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Mr. pines thought ms. smith was the ideal employee. smith was an impressive person and attended all social functions of the company. however, during the past year she had trouble meeting sales quotas. nevertheless, on her performance appraisal, pines rated smith as one of the top salespeople. on hearing this, other salespeople complained that pines must guard against ____ in rating smith.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 02:29 AM The answer in the space provided is that Pines must guard against overemphasizing issues in which are not completely unjust for he only has a handful of facts of picking his ideal employee when he does not know the rest of the …

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A company is setting its direct materials and direct labor standards for its leading product. Direct material costs from the supplier are​ $7 per square​ foot, net of purchase discount.​ Freight-in amounts to​ $0.10 per square foot. Basic wages of the assembly line personnel are​ $19 per hour. Payroll taxes are approximately​ 25% of wages. How much is the direct labor cost standard per​ hour

The formula for calculating the direct labor standard is: Direct labor standard = Basic wages + Payroll tax or Direct labor standard = Basic wages + 25% of Basic wages   Substituting the given values into the equation: Direct labor standard = $19 + 0.25 * $19 Direct labor standard …

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For jacobs company, the predetermined overhead rate is 70% of direct labor cost. during the month, $600,000 of factory labor costs are incurred of which $140,000 is indirect labor. actual overhead incurred was $320,000. the amount of overhead debited to work in process inventory should be:

First find the amount of direct labor cost by subtracting the amount of indirect labor cost from the amount of factory labor costDirect labor cost is600,000−140,000=460,000 The amount of overhead debited to work in process inventory should be460,000×0.7=322,000 Answer 322000

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The company also discovered that it costs $29. to produce 2 widgets, $115 to produce 4 widgets, and $757 to produce 10 find the total cost of producing 2 widgets

The company also discovered that it costs $29. to produce 2 widgets, $115 to produce 4 widgets, and $757 to produce 10 find the total cost of producing 2 widgets

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Oscar Corporation is planning to construct an elliptical gate at its headquarters. The width of the ellipse will be 5 feet across and its maximum height along the center will be 3 feet. The company wants to place two bright spots at the foci of the ellipse. How far from the center of the ellipse will the spots be located?

Draw the elliptical gate and show the foci, the width, and height as in the figure below.Note thata = 5 ft, the widthb = 3 ft, the height The center is at (0,0).The foci are at (c, 0) and at (-c, 0). The foci are related to a and b …

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Rosalind company reported revenues of $111,500, expenses of $92,545, and net income of $18,955 for the year. assets totaled $200,000 at the beginning of the year and $246,000 at the end of the year. the company's return on assets for the year (round the percent to one decimal) is

Rosalind company reported revenues of $111,500, expenses of $92,545, and net income of $18,955 for the year. assets totaled $200,000 at the beginning of the year and $246,000 at the end of the year. the company’s return on assets for the year (round the percent to one decimal) is

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A share of stock in the Lofty Cheese Company is quoted at 251/4. Suppose you hold 30 shares of that stock, which you bought at 201/4. If you sell your stock at 251/4, which one of the following statements would be true?

A share of stock in the Lofty Cheese Company is quoted at 251/4. Suppose you hold 30 shares of that stock, which you bought at 201/4. If you sell your stock at 251/4, which one of the following statements would be true?

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A manufacturing company hired 30 new employees. This hiring increased the company’s total workforce by 5%. How many employees now work at this company?

We can solve this problem by using the formula: 1 + fractional increase = (original employees + new employees) / original employees Lets say, x = original employees Therefore substituting the known values: 1 + 0.05 = (x + 30) / x 1.05 x = x + 30 0.05 x …

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The profit a company makes from producing x tabletops is modeled by the equation P(x) = 480x – 2x^2. For what number of tabletops does the company make a profit of $0? A. 100 B. 120 C. 240 D. 480

The profit a company makes from producing x tabletops is modeled by the equation P(x) = 480x – 2x^2. For what number of tabletops does the company make a profit of $0? A. 100 B. 120 C. 240 D. 480

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A cereal company claims that the mean weight of the cereal in its packets is at least 14 oz. Assuming that a hypothesis test of the claim has been conducted and that the conclusion is to reject the null hypothesis, state the conclusion in nontechnical terms.

