Important points of chapter 4
Cost pool a collection of indirect costs associated with a cost object.
Cost driver an activity associated with a cost object that affects the amount of indirect
cost of the cost object.
Job costing a method of determining th

Consider a finite population with five elements labeled A, B, C, D, and E. Ten possible simple random samples of size 2 can be selected.
a) List the 10 samples beginning with AB, AC, and so on.
AB, AC, AD, AE, BC, BD, BE, CD, CE, DE
b) Using the simple ra

Heather Haney
3 April 2013
Week 13 Assignment
Prof Kelley Brasher
Marketing 3800 02
1. Discuss the role of personal selling in the promotion mix. In what situations is it more effective than
advertising? (AACSB: Communication; Reflective Thinking).
Perso

A simple random sample of 50 items from a population with = 6 resulted in a sample mean of 32.
a) Provide a 90% confidence interval for the population mean. 30.6 to 33.4
c) Provide a 99% confidence interval for the population mean. 29.81 to 34.19
b) Provi

Important Topics Ch.17
Process costing is used in a manufacturing environment where the
products produced are virtually identical. Examples are bags of
cement, gallons of gasoline or gallons of paint. Process costing is
WIP inventory. The costs included i

Heather Haney
11 March 2013
Week 9 Assignment
Prof Kelley Brasher
Marketing 3800 02
1. Discuss how retailers and wholesalers add value to the marketing system. Explain
why marketers are embracing the concept of shopper marketing. (AACSB:
Communication; Re

1)
Consider PepsiCos advertising throughout its history. Identify as many commonalities as possible across its
various ad campaigns. How is this campaign consistent with PepsiCos brand image?
2)
Pepsi has been consistent with generation themes, having fun

Using the full spectrum of segmentation variables, describe how Starbucks initially
segmented and targeted the coffee market.
Starbucks initially started out as a place for a working single person to have a quick get
away from home to be able to relax. Wh

Heather Haney
Busa 2105
Assignment 2
January 26, 2013
15) Analyze how well a company adapts to international audiences.
Choose a large, global company and explore their website. Do you find multiple versions of the
companys site for different countries? I

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April 2, 2013
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To: All GM employees
From: Heather Haney, GM vice president of public relations
Subject: Vehicle Recalls
Dear all GM employees,
General Motors is voluntarily conducting a safety recall for 2009-2010 models of the Chevrolet
Traverse, Buick Enclave, GMC Aca

To: All GM employees
From: Heather Haney, GM vice president of public relations
Subject: Vehicle Recalls
Dear all GM employees,
General Motors is voluntarily conducting a safety recall for 2009-2010 models of the Chevrolet
Traverse, Buick Enclave, GMC Aca

Dear Professor LaDuke,
I am writing to ask whether it would be possible for you to provide a reference for me.
If you were able to attest to the skills I attained during my tenure at Georgia Perimeter
College, I would sincerely appreciate it.
I am in the

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Hi Professor Aldridge,
I chose to comment on the third v

Important topics for Ch 10
This chapter deals with using cost behavior to predict future costs.
The main tool we will use to predict future costs is the equation of a straight line:
Y=A+BX
Y= cost object or total cost or dependent variable
A= fix cost or

Important topics Ch. 21
Capital budgeting techniques are used to choose between competing long-term
investments. Some techniques use discounted cash flows to determine the present value
of an earning stream created by an investment. A discount rate (inter

The standard cost for variable overhead (VOH) and fixed overhead (FOH) is the
predetermined overhead rate divided between its variable and fixed portions.
Spending variance is a subset of the flexible budget variance for variable overhead cost
(VOH). The

Important topics Ch 1
Chapter 1 is an introduction to what managerial accounting is and its purpose in an
organization. Important topics:
1) Difference between managerial accounting and financial accounting.
2) Key success factor for the value chain and t

Important points Ch 7:
A variance is the difference between actual and a budgeted or standard amount.
Variance analysis is used to control operations by the use of management by exception.
A static budget in an estimate of what revenues and costs will be

Important Topics Ch. 11
This chapter deals with how types of information should or should not be
used in decision-making.
The information that should be considered in decision-making is relevant
information. What is relevant information? Relevant informat

Important topics Ch 3.
Sales variable costs VC = contribution margin CM fixed cost FC = operating income
OI.
and
Sales/unit S/U variable cost/unit VC/U = contribution margin/unit CM/U
The importance of contribution margin is that it contributes to coverin