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statistics
a sales manager used linear regression to find the positive linear relationship between advertising expenditures and sales. The amount of advertising expenditures used to generate the regression equation ranged from $8,000 to $45,000. The sales manager wants to use the ...
December 9, 2007 by tar

statistics
A regression analysis between sales (in $1000) and advertising (in $100) resulted in the following least squares line: = 75 + 6x. This implies that if advertising is $800, then the predicted amount of sales (in dollars) is: A) $4875 B) $123,000 C) $487,500 D) $12,300
August 18, 2009 by Danny

marketing
Your company’s sales are 50,000 units. The unit variable cost is $12. Your markup percent on sales is 40% and your fixed costs are $100,000. 1. What is your profit / loss? $100,000 You are thinking of increasing your advertising by $200,000. Based on previous data, you know ...
June 23, 2010 by Trecha

accounting
Your company’s sales are 50,000 units. The unit variable cost is $12. Your markup percent on sales is 40% and your fixed costs are $100,000. 1. What is your profit / loss? You are thinking of increasing your advertising by $200,000. Based on previous data, you know that for ...
June 27, 2010 by Godfrey

Calculus
The relationship between the amount of money x that Cannon Precision Instruments spends on advertising and the company's total sales S(x) is given by the following function where x is measured in thousands of dollars. S(x) = -0.002x3 + 0.9x2 + 4x + 500 (0 x 200) Find the rate ...
June 13, 2013 by Mike

Econ
A firm faces the following sales function: Q=5,000-10P+40A+PA-0.8A^2-0.5P^2 where Q is sales, P is price(dollars), and A is advertising expenditures (in hundreds of dollars). Calculate the price and advertising levels that maximize sales. I don't know what to do with it with ...
January 13, 2007 by Jack

Stats
Observations are taken on sales of a certain mountain bike in 30 sporting goods stores. The regression model was Y = total sales (thousands of dollars), X1 = display floor space (square meters), X2 = competitors’ advertising expenditures (thousands of dollars), X3 = advertised...
September 30, 2010 by Mat

economics
1)The director of marketing at Vanguard Corporation believes the sales of the company’s Bright Side Laundry detergent (S) are related to Vanguard’s own advertising expenditure (A), as well as the combined advertising expenditures of its three biggest rival detergents R). The ...
October 10, 2010 by raja

estimating
A security analyst specializing in the stocks of the motion picture industry the relation between the number of movie theater tickets sold in December and the annual level of earnings in the motion picture industry. Time-series data for the last 15 years are used to estimate ...
March 11, 2010 by Anne

economics
The table shows the relationship for a hypothetical firm between its advertising expenditures and the quantity of its out-put that it expects it can sell at a fixed price of $5 per unit. Advertising Quantity Sold at P = $5/IN Expenditures (millions) Million Units $1 8 $1.2 9 $...
December 4, 2009 by Anonymous

MAT115
The following information shows a relationship between the amount spent per week on advertising by a small fast-food shop and the total sales per week. Use it to answer question 5. Amount spent 10 20 30 40 Sales 200 380 625 790 Predict the weekly sales associated with the ...
June 23, 2010 by tee

math 115
The following information shows a relationship between the amount spent perweek on advertising by a small fast-food shop and the total sales per week: Use this information to make a line graph and then predict the weekly sales associated with the expenditure of $50 (per week) ...
October 22, 2009 by Chrysanne

Managerial Economics- need help
Basic Estimating – Week 2 A security analyst specializing in the stocks of the motion picture industry the relation between the number of movie theater tickets sold in December and the annual level of earnings in the motion picture industry. Time-series data for the last 15 ...
July 16, 2008 by Debbie

Statistics
You are a real estate agent and you are trying to predict home prices for your clients that want to list their house for sale. You have a very small city without much data. You will need to use the data that you have available for the past year on homes that have been sold. ...
June 2, 2013 by Kathryn

math
Scenario: Regression equations are created by modeling data, such as the following: Sales = (Cost Per Item × Number of Items) – Constant Charges In this equation, constant charges may be rent, salaries, or other fixed costs. This includes anything that you have to pay for ...
May 5, 2011 by sharon

