Answer:

Answer:

Accrued: No; Disclosed: No

Explanation:

In accrual accounting an expense or revenue is only recorded when incurred and earned respectively.

In this instance there is a possibility of a safety hazard for manufactured product.

Since no claim has been made yet we do not accrued any amount.

The principle of full disclosure requires that a business discloses information that significantly influenced a business's financial statement.

No claims have been made on the safety hazard, although there is reasonable possibility a claim can be made and damages can be estimated.

For the business this is irrelevant to be disclosed as no claim has actually been mad that can affect the business.

Assume a Cobb-Douglas production function of the form: q equals 10 Upper L Superscript 0.97 Baseline Upper K Superscript 0.18. What type of returns to scaleLOADING... does this production function exhibit? In this instance, returns to scale equal nothing. (Enter a numeric response using a real number rounded to two decimal places.) This production function exhibits A. decreasing returns to scale. B. constant returns to scale. C. initially increasing but then constant returns to scale. D. initially constant but then increasing returns to scale. E. increasing returns to scale.

Breon works as a clerk in the human resources department for her company for which she receives an hourly rate of $6.50. Occasionally she fills in for the receptionist at the front desk and receives a $1.50 per hour differential. During a weekly pay period, she worked 31 hours in the human resources department and 9 hours at the front desk. What is Breon's gross pay for the week

Ramona owns 20% of the stock of Miller, Inc. Miller reports the following items for the current year: Sales $3,400,000 Gain on sale of stock held for 2 years 250,000 Cost of goods sold 1,800,000 Operating expenses 900,000 Dividends paid to stockholders 180,000 What are the effects on Ramona's taxable income if Miller, Inc. is organized as: a. A corporation? b. An S corporation?

Quantitative Problem 2: Carlysle Corporation has perpetual preferred stock outstanding that pays a constant annual dividend of $1.90 at the end of each year. If investors require an 7% return on the preferred stock, what is the price of the firm's perpetual preferred stock? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent. $ per share

An office manager is concerned with declining productivity. Despite the fact that she regularly monitors her clerical staff four times each day—at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and again at 3:00 PM—office productivity has declined 30 percent since she assumed the helm one year ago. Would you recommend that the office manager invest more time monitoring the productivity of her clerical staff? Explain.

Breon works as a clerk in the human resources department for her company for which she receives an hourly rate of $6.50. Occasionally she fills in for the receptionist at the front desk and receives a $1.50 per hour differential. During a weekly pay period, she worked 31 hours in the human resources department and 9 hours at the front desk. What is Breon's gross pay for the week

Ramona owns 20% of the stock of Miller, Inc. Miller reports the following items for the current year: Sales $3,400,000 Gain on sale of stock held for 2 years 250,000 Cost of goods sold 1,800,000 Operating expenses 900,000 Dividends paid to stockholders 180,000 What are the effects on Ramona's taxable income if Miller, Inc. is organized as: a. A corporation? b. An S corporation?

Quantitative Problem 2: Carlysle Corporation has perpetual preferred stock outstanding that pays a constant annual dividend of $1.90 at the end of each year. If investors require an 7% return on the preferred stock, what is the price of the firm's perpetual preferred stock? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent. $ per share

An office manager is concerned with declining productivity. Despite the fact that she regularly monitors her clerical staff four times each day—at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and again at 3:00 PM—office productivity has declined 30 percent since she assumed the helm one year ago. Would you recommend that the office manager invest more time monitoring the productivity of her clerical staff? Explain.

**Answer:**

The demand location where demand is unmet is equal to Cleveland. Received only 75 units. 100 units demand is unmet.

**Explanation:**

**Solution**

From the example given, we solve for which demand location will have an unmet demand

Now,

The maximum quantity that can be shipped from Allentown to Erie is 100.

The Maximum quantity that can be shipped from Harrisburg to Cleveland is 175

While,

The Maximum quantity that can be shipped from Harrisburg to Dayton is 175

Hence, in case we want an solution optimum to get the required demand as many as possible with the supply given and with a low costs, then we need to find the optimum solution.

By applying a least cost method called greedy, we need to remove our least costing node and then provide minimum of demand and supply unit a present to each cell.

Thus,

The first least cost is Allentown to Dayton.

From Allentown to Dayton 100 units. Next least cost is Philadelphia to Erie.

From Philadelphia to Erie 150 units. Next least cost is Harrisburg to Erie.

From Harrisburg to Erie 25 units. Next least cost is Harrisburg to Dayton.

From Harrisburg to Dayton 75 units. Next least cost is Harrisburg to Cleveland

From Harrisburg to Cleveland 75 units.

So, for the optimum solution, the right choice of answer will be

From Allentown to Erie = 0 units

From Harrisburg to Cleveland = 75 units

From Harrisburg to Dayton = 75 units

Therefore, The demand location where demand is unmet is equal to Cleveland. Received only 75 units. 100 units demand is unmet.

The maximum shipment from Allentown to Erie is 100 units, from Harrisburg to Cleveland is 175 units, and from Harrisburg to Dayton is 75 units. After these shipments, no location has unmet demand.

