Calculate the following: a) Break-even volume in CD units and dollars; b) Net profit if 1 million CDs are sold; c) Necessary CD unit volume to achieve a $500,000 profit. You are required to submit your typewritten answer to the assigned questions in the Isidore Assignments tool. Due: 5pm Friday Sept. 20, 2013 Zhibo Wang 1. Answer: Before installing a filter, bottles of wine sold=( 102,400+200,000)/(12-2.14)=30670 After installing a filter, the fixed cost increases 30,000. Bottles of wine sold=(102,400+200,000+30,000)/(12-2.14)=33712.
Morning Blend includes 25% Brazilian, 30% Tanzanian, and 45% Guatemalan, while Study Break is a blend of 55% Brazilian, 15% Tanzanian, and 30% Guatemalan. The shop sells one and a half times more Morning Blend than Study Break each day. Morning Blend sells for $1.95 per cup, and Study Break sells for $ 1.70 per cup. The manager wants to know the number of cups of each blend to sell each day in order to maximize sales. 1.
We created the following examples to show how WACC could potentially influence Marriott’s financial decisions: Suppose Marriott is taking on a project that requires a $100,000 initial investment, which produces cash inflows of $20,000 per year for 10 years. If we use Marriott’s current WACC of 9.29% the project would produce an NPV of $26,730. If we use the Target WACC, 10.24% for Marriott the NPV would be $21,634. Deciding based on the assumption of an NPV of $26K but it will actually achieve a NPV of $21K. Management will have to explain to shareholders why they were unsuccessful in achieving increased shareholder value.
Even though wine is produced virtually everywhere in the U.S. the wine producers in California have the largest economic impact of $30 billion. Wine sales have risen in the last ten years from 11.7 billion dollars to 19 billion dollars. Technological impacts have allowed winemakers to help control the quality of the wine from the vine to the liquor store. 1. Description of the Industry Wine differs by what kinds of grapes are used and what type of flavoring is added.
CASE STUDY MRKG 2374 Marketing Case Studies “Ebay” 3/10/2012 Define the Issue: The problems with disappointed buyers complaining about issues with transaction, refunds, shipping and customer service. History & Background: Ebay was founded in Pierre Omidyar's San Jose living room back in September 1995. In September of 1998 eBay has its initial public stock offering. In July of 2000, a rare baseball card sold for 1.2 million dollars. This was the highest paying auction in eBay's history up until that point.
You will have time before each section to read the questions, and time at the end of each section to complete your answers. You will have 10 minutes at the end of the test in which to transfer all of your answers to the answer sheet. You will need to work at speed during parts of the test and should highlight and make rough notes on the question paper as you listen but these will not be marked. All answers must be transferred to the separate answer sheets. June 2005.
What they did to get permission was they lied. They said that they were expecting 50,000 people, when actually they had over 150,000 people come. The good thing was they actually managed to find enough land. Woodstock was great in every way, mainly the music. Michael Lang was in charge of Woodstock; including gathering all the musicians such as, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Joe Cocker, Janis Joplin, Creedence Clearwater, Canned Heat, The Who, and Crosby Stills and Nash.
Lenny's, a national restaurant chain, conducted a study of the factors affecting demand (sales). The following variables were defined and measured for a random sample of 30 of its restaurants: Y | = Annual restaurant sales ($000) | X1 | = Disposable personal income (per capita) of residents within 5 mile radius | X2 | = License to sell beer/wine (0 = No, 1 = Yes) | X3 | = Location (within one-half mile of interstate highway--0 = No, 1 = Yes) | X4 | = Population (within 5 mile radius) | X5 | = Number of competing restaurants within 2 mile radius | The data were entered into a computerized regression program and the following results were obtained: MULTIPLE R | .889 | R-SQUARE | .79 | STD. ERROR OF EST. | .40 | ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE | | | | | | | DF | Sum Squares | Mean Sqr. | F-Stat | Regression | 5 | 326.13 | 65.226 | 18.17 | Error | 24 | 86.17 | 3.590 | | Total | 29 | 412.30 | | | Variable | Coefficient | Std.
Tipplers on the mainland and in Hong Kong, who are lumped together in a report prepared for international wine show Vinexpo, trail only the US in their willingness to spend US$10 or more on a bottle of wine. The new development comes on the back of a triple-digit percentage growth in the overall mainland wine market, now fifth in the world and its rise to become the top consumer of red wine last year. But the industry expects that growth to be trimmed severely in coming years as the market matures on luxury products. While China including Hong KonG is the fifth largest wine consuming country in the world, the pace of growth has been slowing lately. In 2008-2012 consumption grew by 134.3 per cent but is forecast to grow by 33.8 per cent from 2013-2017.
For the remainder of this essay, steps for teaching these principles as well as examples will be explored, on the basis of teaching ten first graders, who can already rationally count to ten, learn to count rationally to fifteen. Students will be paired for the activities in an attempt to have less advanced students learning from more advanced students. Each pair of students will be given a cup full of 15 rocks from my classroom rock collection and a stack of laminated number cards, containing the numbers 1-15, to work with. The authors of Helping Children Learn Mathematics define one to one correspondence as such: “Each object to be counted must be assigned one and only one number name,” (Reys, et al., 2012, p. 141). To help the students learn this principle I would draw fifteen circles on the board in a straight line and talk to the students about what I am doing as I wrote the numbers 1-15, one under each circle.