Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and Irritable bowl syndrome (IBS) are two common disorders pertaining to the...
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and Irritable bowl syndrome (IBS) are two common disorders pertaining to the digestive system. Summarize the disorders, symptoms, and treatment of each one, using medical terms
The red blood cell counts​ (in millions of cells per​ microliter) for a population of adult...
The red blood cell counts​ (in millions of cells per​ microliter) for a population of adult males can be approximated by a normal​ distribution, with a mean of 5.8 million cells per microliter and a standard deviation of 0.3 million cells per microliter. ​(a) What is the minimum red blood cell count that can be in the top 20​% of​ counts? ​(b) What is the maximum red blood cell count that can be in the bottom 10​% of​ counts? ​(a)...
Biscuit Bakery had the following activity in its inventory account during August 20X3.                            &nbsp
Biscuit Bakery had the following activity in its inventory account during August 20X3.                                                                                                                         Cost per Date                      Activity                                               Units              Unit Cost            Total August 1            Beginning inventory                          100                    $3.00               $300 August 3            Purchase                                                   40                       3.10                124 August 7            Sale                                                             50 August 12          Purchase                                                   50                       3.20                 160 August 16          Sale                                                             70 August 23          Sale                                                             40 August 30          Purchase                                                   60                       3.30                 198 What is the ending...
When Dog House Investments, Inc. was not reimbursed it caused severe financial duress. Does this consequence...
When Dog House Investments, Inc. was not reimbursed it caused severe financial duress. Does this consequence make the landlord’s conduct unethical? Explain.
COVID-19 vaccine was tested in a randomised controlled trial in which 400,000 adults selected from the...
COVID-19 vaccine was tested in a randomised controlled trial in which 400,000 adults selected from the population were divided into two similar groups. Adults in one group were given the vaccine while those in the other group were given a placebo. At a later date the number of adults contracting COVID-19 in each group were determined. In the vaccine group, there were 56 cases of COVID-19 out of 200,000 adults while in the placebo group, there were 142 cases of...
A corporate bond with a 8 percent coupon was issued last year. Which one of these...
A corporate bond with a 8 percent coupon was issued last year. Which one of these would apply to this bond today if the yield to maturity is 7 percent? Select one: a. The current yield drops below the yield to maturity. b. The coupon rate has decreased to 7 percent. c. The bond is selling at par value. d. The bond is currently selling at a premium. e. The current yield exceeds the coupon rate.
I NEED CALCULATION OR PROCESSES SO THAT I CAN STUDY FOR IT. Company A has the...
I NEED CALCULATION OR PROCESSES SO THAT I CAN STUDY FOR IT. Company A has the following securities in its portfolio of trading securities on December 31, 2018:                                                                                                             Cost                                                                                                  Fair Value 5,000 shares of Gray Corp., Common                                                                                             $159,000                                                                                             $139,000 10,000 shares of Hamilton, Common                                                     182,000                                                                                 190,000                                                                                                    $341,000                                                                                                   $329,000 All of the securities had been purchased in 2018. In 2019, Company A sold 5,000 shares of Company B, Common at $31 less fees of $1,500. Instructions (Show your...
(Problems 9, 10 and 11 refer to the same material.) 9. What is the speed of...
(Problems 9, 10 and 11 refer to the same material.) 9. What is the speed of light in a material with an index of refraction of 1.72? 10. For the material in the previous problem, light with a wavelength of 560nm is incident on it from a vacuum. What is the wavelength of the light within the material? 11. For the material in the previous problem, light with a frequency of 550 THz is incident on it from a vacuum....
On 1 July 2019, Cars Limited signed a 7-year non-cancelable lease for equipment that requires equal...
On 1 July 2019, Cars Limited signed a 7-year non-cancelable lease for equipment that requires equal rental payment of $3,500,000 at the beginning of each year. The equipment has a fair value at the inception of the lease of $15,000,000, an estimated useful life of 10 years and no residual value. The lease does not transfer title or contain a bargain-purchase option. The Cars Limited’s incremental borrowing rate is 15% and PVIFA (n=7, i=15%) is 4.1604. Required Indicate and explain...
Adam Marty recently joined North Valley Real Estate and was assigned twenty homes to market and...
Adam Marty recently joined North Valley Real Estate and was assigned twenty homes to market and show. When he was hired, North Valley assured him that the twenty homes would be fairly assigned to him. When he reviewed the selling prices of his assigned homes, he thought that the prices were much below the average of $357,000. Adam was able to find the data of how the other agents in the firm were assigned to the homes. Use statistical inference...
