Week 5 Homework
E9-3 State in which part of an entitys CAFR (MD&A, fund financial
statements, notes to the financial statements, required supplementary
information, and so forth) you are most likely to find the following
information:
Particulars
Descripti

Chapter 7 P. 7-10
Gena Slade
Amanda Baines
Ginger Cunningham
Beth Camren
Mary Alanis
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Chapter 7 P. 7-10
Similar collectibles may be accounted for quite differently.
The City of Allentown recently received a donation of two item

Chapter 10 Exercise 10-4
Investment gains and losses may have to be accounted for differently in nonexpendable then
in expendable funds.
The McCracken County Humane Society (MCHS), which is part of a countys
reporting entity, established a permanent fund

Chapter 6 E. 6-4
Capital projects funds account for construction expenditures, not for the assets that are being
constructed.
The Wickliffe City Council authorizes the restoration of the city library. The project
is to be funded by the issuance of bonds,

Week 3 Homework
a)
Journal entries to record given transactions in the Capital Projects Fund can be
prepared as follows:
S.
No.
1
Account Title and Explanation
Estimated revenues
Estimated other financing sources
Debits
($)
4,000,00
0
75,000,0
00
Appropri

Week 2 Homework
E3-9 (Relationship between budgetary fund balance and actual fund
balance)
The Village of Albert's Alley recorded the following budgetary journal entry at
the beginning of fiscal 2013:
Estimated revenue
Appropriations
5,000,000
4,950,000
B

Week 1 Homework
E1-1 Answer:
The CYO is a not-for-profit organization, rather than a governmental entity.
Even though its activities are financed by governmental grants and its
programs are held in a local high school, its day-to-day operations are
contro

Running Head: FUNCTIONS
1
Functions, Linear Equations, and Linear Inequalities
The Denominators
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MAT1033-29
FUNCTIONS
2
Functions, Linear Equations, and Linear Inequalities
Discuss how your team intends to work together for the remainder

Rational Expressions and Functions: Simplifying, Multiplying, and Dividing
Section 6.1
Find the domain of each of the following rational functions.
2.
f(x) = 3x 8
4x + 20
4x + 20 = 0
4x = -20
x = -5
Simplify completely.
6.
-7xy2 = -7 * x * y2 = -1 * 1 * y

Graphing Linear Equations with Two Unknowns
Section 3.1
Find the missing coordinate.
6.
(-3,
) is a solution of y = 4 3x.
y = 4 3x
13 = 4 3(-3)
= 4 3(-3)
13 = 4 + 9
=4+9
13 = 13
y = 13
Slope of a Line
Section 3.2
4.
Two different lines are parallel if t

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Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
4. Recognize and define the problem.
5. Identify alternatives as possible solutions to the problem.
2. Identify the costs and benefits associated wi

a
b
c
d
e
Cost center
Investment center
Revenue center
Profit center
Investment center
Margin = Operating Income / Sales
Turnover = Sales / Average Operating Assets
Return on Investment (ROI) = Margin x Turnover
Part 1
Operating Income
Sales
Margin (Opera

Part 1
Volume
Direct labor hours per unit
Total standard hours
7,500 *hint: number of units
5
37,500
Part 2
Volume
Kits required per unit
Total kits
7,500
1
7,500
Volume
Cabinets required per unit
Total cabinets
7,500
1
7,500
Part 3
*Remember: Standard ho

Part 1
Direct material costs (per unit)
Direct labor cost (per unit)
Variable overhead cost (per unit)
Fixed overhead cost (per unit)
Absorption cost per unit
$8.75 *hint: cost divided by 70,000 units
$1.50
$1.13
$3.85
$15.23
Part 2
Direct material costs

Part 1
We must first compute the overhead cost for the molding department.
Total budgeted overhead costs
$450,000 *given in the exercise
% attributable to injection molding
80% *given in the exercise
Molding activity overhead cost
$360,000 *hint: multiply

Part 1.
Direct materials
Direct labor
Applied overhead
Transferred-in cost:
From Molding
From Grinding
Total cost
Molding Department Grinding Department Finishing Department
$71,600
$7,600
$4,900
$4,600
$11,200
$7,600
$7,000
$54,400
$7,600
$83,200
$83,200

Chapter 9 P. 9-1
Mary Alanis
Gina Slade
Ginger Cunningham
Amanda Baines
Beth Camren
Everest University
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Chapter 9 P. 9-1
Enterprise funds are accounted for like comparable businesses; nevertheless, they have their
quirks.
The Green Hills Water Di