A cereal company claims that the mean weight of the cereal in its packets is at least 14 oz. Assuming that a hypothesis test of the claim has been conducted and that the conclusion is to reject the null hypothesis, state the conclusion in nontechnical terms.

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My grandfather, who lost his short-term memory sometime during the first Eisenhower Administration, calls me into his study because he wants to tell me the story he’s never told anybody before again. . . . My grandfather slams the door and motions me to the chair in front of his desk. I’ll be thirteen in two weeks. “There’s something I want to tell you, son,” he says. “Something I’ve never told anybody. You think you’re ready? You think you’ve got the gumption?” “I think so.” “Think so?” “I know so, sir. I know I’ve got the gumption.” . . . “It was late,” he says. “Someone knocked on my stateroom door. I leaped up. In those days I slept in uniform—shoes, too.” My grandfather smiles. His face is so perfectly round that his smile looks like a gash in a basketball. I smile back. “Don’t smile,” he says. “Just because I’m smiling, don’t assume I couldn’t kill you right now. Know that about a man.” Source: Orner, Peter. “The Raft.” The Atlantic Online. The Atlantic Monthly Company, Apr. 2000. Web. 10 May 2011. Which point of view does the text use?

My grandfather, who lost his short-term memory sometime during the first Eisenhower Administration, calls me into his study because he wants to tell me the story he’s never told anybody before again. . . . My grandfather slams the door and motions me to the chair in front of his …

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A fireworks company has two types of rockets called Zinger 1 and Zinger 2. The polynomial -16t2 + 150t gives the height in feet of Zinger 1 at t seconds after launch. The polynomial -16t2 + 165t gives the height of Zinger 2 at t seconds after launch. If the rockets are launched at the same time and both explode 6 seconds after launch, how much higher is Zinger 2 than Zinger 1 when they explode?

A fireworks company has two types of rockets called Zinger 1 and Zinger 2. The polynomial -16t2 + 150t gives the height in feet of Zinger 1 at t seconds after launch. The polynomial -16t2 + 165t gives the height of Zinger 2 at t seconds after launch. If the …

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The flip flop a lot company makes and sells flip flops they have one linear function that represents the cost of producing flip-flops and another linear function that models how much income they get from those flip-flops describe the key features that will determine if these linear functions ever intercepted

If the linear functions have the same slope but different y-intercepts, they will never intercept. If the If the linear functions have the same slope and the same y-intercet, they are the same line. If the linear functions have different slopes and different y-intercepts, they will intercept. 

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Lisa wants to buy a phone card for $5. Company X charges $0.37 for the first minute and $0.08 for each additional minute. Company Y charges $0.52 for the first minute and $0.14 for each additional minute. If Lisa makes just one call, which phone company gives her more minutes for $5? How many more minutes? a. Company Y; about 29 minutes c. Company X; about 26 minutes b. Company X; about 29 minutes d. Company Y; about 26 minutes

Answer: Option b Step-by-step explanation: Given that Lisa wants to buy a phone card for $5. Company X charges $0.37 for the first minute and $0.08 for each additional minute. ie. for t minutes charges are Company Y charges $0.52 for the first minute and $0.14 for each additional minute. …

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Photo necessities produces camera cases. they have found that the cost c(x) of making x camera cases is a quadratic function in terms of x. a company discover that it cost 27 dollars to produce 2 camera cases, 105 dollars to produce 4 camera cases, and 675 dollars to produce 10 camera cases. find the total cost of producing 5 camera cases

We will usec(x)=ax²+bx+csub the points given when x=2, c(x)=2727=a(2)²+b(2)+c or27=4a+2b+c when x=4, c(x)=105105=a(4)²+b(4)+c105=16a+4b+c when x=10, c(x)=675675=a(10)²+b(10)+c675=100a+10b+c so we gots27=4a+2b+c105=16a+4b+c675=100a+10b+c eliminate c’s from everybodymultiply first equation by -1 and add to 2nd and 3rd equationthe resulting 2nd and 3rd equations are shown below78=12a+2b648=96a+8bmultiply top equation by -4 and add to bottom …

