Review your organization Toyota and its treatment of allocated costs. Retrieve any report in the organization that allocates common costs to a division, product, or service. Recast that report with unallocated costs and comment on the usefulness of that revised report. If you cannot identify specific actual amounts, make
Constructing Networks 1. Scheduled completion of the project 2. Critical path of the project 3. EST, LST, EF and LF for activities 4. Float for activities 5. Scheduled completion time for project
Please view the attached pdf and complete a network diagram and respond to the questions. 1. Scheduled completion of the project 2. Critical path of the project 3. EST, LST, EF and LF for activities 4. Float for activities 5. Scheduled completion time for project
please help with the following questions. 1. You are to choose between receiving $909 today or $1,000 in 12 months' time. Assuming interest rate of 10 per cent and rounding off the dollar, should you be indifferent between the two options? Why or why not? What does this tell you about the relationship between $1 today and $
A collection of all state probabilities for a given system at any given period of time is called the transition probabilities. vector of state probabilities. fundamental matrix. equilibrium condition.
1. Which of the following are synonyms? Hungarian method, Flood's technique, and reduced matrix method Hungarian method, MODI, and Vogel's approximation method northwest corner rule, MODI, and reduced matrix method stepping-stone method, reduced matrix method, and northwest corner rule 2. A model containing a line
When a conflict exists between management and shareholders, who should win? Why?
Quality at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company The name alone evokes images of luxury and quality. As the first hotel company to win the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the Ritz treats quality as if were the heartbeat of the company. This means a daily commitment to meeting customer expectations and making sure that each
How do we calculate the mean of a set of data? What do we have to do first before we can determine the standard deviation of a set of data? (What other values do we need first?) What is the shape of a normal frequency distribution's graph? What is the common term for the standardized score of a normal curve? Define
For Nolte Company, the budgeted cost for one unit of product is direct materials $10, direct labor $20 and manufacturing overhead 90% of direct labor cost. If 25,000 units are expected to be sold at $69 each, what is the budgeted gross profit?
Please give your opinion on the following article: There were an estimated 6,356,000 car accidents in the US in 2000. There were about 3.2 million injuries and 35,875 people were killed in auto accidents in 2000 based on data collected by the Federal Highway Administration. There were an estimated 6,289,000 police-reported
Christine Yamaguchi is the manager of the A-to-Z Office Supply Company in Charlotte. The company attempts to gain an advantage over its competitors by providing quality customer service, which includes prompt delivery of orders by truck or van and always being able to meet customer demand from its stock. In order to achieve th
In a Word document, upload your answers to the following questions below. Very importantly - show all your work. If your final answer is wrong, you can still receive partial credit if you show all of your steps and demonstrate a good understanding of the time value of money. 1. In two to three paragraphs, explain why the co
Go to the Internet and locate a journal article that describes an observational study. Explain how it was done using the terminology in Chapter 5 of the Seeing Through Statistics, 3rd Edition textbook and whether you agree with the conclusions drawn by the author(s) of the article. Example: Hello! My son did a science ex
Read the scenario attached. The data given: Suppose 200 men and 200 women participate in a study and 280 report they prefer plain water. Of the participants preferring a sports drink, 80 were men and 40 were women. Find the various probabilities under a - f (omit g) below. a. What is the probability that a person p
Twin Oaks Health Center has a bond issue outstanding with a coupon rate of 7 percent and four years remaining until maturity. The par value of the bond is $1,000, and the bond pays interest annually. a. Determine the current value of the bond if present market conditions justify a 14 percent required rate of return.
Linear programing modeling . Please help with review questions. 1. A furniture manufacturer produces three products, desks, tables, and chairs. These products can be produced during either the morning shift or the evening shift. The morning shift has a labor cost of $20 per hour with a maximum availability of 20,000 hours. The
The physician may want to view the following documentation: Administrative Data-entails the patient's confidential personal information such as contact information, insurance, and anything that would validate the patients true identity. As a result of seeing a wide array of patients, physicians, nurses, etc. want to make sure that there are no mix-ups with placing the wrong chart with the wrong patient. History and Physical report-this consists of a collection of information that includes a detailed account of the patients' past and present illnesses. This section would also include diagnoses of current problematic symptoms. Progress Notes-This segment of the hospitalized chart would include new developments in the patients' condition. The physician will monitor the patients' progress after the lab results, and additional tests have been analyzed. Nurse Notes-Monitor of the patients' daily routine, nutrition, and or vital statistics. In this section a nurse may make recommendations for the attending physician (Novak & Davis, 2004). These notes would include a patients' blood panel, and information regarding which cells are active in the patient and which cells are depleting. Lab Results-would include a comparison of white blood count (WBC) to red blood cells (RBC), whether the patients' blood count are normal or abnormal. The lab test would include, PT, PTT, CBC, RBC, (Cultures) Urinalysis, Stool, Hct, et cetera. These results would identify any bacteria, diseases, infections, or any abnormalities in the blood and/or urine. Radiology Reports-CT's, MRI's, and X-Ray's. Each report identifies issues that may arise within the musculoskeletal system. Physicians Orders-abbreviated notes of instruction of what the physician concluded would be the best method of treatment, it would also include medication prescribed and the times of day the patient is required to take medication.