The problem at hand relates to the Intuitive Least Cost Method which is a method used in the field of operations research for solving transportation problems. The methodology seeks to minimize the total transport cost while meeting the demand and supply constraints at various sites.

From the provided matrix, the maximum quantity that can be shipped from Allentown to Erie is **100** units as indicated by the supply limit of Allentown. Similarly, Harrisburg can ship a maximum of **175** units to Cleveland and **75** units to Dayton, since after fulfilling the Cleveland demand, 75 units remain for Dayton. Finally, observing the demand, we see that Cleveland will still require **175 - 175 = 0** units, Dayton **175 - 100 = 75** units and Erie **175 - 100 = 75** units. Therefore, no location remains with unmet demand.

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**Answer:**

Requiring all employees to attend “captive audience” speeches in the company auditorium regarding the union organizing effort

**Explanation:**

In simple words, union certification election refers to the electoral process under which the labor force of an organisation chooses its leader for a fixed period of time as determined by the rules. This process is usually seen in large organisations where a thousands of labor workforce is included.

Just like any other process, in these elections also the candidates are supposed to present themselves against the voters and tell them their ideas and the works they are going to perform.

**Answer:**

$1,280 million

**Explanation:**

The change between the opening inventory balance and the ending inventory balance for a period is as a result of the purchases of inventory and the sale of inventory during the period.

All of these elements are related as;

Opening inventory + purchases - cost of goods sold = ending inventory

As such, to estimate the merchandise inventory purchased,

let the purchase for the period be T

1500 + T - 880 = 1900 (All amounts in millions of $)

T = 1900 + 880 - 1500

= 1280

The merchandise purchases for the third quarter is $1,280 million.

**Answer:**

**$1,560,000**

**Explanation:**

The computation of the amount of loss related to the investment is shown below:

**= Net loss × interest percentage + dividend paid × interest percentage**

= $5,400,000 × 20% + $2,400,000 × 20%

= $1,080,000 + $480,000

= **$1,560,000**

We simply added the net loss and the dividend with their interest percentage so that the correct amount can come

All other information which is given is not relevant. Hence, ignored it

Purchases (gross) 697,000

Freight-in 31,400

Sales revenue 924,000

Sales returns 73,200

Purchase discounts 12,100

Compute the estimated inventory at May 31, assuming that the gross profit is 40% of net sales

**Answer:**

**The estimated inventory at May 31 is $240,100**

**Explanation:**

The gross profit is the difference between the sales revenue and the cost of good sold.

The gross profit percentage is the ratio of gross profit to net sales expressed as a percentage.

Net sales is the sales less returns and allowances. Similar to net sales is net purchases which is the gross purchase net the allowances and returns.

Net purchases = $697,000 - $12,100

= $684,900

Net sales = $924,000 - $73,200

= $850,800

Gross profit margin percent = gross profit/net sales

gross profit = 0.4 * $850,800

= $212,700

cost of goods sold = $850,800 - $212,700

= $638,100

The movement in the balance of inventory at the start and end of a period is as a result of sales and purchases. While sales reduces the balance in inventory, purchases increases the balance. This may be expressed mathematically as

Opening balance + purchases + freight inward - cost of goods sold = closing balance

$161,900 + $684,900 + $31,400 - $638,100 = Estimated ending inventory

Estimated ending inventory = **$240,100**

Answer:

$9,416.75

Explanation:

Present value is the sum of discounted cash flows.

Present value can be calculated using a financial calculator

Cash flow in year 1 = 0

Cash flow in year 2 = $2500

Cash flow in year 3 = 0

Cash flow in year 4 = $2500

Cash flow in year 5 = 0

Cash flow in year 6 = $2500

Cash flow in year 7 = 0

Cash flow in year 8 = $2500

Cash flow in year 9 = 0

Cash flow in year 10 = $2500

Present value = $9416.75

To find the PV using a financial calacutor:

1. Input the cash flow values by pressing the CF button. After inputting the value, press enter and the arrow facing a downward direction.

2. After inputting all the cash flows, press the NPV button, input the value for I, press enter and the arrow facing a downward direction.

3. Press compute

The present value of the** annuity payments** that Marcos receives is approximately $11,614.58, using the given 5% discount rate and considering the biennial payment structure.

To calculate the **present value** of an annuity where payments are made every two years, we can use the present value of an ordinary annuity formula. Since payments are made every two years, we adjust our calculations to reflect this. Given the discount rate of 5% and the next payment due to be in two years, we will use this rate for our calculations.

Here's how to find the present value of the annuity that Marcos receives. We would use the following formula for the present value (PV) of an ordinary annuity:

PV = Pmt * [(1 - (1 + r)^-n) / r]

Where Pmt is the annuity payment, r is the discount rate per compounding period, and n is the total number of compounding periods.

Marcos's annuity:

- Payment (Pmt) = $2,500
- Discount rate (r) = 0.05/2 = 0.025 (since payment is every two years)
- Number of payments (n) = 10/2 = 5

Using these details, we calculate:

PV = $2,500 * [(1 - (1 + 0.025)^-5) / 0.025]

PV = $2,500 * 4.64583... (factor obtained from the formula)

PV ≈ $11,614.58

So the present value of the annuity that Marcos receives is approximately $11,614.58.

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