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A fruit company delivers its fruit in two types of boxes: large and small. A delivery of 3 large boxes and 5 small boxes has a total weight of 135 kilograms. A delivery of 9 large boxes and 7 small boxes has a total weight of 279 kilograms. How much does each type of box weigh? Weightofeachlargebox:kilogram(s) ____ Weightofeachsmallbox:kilogram(s)_____

A delivery of 3 large boxes and 5 small boxes has a total weight of 135 kilograms.3l + 5s = 135A delivery of 9 large boxes and 7 small boxes has a total weight of 279 kilograms9l + 7s = 279 Another of the same type of thing, two variables, …

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A party rental company has chairs and tables for rent. The total cost to rent 4 chairs and 8 tables is $89 . The total cost to rent 2 chairs and 3 tables is $34 . What is the cost to rent each chair and each table? Costtorenteachchair:$ Costtorenteachtable:$ i might jsut ask this and leave…unless theres another..

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:11 AM Let C = cost to rent each chairLet T = cost to rent each table 4C + 8T = 732C + 3T = 28 Multiply the 2nd equation by (-2) and then add the equations together   4C + 8T = 73-4C – 6T = -56 2T …

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A party rental company has chairs and tables for rent. The total cost to rent 4 chairs and 8 tables is $89 . The total cost to rent 2 chairs and 3 tables is $34 . What is the cost to rent each chair and each table? Costtorenteachchair:$ Costtorenteachtable:$

A party rental company has chairs and tables for rent. The total cost to rent 4 chairs and 8 tables is $89 . The total cost to rent 2 chairs and 3 tables is $34 . What is the cost to rent each chair and each table? Costtorenteachchair:$ Costtorenteachtable:$

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The Sugar Sweet Company will choose from two companies to transport its sugar to market. The first company charges $4004 to rent trucks plus an additional fee of $50.50 for each ton of sugar. The second company does not charge to rent trucks but charges $300.75 for each ton of sugar. For what amount of sugar do the two companies charge the same? tons What is the cost when the two companies charge the same? $

The Sugar Sweet Company will choose from two companies to transport its sugar to market. The first company charges $4004 to rent trucks plus an additional fee of $50.50 for each ton of sugar. The second company does not charge to rent trucks but charges $300.75 for each ton of …

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A company's monthly profit increases by $1,000 each month. In January, the profit of the company was $25,000. If x = 0 represents January, which of the following equations represents the profit as a function of time (in months)? A. y = 25,000x + 1,000 B. y = 1,000x C. y = 1,000x – 25,000 D. y = 1,000x + 25,000

A company’s monthly profit increases by $1,000 each month. In January, the profit of the company was $25,000. If x = 0 represents January, which of the following equations represents the profit as a function of time (in months)? A. y = 25,000x + 1,000 B. y = 1,000x C. …

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Qs 14-2 fixed and variable costs lo c2 a cell phone company offers two different plans. plan a costs $80 per month for unlimited talk and text. plan b costs $0.20 per minute plus $0.10 per text message sent. you need to purchase a plan for your 14-year-old sister. your sister currently uses 1,700 minutes and sends 1,600 texts each month. (1) what is your sisters total cost under each of the two plans

Plan A: Post paid plan Total cost A = $80 per month   Plan B: Pre paid plan Total cost B = $0.20 per minute * 1,700 minutes + $0.10 per text message * 1,600 texts Total cost B = $340 + $160 Total cost B = $500 per month …

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Frank corporation manufacturers a single product that has a selling price of $20.00 per unit. fixed expenses total $45,000 per year, and the company must sell 5,000 units to break even. if the company has a target profit of $13,500, sales in units must be:

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:25 AM Frank corporation manufactures a single product that has a selling price of $20.00 per unit. fixed expenses total $45,000 per year, and the company must sell 5,000 units to break even. if the company has a target profit of $13,500, sales in …

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Taylor bank lends guarantee company $150,000 on january 1. guarantee company signs a $150,000, 8%, 9-month note. the entry made by guarantee company on january 1 to record the proceeds and issuance of the note is

Taylor bank lends guarantee company $150,000 on january 1. guarantee company signs a $150,000, 8%, 9-month note. the entry made by guarantee company on january 1 to record the proceeds and issuance of the note is

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