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O. Guillen (beginning capital, $60,000) and K.Williams (beginning capital ($90,000) are partners. During 2008, the partnership earned net income of $70,000, and Guillen made drawings of $18,000 while Williams made drawings of $24,000.
Assume the partnership income-sharing agreement calls for income to be divided 45% to Guillen and 55% to Williams.

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I was puzzled to find out that the vectors connecting the same two points (let's say QR and RQ) are not equivalent. How can it happen It seems so logical to assume that if two endpoints are the same, the segment between them is the same also. Can somebody help me with this issue

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ACTIVITY BASED COSTING: HIERARCHICAL PROFITABILITY Math Problem

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This cost has been calculated on the basis of traditional costing system. The Direct Material cost and Direct Labour has been calculated on the basis of total production units. The overhead costs have been allocated to products on the basis of traditional costing system.

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This pattern could make it much easier to solve the problem for even larger numbers of people. Patterns can be very helpful to find out the answers to mathematical problems.
To find out how many handshakes there would be with 5 people in the room I had to make a diagram.

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Based on the graph, significant difference in red cell folate levels exists between Groups I and II. A significant difference may also exist between Groups I and III. However, there is little difference in mean folate levels between II and III.
The data satisfies the assumption of independence.

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Fundementals of finance Math Problem

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The return on this combination of portfolio is measured by getting the weighted return for each stock and adding them; as apparent in the equation where wa is the proportion of stock a to the whole portfolio investment and ra is the expected return for it.

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Personal Finance Concepts Math Problem Math Problem

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Cost flow assumptions and effects of inventory errors Math Problem

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Numerical analysis Math Problem

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These types of problems (especially systems of differential equations) are solved numerically using a number of similar algorithms which are based on the principles of numerical integration. The definition of the task "solve differential equation" means "integrate differential equation" so all differential equation numerical solving techniques are based on numerical integration, which is the problem of finding area under the curve described by differentiated function.

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Answer: No use of universe of managers can't overcome and the reason behind this is beta (systematic risk and the volatility depend on the market sentiment and use of universe of manager can overcome the internal performance of any company but not the market risk as this risk can be diversified but can't eliminated.

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Otherwise, the conclusion is said to be invalid.
While most logical statements are straightforward, it is sometimes necessary to use different representations to more easily understand the logic. Among the many tools available are Euler circles and truth tables.

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Maintenance Strategy Math Problem

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This paper tells that in соmраriѕоn tо соntinuоuѕ reасtоrѕ, bаtсh reасtоrѕ оffer flexible аnd eсоnоmiсаlly аttrасtive орtiоnѕ beсаuѕe the ѕаme equiрment саn be uѕed fоr different рrоduсtѕ deрending оn mаrket demаnd. Exаmрleѕ оf рrосeѕѕeѕ where bаtсh reасtоrѕ аre beсоming widely uѕed аre fооd рrоduсtѕ, рhаrmасeutiсаlѕ, раintѕ, роlymerѕ аnd ѕрeсiаlity сhemiсаlѕ.

Deflection of a Loaded Cantilever Math Problem

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1. Given the status quo, the estimated distribution costs for the company in the following quarter is $ 194,060 subdivided into $92,252 from the plants to the distribution centers and $101,808 from the distribution centers to the customer zones all over the country.

Tangled Triangles Math Problem

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Let us start investigating this problem by looking back in time and history of this problem. It not only makes our study more interesting, it also throws light on the path that we should follow. It is a well-known fact that for an arbitrary closed curve in the plane of a fixed perimeter, it is the circle that encloses the largest area.

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Here it is given that the tires are equally durable(i.e. identical in terms of quality and thickness). Also we assume here that the roads on which the two cars travel and other conditions are identical so that the friction offered is practically the same and that the cars have more or less the same weight(generally the cars with the larger wheels have more weight and hence offer more burden on their wheels).

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This shows that company has no problem in paying off its debts. The position of Jones Corporation is also good and it will have no problem in paying off its debts. Since, both firms can pay-off their debts easily given the situation let's now eliminate the illiquid current asset factor from our ratio calculation.

Theorem of Pythagoras in Mathematics Math Problem

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If we read the history of Pythagoras we would come to know his influence upon other philosophers like Plato's whole theory is very much affected by his thinking about geometry. He develops it in books VI and VII of the Republic, and says that "what we are talking about in geometry and mathematics, which are generally abstract entities of timeless, spaceless, and impersonal theologies.

Pure Strategy Math Problem

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We can now create general expressions for X and Y. Take, X2 and X3, it is apparent that 4 - a repeating element of the matrix X3 - is simply the equivalent of 2 2. Furthermore, 8, from X4, is again a product of 2 (i.e. 2 22). Hence, we arrive at this equation:

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Based on the increased production schedule above, daily profit is $6,008.08, excluding fixed daily overhead and financing cost. However, with fixed daily overhead and financing cost, CONICE still stands to lose $1,092.92 per day.
d. The grocery distributor will consider relaxing the contract restriction "requiring vanilla four packs to make up exactly 45% of the regular ice cream four packs delivered" to one where "vanilla four packs must make up at least 25% of the regular ice cream four packs delivered" if Bear will reduce the selling price of the regular ice cream four-packs to $1.28.

New Product Development Accounting Project Math Problem

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Advertising expense has been classified as discretionary cost as it is among the expenses that are fixed but can be altered in the short term by current management decisions. For example, the company can reduce its cost by spending less on advertising or going for a less expensive option in a budget year.

