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As the capital expenditure is marked in negative, the NPV is computed by adding the Capital Expenditure to the summation of the PVs of the ten cash flows.
The deduction of the capital expenditure value from the summation of the above mentioned PVs gives us the project’s NPV which is equal to 57.

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In most cases such inefficiencies are caused by monopoly pricing or taxation (Brent 89). In other words, a deadweight loss can be termed as the total surplus resulting from market distortion especially from the side of government regulations on prices and in most cases the levied taxes.

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Application: Matthew would like to put up a small coffee-bean store selling two special varieties of coffee – Arabica(M) and Robusta(H). He estimates obtaining profit from each kg of Arabica(M) worth $10.50 and from each kg of Robusta(H) costing $9.25. If he desires to have 2500 kgs of bean-mixture sold for $9.74 per kg, how much of each kind must be present in the mixture?

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Numbers can be infinite. They can be too large or small. In this manner, it would be impractical to write them in such a way that it would take time and may be prone to mistakes. It is in line with this that scientific notation was discovered in order to make life more convenient in dealing with too large or small numbers.

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The technique revolves around five (5) simple steps. These steps are: i. Setting up a probability distribution for each of the three variable – material cost, labor cost and utilities cost ii. Preparing a cumulative probability distribution for each of the three variables iii.

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As this investment would be required in some future time, therefore the future value of the investment will be calculated. Future value shows the future worth of the money invested today after some specific period of time (Ross, Westerfield, and Jordan, 2009).

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As you know that the bank has also demanded a master budget from our company in order to ensure their uninterrupted services, therefore, it would be better that we make an internal budget first, before drafting a final master budget. The reason for emphasizing the formation of an internal budget is that, we as a company should have a firm understanding of the cost objects that are prevalent in our current setup, so that we can confidently answer questions asked by the bank’s personnel, and most importantly we need to determine how much capital our expanding operations need.

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The first roller coaster to use a power-chain lift in the United States was Gravity Pleasure at Coney Island in New York. La Marcus Adna Thompson built it in 1884. It was also a wooden roller coaster. The world’s oldest operating wooden roller coaster is the Leap-The-Dips at Lakemont Park in Pennsylvania.

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For example, a metal fabrication press, which bends and shapes metal, was bought seven years ago for $522,000. The company will add l9 percent to this cost, representing the change in the wholesale price index over the seven years. This new, higher cost figure is depreciated using the straight-line method over the same l2-year assumed life (no salvage value).

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For the results of the study conducted on the sample to be held true for the entire population, the sample should be a representative sample – that is, it should possess the same characteristics as the entire population, or as close to it as possible. A statistic is a characteristic that describes a sample; a parameter is a characteristic that describes a population.

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Yield Curve and Bond Valuation. Based on the information retrieved from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on a 1-month business day, the following information concerning historical dairy interest rates on the U.S treasury was obtained. The rates were picked from the current dates (1st January2012) back to five years a go (1st January 2007).

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Advertising expense has been classified as discretionary cost as it is among the expenses that are fixed but can be altered in the short term by current management decisions. For example, the company can reduce its cost by spending less on advertising or going for a less expensive option in a budget year.

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She has excellent curriculum vitae with a high grade point average and a strong record of campus participation in clubs and activities.
As a result, she has had a number of good interviews with various companies. She now has

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1. From the given data, it can be seen that Project ‘p’ has a higher NPV as compared to Project ‘q’. Hence, if NPV is chosen as the criterion, Project ‘p’ must be preferred. However, it is also seen that Project ‘q’ has a higher IRR. Thus, form IRR point of view ‘q’ is the preferred project.

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Algebra is one of the fascinating fields of mathematics, because algebra allows the finding of unknown numbers from information given. In algebra, letters are used in place of numbers that are not known. These letters are then manipulated in accordance with certain rules until an answer appears.

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Population Trends in China
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China has been documented as the world’s most populous country, with a population of about 1.3 billion, which is about a fifth of the world’s population. The rapid growth in population has become a concern to the government, such that it has introduced various measures to curb the rate of growth.

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From the research it is clear that probabilistic risk analysis (PRA) or quantitative risk analysis (QRA) or probabilistic safety analysis (PSA) is one of the most used methods of analysing risk in project development and operation. The use of this technique supports and validates the improvement of control and mitigation measures against threats.

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The property information indicates that this hotel is very distinct from its competitors. It has a superb architecture that if properly highlighted will not only woe customers but provide a opportunity for a higher average daily rate (ADR) than its competitors.

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Acute otitis media is an infection that causes inflammation of the middle ear canal. In the study, children were randomized to receive either the influenza vaccine or a placebo. (randomization was done in a 2 to 1 ratio, meaning that two times as many children were randomized to the vaccine treatment as were randomized to the placebo group).

