Your answer is correct.
You are provided with the following information for Merrell Enterprises,
effective as of its April 30, 2012, year-end.
Building, net of accumulated depreciation
Dana La Fontsee opened Pro Window Washing
Inc. on July 1, 2012. During July the following
transactions were completed.
Purchased used truck for $10,356, paying $2,
Test 1 Econ to Know
Scarcity is not a shortage
Economic goods are scarce goods, for which the quantity demanded exceeds the quantity
supplied at zero price.
Law of Increasing Additional Cost- As society attempts to produce more of a good, the
Lesson 2 Content Guide
As you analyze Europe and its contact with the Americas in the Age of Exploration, you should
focus on the following topics:
The Spice Trade with the East Indies: Why and Whom?
Arab traders as middle men
Venetian participation in
Lesson 2 Study Guide
Analyze the reasons why the Europeans were interested in reaching the East Indies by a
more direct route, what they expected to gain from this route, and in what Asian products
they were most interested. Trace the voyages of explorat
As you analyze the Civil War era (1861-1865), you should pay attention to the following topics:
The war begins
o Lincoln's inaugural
o The secession crisis: the Confederacy
o The firing on Fort Sumter
The opposing sides
o Northern and Southern advantage
Lesson 10 Discussion
For this assignment, we will be having a debate on the South's decision to secede from the
Union. You'll need to decide if you want to be a Northerner or a Southerner. If you are a
Southerner, what case will you make for the necessity
Lesson 10 Study Guide
Why did the South secede?
Why was Fort Sumter fired upon? Which side held the fort initially? Who won this first
confrontation of the war?
What was the war strategy of the No
Lesson 10 Terms
1) Fort Sumter2) Border States
4) Anaconda Plan
5) Thomas ("Stonewall") Jackson
6) Robert E. Lee
7) King Cotton
8) Trent Affair
9) First Bull Run
10) Jay Cooke
13) George McClellan
14) Ulysses S. Grant
HIST 2111UNITED STATES HISTORY I
Fall 2012, GPC Online
Online Office Hours: By appointment via Blackboard IM
DEPARTMENT CONTACT INFORMATION:
Department of Social Sciences, GPC Online
Chair: Dr. Otto Burianek
STUDY GUIDE FOR 1ST TEST
Chapters 1-5, Learning Modules 1-4
At the bottom, you will find a sample answer to one of the terms. The sample term and
answer should give you an idea of the depth of information you need to study for and
include with each term.
Which of the following is a principle of a democratic governme
E. All of the 100%
Direct democracy r
Reality television has made a positive change on America. They appeal to individuality,
creativity, and wealth. These values have changed television viewing, because Americans look
to these shows as an opportunity or goal to reach in the future. According
9 pins diamond original
The approach is typically fifteen feet long and allows for players to generate speed and momentum prior to releasing
The alley is the lane in which the ball is released. The ball travels along the alley towards
The Nature of Economics
Discuss the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics
Evaluate the role that rational self-interest plays in economic analysis
Explain why the study of economics is a science
Bowling Study Guide
Which countries can bowling be traced back to?
When were the rules first standardized?
Where is the term bowl derived from?
Saxon bolla and Danish bolle, means bubble
Ten-pin bowling was developed i
Module 1 Study Guide Behavior Change and Goal Setting
What is adherence?
Familiarizing and upholding a healthy behavior
What are the four common reasons why people do not participate in physical activity programs?
Lack of time
Lack of knowledge about f
Chapter 5-study guide-Body Composition
1. Know the components of body composition and Body Mass Index
Hydrostatic weighing, skinfold thickness measures, bioelectrical impedance, and
waist hip ratio
BMI: Height and weight
2. Know the role of fat and fatt
Module 2 Study Guide Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Define cardiorespiratory fitness.
Attained through aerobic exercise activities where adequate or excess oxygen is
constantly provided to the body
What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise
Module 4 Study Guide Flexibility
What is flexibility?
Range of motion around a joint
What is active flexibility?
Capability to hold a position using only the tension of the agonists
What is passive flexibility?
Using your weight to discover your abilit
Module 3 Study Guide Muscular Fitness
Define muscular fitness.
Capability of the muscle to produce the greatest force during a single contraction
Understand the difference between muscular strength and endurance.
What is muscle hypertrophy?
Module 6-Nutrition-Study Guide
1. Know what essential and non-essential nutrients are
Essential nutrients: nutrients the body cannot make and are needed daily
2. Understand the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates
Accounting The information system that identifies, records, and communicates the economic
events of an organization to interested users.
Annual report A report prepared by corporate management that presents financial information
including financial statem
Georgia Perimeter College
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Types of Businesses
Stockholders, vendors, banks, Security Exchange Commission
Your answer is correct.
On June 1 Beardsley Service Company was
started with an investment of $27,199 cash.
Here are the assets and liabilities of the
company on June 30, and the revenues and
expenses for the month of June, its first month
Towne Architects incorporated as licensed
architects on April 1, 2012. During the first
month of the operation of the business, these
events and transactions occurred:
Hired a secretary-receptionist at a salary of $546
GEORGIA PERIMETER COLLEGE
32076 ACCT 2101 050
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I: FINANCIAL
Linda Mullins, Assistant Professor of Accounting
iCollege E-mail: lmullins
E-mail: Linda.Mullins@gpc.edu (use only if iCollege is down)
Accounting: Tools fo
1. What impressed you the most about this speaker and his message?
The examples he gave for each situation impressed me the most. Most speakers simply
state why something is, but Simon Sinek provided situations for each topic. For example,
he drew the gol