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    Acoounting Problems from Textbook

    I am having problems with this question from my Textbook. Managerial Accounting by Needles and Crosson. Here it is: Question 1: Hans Echt is the president of the Ivers Plastics Division of Treat Industries. Management is considering a new product featuring a dashing medieval knight posed on a beautiful horse. Called Charg

    Annual break-even point

    A barber asked me to evaluate his business. He has five barbers working for him. Each barber is paid $4 per hour plus $6 for each haircut and works 40hrs week and a 50-week year. Rent and other fixed expenses ($1,750) per month. What is the contribution margin per haircut? What is the annual break-even point (in number of h

    Managerial Economics

    Dragon, Inc. is a large marketing company that sells recorded DVDs to phone-in customers. Demand for Dragon's products is running ahead of the firm's capacity to process orders so that customers are encountering busy signals when attempting to place telephone orders, and many customers are giving up. Dragon estimates that sales

    Help with accounting and ratio analysis

    I need help with the following problem Can you use Dell 2000 as the company? Obtain an annual report and discuss information sources. If your library has a common stock investment advisory service such as Moody?s Handbook of Common Stocks, Standard and Poor?s Corporation Stock Market Encyclopedia, or Value Line Reports, fin

    Incremental Analysis - Five Independent Parts

    This problem is comprised of five independent parts covering different types of decisions where incremental analysis is appropriate. Show appropriate, labeled calculations in all cases! See the attached file.

    Financial statements and ratios,.,,

    These ratios are to be calculated using the Johnson and Johnson Company 2002 annual financial report. Below it a website that has the data. Cash flow to total liabilities ratio and Return to net operating ratio. http://www.reportgallery.com/new-look/home.htm

    The Varihary Company manufactures 2 products Sintax and Gremmer, Which sells for $10 and 15 respectively. a.Calculate the number of units of Sintax and Gremmer sold during the year ended 30 September 2002. b.Calculate the contribution to Sales ratio for each product for the year ended 30 September 2002. c.Calculate the contribution to sales ratio for the company for the year ended 30 September 2002

    The Varihary Company manufactures 2 products Sintax and Gremmer, Which sells for $10 and 15 respectively. The following figures apply to the year ended 30September 2002 Sintax Gremmer Sales $90000 $30000 Variable cost per unit $6 $12 a.Calculate the number of units of Sintax and Gremmer sold during the year ended 30 S

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