For this question, one of the first concepts that must be understood before proceeding is that of contribution and how it is calculated - since in order to calculate the relative profitability of the three services given the shortage of labour we have to first find the contribution for one unit of each service (i.e. alpha, beta and gamma); followed by the contribution per £1 of labour.

In cost volume profit analysis, contribution is defined as the amount remaining from sales revenue after variable expenses have been deducted. It is the amount available to cover fixed expenses and then to provide profits for the period. (Source: http://www.accountingformanagement.com/cost_volume_profit_analysis.htm) Contribution is ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides you a contribution margin statement which shows the greatest profit availabel of the three companies, Alpha, Beta and Gamma. It also tells the steps that should be taken by the business in order to improve profitability in light of the labour shortage.

Please see the attached problem. I have attached some notes in case these are needed.
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Proposition 2.7.9: For any pair of ordinals alpha andbeta such that alpha <= beta, there is a unique ordinal gamma such that alpha + gamma = beta, so we can wr

An electron moving in the positive x-direction is characterized by GAMMA = 1000 andBETA = 1 - 5 x 10^-7 which for this problem you can take as 1. A photon of energy hν, traveling at 45 degrees with respect to the x axis collides with the electron. The collision results in the creation of an electron-positron pair plus an

Let P be the set of all polynomials. Show that P, with the usual addition and scalar multiplication of functions, forms a vector space.
I'm just no good at proofs. I know we are supposed to go through and prove the Vector Space Axioms and the C1 and C2 closure properties. I just don't think I'm doing it successfully. I'm just

9-A1, 9-A2, and 10-A1 attached.
Responsibility of a Purchasing Agent
Contribution Approach to Responsibility Accounting
ROI and Economic Profit Calculations

1. Let f : X -> Y and g : Y -> Z be mappings.
(1) Show that if f and g are both injective, then so is g o f : X -> Z
(2) Show that if f and g are both surjective, then so is g o f : X -> Z.
2. Let alpha = 1 2 3 4 5 andBeta = 1 2 3 4 5
3 5 1 2 4 3 2 4 5 1 .

Consider the following function main:
int main ()
{
Int inStock [10] [4];
Int alpha [20];
Int beta [20];
Int gamma [4] = {11, 13, 15, 17};
Int delta [10] = {3, 5, 2, 6, 10, 9, 7, 11, 1, 8};
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}
a) Write the definition of the function setZero that initializes any one-dimensional array of type int to 0.

Suppose that the enthalpy of some substance over a large temperature range can be expressed as a function of the temperature (where alpha,betaandgamma are constants):
H =alpha*ln(T) + ln(gamma) + beta/T^2
a) What is the heat capacity of this substance at constant pressure?
b) You begin with two samples each contai

A steel contains 55% alpha-ferrite and 45% gamma-ferrite or austenite at 750 degrees Celsius. What is the carbon content of steel?
a) 0.25%
b) 0.5%
c) 0.28%
****This is how the problem was written however I'm not sure if it makes sense that 55% and 45% are supposed to be 0.55% and 0.45%**** My guess at the answer is (