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The teachers have to choose the most profitable offer from these offers. The offers can be categorized into two types: Offer A, the supplier provides a constant discount per dollar. Offer B, the supplier provides a discount above a minimum amount spent. The discount of offer B is assumed to be higher than discount of offer A.

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Cash flows are the finances a corporation acquires from its daily sales and spends it in the operations of the business at that particular period. It is the liquidity position of the company and does not constitute for sales credit (Mulford & Comiskey, 2005).

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According to the Chairman of Capital City Bank Group, Bill Smith, the bank is unique due to the reason that it concentrates upon banking with those communities where the system of banking can bring a difference. The bank is located in three states; Florida, Georgia and Alabama working through 70 banking locations on a full servicing basis.

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YEAR 1 t= 1 yr S=P(1+rt) 158000= P(1+(0.07)(1)) P= $147663.55 S= 246000 r= 7% P= ? YEAR 2 t= 2 yr S=P(1+rt) 246000= P(1+(0.07)(2)) P= $215789.47 S= 289000 r= 7% P= ? YEAR 3 t= 3 yr S=P(1+rt) 289000= P(1+(0.07)(3)) P= $238842.97 Amount you have to invest today for all 3 future payments is: P= $602296 Money on hand today is worth more than tomorrow, therefore it is important that we understand the concept of time value of money.

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1.a. How many Blast Hits do you get for the sequence? Answer = 100 1.b. What is the sequence most similar to? Provide the Sequence Accession as your answer. Answer = NW_876323.1 1.c. What is the likely SOURCE ORGANISM for this sequence? Answer = Canis lupus familiaris 1.d What is the E-value for the top BLASTN search result?

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1 F 1 1 1 D H 1 C J A B E G I K Determination of the member forces using the method of joints Forces in question are a, b, c which according to the diagram are DE, BE and CD respectively since the truss is symmetrical Joint A C A B 2.5 units Sum of forces in the Y-axis = 0 2.5+ACsinO=0 where O=the slope of the roof given by 2 vertical, 5 horizontal.

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If the sides of each triangle are measured and summed for each triangle then the resulting value will be equal. That is to say if triangle A sides are found to be o, p, q, and triangle B sides are x, y, z then o + p + q = x + y + z Proof: Suppose triangle A has sides o, p, q and triangle B has sides x, y, z and one of the sides for each triangle passes through the centre of the circles then that those two sides for each triangle will be equal.

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The magnitude of the buoyancy force on an object depends upon the volume of the water that it displaces. In boat 1, the air inside the boat also serves as a means of displacing water. Whereas in boat 2, only the boat’s material itself is displacing the water; its inside is filled with water, thus that volume is not getting displaced.

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But curtailing overproduction and reducing or eliminating inventories could lead to missed opportunities or higher gains during periods of higher demand, specially on products that see little or no change on their manufacturing, composition, or function.” My Response To The Student’s Answer: Throughout the course of history, management accounting writers have formed an opinion that there is an inversely proportional link between the allocation of fixed overheads and the want or incentive to over produce inventory.

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2. Report a 95% confidence interval for this difference. The 95% CI for this difference ranges from -2.98 to -1.22 3. Write a sentence interpreting both the unadjusted mean difference and the corresponding confidence interval. When not considering other variables, women in 1985 earned approximately 2.1 dollars less than the men did; and 95% of the times, the actual values for this estimate would fall between 2.98 dollars to 1.22 dollars less then what the men earned on an average.

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Analyse the cooling process. As observed in reality, when such heated object is allowed to cool in a room, the object with an initially high temperature cools to an extent when its temperature becomes relatively bearable to the sense of touch, or that is to say towards a temperature at which the room is similarly felt.

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List the bonds in the most likely order of the interest rates (yields to maturity) of the bonds from highest to lowest. Explain your work. Answer: X: A corporate bond rate BBB W: A corporate bond rate AAA Y: A corporate bond rated AAA with a shorter time to maturity than bonds W and X Z: A corporate bond rated AAA with the same time to maturity as bond Y that trades in a more liquid market than bonds W, X, or Y There has always been a strong relationship between the risks attached to a security with the return earned on a security, and this risk-return trade off tells us return which one should expect on a security which has high level of uncertainty (high risk) or low level of uncer

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Now, IST is supposed to raise capital worth $500 million in order to build a fresh production facility. In the occurrence of a financial distress, the company would experience a great loss of both consumers as well as engineering talents. If IST takes a debt of $500 million, the managers of the company are afraid that the present value of the cost of financial distress would be more than the tax benefits by an amount of $20 million.

