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Gagner clinic purchases land for $175,000 cash. the clinic assumes $1,500 in property taxes due on the land. the title and attorney fees totaled $1,000. the clinic has the land graded for $2,200. what amount does gagner clinic record as the cost for the land?

If the clinic “assumes” property taxes, it should mean the property taxes were for a past period, so it counts as part of the cost.  If the property taxes are for a period after the transaction, it does not count as part of the cost.  Finally if property taxes straddle …

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Name one economic decision that must be made by each of the four sectors of the economy (households, businesses, government, and the foreign sector). be sure to state what a possible opportunity cost might be for each of these economic decisions.

Name one economic decision that must be made by each of the four sectors of the economy (households, businesses, government, and the foreign sector). be sure to state what a possible opportunity cost might be for each of these economic decisions.

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Bill bought a new cellular phone. His monthly bill will be $34.99 each month which includes 100 minutes of use. Additional minutes will cost $0.23 per minute. Write an equation that represents the cost of the bill C in terms of m, which is the number of minutes used ABOVE the 100 that are included in the base price. a. C = 34.99(m – 100) + 0.23 c. C = 0.23m b. C = 0.23m + 34.99 d. C = 0.23(m – 100) + 34.99

Answer: d. C = 0.23(m – 100) + 34.99 Step-by-step explanation: Let C = X + Y, where C = Cost of the bill in terms of m X = First term of the equation Y = Second term of the equation X = add additional minutes to $ 0.23 …

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Janitor supply produces an industrial cleaning powder that requires 40 grams of material at $0.10 per gram and .25 direct labor hours at $12.00 per hour. overhead is assigned at the rate of $18 per direct labor hour. what is the total standard cost for one unit of product that would appear on a standard cost card? $7.00. $8.50. $11.50. $7.50. $25.00.

Janitor supply produces an industrial cleaning powder that requires 40 grams of material at $0.10 per gram and .25 direct labor hours at $12.00 per hour. overhead is assigned at the rate of $18 per direct labor hour. what is the total standard cost for one unit of product that …

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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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Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 , c(.5c+4c)=33 , c + 4c/5c=33 Let C equal the amount spent on cheese

Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 …

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Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 , c(.5c+4c)=33 , c + 4c/5c=33 Let C equal the amount spent on cheese

Karla has spent $33 on food . She bought milk , cheese , and meat. The milk cost half as much as the cheese and the meat cost four times as much as the cheese. Which equation would help you find the cost of the cheese? c+.5c+4c=33 , c +2c+4c=33 …

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Sam wants to buy 8 pencils and 6 pens, which cost a total of $8.50. He realizes he doesn’t have enough cash and instead takes only 4 of each, which costs only $5. What is the price of each pen and pencil? pen, $0.75; pencil, $0.50

X = pencils, y = pens 8x + 6y = 8.504x + 4y = 5…..multiply by -2—————-8x + 6y = 8.50-8x – 8y = -10 (result of multiplying by -2)—————–add-2y = – 1.50y = -1.50 / -2y = 0.75 <=== pens cost 0.75 4x + 4y = 54x + 4(0.75) …

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Stacy goes to the county fair with her friends. The total cost of ride tickets Is given by the equation c = 3.5t, where c is the total cost of tickets and t is the number of tickets. If Stacey bought 15 tickets, she would spend how much

Stacy goes to the county fair with her friends. The total cost of ride tickets Is given by the equation c = 3.5t, where c is the total cost of tickets and t is the number of tickets. If Stacey bought 15 tickets, she would spend how much

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Melissa will rent a car for the weekend. She can choose one or two plans. The first plant has no initial fee but costs $.80 per mile driven. That’s like a plan has an initial fee of $75 in cost an additional $.38 per mile driven. How many miles with Melissa need to drive for two plants to cost the same? NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE

If you equal both of the PLANS you will get $.80x=$75+$.38xthen you subtract .38x on both sides and get$.42x=$75once thats done you will divide .42 on both sides leaving the variable x by itself…and then x=178.57milesbut to break even it would be 179 miles for both of the plans to cost …

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At a sporting event, the price for 3 cheeseburgers and 2 cups of lemonade is $14 and the price for 2 cheeseburgers and 4 cups of lemonade is $12. How much does it cost for 1 cheeseburger and 2 cups of lemonade?

Answer: (1)The percentage error is 6.897 % . (2)The total cost of the wallet is $34.35 . (3)The salesman’s commission as a percent of his total monthly sales is 4% . (4)The interest is $5400 . Step-by-step explanation: First part Formula Change in value = |Approx value – Exact value| …

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A clipboard cost $2.23.It cost $0.58 more than a notebook.Lisa bought two clipboards and one notebook.She paid with a ten dollar bill.How much change does Lisa get?Use a tape diagram to show your thinking.

Lisa gets a change amount of when she pays a ten-dollar bill for two clipboards and a notebook. Further explanation: It is given that the cost of a clipboard is . Also, it is known that the clipboard costs more than a notebook so the cost of one notebook is …

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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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1 each of the two items that Val bought cost more than 10$ 2. Val spent 34$ for the 2 items. 3. Neither of the two items that Val bought cost more then 15$ …. which 2 statements contradict each other

Statement : Val spent $ 34 for the 2 items contradiction : Neither of the 2 items that Val bought cost more then $ 15 think about it….if neither of them cost more then 15….lets say they cost 15 each…then there is no way he spent $ 34…..he would spend …

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One month Henry rented 3 movies and 8 video games for a total of $58 . The next month he rented 5 movies and 2 video games for a total of $23 . Find the rental cost for each movie and each video game. Rental cost for eachmovie:$___ Rental costfor each video game:$____

Henry rented 3 movies and 8 video games for a total of $583m + 8v= $58The next month he rented 5 movies and 2 video games for a total of $23.5m + 2v = $23. Grab an equation and solve it for one of the variables:3m + 8v= $583m=58-8vm=19.333-2.6666v Then sub …

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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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Customers can pick their own apples at wells orchards . They pay $6 to enter the orchard and $2 per pound for the apples they pick. Write an equation to model the total cost , y, fir x pounds of apples. A. y=6x+2 B. y=2x+6 C. y=2(x+6) D. y=x(6+2)

Customers can pick their own apples at wells orchards . They pay $6 to enter the orchard and $2 per pound for the apples they pick. Write an equation to model the total cost , y, fir x pounds of apples. A. y=6x+2 B. y=2x+6 C. y=2(x+6) D. y=x(6+2)

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