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Managing a recipe collection 11-20

Answer #1

Firstly let us understand recipe - A **recipe** is
a set of instructions that describes how to prepare or make
something, especially a culinary dish.

And there can be a huge collection of recipes as per one's love for food.

Managing a collection of recipes becomes a big task. Traditionally people used to maintain hand written recipe papers , then books were introdced, later such books started being available in open market depending up on regions, cuisines, tastes and so on.

Now a days there are plenty of softwares available for free to create our very own database of recipe and it also includes options like sorting based on season, ingedriets, time required and so on.

Infact using our regular workbooks or spreadsheet we can make database of recepies.Thus making it easier to manage recipe collection.

If the entropy of a collection of molecules in 5000 boxes is
1.76 × 10-20 J/K, how many molecules are there?

"When managing accounts receivable, a good strategy to employ
without losing future sales is to"
a.
offer cash discount.
b.
send the accounts to a collection agency.
c.
make frequent personal visits to the customer.
d.
tighten the credit terms.

You are managing a portfolio of $1.9 million. Your target
duration is 11 years, and you can choose from two bonds: a
zero-coupon bond with maturity 5 years, and a perpetuity, each
currently yielding 5%.
Required:
(a)
How much of each bond will you hold in your portfolio?
(Round your answers to 4 decimal places.)
Zero-coupon bond
Perpetuity bond
(b)
How will these fractions change next year if target
duration is now ten years? (Round your answers to...

Consider the following sample. 18, 20, 11, 22, 20, 21
(a) Find the range. 11 (b) Find the variance. (Give your answer
correct to two decimal places.) (c) Find the standard deviation.
(Give your answer correct to two decimal places.)

Your firm has an average collection period of 20 days. Current
practice is to factor all receivables immediately at a discount of
1 percent. Assume that default is extremely unlikely. What is the
effective cost of borrowing? (Do not round intermediate
calculations and enter your answer as a pecent rounded to 2 decimal
places, e.g., 32.16.)

Statistics question:
For the following values: 12, 17, 20, 14, 11, 21, 23, 9, 11, 11,
15, 16
a) Find the mean, the median, and the mode
b) Calculate the standard deviation, the table should be: |x |
(x - x') | (x-x)^2|

Your coin collection contains 48 1943 silver dollars. If your
grandparents purchased them for their face value when they were
new, how much will your collection be worth when you retire in
2038, assuming they appreciate at an annual rate of 11 percent?

Statistics question:
For the following values: 12, 17, 20, 14, 11, 21, 23, 9, 11 10,
14, 15
a) Draw a box and whiskers diagram for the data
b) Find the mean, the median, and the mode
c) Calculate the standard deviation

10.5
10
10
10
11
10
12.5
8
15
0
12.75
11
20
15
10
10
15
10
12
13.5
15
10
10
11.5
14.75
15
18
10.5
11
12
14
14.5
15
13
11
8.5
10
16
11
10
10
10
10
10.5
11
8
12
12
9
11.5
How unlikely is your sample to occur in a given population
Create a hypothesis test
Null is 11
Alternative is not equal to 11

Complete the B&S
a) Collection period: 40 days
b) Inventory turnover (sales/inventory): 6
c) WCR/sales: 20%
d) Liabilities/total assets: 60%
e) Cash in days of sales: 20 days
f) Short-term debt: 10% of total financial debt
Assume a 360 day year.
Cash
$400,000
ST Debt
Acc. Receivable
Acc. Payable
Inventory
Total C. Liabilities
Total C.Assets
Fixed Assets
LT Debt
Owners’ Equity
Total Assets
$5,000,000
Total Liab.&OE

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