Statistics
You are a real estate agent and you are trying to predict home prices for your clients that want to list their house for sale. You have a very small city without much data. You will need to use the data that you have available for the past year on homes that have been sold. ...
May 30, 2013 by Kathryn

math
A cereal company finds that the number of people who will buy one of its products in the first month that it is introduced is linearly related to the amount of money it spends on advertising. If it spends $40,000 on advertising then 100,000 boxes of cereal will be sold, and if...
February 18, 2010 by Laura

accounting
how would the table of analysis be set up with these transactions: started business with $25,000 paid rent $2,000 purchased equipment $6,000 only paid 40% owes difference purchased food and beverage $4,000 paid 75% in cash owes difference cash sales $4,000 utility bill was ...
March 14, 2012 by Keishante

Fin 324
Using the following data, compute net sales sales discounts 50,000 Accounts receivable, ending 125,000 Gross Sales 2,500,000 Inventory, ending 200,000 sales returns and allowances 75,000
March 22, 2011 by Kenny

Accounting
A company has two major businesses that it operates. One business manufactures and sells unicycles for commercial use in circuses, etc. (total sales of $150M), and the other sells bicycles to the public (total sales of $20M). The unicycle business occupies 75,000 square feet ...
March 31, 2008 by Anonymous

business and finance
The revenue for a sanwich shop is directly proportional to its advertising budget. When the owner spent $2000 a month on advertising,the revenue was $120,000. If the revenue is now $180,000, how much is the owner spending on advertising? Please Help!! Set up a proportion. $2,...
March 29, 2007 by cheryl

Accounting
A company has two major businesses that it operates. One business manufactures and sells unicycles for commercial use in circuses and so forth (total sales of $150M), and the other sells bicycles to the public (total sales of $20M). The unicycle business occupies 75,000 square...
March 29, 2011 by javon

Business
Assume that you own a sandwich shop. In looking over last year's income statement you see that the annual sales were $250,000 with a gross margin of 50 percent, or $125,000. The fixed operating expenses were $50,000: the variable operating expenses were 20 percent of sales, or...
September 1, 2012 by Leslie

Accounting
A meeting of senior managers at the Pringly Division has been called to discuss the pricing strategy for a new product. Part of the discussion will focus on estimating sales for the new product. Over the past years, a number of new products have failed to meet their sales ...
July 2, 2012 by Brenda

Economics
1)The director of marketing at Vanguard Corporation believes the sales of the company’s Bright Side Laundry detergent (S) are related to Vanguard’s own advertising expenditure (A), as well as the combined advertising expenditures of its three biggest rival detergents R). The ...
June 4, 2007 by Ed

math
Prepare a trend analysis from the following sales, assuming a base year of 2007. Round to the nearest whole percent. 2010 2009 2008 2007 $25,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000
September 23, 2010 by alisha s.

algebra
the revenue for a sandwich shop is directly proportinal to its advertising budge. when the owner spent 2000. a month on advertising, the revenue was $120,000. if the revenue is now $ 180,000 how much is the owner spending on advertising? The 50% increase in reveune implies ...
June 21, 2007 by sandra

statistics
A manager wishes to determine the relationship between the number of miles (in hundreds of miles) the manager's sales representatives travel per month and the amount of sales (in thousands of dollars) per month. Find the equation of the regression line for the given data. ...
December 1, 2011 by Angel White

Marketing
D)Assume that you have $100,000 extra to spend on promotion of consumer product. On what basis would you decide whatever to spend it on advertising, sales people, or sales promotion items such as T-shirts.
December 15, 2009 by Charles

math, correction
The revenue for a sandwich shop is directly proportional to its advertising budget. When the owner spent $2000 a month on advertising, the revenue was $120,000. If the revenue is now $180,000, how much is the owner spending on advertising? Formula: rev = k (ad bud) 120,000 = k...
January 14, 2007 by jasmine20

statistics
A manager for a firm that sells advertising space in magazines and periodicals is considering a number of new initiatives to recognize high-performing members of her sales force. Assume that the annual sales revenue for members of her sales force is normally distributed with a...
July 21, 2012 by heather

computer subject
SPECS:construct a flowchart that shall producethe corresponding sales commission amount of each sales income enterd. LEGND: commission table(per month) sales income bracket commission rate above $/100,000 15% $/75,000.01-$/1000,000 12% $/50,000.01-$/75,000 9% $/30,000.01-$/50,...
January 5, 2009 by

