Problem Statement - If you were given a pie (or any other circular-shaped pastry) and were told to cut it a number of ways, what would be the maximum number of pieces you would be able to produce? The cuts you make in the pie do not have to pass the center, the cuts have to just go from one end of the...
Problem Statement There are five bales of hay. When the bales of hay are weighed, they are weighed in pairs of two. When weighed, they were weighed in all possible pairs of two, like so: bales 1 &2, bales 1 &3, bales 1 & When weighed, they were weighed in all possible pairs of two, like so: bales...
Problem Statement Given a pie, you are to make cuts to produce the max amount of slices. Figure out how many slices 4, 5, and 10 cuts would produce. Make an In-Out table, diagrams, and anything that would help make a formula to find out the max amount of slices with x cuts. The slices may be different...
POW 17- Cutting the Pie Problem Statement- If you were given a pie what is the maximum number of pieces you can produce from 4, 5, and 10 cuts? Keep in mind, that the slices do not have to be the same size and the cuts do not necessarily have to go through the center of the pie, but the cuts...
Shania Lewis Period 6B September 4, 2012 Problem of the Week: The Broken Eggs Problem Statement: A farmer is carrying her eggs in a cart when she accidentally spills every one of them and they all break. She decides to go to her insurance agent, who asks her how many eggs she had. She’s not sure...
APPLIED PROBLEMS- WEEK 5 ANSWERS Chapter 11: P.8 8. a. Production costs will rise because the entry of new firms encouraged by economic profits will bid up input prices for all the firms in the remodeling industry. Input prices would not be bid up if the industry is a constant cost industry. b...
P4-5 FV=PVX(7%,3) PV=$1500x(1.225) FV=$1837.50 FV=1500x(1.501) FV=2251.50 FV=1500(1.838) FV=2757.00 P4-8 15000=10200XFVIF%,5 =15000/10200=1.471 8% P4-12 PV=FVX(12%,6) PV=6,000X(.507) PV=3,042.00 PV=6000X(0.507) PV=3042.00 PV=6000X(0.507) PV=3042.00 P4-15 PV=1000000X(6%...
Problem Set Week 2 FIN 571 Group Number: GA11MBA08 Instructor: Jeff Phillips November 5, 2012 Chapter 5 A1. (Bond valuation) A $1,000 face value bond has a remaining maturity of 10 years and required return of 9%. The bond’s coupon rate is 7.4%. What is the fair value of this bond? Required...
Comprehensive Problem 67 (Ch. 5) Ken is 63 years old and unmarried. He retired at age 55 when he sold his business, Understock.com. Though Ken is retired, he is still very active. Ken reported the following financial information this year. Assume Ken’s modified adjusted...
Learning Team E 1/30/2012 University of Phoenix ACC 547: James Enney 22-50 Jack and Jill are owners of UpAHill, and S-corporation. They own 25 and 75 percent, respectively. a. What amount of ordinary income and separately stated items are allocated to them for years 1 and 2 based on...
EXERCISES and PROBLEMS WEEK 4 XACC/291C PRINCIPLES of ACCOUNNTING 2 3/15/14 E10-6 Payroll Tax Expense = 352.16 FCIA Taxes Payable = 198.40 Federal Unemployment Taxes Payable = 19.84 State Unemployment Taxes Payable = 133.92 (to record payable taxes for the week) E10-8 ...
Week Three Practical Problem In this assignment, you examine a practical procedure used in computer-aided design and computational fluid dynamics. You will make some assessments regarding this procedure. The word triangulation has two definitions. The first, and most common, is the use of trigonometry...
homework assignment, you will be working through four Activity In Box (AIB) problems. Using the activity, duration, and predecessor information given in this document, you should first construct a network for each "project." [Each problem will have its own network.] Once you have constructed the network...
Week 2 Individual Assignment Ch. 5: Problems A1, A10, A12, A14, B16, B18, & B20 (pp. 134-137) A1. (Bond valuation) A $1,000 face value bond has a remaining maturity of 10 years and a required return of 9%. The bond’s coupon rate is 7.4%. What is the fair value of this bond? Calculating...
Chapter 3 Applied Problems 2. Appalachian Coal Mining believes that it can increase labor productivity and, therefore, net revenue by reducing air pollution in it mines. It estimates that the marginal cost function for reducing pollution by installing additional capital equipment is MC = 40P Where...
6. LEASE VERSES PURCHASE ITEM AMOUNT BEFORE REIMBURSEMENT AMOUNT AFTER REIMBURSMENT YEARS PRESENT VALUE FACTOR (14%) PRESENT VALUE LEASE RENT 200,000 200,000 0 1.0 200,000 RENT 200,000 200,000 1-4 2.9 582,800 PROPERTY TAX 23,000 23,000 1-5 3.43 78,959 NPV 861,759 PURCHASE...
Problem Solving Yvonne Espinoza BEH/225 October 10, 2014 Nancy Russell Q: Complete the Problem Solving Simulation located on the student website and answer the following: Describe the different strategies you used to try to solve the simulation. What obstacles did you encounter while...
Problem Statement This weeks P.O.W. was named, "The Hay Baler Problem", it was about a hay baler who had just finished weighing five bales of hay. Unfortunately, he weighed the bales was in combinations of two. He weighed bale 1 with 2, 1 with 3, 1 with 4, and every other two-baled combination. In the...
University of Phoenix Material Week One Practice Problems Prepare a written response to the following questions. Chapter 1 12. Explain and give an example for each of the following types of variables: a. Equal interval: A variable in which the values are approximate amounts. An example...
ACC291 Week 5 Exercises -‐ E13-‐1, E14-‐1, P13-‐9A, P13-‐10A, P14-‐2 E13-‐1 A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Financing activities Non-‐cash investing and financing activities Noncash investing and financing...