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This then limits the values for a function where there is only value of x for every y whereas, the linear function gives unlimited values for both x and y as one tries to solve for such values by substituting assumptions for x to get the value of y. As mentioned earlier, functions and linear equations form lines when they are plotted on graphs so that from this point of view, it is concluded that a function is a linear equation and vice versa.

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Thousands of people die each year of diseases related to their smoking. Smoking is the biggest cause in those diseases, ahead of diabetes, obesity and lack of exercise. Individuals begin their habitual behaviors early in their teenage years. There are a series of social and peer pressures which influence teens to try and become addicted to tobacco.

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The questions apply the accurate descriptions of the motion under various motions of situations. The work also introduces a lot of results and notions that are equally applicable in things that oscillate and vibrate in similar manner. For instance, the current analysis in fundamental circuit is analogous to analysis involving the spring’s mass.

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Salsbury is a nationwide chain of supermarkets and it is evaluating whether it should start a new retail store on the outskirts of Dingwall or not and for this purpose, the report discusses the feasibility of the retail store. The management uses one of the most widely used project evaluation techniques, Net Present Value (NPV) to evaluate the feasibility of the project and then NPV of this retail store is compared with the other investment opportunity that Salsbury has.

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The student has selected a very good example of a manufacturing concern that implements the job order costing system in order to account for the cost of every job completed. In airplane manufacturing, each job, which is supposedly the complete manufacturing of a plane, requires substantial cost which primarily include material and highly skilled technical cost.

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This is a significant area of mathematics that creates meaning from data to enable people draw conclusions. Statistics is applicable in a number of fields, including agriculture, education, military, medicine, gambling, just to mention a few. Sometimes statistical interpretations can mislead people on the characteristics of data due to insufficient information or lack of information altogether.

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Analyse the cooling process. Based on real life experience, an object subjected to heat and eventually placed in a region of lower temperature naturally undergoes cooling. In its heated state, we know that such object contains energy which flows out of it once there occurs temperature difference between it and the environment within which it is exposed.

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The inferential statistics helps a researcher to conclude beyond the descriptive conclusions of data. There are various quantitative data analysis methods that help in testing the quantitative model. The inferential statistical techniques correlation or bivariate regression analysis are used for examining relationship between two continuous variables (one independent variable and one dependent variable).

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So, this is a well graded soil. (b) As Plasticity index Ip = liquid limit – plastic limit So Ip of soft sandy clay= 36 – 15 = 21 Ip of Firm silty clay = 47 - 18 = 29 Ip of Stiff Clay = 67 – 19 = 48 And Liquidity Index IL = So IL of soft sand clay = 27-15/21 = 0.57 IL of Firm silty clay = 29-18/29 = 0.38 IL of Stiff clay = 25-19/48 = 0.125 Question No.

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For instance, criminal detectives are able to estimate a suspect’s height just by measuring the size of their footsteps. Fashion designers are also able to match their clothing designs to fit persons with different body measurements. Studies in human migration and movements also make of anthropometric (measures of human body size ratios) measurements in tracing the origins of human groups.

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The company also risks uneven cash flow as a result of bad weather, which slows down construction schedules. The company will experience challenges due to increases of prices and shortage of major raw materials used in the manufacturing of building materials; this exposes the company to the risk of running out of supplies and ultimate reduction in profit margin.

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is coefficient of friction, m is the mass, g is acceleration due to gravity Therefore in this scenario, F = 0.35*440*9.8 = 1509.2 Thus braking force = 1509.2N But F= ma Rearranging this we get Thus deceleration = = 3.43m/s2 s = Thus distance = = 6.25t m But t= 12.5/3.43 = 3.64s Thus distance = 6.25*3.64 = 22.75m Task 2 Question 1 Average angular velocity is 4200 + 360 = 2280rpm = 238.76rad/s I = = 12.5 * 0.12 = 1.5 Rotational Kinetic energy is = I?

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The Hotpoint Front Control Dishwasher in White is $289.00 at Home Depot. It is not classified as energy efficient. The GE 24in. Front Control Dishwasher in Black with Steam PreWash is on sale this week for $359.10 at Home Depot, from a normal price of $399.00, and is classified as energy efficient.

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Once we get the class width (12), we add it to the lowest number in order to get the lowest class limit (16 + 12 = 28). If we keep on repeating this step, we can determine all the appropriate class limits (28 + 12 = 40, 40 + 12 = 52, 52 + 12 = 64, and 64 + 12 = 76).

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The plan is to keep aside an equal amount on each of the birthday and put the same into the person’s savings account. Such annual payment of fixed amount of money over a phase of time is known as annuity. The two distinct types of annuity payments are ‘normal annuity’ where the periodical payments are done at the end of the period and annuity due and that of ‘immediate annuity’ where the payments are made at the very commencement of the period.