math
Money made for a sandwich shop was directly proportional to its advertising budget. When the owner spent $2000 a month on advertising, the revenue was $120,000. If the revenue is now $180,000, how much is the owner spending on advertising? 120,000 simplest way: by ratio 2000:...
April 27, 2007 by Amanda

math
Aley Company pays all its employees in a graduated commission scale: 3% on the first $30,000 sales, 5% on sales from $30,000 to $110,000, and 7% on sales more than $110,000. Jim Jones, an employee of Aley, has $130,000 in sales. What commission did Jim earn? Show
May 7, 2012 by Anonymous

principles of finances
according to my interpretation of the question in October they would collect: the 10% of the August sales = .10($10,000) the 20% of the Sept sales = .20($20,000) and the 70% of the Oct sales = .70($30,000) Do the arithmetic and add them up A project has an inital outlay of 4,...
March 28, 2007 by Reiny

Accounting
Based on the following production and sales estimates for May, determine the number of units expected to be manufactured in May. Estimated inventory (units), May 1 20,000 Desired inventory (units), May 31 15,000 Expected sales volume (units): South region 20,000 West region 40...
July 14, 2013 by Anonymous

Finance
If sales grew 20% from 10,000,000 to 12,000,000 and the discresinary financing needs is 500,000. What percent of sales grown would be needed to equal a DFN of zero.
March 31, 2010 by gregory

Finance
If sales grew 20% from 10,000,000 to 12,000,000 and the discresinary financing needs is 500,000. What percent of sales grown would be needed to equal a DFN of zero.
March 31, 2010 by Amie

ACCOUNTING (Advance Sales)
Hi: I am unsure of how to adjust Advance Sales. For Year End, DEC 31, 2011. If my Unadjusted Balance for advance sales is $324,000 and I am told the following: 75% of the balance in Advance Sales is for garments to be made and delivered in 2012; the remaining 25% is from sales...
January 27, 2013 by Anon

managerial economics
rubax, a u.s manufacturer of athletic shoes, estiamtes the following linear trend model for shoe sales Qt=a+bt+c1D1+c2D2+c3D3 where Qt=sales of athletic shoes in the t-th quater t=1,2,...,28[1998(I),1998(II),...,2004(IV)] D1=1 if t is quater I (winter); 0 otherwisw D2=1 if t ...
July 3, 2007 by queen

business
The Recall Computer Company has six territories, each represented by one salesperson. After extensive planning, the company determines that each territory would be expected to achieve the following percentages of total company sales for 2008: Territory 1=27% Territory 4=12% ...
September 4, 2012 by nan

math
The Recall Computer Company has six territories, each represented by one salesperson. After extensive planning, the company determines that each territory would be expected to achieve the following percentages of total company sales for 2008: Territory 1=27% Territory 4=12% ...
September 5, 2012 by nan

MATH- LINEAR PROGRAMMING
THE PENN-OHIO BUILDING COMPANY BUILDS AND SELLS TWO TYPES OF HOUSES:"CLEVELAND CASTLES" AND "PITTSBUTGH PALACES". CONTRACTS CALL FOR USING TOTALS OF AT LEAST 20,000 FT OF FRAMING LUMBER AND 8,000 CUBIC FT OF CONCRETE; AND AT LEAST $9,000 FOR PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING. EACH ...
November 5, 2008 by ELIZABETH

Marketing
9. The annual planning at Century Office Systems, Inc. had been arduous but produced a number of important marketing initiatives for the next year. Most notably, company executives had decided to restructure its product-marketing team into two separate groups: (1) Corporate ...
May 10, 2010 by BABI

Math
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
December 3, 2007 by Vision 9/ Help Please

Math
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
December 4, 2007 by Vision/ Help

college
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
April 18, 2009 by Anonymous

Algebra
Solve the problem. A salesperson gets a commission of $600 for the first $10,000 of sales, and then $300 for each additional $10,000 or partial of sales. Let S(x) represent the commission on x dollars of sales. Find the value of S(45,000)
February 27, 2011 by brad

statistics
The ABC Company has been evaluating the performance of two advertising agencies it deals with. They produce the following scatterplot of sales against advertising expenditures.
September 6, 2012 by Gee

