The answer to ur question is merit based
answer; i believe that (pastoral society) is the correct answer;
Ithink the answer is b
Business, 21.06.2019 13:20, maytce7237
If the supply of aisle seats and middle seats on an airplane is the same, but the demand for aisle seats is greater than the demand for middle seats, then the equilibrium price of aisle seats will be less than the equilibrium price of middle seats. true false
Business, 22.06.2019 01:50, Kana81
You are an employee of an u. s. firm that produces personal computers in thailand and then exports them to the united states and other countries for sale. the personal computers were originally produced in thailand to take advantage of relatively low labor costs and a skilled workforce. other possible locations considered at that time were malaysia and hong kong. the u. s. government decides to impose punitive 100% ad valorem tariffs on imports of computers from thailand to punish the country for administrative trade barriers that restrict u. s. exports to thailand. how do you think your firm should respond? what does this tell you about the use of targeted trade barriers?
Business, 22.06.2019 05:00, leonidas117
Which of the following differentiates cost accounting and financial accounting? a. the primary users of cost accounting are the investors, whereas the primary users of financial accounting are the managers. b. cost accounting measures only the financial information related to the costs of acquiring fixed assets in an organization, whereas financial accounting measures financial and nonfinancial information of a company's business transactions. c. cost accounting measures information related to the costs of acquiring or using resources in an organization, whereas financial accounting measures a financial position of a company to investors, banks, and external parties. d. cost accounting deals with product design, production, and marketing strategies, whereas financial accounting deals mainly with pricing of the products.
Business, 22.06.2019 07:30, 2016gbryant
Jordan, inc. sells fireworks. the company’s marketing director developed the following cost of goods sold budget for april, may, june, and july. april may june july budgeted cost of goods sold $62,000 $72,000 $82,000 $88,000 jordan had a beginning inventory balance of $3,000 on april 1 and a beginning balance in accounts payable of $14,600. the company desires to maintain an ending inventory balance equal to 15 percent of the next period’s cost of goods sold. jordan makes all purchases on account. the company pays 65 percent of accounts payable in the month of purchase and the remaining 35 percent in the month following purchase. required prepare an inventory purchases budget for april, may, and june. determine the amount of ending inventory jordan will report on the end-of-quarter pro forma balance sheet. prepare a schedule of cash payments for inventory for april, may, and june. determine the balance in accounts payable jordan will report on the end-of-quarter pro forma balance sheet.
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History, 02.07.2019 21:30