Wally’s Widget Company (WWC) incorporated near the end of 2011. Operations began in January of 2012....
Wally’s Widget Company (WWC) incorporated near the end of 2011. Operations began in January of 2012. WWC prepares adjusting entries and financial statements at the end of each month. Balances in the accounts at the end of January are as follows:   Cash $ 21,020 Unearned Revenue (35 units) $ 5,150      Accounts Receivable $ 12,050 Accounts Payable (Jan Rent) $ 2,900      Allowance for Doubtful Accounts $ (1,700) Notes Payable $ 14,000      Inventory (40 units) $ 3,400 Contributed Capital...
The following information is known about A Company at December 31, 2019: Cash at the beginning...
The following information is known about A Company at December 31, 2019: Cash at the beginning of the year (1 January, 2019) 3,000 Eur Accumulated amortization 20,000 Eur Amortization expense 5,000 Eur Increase in accounts payable from purchase of supplied and merchandise 8,000 Eur Sale of vehicles 13,000 Eur Purchase of land 8,000 Eur Gain on sale of vehicles 2,000 Eur Purchase of equipment 1,000 Eur Net income 17,000 Eur Received a 2-years bank loan of 6,000 Eur Indicate the...
A school district has four schools, six class in from each school were randomly selected and...
A school district has four schools, six class in from each school were randomly selected and the number of students in the class were recorded. Test the claim that at least one school has a different class size at a 0.10 level of significance. School A School B School C School D 37 47 31 25 33 45 38 40 37 46 33 35 42 31 34 37 26 36 30 30 31 31 36 37 The hypotheses for this...
The amount of income spent on housing is an important component of the cost of living....
The amount of income spent on housing is an important component of the cost of living. The total costs of housing for homeowners might include mortgage payments, property taxes, and utility costs (water, heat, electricity). An economist selected a sample of 20 homeowners in New England and then calculated these total housing costs as a percent of monthly income, 5 years ago and now. The information is reported below. At the 5% significance level is it reasonable to conclude the...
As a certified public accountant, you have been contacted by Joe Davidson, CEO of Sports Pro...
As a certified public accountant, you have been contacted by Joe Davidson, CEO of Sports Pro Athletics, Inc., a manufacturer of a variety of athletic equipment. He has asked you how to account for the following changes 1. Sports pro appropriately changed its depreciation method for its machinery from the doucle declining balance method to units of production method effective January 1, 2020. 2. Effective January 1, 2020 Sports Pro appropriately changed tha salvage values used in computing depreciation on...
Your plant manager wants you to buy a new lathe for $410000. The lathe should be...
Your plant manager wants you to buy a new lathe for $410000. The lathe should be useful to your company for 8 years at which point you plan to replace. The estimated salvage value at the end of the useful life is $20000. Using straight line depreciation what is the Book value when the asset is sold?
What is the standard for an award of punitive damages for a contract breach
What is the standard for an award of punitive damages for a contract breach
2. If you were going to build a plant overseas, what factors would you take into...
2. If you were going to build a plant overseas, what factors would you take into account when making your location decisions? 1. Availability of raw material and cost of raw material. 2. Availability of labour and skilled labour 3. Cost of labour. 4. Infrastructure of the country 5. Stability in the economy 6. Stability in the countries politics 7. Cost of setting up industry 8. Policy for foreign companies 9. Taxes and other regulations 10. Environmental regulations
A CBS News poll conducted June 10 and 11, 2006, among a nationwide random sample of...
A CBS News poll conducted June 10 and 11, 2006, among a nationwide random sample of 651 adults, asked those adults about their party affiliation (Democrat, Republican or none) and their opinion of how the US economy was changing ("getting better," "getting worse" or "about the same"). The results are shown in the table below. Better Same Worse Republican 38 104 44 Democrat 12 87 137 None 21 90 118 If we randomly select one of the adults who participated...
Tiger Company has identified the following overhead costs and cost drivers for next year: Overhead Item...
Tiger Company has identified the following overhead costs and cost drivers for next year: Overhead Item Expected Costs Cost Driver Maximum Quantity Setup costs $583,200 Number of setups 2,400 Ordering costs 270,000 Number of orders 20,000 Maintenance 928,000 Machine-hours 32,000 Power 90,000 Kilowatt-hours 200,000 The following are two of the jobs completed during the year: Job 201 Job 202 Direct materials $9,000 $10,000 Direct labor $12,000 7,000 Units completed 750 600 Direct labor-hours 45 110 Number of setups 6 7...