a c
FOOD COST FORM
Menu Item
Date:
Tomato Basil Salmon
Number of Portions:
Size:
10
Cost Per Portion:
Selling Price:
$3.36
Salmon
Basil(1tb=0.1oz)
Tomato
Olive Oil
Grated Parmesan (1
cup=4oz)
Weight Unit
Volume Unit
2.375 lb
0.1 oz
1 tb
6 oz
Food Cost %:
13.4
Worksheet Contribution Margin
Contribution Margin ($) = Selling price variable costs
Contribution Margin (%) = Selling price variable costs
x 100
Selling price
1. Rainteck has designed a rain poncho that doubles as a shopping bag. This poncho retails
for
Fundamentals of
Programming ITM200
Decision
Write & Evaluate Boolean Expressions
Use If -else and switch-case Statements to
implement decisions
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[ a = 1 ] [ b = 2 ] [ c = 3 ]
as
bs
cs
[ x = 1 ]
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Homework
Data Types &
CITM410 D10 - Business Process Design
Module 4 Group Exercise-Group 7
Aida Ramandani- Led group discussions /Contributed to project
Rene Elizabeth Richards- Contributed to project
Vishali Sivakumar- Contributed to project
Submitted: Saturday, October 8, 2
Worksheet Type of Expenses
1. Paderno is a cookware company based in Winslow, PEI that sells its products through
retail outlets and online. It cookware sets sell for an average of $800. The costs associated
with the online side of the business are as fol
MKT100 Principles of Marketing
Written Assignment
Fall 2016
Situation Analysis Report
The completed assignment must be submitted electronically by 5 pm on Wednesday
October 26 into the Assignment Dropbox in D2L. Each assignment is automatically
submitted
Q1W6 2.2 Proofs Dropbox Assignment Part 1
[Cluster 2: Congruence, Lines, and Proofs]
Directions: Use the Examples when given to help you complete the Your Turn
problems. When not given an example, refer back to the previous problems if you need
help. Plea
Q1W7 2.2 Proofs Dropbox Assignment Part 2
[Cluster 2: Congruence, Lines, and Proofs]
Directions: Use the Examples to help you complete the Your Turn problems. When not
given an example, refer back to the previous problems if you need help. Please make sur
Q1W8 2.4 Perpendicular Lines Dropbox Assignment
[Cluster 2: Congruence, Lines, and Proofs]
Directions: Complete the Your Turn problems. Refer back to the lesson pages and
videos in the classroom if you need help. Please make sure to Show ALL Work by eithe
Equivalent Series of Payments
The following is a step-by-step approach to find an equivalent series of
payments.
1. Calculate the maturity values of the original set of obligations, if
necessary, and place all maturity values on a timeline.
2. Place the k
EQUATIO S OF VALUE
Often it is desirable to restructure a series of debts. This restructuring
may take the form of paying the debts earlier or arranging to pay the
debts at a later time. It may include changing both the timing of the
payments and the numb
MARKUP
( MARGI or GROSS PROFIT )
From the retailers point of view there are two basic components to retail
pricing.
1. Cost of Buying (or just Cost denoted by C).
eg. A store pays $30 for an item.
C = $30
2. Markup (denoted by M). Also called Margin or Gr
CASH DISCOUNT - PARTIAL PAYMENT
CREDIT vs PAYMENT
Consider an invoice for $2,000 dated March 15th with terms: Cash 5, n/30. To
discharge the debt in full immediately the calculation would be
Payment = 0.95(2000) = $1,900
Recall that a discount of 5% means
Recall question #7 from the last lesson, in particular part (c).
7. A patio chair is listed for $240. A discount series of 30%, 20%, 5% is
given.
a) What is the net price?
= L (1 d1 )(1 d2 )(1 d3 )
= 240 (1 0.3)(1 0.2)(1 0.05)
= 240 ( 0.7 )( 0.8)( 0.95)
=