Cost of Goods Manufactured
Particulars
Amount
Beginning
Work
in
process
3,000.00
Direct Material Used
5,000.00
Direct Labor
7,000.00
Total
Factory
Labor
head
Ending
5,100.00
Work
In
process
Cost
-4,000.00
of
Manufactured
goods
16,100.00
So Correct Option
(1) Given that X is normally distributed with mean 505 and standard deviation 109 and we have to find
the probability
.
This probability statement can be written as:
The normal probabilities can be found using the Excel function NORMDIST (x, mean, standar
Minimum sample size for CI level = 00% and Desired Margin of Errcur, E = 0.01, is
given by:
a
n=p3=< (1p(E)
note: Margin cif Errcir = [Length of CW2
.4.
Since we don't have preliminary estimate. we use p : 0.5. which requires the
maximum n
Significance le
a)
The probability that neither of the 2 students have landed an internship can be calculated using
the formula:
(choose 0 of 8 interns) x (choose 2 of 40-8 interns)
P neither are interns =
( ) select 2 om 40 interns
PM)
P(neither are interns) = L
[1"]
1x
REQUIREMENT 1:
DIMSDALE SPORTS CO.
Sales Budgets
January, February, and March 2014
Budgeted Budgeted Budgeted
Units Unit Price Total Dollars
January 2014 . 6,750 $56 $378,000
February 2014 . 9,500 56 532,000
March 2014 . 56 602,000
10,750
Total for the
Face value (FV)
$
Coupon rate
5.00%
Number
1,000.00
of
compounding
periods per year
1
Interest per period
(PMT)
$
Number of years to
maturity
10
Number
of
compounding
periods till maturity
(NPER)
Market
10
rate
of
return/Required
rate of return
Market
rat
Assume a member is selected at random from the population represented by the graph. Find the probability that the member Braking Distsarge 0' Mid-Shed
selected at random is from the shaded area of the graph. Assume the variable x is normally distributed.
7.6 Exercises
Section 7.] .' Conservation of angular momentum
7.8.
7.9.
Wrapping around a pole at-
A puck of mass m sliding on frictionless ice is attached by a horizontal
string of length 8 to a thin vertical pole of radius R. The puck initially
travels
rst we need to calculate the value of the bond:
FV=lDU
N=10-3=T
m = 1030x396 = 80
R=l%
Pmrl1[1+r)
PF: +FF[1+r)
Bull[1+l1mf)
0.10
PF: BDX4_86841+L Dx 0.513158
= 91:12.63
PF: +1=r;l::+><[1+119)"T
Conversion value = No. of shares x price of stock l+grmvth ra
a)
Before ipping a fair coin, Sunil assesses that he has a 50% chance of obtaining tails.
This is an example of classical probability.
0)
At the beginning of the semester, John believes he has a 9U% chance of receiving straight
A.
This is an example of su
Step-by-step solution
1. Step 1 of 11
A.
According to the provided information of the problem, the following network
flow can be drawn,
2. Step 2 of 11
B.
Firstly take the cell B2 to B18 as decision variable to decide that how much
quantity will ship from
Step-by-step solution
1. Step 1 of 9
The table of wall street journal is given below.
2. Step 2 of 9
a. Highlight the entire data set and insert a pivot table in a new sheet Pivot Table 1 as shown in
the spreadsheet. Drag company type in the row label and
EXAM 1 PRACTICE PROBLEMS
Chapter 2
1. X Corporation, a C corporation, has the following tax information:
Income from operations:
$400,000
Expenses from operations: $170,000
Dividends received:
$10,000
They are also considering the donation of inventory to
EXAM 1 REVIEW SHEET Topics
Chapter 1
Understand where Federal tax law in the United States originates:
o House of Representatives
House Ways and Means Committee
Proposed bill is sent to the House of Representatives for approval or
dismissal.
Approved bill
Agenda for September 3, 2014
1. Take attendance.
2.
a. Begin Chapter 2
a.i. Cover pages 2-2 to 2-16
a.i.1.
Textbook examples from chapter 2: 3, 4, 16, 17
For Monday, September 8:
1. Review Chapter 2 reading
a. We will cover the remainder of Chapter 2 on M
Part A:
Suppose In a Found Ltd. just issued a dividend of $1.73 per share on its common stock. The company
paid dividends of $1.40, $1.47, $1.54, and $1.65 per share in the last four years.
g1 = (1.47 - 1.40)/1.40*100 = 5%
g2 = (1.54 - 1.47)/1.47*100 = 4.
1.
Entry 1 is correct.
Dec 31 Note Payable a/c Dr $7238
Interest expenses a/c Dr $7000
To Cash $14328
Being the installment paid in cash
Explanation of the entry is below:
Note payable= $100000
Time=10 Years
Interest rate=7%
EMI= $14238
EMI contains an in
The demand curve is
Q = 1000 1000P
Or equivalently,
1000P = 1000 Q
P
= 1 Q/1000
The market marginal cost is constant at $0.28. In perfect competition, the marginal cost is the
supply curve. Therefore, the supply curve is
P = 0.28
The equilibrium takes pla
The act performed by the treasurer of holding the check for 4 days and blaming it to the mail
room is unethical as it violates the basic principle of integrity- having honest business practice.
Also such a practice of suppressing the discount period due t
(a) Let us consider that the deflection in the mass is X therefore in the spring too.
From Rayleigh equation we know that
natural frequency = (g/deflection)1/2
and we also know that natural frequency = (k/m) 1/2
equating both results
g/X = k/m
k = mg/X wh