Chapter 8
Reporting and Interpreting PPE, Natural
Resources, and Intangibles
Long Lived Assets
Tangible
Land
Assets subject to
depreciation
Building and
equipment
Furniture and fixtures
Natural resources
subject to
depletion
Mineral deposits and
tim
CHAPTER 7
Reporting and Interpreting COGS
and Inventory
COGS EQUATION
Beginning Inventory
+ Purchases
Goods Available for Sale
-Ending Inventory
Cost of Goods Sold
You will manipulate this equation to
determine any missing element to help
you determine CO
AEM 3230 Managerial AccountingStudent: _
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Ch. 12 Manual Homework
For this assignment, please listen to the Planet Money Podcast Episode 682: When CEO Pay
Exploded from February5, 2016. The podcast is 20 minutes long and is available at:
http:/w
AEM 3230 Managerial Accounting
Spring 2017
Ch. 07 Manual Homework
Student: _
Problem I.
Montgomery Scotty Scott and Charles Tucker own a company, Earth Defense, that
manufactures and sells Alien detectors. It reports the following cost information about t
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AEM 3230 Managerial Accounting
Spring 2017
Ch. 12 Manual Homework
Student: _
For this assignment, please listen to the Planet Money Podcast Episode 682: When CEO Pay
Exploded from February 5, 2016. The podcast is 20 minutes long and is available at:
http:
AEM 3230 Managerial Accounting
Ch. 02 Lecture Notes
Section Problem 1: Cost Classifications
Foxxconn Technology Group is a contract manufacturer (i.e. builds brand name products for other
companies) and owns a factory in Shenzhen, China. This factory empl
Key Ratios
Prelim 2
Ch. 6-8
Gross Profit Percentage
Gross Profit Percentage = Gross Profit Net
Sales
Measures how much of every sales dollar is
gross profit
Reflects a companys ability to product goods
and services at low cost (decrease COGS) and
charge p
AEM 3230 Managerial Accounting
Spring 2017
Ch. 11 Manual Homework
Student: _
For this assignment, please listen to the Planet Money Podcast Episode 684: The Return of the
Colonel from February 17, 2016. The podcast is 15 minutes long and is available at:
Review for Final Exam
AEM 2210
Spring 2014
Chapter 9- Current Liabilities
Definitions
Contingent Liability reporting
Ratios
Calculation of Interest Payable (PxRxT)
Payroll Reporting
Present value/Future value
Think all of these are multiple choice type p
Interval Estimation
I. Sampling Error
II. Confidence Interval
A. For with known (X is normally
distributed or n > 30
X
+ Z(/2)(/n).
B. For with unknown and n > 30 (Large
X
sample case)
+ Z(/2)(s/n).
X
C. For with unknown and n < 30 (t-
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Interval Estima
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Probability!
I.
Terminology
Experiment, Sample Space, Probability, Even
ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Final Exam has been set:
Monday, December 12, 2:00 pm
No Sections this week. HW #6 due Friday 10/14
in class.
PRELIM1
Tuesday, October 18, 7:30 9:30, Kennedy
Auditorium
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Managerial Economics II:
The Foundations of Strategy
Lecture 12: Global growth
Prof. Sharon Poczter
From last time
Dimensions of scope
Value Chain
Geography
Product/Service Market
Lecture Roadmap
Global demographics
Modes of (entry) geographic diversifi
CONTINUOUS PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
III.Normal Random Variable -Standard
Normal Distribution, Converting to the
Standard Normal Distribution
End of Material HW/Sec 7
102
I. Properties of a Continuous Probability
Density Function, f(X)
II.
Uniform Random
Managerial Economics II:
The Foundations of Strategy
Lecture 10: Diversification
Prof. Sharon Poczter
How (and why)
do firms grow?
2
Lecture roadmap
Dimensions over which firms can grow
Modes of diversification
Why diversify?
Tests of whether to diver
Managerial Economics II:
The Foundations of Strategy
Lecture 12: Bottom of the Pyramid
Strategy
Prof. Sharon Poczter
Lecture Roadmap
Historical origin of idea of bottom of
the pyramid
Who is at the bottom of the pyramid?
Motivation for bottom of the py
End of Perfect Competition
Lecture 20
Dr. Jennifer P. Wissink
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April 13, 2016
Another Useful CES Event
Today!
R workshop that will be taking place tomorrow, April 13th, from 5-6:30
PM in Mann
Managerial Economics II:
The Foundations of Strategy
Lecture 13: Vertical
Integration
Prof. Sharon Poczter
Threats to Sustaining
Competitive Advantage
External
Imitation
of
Resources
Substitutio
n of
Resources
Threats to
Long Term
Competitiv
e
Advantage
H
Unfinished Business from
Perfect Competition
then onto
Simple Monopoly
Lecture 21
Dr. Jennifer P. Wissink
2016 John M. Abowd and Jennifer P. Wissink, all rights reserved.
April 18, 2016
Announcements(micro)-Spring 2016
Prelim 2 is still being graded. stay
Managerial Economics II:
The Foundations of Strategy
What is an insight?
Prof. Sharon Poczter
What an insight is NOT
Sometimes easier to think first about what an insight
is not
An insight is NOT an observation
A remark, statement, or comment based on
E6-11
Estimated percentage
uncollectible
Aged accounts receivable
Not yet due
$22,000 X
Up to 120 days past due
6,500 X
Over 120 days past due
2,800 X
Estimated balance in Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
Current balance in Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
Prelim 2 is Thursday, November 17th, 7:30
9:30 pm
It is Kennedy Auditorium same seats.
Seating chart is on Blackboard
The prelim covers HW/Sections 7 10. The
Help Session is Tuesday from 5 6, room will
be announced soon.
The Makeup Exam is 2:30 4:30 on F
Prelim 2 is Thursday, November 17th, 7:30
9:30 pm
It is Kennedy Auditorium same seats.
Seating chart is on Blackboard
The prelim covers HW/Sections 7 10.
The Help Session is Tuesday from 5 6 in
Warren 175.
The Makeup Exam is 2:30 4:30 on Friday,
November
Prelim 2 is Thursday, November 17th, 7:30
9:30 pm
It is Kennedy Auditorium same seats.
Seating chart is on Blackboard
The prelim covers HW/Sections 7 10.
The Help Session is Tuesday from 5 6 in
Warren 175.
The Makeup Exam is 2:30 4:30 on Friday,
November
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
IV. Hypothesis testing for:
A.) with known (n > 30 or X~ N(m,s)
B.) with unknown, n > 30
C.) with unknown, n < 30
D.) p
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Inferences about Two Population Means
I. Two independent random samples
A. Sampling Distribution of
X1 X2
B. Con
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11/23
Section #12 will be available on-line by
Friday afternoon. Tuesday sections will
meet at their regular times, but the rest are
cancelled (obviously!). You can also attend
one of the following specia
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION AND
CORRELATION
II. Regression Analysis
A. Method of Least Squares
i. Least Squares Estimated
Regression Line
B. Descriptive Measures of Fit
i. Standard Error of the Estimate
(Sum of Squares Decomposition,
ANOVA Table)
ii. Coeffic
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89 106 A 36%
79 88
B 33%
69 78
C 17%
57 68
D
< 57
10%
F
4%
Mean = 83.1, Median = 86, Std. Dev. =
13.6
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