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For the period ending December 31, 2020, the consignor will report a net loss from this consignment arrangement amounting to:

On September 1, 2020, a consignor consigned 10,000 units of inventory which costs P12 per unit and sells for P15 per unit. Freight charges of P15,000 were paid by the consignee. The consignee was able to sell 6,000 units from September 1 to November 30, 2020, and incurred. On December 1, 2020, the products were marked to sell for P13 per unit to accommodate the Christmas rush. During December, the consignee was able to sell 3,000 more units. The discounted price lasted until February 28, 2021. The consignee is entitled to a commission of 10% of the selling price of the products. For the period ending December 31, 2020, the consignor will report a net loss from this consignment arrangement amounting to:

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If the corporation owes a creditor P=9,000 secured by inventory that is expected to realize $7,000, how much can the creditor expect to receive on this claim?

A manufacturing firm has found itself in financial difficulty and may file for bankruptcy. Its statement of affairs reflects the following summarized information:

Book value of assets $700,000
Net realizable value of assets 370,000
Total liabilities 400,000
Secured claims 250,000
Unsecured claims with priority 30,000

If the corporation owes a creditor P=9,000 secured by inventory that is expected to realize $7,000, how much can the creditor expect to receive on this claim?

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Determine the net income of the consignor.

A well-known consignor consigned goods costing $1,560,000 to be sold at a total advertised selling price of $3,120,000. The consignee remitted $1,422,600 to its consignor after deducting the following charges: $52,500 cartage, $22,500 installation, and a commission equal to 20% of the sales proceeds after deducting the commission. Determine the net income of the consignor.

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What is the return on average total assets?

The following figures are taken from Ethaniel Company's financial statements for the calendar years 200B and 200A:

  200B 200A
Total Assets $900,000 $750,000
Long-term debt (12% interest rate) 125,000  
8% Preferred stocks, $100 par value 225,000 225,000
Total Stockholders' equity 600,000 550,000
Net Income (after tax of 30%) 70,000 550,000

What is the return on average total assets?

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The company's net sales for 200B was

The following information pertains to Cenon Company for 200B:

Accounts receivable, January 1, 200B 8,000
Accounts receivable, December 31, 200B 9,600
Net Cash Sales 3,200
Accounts Receivable turnover for 200B 5 times

 

The company's net sales for 200B was

a. 47,200

b. 88,000

c. 51,200

d. 48,000

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The company's merchandise inventory turnover for 200B was

The following information pertains to Batalla Company for 200B:

Inventory at December 31, 200B 16,000
Purchases of merchandise, all on credit 72,000
Cost of goods sold 80,000

The company's merchandise inventory turnover for 200B was 

a. 4.0 months

b. 10.0 times

c. 4.0 times

d. 3.60 months

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The three balls each weigh 0.5 lb and have a coefficient of restitution of e = 0.85.

The three balls each weigh 0.5 lb and have a coefficient of restitution of e = 0.85. If ball A is released from rest and strikes ball B and then ball B strikes ball C, determine the velocity of each ball after the second collision has occurred. The balls slide without friction.

 

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A 0.6-kg brick is thrown into a 25-kg wagon which is initially at rest

A 0.6-kg brick is thrown into a 25-kg wagon which is initially at rest. If, upon entering, the brick has a velocity of 10 m/s as shown, determine the final velocity of the wagon.

 

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Knowing that at the instant shown the angular velocity of rod BE is 4 rad/s counterclockwise

Knowing that at the instant shown the angular velocity of rod BE is 4 rad/s counterclockwise, determine (a) the angular velocity of rod AD, (b) the velocity of collar D, (c) the velocity of point A.

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In what direction and through what potential difference Vb-Va does the particle move?

A particle with charge 3.20×1019 C is placed on the x-axis in a region where the electric potential due to other charges increases in the +x direction but does not change in the y or z-direction.

Part A:
The particle, initially at rest, is acted upon only by the electric force and moves from point a to point b along the x-axis, increasing its kinetic energy by 1.60×1019J. In what direction and through what potential difference Vb-Va does the particle move?

a. The particle moves to the left through a potential difference of Vb-Va = 0.500 V.
b. The particle moves to the left through a potential difference of Vb-Va = -0.500 V
c. The particle moves to the right through a potential difference of Vb-Va = 0.500 V.
d. The particle moves to the right through a potential difference of Vb-Va = -0.500 V.
e. The particle moves to the left through a potential difference of Vb-Va = 5.00 V.
f. The particle moves to the right through a potential difference of Vb-Va = -5.00 V.

Part B:
If the particle moves from point b to point c in the y-direction, what is the change in its potential energy, Vc-Vb?

a. + 1.60×1019J
b. - 1.60×1019J
c. 0

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An electron leaves the surface of the cathode with zero initial speed v(initial) = 0). Find its speed v(final) when it strikes the anode.

Suppose a diode consists of a cylindrical cathode with a radius of 6.200×10-2 cm, mounted coaxially within a cylindrical anode with a radius of 0.5580 cm. The potential difference between the anode and cathode is 275 V. An electron leaves the surface of the cathode with zero initial speed v(initial) = 0). Find its speed v(final) when it strikes the anode.

 

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A +7.50 μC point charge is sitting at the origin.

A +7.50 μC point charge is sitting at the origin.

What is the radial distance between the 500 V equipotential surface and the 1000 V surface?

What is the distance between the 1000 V surface and the 1500 V surface?

 

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A parallel-plate vacuum capacitor has 7.64 J of energy stored in it.

A parallel-plate vacuum capacitor has 7.64 J of energy stored in it. The separation between the plates is 2.30 mm. If the separation is decreased to 1.30 mm,
a) what is the energy now stored if the capacitor was disconnected from the potential source before the separation of the plates was changed?
b) What is the energy now stored if the capacitor remained connected to the potential source while the separation of the plates was changed?

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In Fig. 24.23, each capacitor has C = 4.90 µF, and Vab = +34.0 V.

In Fig. 24.23, each capacitor has C = 4.90 µF, and Vab = +34.0 V.


Figure 24.23

(a) Calculate the charge on each capacitor.
Q1 = ___ C Q2 =___ C
Q3 =___ C Q4 =___ C
(b) Calculate the potential difference across each capacitor.
V1 = ___ V V2 = ___V
V3 = ___V V4 = ___V
(c) Calculate the potential difference between points a and d.
____V

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Find the energy U0 stored in the capacitor. Express your answer in terms of A, d, V, and ϵ0.

Part A

Find the energy U0 stored in the capacitor. Express your answer in terms of A, d, V, and ϵ0. Remember to enter ϵ0 as epsilon0.

Part B

The capacitor is now disconnected from the battery, and the plates of the capacitor are then slowly pulled apart until the separation reaches 3d. Find the new energy U1 of the capacitor after this process.

Express your answer in terms of A, d, V, and ϵ0.

Part C

The capacitor is now reconnected to the battery, and the plate separation is restored to d. A dielectric plate is slowly moved into the capacitor until the entire space between the plates is filled. Find the energy U2 of the dielectric-filled capacitor. The capacitor remains connected to the battery. The dielectric constant is K.

Express your answer in terms of A, d, V, K, and ϵ0.

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