Extended Mathmatical Study Math Problem

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Geometric sequence has been known in human history from the very ancient times. One of the first researchers to analyse geometric progressions and some of its properties was Euclid (Elements, books VIII and IX). A sequence is called geometric if every of its terms starting from the second can be found as product of the previous term and a number, different from 0 and same for the whole sequence, called common ratio.

Probability Math Problem

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An independent variable is the number of years after 1960.
c) Both models have rather close predictions. In order to validate their predictive power it is necessary to check the predicted values vs. the actual values. For this purpose I used the actual MSW data for 2003 provided by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)1.

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Energy efficiency rating Math Problem

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In the event that it goes beyond that, the unit may be considered too expensive. Furthermore, if manufacturers discover that customers are not willing to pay for air conditioning units beyond 449, then they may be compelled to produce units that do not go beyond an 11.0 EER to limit costs.

Relationship between Money Supply and Inflation in Saudi Arabia Math Problem

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According to the author, the economic variables that are commonly stationary not in levels but in the initial distinctions; this usually calls for the application of the Augmented- Dickey Fuller test which offers the assurance that the likelihood organization of the variables are steady for consequential regression expression.

Statistical Methods Math Problem

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The confidence interval is the result from the test statistic N (0, 1).
Test statistic: Under H0, tn - 2 distribution where a is the sample slope parameter, A is the population slope parameter, s is the sample estimate for the standard deviation. The results from Q4 are a = 0.0867, s = 1.4495 and Cxx = 267.6 and A = 0.

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A new, above shown window, which is actually a code editor for visual basic (VBA IDE), will appear. In this new window, go to option View Object Browser (shortcut key: F2). This action will change the interface of the window; select 'VBA' from the drop-down list of combo box (encircled in red) as shown in figure below.

Origami Math Problem

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Thus, a proper edge coloring with 3 colors can be said to be 3-edge-colouring. The aim is usually the determination of the least number of colours required for proper colouring of the edges of the dodecahedron. Proper 3 edges colouring entails that no 2 edges in the same vertex can be of the same color.

The Z Notation Math Problem

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Though these mathematical data types don't represent the computer notation, they help determine how a particular system will behave. The Z notation also allows for the disintegration of a given specification into schemas, this helps in presenting the code piecewise.

Linear Programming in relationship to the Profit Maximization of the Business Math Problem

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The co-ordinates of A and B are (5250000, 5250000) and (6, 6) respectively. The value of the objective function at these points is 0.45 X 5250000 = 2362500 and 2.7 respectively. The value of the objective function at the points of ray AD beyond point A would be 0.2x + 0.25(10500000 - x) i.e.

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According to accounting concepts, as long as business is going concern it should state all its assets on book value rather than on NRV. This means that since we have no intention of closing down, we are going to write it down at the book value, regardless of what our NRV is.

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The rational behind this decision is the fact that in this case firm is covering all its variable costs and generating revenue which is greater than total variable costs. This means that firm is contributing the amount over and above the variable costs to the fixed costs.

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(a) Prepare an income statement and an owner's equity statement for the year. The owner did not make any new investments during the year. (If there is a loss, put amount in parenthesis in the income statement. If there is a loss, enter the amount as a positive number on the owner's equity statement.

Math Exercises Math Problem

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The author of this paper gives full answers on the test on Math. After every question, the full solution is attached.The author completed the exercises where it was needed to find the output levels of the firm that and confirm that the output levels found do indeed maximise or minimise these functions.

Computer Methods Math Problem

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Quantitative Methods for Accountants Math Problem

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Finance and Accounting Assignment Math Problem

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The plan is to keep aside an equal amount on each of the birthday and put the same into the person’s savings account. Such annual payment of fixed amount of money over a phase of time is known as annuity. The two distinct types of annuity payments are ‘normal annuity’ where the periodical payments are done at the end of the period and annuity due and that of ‘immediate annuity’ where the payments are made at the very commencement of the period.

Statistics Math Problem

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Once we get the class width (12), we add it to the lowest number in order to get the lowest class limit (16 + 12 = 28). If we keep on repeating this step, we can determine all the appropriate class limits (28 + 12 = 40, 40 + 12 = 52, 52 + 12 = 64, and 64 + 12 = 76).

Projects 1,3,5 Math Problem

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The Hotpoint Front Control Dishwasher in White is $289.00 at Home Depot. It is not classified as energy efficient. The GE 24in. Front Control Dishwasher in Black with Steam PreWash is on sale this week for $359.10 at Home Depot, from a normal price of $399.00, and is classified as energy efficient.

Engineering sceince Math Problem

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is coefficient of friction, m is the mass, g is acceleration due to gravity Therefore in this scenario, F = 0.35*440*9.8 = 1509.2 Thus braking force = 1509.2N But F= ma Rearranging this we get Thus deceleration = = 3.43m/s2 s = Thus distance = = 6.25t m But t= 12.5/3.43 = 3.64s Thus distance = 6.25*3.64 = 22.75m Task 2 Question 1 Average angular velocity is 4200 + 360 = 2280rpm = 238.76rad/s I = = 12.5 * 0.12 = 1.5 Rotational Kinetic energy is = I?

Controller Suggestions for ABC Company Math Problem

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The company also risks uneven cash flow as a result of bad weather, which slows down construction schedules. The company will experience challenges due to increases of prices and shortage of major raw materials used in the manufacturing of building materials; this exposes the company to the risk of running out of supplies and ultimate reduction in profit margin.