Donika Zymberi
Finance Accounting
Chapter 1 QS
Identify which accounting principle or assumption best describes each of the following practices
a. In December 2012, Chavez Landscaping received a customers order and cash prepayment
to install sod at a new
Chapter 1 QS
Identify which accounting principle or assumption best describes each of the following
practices
a. In December 2012, Chavez Landscaping received a customers order and cash
prepayment to install sod at a new house that would not be ready for
Brittnee McKinney
Statistics T-TH 1:40-2:55
HW#2
2.97
1) The mean for the sanitation out of 186 cruise ships was 95.70. The standard deviation for
the 186 ships was 4.963.
2) Since the mean was 95.70 the first Xbar + S intervals range is (90.737,100.663)
VSpeakmon
Stats
March 31,2016
HW#13 pg 366 #8.34 pg 379 #8.73
8.34
a
H0: =10,000
z test =
Ha: >10,000
x 0 1106610000
=
=5.4705
x
1595
67
z.05=1.645. The rejection region is z >1.645
z test =5.4705>1.645 There is sufficient evidence to conclude that the
Brittnee McKinney
HW #4
4.20
a.
P ( x 0 )=.40+.15+.10=.65
b.
P ( x >1 )=.40+.30+.05=.75
c.
P (1 x 1 )=.15+.40+.30=.85
d.
P ( x <2 )=.30+.40+.15+.10=.95
e.
P (1< x <2 )=.40+.30=. 70
f.
P ( x <1 )=.40+ .15+.10=.65
4.29
x
P(x)
6
7
8
9
10
.28
.07
.34
.03
.01
VSpeakmon
Stats
March 1 2016
HW#8 pg 251 #5.68
5.68 Which one data set is Most normally distributed
The histogram shows that the dataset D
kurtosis
close
0 for
too
shaped.
dataset
compared to the normal curve. The
value is .765 which is
enough to
the data
MP3: DuBois or Washington?
Step 5: Documents
Document A-Graphs
Source: D. Gray. Teaching American History Grant Project
GRAPH 1
GRAPH 2
Document Analysis Questions
1. What do these graphs show about the quality of education for Blacks at this time in
hist
Lets Make Some Money
Ian Hall
Hotdogs
Price per unit: $5
Wholesale cost per unit: $2
One-time equipment cost: $700
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
C(q)= 2q + 7,700
R=5q
Break even= 2,567 units or 92 per hour. Yes
P= 3q 7,700
Goal: $10,000
Q= 5,900 or 211 units per hour. Y
College Meals Inc.
Goal:
As an employee of College Meals Inc., I need to determine how many students
must purchase meal plans each term, at a state college, in order for my company to
continue servicing them. Additionally, I must determine how many studen
Woods or Lakes
Goal:
As a young realtor with good connections, I need to make a rule to decide which
home is a better deal for my clients. This rule should decide which home is the best
deal based of the number of square feet my client desires.
Given Info
Taxes! Taxes! Taxes!
IN CLASS ACTIVITY
Ian Hall, Joey Bernardini, Quinn Slizyk, and Cedric Haskins
In this activity consider the following demand and supply functions.
Demand
D ( p )=52,000150 p
Supply
S ( p )=250 p8,000
First, assume that no taxes are im
I Scream for Ice Cream
Goal:
As an employee of the I Scream Ice Cream Shop, I need to find the price range at
which my company will maintain a weekly revenue of $22,500.
Given Information:
At a price of $3.75 per scoop the demand for ice cream is 6,000 s
Chapter 1 Notes on Functions
Section 1.1: Functions Given by Formulas
Q: What is a formula?
A: A formula is an algebraic equation that denes a relationship between two or more
variables.
Q: What is a function?
A: A function is dened by associating to each
:gTax Owed The income tax T owed' m a certain
state is a function of the taxable mcome I, both
measured in dollars. The formula' 1s
T= 0.11I - 500.
3. Express using functional notaon the tax owed
on a taxable income of $13,000, and then calca-
late that v
a wildlife reserve, the pupulation can be expected to
grow rapidly at rst but to level out when the popu- '
lation grows to near the maximum that the environ-
?N vnent can support. Such growth is known as logistic
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(<4 lult Weight from Puppy Weight There is a formula
at estimates how much your puppy will weigh when V l s
it reaches adulthood. The method we present applies a CU,( 0 7E (DP:( CH" L):
to medium-sized breeds. First nd your puppys ~ \ UL )
Chapter 1 Notes on Functions
Section 1.1: Functions Given by Formulas
Q: What is a formula?
A: A formula is an algebraic equation that denes a relationship between two or more
variables.
Q: What is a function?
A: A function is dened by associating to each
b. Solve to nd the predicted value: '35? = 1:3 = 22.2857
Q: What are the units?
PV*T(1+T)t
(1+r)t1
M = monthly payment, PV = Present Value
To nd the monthly formula: M (PV, r, t) =
r = interest rate in decimal, t = time in years
Show #55, $13, 522, 3, 5,
CS 150
Name: _Kyle Green_
Class Time: _mwf 10am_
Evaluation of Skills
For each item please place an X in the applicable column
System Operations
File Management
Use secondary storage (USB, CD, etc.)
Copy, move, rename files
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