what other elements does a star burn as fuel besides hydrogen?
In: Physics
Ludwig van Beethoven is considered a transitional figure in music history and he is the first composer that we really think of as truly “suffering for his art” because of his tragic hearing loss. Describe what we know about when Beethoven started to lose his hearing and how that affected his musical output
In: Computer Science
Here are forecasts for next year for two stocks:
Stock A 
Stock B 

Return on equity  12  %  10  %  
Earnings per share  $  3.00  $  2.50  
Dividends per share  $  2.00  $  2.00  
a. What are the dividend payout ratios for each firm? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to the nearest whole number.)
Payout Rate
Stock A: ____%
Stock B: _____%
b. What are the expected dividend growth rates for
each stock? Assume dividend has a steady growth for both stocks.
(Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers
as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places.)
Growth Rate
Stock A: _____%
Stock B:_____%
c. If investors require a return of 12% on each
stock, what are their values? (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Round final answers to 2 decimal
places.)
PV
Stock A: _____%
Stock B:_____%
In: Finance
Why are tangible assets depreciated? Briefly described two or three depreciation methods and how they work.
In: Accounting
I want flowchart process for this code c++
_____________________
#include<bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
char repeat = 'Y';
for (;repeat == 'Y';){
char empname[222];
float basicSalary, h_r_a, DearnessAllow, tax, netSalary;
int e_id;
cout<<"\nEmployee Name :";
cin>>empname;
cout<<"\nEmployee Id :";
cin>>e_id;
cout << "Enter Basic Salary : ";
cin >> basicSalary;
DearnessAllow = 0.30 * basicSalary;
h_r_a= 800;
switch (1)
{
case 1:
if (basicSalary <= 2,50,000)
tax = 0;
case 2:
if (basicSalary > 250000 && basicSalary <=
500000)
tax = 0.05*basicSalary;
case 3:
if (basicSalary > 500000 && basicSalary <=
1000000)
tax = (0.12)*(basicSalary  500000) + 12500;
case 4:
if (basicSalary > 1000000)
tax = 1,12,500 + 0.30*1000000;
}
netSalary = basicSalary + DearnessAllow + h_r_a  tax;
cout<<"\nEmployee Id : "<<e_id<<endl;
cout<<"\nEmployee Name : "<<empname<<endl;
cout<<"\nBasic Salary : "<<basicSalary<<endl;
cout<<"\nHRA : "<<h_r_a<<endl;
cout<<"\nDearnessAllow : "<<DearnessAllow<<endl;
cout<<"\nTax : "<<tax<<endl;
cout<<"\nNet Salary :
"<<netSalary<<endl;
cout<<"Do you want to still
continue....Y/N"<<endl;
cin>>repeat;
}
return 0;
}
In: Computer Science
How would you advise your parents or grandparents regarding their asset allocation?
In: Finance
MANAGING CASH FLOW
do you think most entrepreneurs are as thorough with their financial management? Why or why not?
In: Operations Management
G and P Manufacturing would like to minimize the labor cost of producing dishwasher motors for major
appliance manufacturer. Two models of motors exist and the time in hours required for each model in each
production area is tabled here, along with the labor cost.
Model 1 
Model 2 

Area A (hrs) 
12 
16 
Area B (hrs) 
10 
8 
Area C (hrs) 
14 
12 
Cost ($) 
100 
120 
Currently, labor assignments provide for 38,000 hours in each of Area A, 25,000 hours in Area B, and 27,000 hours in area C.
2,000 hours are available to be transferred from Area B to Area C and a combined total of 4,000 hours are available to be transferred from Area A to Areas B and C.
We would like to develop the linear programming model to minimize the labor cost, whose solution would tell G&P how many of each model to produce and how to allocate the workforce.
Let P_{1} = the number of model 1 motors to produce
P_{2} = the number of model 2 motors to produce
T_{AC} = the number of hours transferred from A to C
T_{AB} = the number of hours transferred from A to B
T_{BC} = the number of hours transferred from B to C
In: Operations Management
Consider a mixture of isopropanol and toluene. Use the UNIFAC method to find the activity coefficients. Then, create a ??? diagram and an ?? diagram of this system at ? = 101 ???.
Isoproponol: A=16.6796, B=3640.2, C=219.61
Toulene: A=13.932, B=3056.96, C=217.625. These are the units of
Celsius and kPa. For the UNIFAC coefficients I have to use a
spreadsheet. Which coefficients do I send?
In: Other
My IDE : NETBEAN JAVA
THANK YOU SO MUCH ( THE QUESTION IS ON SPECIFICATION)
Sample Run
Department Store Sales Tax and Grand Total Application
Data Entries: Enter 0 to end your input
Cost of item: 35.99
Cost of item: 27.50
Cost of item: 19.59
Cost of item: 0
All items total: $83.08
Sales tax rate (%): 6
Promotion code: 123
Discount amount: $1.00
Subtotal: $82.08
Sales tax amount: $4.92
Grand total: $87.00
Continue? y/Y/n/N: y
Data Entries: Enter 0 to end your input
Cost of item: 10.99
Cost of item: 35.50
Cost of item: 11.52
Cost of item: 21.58
Cost of item: 0
All items total: $79.59
Sales tax rate (%): 12
Tax rate should be from 6 to 10
Sales tax rate (%): 9
Promotion code: 456
Discount amount: $2.00
Subtotal: $77.59
Sales tax amount: $6.98
Grand total: $84.57
Continue? y/Y/n/N: y
Data Entries: Enter 0 to end your input
Cost of item: 95.21
Cost of item: 0
All items total: $95.21
Sales tax rate (%): 10
Promotion code: 999
Invalid promotion code. Try again
Promotion code: 789
Discount amount: $3.00
Subtotal: $92.21
Sales tax amount: $9.22
Grand total: $101.43
Continue? y/Y/n/N: Y
Data Entries: Enter 0 to end your input
Cost of item: 152.50
Cost of item: 59.80
Cost of item: 0
All items total: $212.30
Sales tax rate (%): 8
Discount amount: $21.23
Subtotal: $191.07
Sales tax amount: $15.29
Grand total: $206.36
Continue? y/Y/n/N: N
Program is terminated
Specifications
In: Computer Science
During Week 15, we are covering Operations in both the Service and Manufacturing industries. Service and manufacturing operations have differences, but also similarities. For example, both create mission statements and a vision for how the organization will be run and perceived by customers. Each provider or manufacturer wants to lead the market in its specific industry.
To Do: Study the quality management standards of an organization in which you are comfortable researching. What makes them stand out from the competition? Please be sure to reference at least 2 articles/journals/publications to support your writing.
In: Operations Management
For the following linear programming problem:
Maximize z = 2x_{1}+ x_{2}
Such that
x_{1}+ 2x_{2 ≤} 12
x_{2} ≥ 3
x_{1},x_{2} ≥ 0
(a) Write the first two constraints in equation form by adding slack or subtracting excess (surplus) variables.
(b)Find all basic solutions for this LP
(c) Which of these solutions are feasible?
(d)Which of these feasible solutions is optimal? Find the optimal value of z
In: Operations Management
What should be the resource for asset allocation? Should it be 60/40 a reasonable allocation strategy?
In: Finance
3.Competitive Advantage. In deciding whether to invest abroad, management must first determine whether the firm has a sustainable competitive advantage that enables it to compete effectively in the home market. What are the necessary characteristics of this competitive advantage?
In: Finance
In: Math