Fundamentals of Cost
Analysis for Decision Making
Chapter 4
Learning Objectives
LO 4-1
Use differential analysis to analyze decisions.
LO 4-2
Understand how to apply differential analysis
to pricing decisions.
LO 4-3
Understand several approaches for esta
UIL ACCOUNTING
State 2010-S
Group 1
At the end of its fiscal year (12-31-09), after all accounts determined to be
uncollectible have been written off and before any adjusting entries are recorded,
the following information is available:
Accounts Receivabl
UIL ACCOUNTING
State 2003-S
Group 1
Indicate whether each item expresses an advantage or a disadvantage of a
corporation or if the item is not a characteristic of a corporation. Write on your
answer sheet A for advantage, D for disadvantage, or N if the i
UIL ACCOUNTING
Invitational 2012-A
Group 1
Determine whether each of the following is a debit or credit using this code:
DR=debit; CR=credit. Mark the correct answer on your answer sheet.
1. The balance side of Sales Discounts
2. The decrease side of Prep
UIL ACCOUNTING
Regional 2010-R
Group 1
For items 1 through 12, decide whether the item belongs on the Post-Closing Trial
Balance. If the item belongs on this type of trial balance, indicate whether the
normal balance will be listed in the debit column or
UIL ACCOUNTING
District 2004-D1
Group 1
Questions 1 through 8 are transactions that took place in April for a business
called Joes Landscaping Service. Use the following code to describe each
transaction.
A. increases an asset and decreases an asset
B. in
UIL ACCOUNTING
District 2004-D2
Group 1
Indicate the classification of items 1 through 8 by writing the correct identifying
letter on your answer sheet and indicate the decrease side of the account by
writing DR for debit or CR for credit. Both parts of e
Statistics/Mathematics 310
Larget Solutions to Assignment #4
February 19, 2009
1. Solution: The data s = (r, p, w) of size n = r + p + w is assumed to be multinomial with a single parameter = (0, 1) that species all of the category probabilities, 2 ,2(1 )
Section 2. (Suggested Time: 2 Hours, 15 minutes) Answer any 3 of the following 4
questions.
7. Optimal Growth with depreciation spillovers.
Consider the following Economy:
Time: Discrete, innite horizon
Demography: A continuum, mass normalized to 1, of (r
Coffee Bean Inc
Mona Loa
Malaysian
4.2
0.3
3.2
0.3
Product Costs
Direct Materials
Direct Labor
0.025 hrs
activities
pool
purchasing
material handling
quality control
roasting
blending
packaging
total MOH
Direct Labor information
activity data for each pro
MC27
n
t
2.7238
36 mean
3.13 stdev
lower cl upper CL
3.03
3.23
MC30
n
z
-1.644854
64 mean
15 stdev
lower CI upper CI
14.18
15.82
0.23 CI
99%
4 stdev is a sigma so we use z statistic
se z statistic
CI
90%
price
189,000
231,000
238,000
201,000
220,000
195,0
Time series forecasting and index nnumber
Times series forecasting is a type of forecasting using time series data. We assume that whats observed in the history
will repeat in the future so that we can rely on the recorded data to predict future values.
T
A farmer is preparing to plant a crop in the spring and needs to fertilize a field.
There are two brands of fertilizer to choose from, Super-gro and Crop-quick.
Each brand yields a specific amount of nitrogen and phosphate per bag, as follows:
Brand
Super
Final Review
Mexican Revolution (1910-1920)
Hawaiian Islands concept of empire of freedom
Teddy Roosevelt is important in the Mexican Revolution
Launch of American military forces in Vera Cruz
Boxer Rebellion: Summer of 1900
Attack on embassies in Beijing
Kelsea Caldwell
10/23/2016
Applied Statistics
Test 2 Bonus
For the paper test, I got 51.5 points. I missed questions 9,15,16, and 23.
Paper Test:
Q9: Answer Choice B is correct because section 13.1 of the e-text states that In examining the
regression coe
Search process: 4 techniques are
1) stepwise regression
2) forward regression
3) backward regression
4)all possible regression
(1)Step wise regression: We walk through multiple steps/stages in order to find out the best combination of the
ind. Variable to
MCQ 53
Ho
Ha
n
sample mean
stdev
t
=
25
4.1
1.4
-2.5
MCQ 55
pop mean
n
sample mean
s
t
61
36
63
9
1.3333333333
Suppl Prob 9.53
Ha
Ho
=
a
a/2
n
sample mean
s
t-critical
t-sample mean
EOS 9.26
Ho
Ha
n
x
p
phat
z critical
z-phat (cal)
pvalue
Lower CV
Upper C
Chapter 7
Sampling methods:
Simple Random Sampling: Each element in the population has the same probability of being selected.
Systematic Sampling: Probability method in which we select every 10th person to be sure sample is
random start the selection w
Statesboro Area Real Estate Sales (2004-2010)
Source: Bulloch County Tax Assessors Office, Oct 2010
Collected by Steve Moss, moddified by Jake Simons
808 JULIEANN WAY
810 Julieann
810 Shelter Pointe
812 Julieann
900 Monarch
900 Pointer
902 Brittany
902 Mo