Calculate the mass of the liquid for each trial. (Subtract the mass of the empty graduated cylinder from the mass of the graduated cylinder with liquid.) * Trial 1 35.46-25.3=10.16 * Trial 2 36.01-25.39=10.62 * Trial 3: 36.41-26.03=10.38 2. Calculate the density of the unknown liquid for each trial. (Divide the mass of the liquid calculated above by the volume of the liquid.)
Pick any two problems and factor each perfect square trinomial. a. x2+4x+4 b. x2–10x+25 c. 25x2+10x+1 d. 64x2–16x+1 5. Rational Expressions: Often we use rational expressions to evaluate the cost of a service. Pomper Demolition Service can estimate the cost of removing a percentage of debris after the demolition of a building. They use the following expression, where “x” is the percentage of debris cleaned up.
1 out of 1.00 point The following journal entry would be made in a processing costing system when units that have been completed with respect to the work done in Processing Department Z are transferred from Processing Department Z to Processing Department Y: True False In a process costing system, overhead costs are traced to units of product as they are incurred. True False A process cost system would be used to account for the cost of manufacturing an oil tanker. True False A process costing system would be best suited for production of a large quantity of a homogeneous product. True False In process costing, costs are accumulated in processing departments, rather than by job. True False The job cost sheet is used in both job-order and process costing.
Costing Model: There are two costing models that can be used to allocate costs: traditional costing and activity based costing. Both costing models allocate direct material costs, direct labor costs and manufacturing overhead costs to the products being manufactured. However, the difference between the two models involves how the manufacturing overhead costs are allocated. Traditional costing allocates overhead costs to the products manufactured on the either direct labor hours, number of units produced, or machine hours used in production. The traditional costing method lumps all overhead costs into a single pool and allocates those costs across all products produced based on one of the three cost drivers (direct labor hours, number of units produced, or machine hours).
Type of Production | Production Alternatives | | A | B | C | D | E | Trucks | 0 | 2 | 4 | 6 | 8 | Cars | 30 | 27 | 21 | 12 | 0 | There would be 4.5 cars; .33 trucks, as determined from the table. An increasing opportunity costs are reflected in the concave from the origin shape of the curve. Meaning that the economy must give up larger and larger amounts of rockets to get a constant added amounts of trucks and vice versa. Therefore the economy is underutilizing all of its available resources. Causing the assumption of full employment to have been violated.
Moreover, Small Fries Inc. should not report the repairs and maintenance in their balance sheet as aggregate cost but instead designated the expense to each facility as each expense is incurred. According to 210-10-S99 SEC materials, Accumulated depreciation, depletion, and amortization of property, plant and equipment. The amount is to be set forth separately in the balance sheet or in a note thereto. It should be recorded in the year when it is happening and make notes to the financial statement to that
How deep must the cable be buried? It must be 42 inches under the top of the pavement. 6. What are the exact detailed compaction requirements as listed in the manual provided by the city for restoration of any surface that is trenched? The backfill material needs to be compacted in lifts of loose depth that does not exceeding 8 inches and compacted to at least 95% of Standard Proctor Density at optimum moisture content, +/- two percentage points, as determined by ASTM D698 or provide the City with suitable advanced technology compaction testing methods, as approved by the Director 7.
CH 5 1) Flow of physical units, compute output in terms of equivalent units 2) Fill in the time line for the blending department, summarize the physical flow of units and compute total equivalent units for direct materials and for conversion costs, assign total costs to units, what is the average cost per gallon transferred our of the blending department to the packaging department> why would paint by numbers managers want to know this cost? 3) 4) compute the equivalent units for transferred in costs, direct materials, and conversion costs for both mixing and heating departments 5- summarize flow of physical units and compute total equivalent units for three cost categories: transferred in direct materials, and conversion costs, summarize total costs to account for and compute the cost per equivalent unit for each category, assign total costs to units completed and transferred to finished goods inventory and units in December 31 work in process inventory CH 6 1- Fixed, step, mixed, curvilinear, variable graphs 3 complete the schedule below for the three volumes shown, why does the average cost per garment change, suppose the owner dan preston, erroneously uses the average cost per units at full capacity to predict total cost at a volume of 4500 garments would he overestimate or underestimate his total costs? By how much 4- income statement using traditional format, contribution margin income statement 5- variable utilities cost per machine house (high-low method), fixed cost of utilities each month, total cost 6- total cost, total cost are fixed, what is the variable cost of producing each mailbox, cost equation, average cost per unit to predict total costs what would the forecast be for 1700 mailboxes, cost equation to predict total costs what would the forecast be for 1700 mailboxes, dollar difference between your answers 7- high low
CIVL 394 Earthworks Report Rhys Horsley - 3670946 William Tapia – 3638960 Daniel Roy – 3882810 Scott Papworth – 3457916 September 21st 2012 List of Tables Table 1: Scrapers Required for Scenario 1 7 Table 2: Dozer Types 7 Table 3: Hire Rates for Scenario 1 8 Table 4: Excavator summary for Scenario 2 10 Table 5: Dump Truck Specifications 11 Table 6: Hire Rates for Scenario 2 12 Table 7: Hire Rates for Scenario 3 14 Table 8: Dozer Production 15 Table 9: Loader Production Rates 16 Table 10: Hire Rates for Scenario 4 17 Table 11: Roller Production and Cost 18 List of Figures Figure 1: Table 4-7 from Construction Methods and Management - S.W. Nunnally 6 Figure 2: Table 4-8 from Construction Methods and Management - S.W. Nunnally 8 Figure 3: Cat dump truck travel speeds 11 Figure 4: Komatsu Dump truck travel speeds 11 Figure 5: Table 4-5 from Construction Methods and Management - S.W. Nunnally 15 Figure 6: Table 4-4 from Construction Methods and Management - S.W. Nunnally 15 Figure 7: Table 4-6 from Construction Methods and Management - S.W.
| ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS: SPILL RESPONSE AND CONTAINMENT | | EENG 8282: ASSIGNMENT 2 | | ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS: SPILL RESPONSE AND CONTAINMENT | | EENG 8282: ASSIGNMENT 2 | vanbeelay inc. March 19, 2014 Bing Miao, A00583586 vanbeelay inc. March 19, 2014 Bing Miao, A00583586 PART 1: TARGET IMPLEMENTATION Target selection: The following priority aspect was selected from EENG 828, Assignment 1: Aspects, Impacts, Objectives and Targets; for further implementation: Activity | Aspect | Impact | Objective | Target | Shipping/Receiving | Maintenance and fueling of delivery vehicles | Environmental contamination from spills of diesel fuel and motor oil | Reduce the number, and severity of incidents | Implement