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 finan
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:
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
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 t
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Student Name:_Bethany More _Date:_11/09/2014_
Facility Name:_FL Hospital- Zephyrhill
Running Head: FUNCTIONS
1
Functions, Linear Equations, and Linear Inequalities
The Denominators
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FUNCTIONS
2
Functions, Linear Equations, and Linear Inequalities
Discuss h
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
S
Introduction to Polynomials and Polynomial Functions: Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying
Section 5.1
For the polynomial function h(x) = 2x4 x3 + 2x2 4x 3, evaluate the following:
12.
h(3) = 2(3)4 (3
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 Li
*Use the dropdown menus to place the steps in the correct order.
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 pr
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
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
Tot
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
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
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
$4,6
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
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.
Chapter 9 P. 9-1
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Gina Slade
Ginger Cunningham
Amanda Baines
Beth Camren
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Chapter 9 P. 9-1
Enterprise funds are accounted for like comparable businesses; neverth
Chapter 7 P. 7-10
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Similar collectibles may be accounted for quite differently.
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