Retirement Analysis
income/yr in retirement
age at retirement
age at demise
current retirement savings
interest rate during work years
interest rate during retirement years
age now
inflation rate
$80,
supplement 7
Problem 8: Bottleneck Analysis
stations
Minutes/UnitUnits/ Hour
1
15
2
10
3
20
4
12
No of Machines Total Units per hour
4
1
4
6
1
6
3
3
9
5
1
5
Station 1 is the bottleneck in the system a
Solution 4
Given data :
overall average, X bar-bar = 30oz
average range, R bar = 0.34oz
Sample size, n = 10
Values from Table (n=10) : A2 =0.308; D4 =1.777, D3 =0.223
For X-Charts
UCLxbar = Xbar-bar +
Maame Ekua Aggrey
BUS 381
Class number 2
9/09/2017
South Korea
1. Title: Trump Wants to Overhaul Trade, and with Pact South Korea Is in His Sights
2. Source/citation of the article/report/etc. : Zarro
Maame Ekua Aggrey
BUS 381
Class number 2
9/09/2017
International Development
After scouring dozens of international development job opportunities I narrowed my
choices down and I finally chose a job t
A GUIDE FOR THE VISUALLY PERPLEXED:
VISUALLY REPRESENTING
SOCIAL NETWORKS
Sean F. Everton
Stanford University
Stanford University
January 2004
A-1
Version .30
INTRODUCTION
Network analysts have long
Question2
3 October 2017
We are trying to predict whether the letter in our dataset is one of the given 4 letters i.e., A,
B, P or R. Decision trees are built based on the 17 independent variables. As
Aggregate Planning
COB 300 C
The Operations Dimension
Busing
Aggregate Planning
The development of a plan for:
Output rate for groups or families of products
Inventory levels to be maintained
Prod
Analysis of Variance Homework
Chapter 14
2
Background
In chapter 7 we compared the means from
two groups
For example, did the group who got the drug
have a higher average than those who got the
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Time Series and Quality Control Practice Exam / Study Guide.
1.
Draw a picture of a Moving Average time series with a linear trend.
2.
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QP 1, 2, 7, 9 pp. 530 - 531
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ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 1
Single Step Income Statement for the year ended December 31, 2014:
Sales Revenue
Interest Revenue
Total Revenue
Less Expenses
Other Operating Expenses
Deprecia
ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 8
1)
Notes Receivable
Cash
$14,000
Cr
$14,000
a.
b.
Interest earned each month on the note = ($14,000 x
6%)/12 = $70
c.
September 30
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Interest on Notes Receivable
ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 5
1. Bank Reconciliation Statement
31 Mar - Balance as per Bank Statement
Add: adjustment
Deposits in transit
NSF Check
Bank Charges
13787.61
1234.26
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12
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ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 8
1)
Cr
Cash
$14,000
a.
c.
Interest earned each month on the note = ($14,000 x
6%)/12 = $70
Interest on Notes Receivable
$70
Cr
Interest Revenue $70
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1
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d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Financing
Operating
Financing
Investing
Operating
Financing
Operating
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Net Change in Cash from
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ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 7
1. Calculation of Ending Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold
LIFO METHOD
Date
Purchase
Unit
Cost
Cost of Goods Sold
Unit
Cost
Total
Ending Inventory
Unit
Cost
Total
ACC 151 Portfolio Project - Chapter 3
1 A.
B.
C.
A cash sale of fourteen gift cards at $20 each, total sales price= $280.00. Cash sales increases by $280.00
Journal Entry:
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Sales
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R
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The current price is 41.34.
D3
g
R
P3
The price in 3 years is 49.24.
D15
g
R
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The price in 15 years is 99.07.
2
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$
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6%
11%
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11%
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BUS 302: PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Final Exam: by May 06 Saturday, 11:59:59 pm CST, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Leo Bin
PART A: 20 multiple-choice questions, 2 points for each, up to 40 points in to
Part A
Largest annual asset return= Small-company stocks
Largest risk in the standard form= Small-company stocks
Smallest average asset return= U.S treasury bills
Smallest risk in the standard form= U
Part A
13
beta
expected return
risk free rate
1.05
11%
5.20%
CAPM Formula
0.1129
14
expected return
risk free rate
premium
10.20%
4.50%
8.50%
CAPM Formula
70.18%
Part B
AnnualReturnsonInvestmentsin
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