College Math
Sales at a computer retail store were $1,000,000 in 1982 and $1,790,000 in 1987 let x=0 represent 1982 find the equation giving year sales. estimate sales in 1990. Could you guys help me with this.
September 9, 2011 by HM

College Math
Sales at a computer retail store were $1,000,000 in 1982 and $1,790,000 in 1987 let x=0 represent 1982 find the equation giving year sales. estimate sales in 1990. Could you guys help me with this.
September 9, 2011 by HM

Accounting
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
September 22, 2006 by Jessica

stats
TABLE 1 The general manager of a chain of pharmaceutical stores reported the results of a regression analysis, designed to predict the annual sales for all the stores in the chain (Y) – measured in millions of dollars. One independent variable used to predict annual sales of ...
July 4, 2011 by Maggie

Intro to Accounting
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
March 3, 2009 by Darren

Algebra2
The piper Ad Agency claims that for every dollar spent on magazine advertising, monthly profit will increase by $5.00. You presently spend $5,000 on magazine advertising and your monthly profit is $12,000. What will be your profit if you spend $7500 on magazine advertising? I ...
September 22, 2009 by :)help please

Finance
Tom company has sales of Rs.200,000/- with variable expenses of Rs.150,000/-, fixed expenses of Rs.60,000/-, and an operating loss of Rs.10,000/-. By how much would Tom have to increase its sales in order to achieve an operating income of 10% of sales?
February 24, 2013 by vikram

finance (net income)
If a firm has a break-even point of 20,000 units and the contribution margin on the firm's single product is $3.00 per unit and fixed costs are $60,000, what will the firm's net income be at sales of 30,000 units? A. $90,000 B. $30,000 C. $15,000 D. $45,000 the firm's cost at ...
July 26, 2008 by Jason

Economics
In a regression analysis, suppose there is, in fact, no seasonal pattern to sales, and the trend line is estimated using dummy variables to account for seasonality. What effect would this have on the estimation? My guess is that it wouldn't affect the estimation....am I ...
January 29, 2008 by Devin

STATISTICS
The following data represents the monthly natural gas consumption (in hundreds of cubic feet) for a family for a random sample of nine months selected from five years of data. The other variable is Degree-days which is a measure of temperature. Degree-days are the number of ...
April 16, 2013 by Bettie

Polynomials
3. In 2002, Home Depot’s sales amounted to $58,200,000,000. In 2006, its sales were $90,800,000,000 a. Write Home Depot's 2002 sales and 2006 sales in scientific notation.
September 1, 2010 by Sharon

economics
According to a survey of U.S. firms, the advertising elasticity of demand is only about 0.003. Does this indicate that firms spend too much on advertising? It does not indicate too much is being spent. A 100% increase in advertising would translate into a .3% increase in sales...
February 26, 2007 by Elle

Finance
What is the projects initial outlay? Should the project be accepted why or why not? New Caledonia Problem 35% tax bracket 12% discount rate Cost of new plant $9,000,000.00 Shipping and $350,000.00 Sales: Year Sales 1 125,000 units 2 140,000 units 3 190,000 units 4 150,000 ...
August 4, 2012 by cc

algebra
A salesperson has January sales of $20,000 (1, $20,000) and April sales of $80,000 (4, $80,000). What is the rate of change?
June 9, 2013 by lo

Accounting help
I'm trying to make an income statement...for sales revenue out of this information what do I add up? Sales Revenue Forecast: June (actual) 24,000 July (actual) 20,000 August 28,000 September 52,000 October 44,000 November 76,000 December 96,000 January 22,000 February 32,000 ...
September 25, 2010 by Claire

math
"ThermoStar has been producing residential thermostats for over 50 years. Looking over the past 20 quarters (5 years) of the different product lines, the general manager has been trying to get a handle on sales, costs, and production, and has asked for your help. Your response...
August 5, 2010 by Emma

