1. Question :
(TCO 1) The Accounting Equation is used to develop the organization's financial reports. (1) Describe what
liabilities value would be if Assets are $50,000 and Owners' Equity is $25,000 by showing the Accounting
Equation (10 points) and (2)
Check Point 4
. Question :
(TCO 4) The cost of the inventory that the business has sold to customers is called
Student Answer: inventory.
CORRECT cost of goods sold.
purchases.
gross profit.
Instructor Explanation: See Chapter 6.
Points Received: 3 of 3
C
Check Point #6
TCO 7) Stockholders of a corporation directly elect the (Points : 3)
board of directors.
president of the corporation.
chief financial officer of the corporation
chairperson of the board.
Question 2. 2. (TCO 7) The basic unit of ownership f
Check Point 1
(TCO 1) The two types of accounting are
profit and nonprofit.
financial and managerial.
internal and external.
bookkeeping and decision-oriented.
Question 2. Question :
(TCO 1) Decision makers who use accounting include
the SEC.
investors.
m
Check Point 2
1. Question :
(TCO 2) When a business purchases land on account
Student Answer: both assets and stockholders' equity are increased.
assets are decreased and stockholder's equity is increased.
CORRECT both assets and liabilities are increased
Solutions to First Question
Data: Risk-free rate (rf) = 5%; Expected rate of return on SP500 [E(rM)] = 13%;
Standard deviation of SP500 (M) = 25%; rate of borrowing () = 9%; E(rp) = 11%;
p = 15%
24. For y to be less than 1.0 (so that the investor is a len
Week 3: Capital Expenditure and Revenue
Budgets - Discussion
Capital Expenditures Budget (graded)
What are capital expenditures, and how can they help a company achieve its long-term objectives?
Responses
Response
Author
Date/Time
Capital
Expenditure
Prof
BUDGETING BASICS AND
BEYOND
(4th Edition)
Jae K. Shim
Joel G. Siegel
Allison I. Shim
CHAPTER 1
THE WHAT AND WHY OF BUDGETING:
AN INTRODUCTION
Budget?
A budget is defined as the formal expression
of plans, goals, and objectives of
management that covers a
Executive Summary
In this report I will be examining why the sale volume of Charleys Chocolate has
dropped in the past three years since reaching its peak sales in 2013, and to
recommend ways to increase the volume.
In 2013 Charleys Chocolate had a market
XYZ Corporation Charitable Trust
Author
Alexis Perez-Gomez
Date
1/31/2015
Purpose
To create a letter that will go out to each of
the contributors that will accept their
donation.
First Name
Shelly
Kelly
Kim
Donna
Huong
George
Marion
Catherine
Christopher
Nonproduction expenses such as marketing, research and development, and general
administrative costs can play an important role in a company's ability to meet longterm goals. Discuss how the budgets for each of these costs contribute to the
company's succ
ECT125: Week 6 iLab 2
Charley Baskett
iLab Steps
Part I: RC Low and High Pass Filters
1.
Construct the circuit shown below on the breadboard.
R1
330 Ohm
V1
1 V
100 Hz
0Deg
C1
100nF
2.
Vary the frequency from minimum to maximum frequencies and observe the
Quadratic Equations
1
Quadratic Equations
Charley Baskett
DeVry University
Math 114
Professor Holly Ourso
quadratic equations
In this paper I will be discussing how to solve a few quadratic math equations, and
explain the step by step into completing the
Quadratic Equations
1
Quadratic Equations
Charley Baskett
DeVry University
Math 114
Professor Holly Ourso
quadratic equations
In this paper I will be discussing how to solve a few quadratic math equations, and
explain the step by step into completing the
Solve 4x-6y=0
8x + 7y=0
I will have to add the two equations to eliminate y being that the sings are different.
4x-6y=0
8x+7y=0
12x=0
X=0
I will than substitute the value of 0 back in the equation
4(0)-6y=0
0-6y=0
-6y=0
I than will divide by -6.
Y=0
The s
Kept getting this error when entering the IP configuration as per the addressing table on both
WRS2&3, and the ip address and gateway are the same in the subnet
Also receive another bug, when I connected PC4 to WRS3 it shows its connected to WRS2.
Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 6 iLab 1
Charley Baskett
iLab Steps
Part I: Logarithms
1.
Determine the logarithms of the following numbers.
a.
Log(302) = 2.48
b.
Log(2) = 0.301
c.
Log(501) = 2.7
d.
Log(.333) = -0.478
e.
Log(3) = 0.477
f.
Log(1) = 0
g.
Log(67972
Charley Baskett
ECT125
Chapter 14, Page 445, problems: 16 and 18
16. Determine the resonant frequency for the circuit shown in figure 14.43b.
fr = 1 / 2 (L*C) = 1 / 2 (2.2mH)(0.1uF) = 10.7 kHz
18. Calculate the values of XL and XC for the circuit in figur