In alphabetical order, the six most common last names in the United States in 2018

In alphabetical order, the six most common last names in the United States in 2018 are Brown, Garcia, Johnson, Jones, Smith, and Williams (United States Census Bureau website). Assume that a sample of 50 individuals with one of these last names provided the following data: 

 

Summarize the data by constructing the following:
  1. Relative and percent frequency distributions
  2. A bar chart
  3. A sorted bar chart
  4. A pie chart
  5. Based on these data, what are the most common last names? Which type of chart makes this most apparent? 

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moment of inertia of a rod

Starting with the formula for the moment of inertia of a rod rotated around an axis through one end perpendicular to its length (I=M ℓ² / 3), prove that the moment of inertia of a rod rotated about an axis through its center perpendicular to its length is I=M ℓ² / 12. You will find the graphics in Figure 10.12 useful in visualizing these rotations.

 

Chapter 10, Problem 18PE, Starting with the formula for the moment of inertia of a rod rotated around an axis through one end

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Prepare a post closing trial balance

Prepare a post closing trial balance.  

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During the nineteenth century, one way political bosses gained voter support was by

During the nineteenth century, one way political bosses gained voter support was by

  • campaigning for women's suffrage
  • pushing for the use of poll taxes
  • making improvements in urban infrastructure and helping new immigrants
  • providing assistance for former slaves

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income statement and retained earnings statement

Misclassifcations Roz Corporation's Multiple-Step income statement and retained earnings statement for the year ended December 31, 2019 as developed by its bookkeeper are shown here:

Revenue Statement
December 31, 2019
 
Sales (net)     $179,000
Plus: Income from operations of discontinued Division P (net of $960 income taxes)     2,240
Less: Dividends declared ($1.50 per common share)     (7,500)
Net revenues     $173,740
Less: Selling expenses     (19,000)
Gross profit     $154,740
Less Operating expenses:      
Interest expense $4,100    
Loss on sale of Division P (net of $1,200 income tax credit) 2,800    
Cost of goods sold 110,700    
Income tax expense on income from continuing operations 5,370   (122,970)
Total operating expenses     $31,770
Operating income      
Miscellaneous items:      
Dividend revenue $1,800    
General and administrative expenses (24,300)   (22,500)
Income before unusual items     $9,270
Unusual items:      
Loss on sale of land $(4,800)    
Correction of error in last year's income (net of $1,500 income taxes) 3,500   (1,300)
Net income     $7,970

 

 

 

Retained Earnings Statement
December 31, 2019
 
Beginning retained earnings $62,850
Add: Net income 7,970
Adjusted retained earnings $70,820
Less: Loss from theft (net of $2,760 income tax credit) (6,440)
Ending retained earnings $64,380

You determine that the account balances listed on the statements are correct but are incorrectly classified in certain cases. The company laces a 30% tax rate. No shares of common stock were issued or retired during 2019

Required:

1. Review both statements and indicate where each incorrectly classified item should be classified.

2 Prepare a correct multiple-step income statement for 2019

3. Determine the correct beginning balance in retained earnings and then prepare a correct 2019 retained earnings statement.

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Computing profit Margin, Turnovers, and Return on investments

Munoz Corporation’s balance sheet indicates that the company has $600,000 invested in operating assets. During Year 2, Munoz earned operating income of $72,000 on $1,200,000 of sales.

 

Required

  1. Compute Munoz’s profit margin for Year 2.

  2. Compute Munoz’s turnover for Year 2.

  3. Compute Munoz’s return on investment for Year 2.

 

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Return on Investments and Residual income

Baird Home Maintenance Company earned operating income of $6,587,900 on operating assets of $58,300,000 during Year 2. The Tree Cutting Division earned $1,242,260 on operating assets of $6,940,000. Baird has offered the Tree Cutting Division $2,070,000 of additional operating assets. The manager of the Tree Cutting Division believes he could use the additional assets to generate operating income amounting to $432,630. Baird has a desired return on investment (ROI) of 9.30 percent.

Required

  1. Calculate the return on investment for Baird, the Tree Cutting Division, and the additional investment opportunity.

  2. Calculate the residual income for Baird, the Tree Cutting Division, and the additional investment opportunity.

 

 

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What is the Residual Income?

Jarren Cough drops operates two divisions. The following information pertains to each division for year 1.

 

Required

 

  1. Compute each division’s residual income.

  2. Which division increased the company’s profitability more?

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Percentages

max and jill both use quarters to fill up a parking meter. Max's parking meter is for 2 hours and jill's parking meter is for 1 hour and 30 minutes. max goes into a store and when he comes back, he sees that his parking meter has 1/4 of the time left. Jill goes for a run and when she comes back she sees that her parking meter has 3/4 of the time left. who has more time left? by how many minutes?

In: Math

reactivity order

1) arrange Pb, Mg, and Zn in order of their activities listing most active 

2)  arrange Cu, Ag, and Zn in order of their activities listing most active

 

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Are the profit and payoff of buying an index and buying a put the same as investing in zero-coupon bonds and buying a call?

Given that a 950-strike call has a premium of $120.405 and a 950-strike put has a premium of $51.777 and the 6-month interest rate is 2%. Suppose you buy the S&R index for $1000 and buy a 950-strike put. What are the profit and payoff for this position. Is this the same profit and payoff as investing $931.37 in a zero-coupon bonds and buying a 950-strike call.

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Logical Question

Halmar the Great has boasted to his hordes of followers that many a notorious villain has fallen to his awesome sword: His total of 650 victims consists of evil sorcerers, trolls, and orcs. These he has slain with a total of 700 mighty thrusts of his sword; evil sorcerers and trolls each requiring two thrusts (to the chest) and orcs each requiring one thrust (to the neck). When asked about the number of trolls he has slain, he replies, "I, the mighty Halmar, despise trolls four times as much as I despise evil sorcerers. Accordingly, four times as many trolls as evil sorcerers have fallen to my sword!" How many of each type of villain has he slain?

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Solve polynomial equation.

Solve the mathematical equation (3x+1)^(3/2) - 24 = 40.

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Prepare journal entries for the transactions

Presented below are selected transactions of Molina Company. Molina sells in large quantities to other companies and also sells its product in a small retail outlet.

 

March 1 Sold merchandise on account to Dodson Company for $10,400, terms 3/10, n/30.

March 3  Dodson Company returned merchandise worth $200 to Molina.

March 9 Molina collected the amount due from Dodson Company from the March 1 sale.

March 15 Molina sold merchandise for $1,000 in its retail outlet. The customer used his Molina credit card.

March 31  

Molina added 1.8% monthly interest to the customer’s credit card balance.

Prepare journal entries for the transactions above. (Credit account titles are automatically indented when amount is entered. Do not indent manually

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Rotta

Suppose an automobile engine can produce 215 N⋅m of torque, and assume this car is suspended so that the wheels can turn freely. Each wheel acts like a 15 kg disk that has a 0.17 m radius. The tires act like 1.85-kg rings that have inside radii of 0.19 m and outside radii of 0.315 m. The tread of each tire acts like a 12.5-kg hoop of radius 0.33 m. The 12.5-kg axle acts like a solid cylinder that has a 1.9-cm radius. The 28-kg drive shaft acts like a solid cylinder that has a 3.05-cm radius.

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