CO owned 80% of S co.- S sells merchandise to P at 25% above cost. During 2015 inter-company sales amounted to 240-000 and 300-000 respectively.

4. P. CO owned 80% of S co., S sells merchandise to P at 25% above cost. During 2015 inter-company sales amounted to 240,000 and 300,000 respectively. At the end of both 2015 and 2016, P had 30% of the goods purchased that year from S in its ending inventory. There were no the sales prior to 2015. Prepare in general journal from all entries necessary on the consolidated statements work paper to eliminate the effects of the inter-company sales for each of 2015 and 2016. label the years.

4B. Referring to problem above, if P Co. had reported income of 450,000 each year and s. co. had reported income of 250,000 each year calculate the combined income for each year

4C. Again, referring to problem, if p. Co. had reported income of 450,000 and S co. has reported income 250,000 each year, and the sale had been on a downstream, calculate combines incomes for both year.

Choose a problem that children face that interests you (e.- poverty- low self-esteem- poor peer relationships- poor academic achievement- poorly…

Choose a problem that children face that interests you (e.g., poverty, low self-esteem, poor peer relationships, poor academic achievement, poorly developed conscience). What have you learned in this course that could help you design an intervention or a new social policy to address this problem? Be specific, and provide examples.

Code injection is a form of attack in which a malicious user:

Code injection is a form of attack in which a malicious user:

  1. Gains access to the codebase on the server and inserts new code
  2. Inserts text into a data field that gets interpreted as code
  3. Inserts additional code into the JavaScript running in the browser
  4. Gets the server to execute arbitrary code using a buffer overflow

Collegebooks Company has two locations- downtown and on campus. During March- the company reported net income of $164-000 and sales of $1.2 million.

Collegebooks Company has two locations, downtown and on campus. During March, the company reported net income of $164,000 and sales of $1.2 million. The contribution margin in the downtown store was $320,000 (32% of sales). The contribution margin in the campus store is $110,000. Direct fixed costs are $90,000 in the downtown store and $93,000 in the campus location. How much are total variable costs?

Citywide Company issues bond with par value of $150-000 on their stated issued date. the bonds mature in five years and pay 10% annual interest in…

Citywide Company issues bond with par value of $150,000 on their stated issued date. the bonds mature in five years and pay 10% annual interest in semiannual payments. On the issue date, the annual market rate for the bond is 8%.

(a) Use the interest rate given to determine whether the bonds are issued at par, at a discount, or at a premium (b) compute the price of the bonds as of their issue date

Coke can be converted into CO (a fuel gas) in the reaction:

Coke can be converted into CO (a fuel gas) in the reaction:

CO2(g) + C(s) → 2 CO(g)

A coke that contains 84% carbon by mass and the balance noncombustible ash is fed to a reactor with a stoichiometric amount of CO2. The coke is fed at 77°F, and the CO2 enters at 400°F. Heat is transferred to the reactor in the amount of 5 859 Btu/Ibm coke fed. The gaseous products and the solid reactor effluent (the ash and unburned carbon) leave the reactor at 1830°F. The heat capacity of the solid is 0.24 Btu/(lbm·°F).

5.1.1 Calculate the percentage conversion of the carbon in the coke. (15)

5.1.2 The CO produced can be used as a fuel for residential home heating, as can the coke. Speculate on the advantages and disadvantages of using the gas. (5)

Charline must decide whether to open a business or work as an economics tutor. The business she is considering is open a store called Charline Sells…

Charline must decide whether to open a business or work as an economics tutor. The business she is considering is open a store called “Charline Sells Seashells by the Seashore”. This business is risky because 60% of the time Charline would have a GOOD seashell harvest and earn an income of $300. But 40% of the time Charline would have a BAD seashell harvest and earn an income of $0. If she instead chooses to work as an economics tutor, Charline would earn a certain income of $160. Charline has initial wealth of $100 and her utility function is:U(C)= Square Root (C) where C is consumption:

What is Charline’s expected income if she opens her business?

Charlies utility function for his consumption of apples xA and bananas xB is u(xA- xB) = xAxB.

Charlie’s utility function for his consumption of apples xA and bananas xB is u(xA, xB) = xAxB.

If the price of apples is pA = 3 and the price of bananas is pB = 1, and Charlie has $12 to spend on apples and/or bananas, then:

The budget equation is

3xA+xB=12

And the optimization condition (to maximize Charlie’s utility) is

−xBxA=−3

Given these two conditions, find Charlie’s optimal bundle: (xA*, xB*) =

Chuck (mass = 70 kg) and Dan (mass = 80 kg) are working as window washers at Walter Library.

Chuck (mass = 70 kg) and Dan (mass = 80 kg) are working as window washers at Walter

Library. Chuck gets the bright idea of tying each of them to either end of a rope and hanging

it over a pulley to wash the windows. Chuck stands on the flat roof while Dan hangs from

the other end of the rope, ten meters off the ground. (See illustration below.) However,

it begins to rain, reducing the frictional force between Chuck’s shoes and the roof, and he

begins slipping.

If the value of the coefficient of kinetic friction between Chuck’s shoes and the wet roof

μk = 0.25, (a) what is the acceleration of Chuck and Dan?

(b) What is the tension in the rope while they are accelerating?

(c) With what speed does Dan land on the ground below?

Neglect the mass of the rope and the pulley.