1. The cost of equity for a corporation is:
A) the rate of return required by a firm’s stockholders
B) dividends a firm pays
C) the price of borrowing money
D) all of the above
2. The cost of debt for a corporation is:
A) the price of borrowing money.
B) the rate of return required by a firm’s stockholders.
C) the rate of return to all investors in the firm.
D) all of the above.
3. The most appropriate...

A point charge q1 = 4.05 nC is located on the x-axis at
x = 2.30 m, and a second point charge q2 = -6.80 nC is on the
y-axis at y = 1.00 m.
A) What is the total electric flux due to these two point
charges through a spherical surface centered at the origin and with
radius r1= 0.800 m?
B) What is the total electric flux due to these
two point charges through a spherical surface centered...

In a random sample of 400 registered voters, 144 indicated they
plan to vote for Candidate A.
Determine a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of all
the registered voters who will vote for Candidate A.
Value from the appropriate table=
Margin of error=
Lower limit of C.I.=
Upper limit of C.I.=

Questions 6 to 10 are
based on the problem below:
Compute the Pearson
Correlation Coefficient, r, for the following data
X
Y
2
3
3
1
6
5
4
4
5
2
The Pearson
Correlation, r is

TASK 1 - 4.1 Analyse standard costing techniques
State and analyse any three (3) features of standard costing
techniques
a)
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On January 1, 2021, Rick’s Pawn Shop leased a truck from Corey
Motors for a six-year period with an option to extend the lease for
three years. Rick’s had no significant economic incentive as of the
beginning of the lease to exercise the 3-year extension option.
Annual lease payments are $29,000 due on December 31 of each year,
calculated by the lessor using a 7% discount rate. Assume that at
the beginning of the third year, January 1, 2023, Rick’s...

Ken is a self-employed architect in a small firm with four
employees: himself, his office assistant, and two drafters, all of
whom have worked for Ken full-time for the last four years. The
office assistant earns $32,500 per year and each drafter earns
$45,000. Ken’s net earnings from self-employment (after deducting
all expenses and one-half of self-employment taxes) are $315,000.
Ken is considering whether to establish an SIMPLE plan and has a
few questions.
e. If Ken is required to...

A machine costs $35,000 and has an estimated scrap value of
$3,000 at the end of eight years. It produces 5,000 units of output
per year and the annual maintenance cost is $1,500.
a) What is the depreciation expense in year three
assuming the constant percentage method?
b) How much would you recommend be spent on increasing
the machine’s outputby 30% and extending its useful lifetime to 12
years? Assume j1 = 4% and the scrap value and maintenance costs...

The number of earthquakes in California and Alaska follows a
Poisson Process with an average of 4 earthquakes per week and 3
earthquakes per week respectively. One of these states is chosen at
random and it is learned that 6 earthquakes occurred in one week.
What is the probability that the state of Alaska was chosen?

Multiple Choice
1) On December 15 of the current year, Conrad Accounting
Services signed a $40,000 contract with a
client to provide bookkeeping services to the client in the
following year. Which accounting principle
would require Conrad Accounting Services to record the
bookkeeping revenue in the following year and
not the year the cash was received?
• Going-concern assumption.
• Monetary unit assumption.
• Revenue recognition principle.
• Business entity assumption.
• Cost principle.
2) On January 1, a company...

Problem 43.)
a.) Use Excel to graph the function f(x) = x3 -6x2 + 9x -6 for
-2 ≤ x ≤ 5. (OK to draw the graph neatly on your homework, or cut
and paste from Excel.)
b.) Does it look the graph has both a relative maximum point
and relative minimum point? Estimate them from the graph.
c.) Find the points where the derivative f ’(x) = 0 and
compare to your answers from (b.)

3. Explain what is meant by a depletion layer and why this
results in a potential barrier.
4. What is meant by the reverse saturation current of a
diode?
5. Explain the diode action of a pn junction in terms of the
effects of an external voltage on the drift and diffusion
currents.

The values of z-score are given.
1a.) Find the area under the normal curve to the right of
z = -0.86. Round the answer to four decimal places.
The area under the normal curve to the right of z =
-0.86 is ____.
1c.) Find the area under the normal curve between z =
-0.32 and z = 0.92. Round the answer to four decimal
places.
The area under the normal curve between z = -0.32 and
z = 0.92...

Safad
Department Stores is applying marginal-cost benefit analysis to
decide whether to replace a computer system. The benefits of the
new computer system are $20,000 and the cost of this computer
system is$15,000. while the benefits and costs from the old
computer system are $5,000 and t $12,000 respectively. the salvage
value of the old computer is $3,000.
Net
Benefits ________
Answer
1
$15,000
Marginal Benefits __________
Answer
2
Choose...
Marginal Costs ________
Answer
3
Choose...
What
do you recommend...

Sports car owners in a town complain that the state vehicle
inspection station judges their cars differently from family-style
cars. Previous records indicate that 30% of all passenger cars fail
the inspection on the first time through. In a random sample of 150
sports cars, 60 failed the inspection on the first time through.
Is there sufficient evidence to indicate that the
percentage of first failures for sports cars is higher than the
percentage for all passenger cars? Use α...

Identify what ethical principles are in conflict with regards to
the 'Not for resuscitation' orders an ethical dilemmas (in 30-40
words each)

Your wealthy uncle wants to donate money to you so that
you can pursue your hobbies without fulltime employment. If given a
choice between the following four income streams, which would you
prefer assuming an interest rate of 5% p.a.?
(a) $400,000 today
(b) $15,000 per year forever
(c) $30,000 each year for the next 20 years
(d) $600,000 in 10 years’ time
Attention tutor: please respond comprehensively
addressing four income streams. Please use only formulas, without
using excel. Please...

You combine the two following substances in 1.0 L of water.
1.0 mol NH3, 1.0 mol HCl
NH3: Kb = 1.8 * 10-5
Which of the following descibes the resulting solution?
A
An acidic solution that is not a buffer
B
An acidic buffer solution
C
A neutral solution that is not a buffer
D
A basic solution that is not a buffer
E
A neutral buffer solution
F
A basic buffer solution
The answer is A but i'm not...

A two proportion z interval was constructed for the difference
in the two population proportions, p1- p2. The resulting 99%
confidence interval was (–0.004, 0.12). A conclusion that could be
drawn is:
A: There is no significant difference between p1 and p2.
B: There is a significant difference between p1 and p2.
C: The range of possible differences between the two proportions
could be from a 0.4% difference with p2 being larger up to a 12%
difference with p1 being...

You are the automotive specialist for the monthly
magazine Consumer Beware. Part of your job is to
investigate claims made by automakers in their TV commercials. You
are particularly suspicious of a new economy car that the automaker
claims will get 78 miles/gallon. After checking the mileage figures
for a random sample of 70 car owners, you find average miles per
gallon is 75.5 with a standard deviation of 3.7.
this is what i put
At the 99% confidence level,...

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