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Business, 21.06.2019 19:10, xojade
Maldonia has a comparative advantage in the production of , while lamponia has a comparative advantage in the production of . suppose that maldonia and lamponia specialize in the production of the goods in which each has a comparative advantage. after specialization, the two countries can produce a total of million pounds of lemons and million pounds of coffee.
Business, 21.06.2019 20:40, Kjcampbell2
Evelyn hardy is an employee of polyent plastics, a company with headquarters in rock island, illinois. she lives and works in doha, qatar, and earns an annual salary of $97,300. the company has been withholding u. s. federal income taxes from her pay, but evelyn believes that she should be exempt because she is an expatriate. what course of action should evelyn take?
Business, 21.06.2019 21:20, ninilizovtskt
“wonderful! not only did our salespeople do a good job in meeting the sales budget this year, but our production people did a good job in controlling costs as well,” said kim clark, president of martell company. “our $11,150 overall manufacturing cost variance is only 3% of the $1,536,000 standard cost of products made during the year. that’s well within the 3% parameter set by management for acceptable variances. it looks like everyone will be in line for a bonus this year.” the company produces and sells a single product. the standard cost card for the product follows: standard cost card—per unit direct materials, 4.00 feet at $4.00 per foot $ 16.00 direct labor, 1.1 direct labor-hours at $13 per direct labor-hour 14.30 variable overhead, 1.1 direct labor-hours at $2.40 per direct labor-hour 2.64 fixed overhead, 1.1 direct labor-hours at $6.50 per direct labor-hour 7.15 standard cost per unit $ 40.09the following additional information is available for the year just completed: a. the company manufactured 20,000 units of product during the year. b. a total of 77,000 feet of material was purchased during the year at a cost of $4.25 per foot. all of this material was used to manufacture the 20,000 units. there were no beginning or ending inventories for the year. c. the company worked 24,000 direct labor-hours during the year at a direct labor cost of $12.50 per hour. d. overhead is applied to products on the basis of standard direct labor-hours. data relating to manufacturing overhead costs follow: denominator activity level (direct labor-hours) 19,000 budgeted fixed overhead costs $ 123,500 actual variable overhead costs incurred $ 64,800 actual fixed overhead costs incurred $ 120,900required: 1. compute the materials price and quantity variances for the year. (round standard price and actual price to 2 decimal places. indicate the effect of each variance by selecting "f" for favorable, "u" for unfavorable, and "none" for no effect (i. e., zero 2. compute the labor rate and efficiency variances for the year. (round standard rate and actual rate to 2 decimal places. indicate the effect of each variance by selecting "f" for favorable, "u" for unfavorable, and "none" for no effect (i. e., zero 3. for manufacturing overhead compute: a. the variable overhead rate and efficiency variances for the year. (round standard rate and actual rate to 2 decimal places. indicate the effect of each variance by selecting "f" for favorable, "u" for unfavorable, and "none" for no effect (i. e., zero b. the fixed overhead budget and volume variances for the year. (indicate the effect of each variance by selecting "f" for favorable, "u" for unfavorable, and "none" for no effect (i. e., zero
Business, 22.06.2019 02:30, chloesmolinski0909
You have learned that there are many ethical concerns surrounding genetic research, and it's important to be familiar with them. for this project, you will write a persuasive essay about an ethical question in biotechnology. directions the goal of a persuasive essay is to convince people to agree with you. it is important to support your opinion with facts. a persuasive essay is not simply a description of your beliefs. be sure to organize your information, give clear examples, and build your argument carefully. read the following genetics topics below. choose a topic and then decide what side you are on. remember that there is no "right" or "wrong" side. ethical questions often have many points of view. research your topic and write a 400 word persuasive essay. topic 1: should insurance companies have the right to learn the genetic profiles of the people they insure? topic 2: should employers have the right to learn the genetic profiles of the people they hire? are there special considerations for employees in jobs in which there is a high risk to others, such as airline pilots, doctors, or bus drivers? topic 3: should scientists who identify genes and create new genetic engineering techniques have the right to patent their methods for their own profit?
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