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3. Create a simple layout for business. Explain how your layout conserves space and maximizes the flow of work through the workstations.

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Explain how the business planning process is one of revision.
Explain two clear examples of your own (not those in the textbook)
showing how your calculations in the financial section of the
business plan, may force you to go back and change elements in
previous sections of the plan.
“The accountant is the most important advisor to an
entrepreneur.” Discuss the validity of this statement, explaining a
variety of ways an accountant assists an entrepreneur.
Discuss why cash flow projections...

Explain how electromagnetic waves travel through space (what
vibrates and how it vibrates).

Your goal here is to explain how dividends work. Answer the
following in the space provided.
In your own words, what is a dividend?
Within a corporation, who decides whether to pay dividend?
Google pays no dividend while Con Edison pays a large dividend.
What would influence a company to pay or not to pay a dividend?
Why?
Why might a rational investor invest in the stock of a company
that pays no dividend?

Short and simple answers please.
Describe a type of business that would use job costing.
What would the direct materials, direct labor, and overhead costs
be for the project.
How do materials flow through the job costing
system?

a. Differentiate between work team and work group and Explain
how organisations can create team players.

Create a business decision based on the company where you work,
a small business you hope to own someday or just make something up
- then identify, define and explain an incremental cost,
opportunity cost and sunk cost. You will need to be somewhat
creative in your response.
Respond to this question with 5-7 meaningful sentences (or more
- this one could be more!). Be sure you answer the question in the
context of material in chapter 6. If you...

a. Convert 3% simple monthly rate into
simple annual rate.
b. Convert 6% simple annual rate into
annual rate, compounded monthly.
c. Convert 9% annual
rate compounded monthly into annual rate, compounded daily.
d. Convert 12% annual rate, compounded
weekly into simple annual rate.
e. Convert 15% simple annual rate into
annual rate, compounded semi-annually.
Show all work. Label and clearly
explain your answer.

Create your own application that would be appropriate for the
use of a normal distribution probability analysis to find a
probability. Create your own example of a problem that would
require you to find the probability with a normal distribution.
Describe how you would go about completing the analysis of this
problem. Identify the appropriate steps and underlying
assumptions of this analysis (cite the textbook as
appropriate). Pose a research question that will allow
you to work through the example.

Explain how the government’s setting a price floor in a market
can create an imbalance between supply and demand. Provide an
example and illustrate your answer with a graph. d)
Define the term “black market” and explain how a price ceiling
can help create a black market. Provide an example and outline the
welfare effects of a back market.

A University wants to create an ER Diagram for its business
model in the blank space provided below It provides the following
business rules. All the relationship and cardinalities need to be
shown properly based on the business rules given below. Any
assumptions you make should be clearly mentioned.
Students can take many courses but will need to take at least
one course.
Courses will have at least one but likely many students.
Student can rent up to 3 books...

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