The physician may want to view the following documentation: Administrative Data-entails the patient's confidential personal information such as contact information, insurance, and anything that would validate the patients true identity. As a result of seeing a wide array of patients, physicians, nurses, etc. want to make sur
Introduction The health care professionals of an acute care facility must encompass exclusive comprehensive medical treatment that is otherwise inaccessible from other organizations that may lack the funding necessary to conduct adequate research needed to continuously develop additional treatments to reduce the severity of cardiac arrest and/or cancer complications. The organization that comes to mind is University Medical Center (UMC), this hospital is somewhat of an educational hospital in which case physicians, nurses, and medical administration are actively utilizing today's technological advancements and statistical research to determine which methods will further enhance the organizations objective of applying exceptional health care procedures with satisfactory results. Identify the professional hospital personnel likely to be interacting with cardiac surgery or cancer patients. At UMC, patients who may need developmental treatment and/or follow-up treatment may need a trauma support staff that may sympathize with what the patients are going through. UMC has integrated the following methods of mediation for cancer, and cardiac diseases such as; Alternative Therapy for living with cancer (and other disease) (UMC, 2009); disease control management; and preventative screening procedures.
Introduction The health care professionals of an acute care facility must encompass exclusive comprehensive medical treatment that is otherwise inaccessible from other organizations that may lack the funding necessary to conduct adequate research needed to continuously develop additional treatments to reduce the severity of c
An analyst has modeled the stock of Crisp Trucking using a two-factor APT model. The risk-free rate is 6%, the expected return on the first factor (r1) is 12%, and the expected return on the second factor (r2) is 8%. If bi1 = 0.7 and bi2 = 0.9, what is Crisp's required return?
1-Match correct sequence. Select A,B,C,D, or E 1. Your company is bidding to supply towels to a government agency where the supplier with the lowest bid will win the contract. The cost of the contract is estimated to be $136,000, which the company increases by 15% to provide for profit. You have estimated that the competitor's
A private high school hires a new Superintendent, George Forester. The school is owned by a local Lutheran Church and is run by a board of directors chosen by church members. Supt. Forester shows up for his first day of work, and sends a memo via intercompany mail to all teachers: Dear Staff: There is a new Sheriff in town -
What is the probability that you will receive an "A" grade? Explain the factors you have used in arriving at this probability assessment. Do you believe that all students in your class will arrive at the same probability assessment that you have? Why or why not? Explain what is meant by subjective probability. Research t
Statistics: Characteristics of central limit theorm and expalination of intervals & estimation of sample sizes
Why do so many of life's events share the same characteristics as the central limit theorem? Why are estimations and confidence intervals important? When might systematic sampling be biased? Explain. What roles do confidence intervals and estimation play in the selection of sample size? The response addresses the queries post
Need help with these two questions:can anyone help me solve these two questions 1.You have been asked to ship a package from Pennsylvania to California. You need to get it there in 2 days, heads will roll if it is late.You call 2 carriers, and ask them what their average transit time is to California. Carrier A says they a
In describing the relationship of affirmative action and descriptive statistics, I said, "Affirmative action is the legal enforcement of policies, descriptive statistics is specific descriptive data derived from research. The relationship of the two, or the association, is descriptive statistics is the groundwork base for the af
Red River Farm Machine makes a wide variety of products, all of which must be processed in the cutting and Assembly departments. For the year 2010, Red River budgeted total overhead of $993,000, of which $385,500 will be incurred in cutting and the remainder will be incurred in Assembly. Budgeted direct labor and machine hours a
1. What is the main difference between descriptive and inferential statistics. Give a brief example of each. 2. Under what circumstances is the mean the best measure of central tendency? When is the median the best measure? Give some examples of applications to back up your thoughts.
1. How do you think efficient market hypothesis should impact the drafting of accounting standard 2. Does accounting really have predicting power?
The following table represents gas well completions during 1986 in North and South America. D D' Dry Not Dry N North America 14,131 31,575 45,706 N′ South America 404 2,563 2,967 14,535 34,138 48,673 a. Draw a Venn diagram that summarizes the information in the table.
Do children have an understanding of negative numbers? If so, what is their understanding? If not, how might you help them develop an understanding of negative numbers?
Using 2000 as the base period, construct a leading economic indicator for 2005, and interpret your leading index.
The index of leading economic indicators, compiled and published by the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research, is composed of 12 time series, such as the average work hours of production in manufacturing, manufacturers' new orders, and money supply. This index and similar indexes are designed to move up or down before the ec