BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

Dylan worked hard on his latest project at work and did it exceptionally well in the hope that his boss might give him a raise. in other words, dylan was looking for a(n) _____ reward.

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Answer 1
Answer: I think the correct term to fill in the blank would be extrinsic. In other words, Dylan was looking for an extrinsic reward. It is a type of reward that is visible and tangible. It is physically given to someone for doing something. Usually it is in the form which has a monetary value like bonus, gold medal or salary increase. Example would be a medal. Receiving a medal when you won first place in a sport.. The extrinsic reward would be the medal. The opposite of this is called the intrinsic reward wherein it involves is internal motivation or internal satisfaction.

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Ying just purchased a rather expensive wrist watch. she had debated for weeks about the merits of two different styles before making her final decision. it's now likely that ying will

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What will likely affect the decision of Ying of which wrist watch that she will chose between the two is based on the positive aspects of the watch and she will likely emphasize which is more better and has a positive aspect that will affect her decision of whether which of the two she would chose.
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Ben Collins plans to buy a house for $220,000. If the real estate in his area is expected to increase in value 2 percent each year, what will its approximate value be seven years from now?

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Answer:

$252,780 will be value of House seven years from now.

Explanation:

Current value of house = 220,000

Growth rate = g = 2%

Number of year = n = 7 years

Future Value = PV X (1+g)^n

Future Value = 220,000 X ((1+0.02)^7)

Future Value = 220,000 X 1.149

Future Value = 252,780

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following taxes are charged on items at the time of purchase?

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For the answer to the question above, that is called a Sales Tax. This is charged on items you purchase. most states charge sales tax every time you buy something. the sales tax percentage varies across states.
I hope my answer helped you.

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At the beginning of the year (January 1), Buffalo Drilling has $12,000 of common stock outstanding and retained earnings of $6,200. During the year, Buffalo reports net income of $6,500 and pays dividends of $1,200. In addition, Buffalo issues additional common stock for $6,000. Required:
Prepare the statement of stockholders' equity at the end of the year (December 31).

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Answer:

Explanation:

The preparation of the statement of stockholders' equity at the end of the year is presented below:

                                            Buffalo Drilling

                             Statement of stockholders' equity

                            At the end of the year (December 31)

Particulars      Common Stock           Retained earnings             Total

Beginning

Balance          $12,000                       $6,200                                $18,200

Net income                                         $6,500                                $6,500

Dividend paid                                   -$1,200                                 -$1,200

Additional

common stock  $6,000                                                                 $6,000

Total                  $18,000                  $11,500                                 $29,500              

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A firm reported ($ in millions) net cash inflows (outflows) as follows: operating $65, investing ($198), and financing $358. The beginning cash balance was $257. What was the ending cash balance

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Answer:

$482

Explanation:

The ending cash balance of the firm can be calculated using the below formula:

Ending cash balance=Opening cash balance+operating cash flow+investing cash flow+financing cash flow.

In this question:

Opening cash balance=257

Operating cash flow=65

Investing cash flow=(198)

Financing cash flow=358

Ending cash balance=257+65+(198)+358=$482

HIGH SCHOOL

Downward Dog Wines had to market its products with a different name in a foreign market as it was mandatory to translate the name into the local language. Which factor has most likely influenced the compulsory change of Downward Dog’s product name in the foreign market in this scenario

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Answer:

Legal requirement

Explanation:

When a firm or an organisation tries to enter an international or foreign market, there are few regulations which are compulsory to follow. Legal requirements are usually enforced by the local government to ensure transparency and the rule of law. It is mandatory to change a company's name into the local language before marketing. It is a legal requirement that is mandatory to follow.

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An investor invests 30 percent of his wealth in a risky asset with an expected rate of return of 0.15 and a variance of 0.04 and 70 percent in a T-bill that pays 6 percent. His portfolio's expected return and standard deviation are __________ and __________, respectively. A. 0.114; 0.12

B. 0.087; 0.06

C. 0.295; 0.12

D. 0.087; 0.12

E. none of the above

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The answer is B 0.087 ; 0.06
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Rogen Corporation manufactures a single product. The standard cost per unit of product is shown below. Direct materials—1 pound plastic at $6 per pound $ 6.00
Direct labor—1.50 hours at $12.20 per hour 18.30
Variable manufacturing overhead 9.00
Fixed manufacturing overhead 15.00
Total standard cost per unit $48.30
The predetermined manufacturing overhead rate is $16 per direct labor hour ($24.00 ÷ 1.50). It was computed from a master manufacturing overhead budget based on normal production of 8,700 direct labor hours (5,800 units) for the month. The master budget showed total variable costs of $52,200 ($6.00 per hour) and total fixed overhead costs of $87,000 ($10.00 per hour). Actual costs for October in producing 4,300 units were as follows.
Direct materials (4,500 pounds) $ 27,900Direct labor (6,250 hours) 77,500Variable overhead 78,430Fixed overhead 26,670 Total manufacturing costs $210,500
The purchasing department buys the quantities of raw materials that are expected to be used in production each month. Raw materials inventories, therefore, can be ignored.
(a) Compute all of the materials and labor variances. (Round answers to 0 decimal places, e.g. 125.)
(b) Compute the total overhead variance.

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Answer:

1. Material cost variance                            $

Standard material cost ($6  x  4,300)  25,800

Less: Actual ,aterial cost                       27,900

Material cost variance                            2,100(A)

2. Material price variance

= (Standard price - Actual price) x Actual quantity purchased

= ($6 - $6.20) x 4,500 pounds

= $900( A)

Actual price

=  Actual material cost/Actual quantity purchased

Actual price

= $27,900/4,500 pounds = $6.20

3. Material usage variance

= (Standard quantity - Actual quantity used) x Standard price

= (1 x 4,300 - 4,500) x $6

= $1,200(A)

4. Labour cost variance:                           $

Standard labour cost ($18.30 x 4,300)   78,690

Less: Actual labour cost                          77,500

Labour cost variance                                1,190

5. Labour rate variance

=(Standard rate - Actual rate) x Actual hours worked

= ($12.20 - $12.40) x 6,250 hours

= $1,250(A)

6. Labour efficiency variance

= (Standard hours - actual hours worked) x Standard rate

= (1.50 hours x 4,300 - 6,250) x $12.20

= $2,440(F)

Actual rate = Actual labour cost/Actual hours worked

Actual rate = $77,500/6,250 hours

Actual rate = $12.40

= (SR - AR) x Actual hour worked

7. Total overhead variance                                  $

 Standard overhead cost ($24 x 4,300)          103,200

Less: Actual overhead cost(78,430+ 26,670)  105,100

Total overhead variance                                     1,900

Less: Actual overhead cost

Explanation:

Material cost variance is the difference between standard material cost and actual material cost.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Material price variance is the difference between standard price and actual price multiplied by actual quantity purchased.

Material usage variance is the difference between standard quantity and actual quantity used multiplied by standard price.

Labour cost variance is the difference between standard labour cost and actual labour cost.

Labour rate variance is the difference between standard rate and actual rate multiplied by actual hours worked.

Labour efficiency variance is the difference between standard hours and actual hours worked multiplied by standard rate.

Total overhead variance is the difference between standard total overhead cost and actual total overhead cost.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Max has earnings from his salary of $30,000. He contributes $600 toward his retirement account. He receives interest on his savings of $600 and dividends on mutual funds of $300. What is his adjusted income? A. $30,300 B. $30,900 C. $30,000 D. $31,200

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The answer is actually A. $30,300 for plato users

the answer is $30,000

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