Intermediate accounting
Rosson Corporation, which began business on January 1, 2008, appropriately uses the installment sales method of accounting for income tax reporting purposes. The following data are available for 2008: Installment accounts receivable, 12/31/2008 $200,000 Installment sales for ...
December 11, 2010 by cyndi

statistics
between z=1.45 and z=2.12 greater than z =1.75 or less than z= -0.90 exactly equal to z= 1.50 if the equation resulted from regression analysis involving a set of ten (x,y) data point. what is the value of y when x = 3
March 7, 2012 by Tonya

math
Use this information to calculate the following: Sales returns $ 700 Rent expense 1,288 Sales discounts 950 Depreciation expense 600 Cost of merchandise sold 7,600 Gross sales 20,900 Advertising expense 1,650 Salary expense 2,900 Heat expense 900 A. Net sales Net sales =
August 31, 2012 by tracie

Human Resources Management
The certification process in skill-based pay is analogous to.... a. job analysis b. compensable factors c. regression analysis d. factor degrees and weights
March 31, 2010 by Kimberly

accounting
Les Fleurs, a boutique in Paris, France, had the following accounts in its accounting records at December 31, 20X2 (amounts in Euros, denoted as "E") Purchases………………... E250,000 Freight In……………… E8,000 Sales discounts…………. 4,000 Purchase returns…….. 7,000 Inventory Sales...
May 19, 2009 by Anonymous

Math
Dan's business makes $75,000 a year. He spends 6% of that on advertising. How much does he spend on advertising?
February 25, 2014 by loren

Math
From the ff. account balances picked up from the ledger of Morgan Industries on July 15, 2008, prepare a trial balance in good form Morgan, Drawing Drawing 1, 800 Accounts Payable 38, 000 Land 30,000 Sales Discount 3, 600 Purchase Returns and Allowances 3,000 Insurance 1,800 ...
May 14, 2010 by Alison

MSU
Shirts Unlimited operates a chain of shirt stores that carry many styles of shirts that are all sold at the same price. To encourage sales personnel to be aggressive in their sales efforts, the company pays a substantial sales commission on each shirt sold. Sales personnel ...
November 14, 2012 by Sam

Finance
Gap kids has several options: 1 run a loyalty program in which customers who spend $500 dollars in a year gets$50 off on a coupon for their next purchase of $100, the total cost is $25,000 to manage and implement this program. 2 a direct mail campaign costs $10,000 for every ...
August 16, 2010 by mita

statistics
According to Advertising Age, the average base salary for women working as copywriters is $66,000. Assume that the salaries are normally distributed and that the standard deviation is $7,500. a. What is the probability of a woman receiving a salary between $60,000 and $75,000...
June 25, 2013 by petrit

business finance
HELP ME GET STARTED ON THIS. I don't know what to do with the estimated demande & probability. This requires managers to estimate demand for the new product and assign probabilities. A range, rather than only one goal will be established. The first strategy is to set a selling...
July 4, 2012 by Brenda

economic
why it is incorrect to advertise up to the point that the last dollar of advertising generates another dollar of sales? What is the correct rule for the marginal advertising dollar ??
October 13, 2009 by dolly

math
A company had sales of 500,000 in 1996 and sales of 720,000 in 1998. Use the midpoint formula to to find the company's sales in 1997.
March 30, 2013 by e p

math
A company had sales of 500,000 in 1996 and sales of 720,000 in 1998. Use the midpoint formula to to find the company's sales in 1997.
March 30, 2013 by e p

finance
Hauser Sports had sales in 2010 of $750,000, cost of sales of $500,000, average accounts receivable of $100,000 and average inventory of $225,000. How many days, on average, does it take Hauser Sports to sell its inventory assuming that all sales are on credit?
May 20, 2011 by cynthia

accounting, departmental accounts
P/S: Pls help me to solve this problem. i really dont get it and i have to present the answer in front of the classroom by next week. from the following list of balances you are required to prepare a departmental trading and profit and loss account in columnar form for the ...
October 31, 2008 by miya

Statistics
Are these questions below true or false? I am stuck. I think 1 is true and 3 is false 1. In Regression Analysis if the variance of the error term is constant, we call it the Homoscedasticity property. 2. In simple linear regression analysis, if the error terms exhibit a ...
November 29, 2010 by Logan

math
janine is paid commission of 3% on all sales up to and including $10 000, and 5% on all sales over 10 000. how much commission will she earn on sales of 48 000?
November 1, 2008 by jazz

statistics
Job Sat. INTR. EXTR. Benefits 5.2 5.5 6.8 1.4 5.1 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.8 5.2 4.6 6.2 5.5 5.3 5.7 2.3 3.2 4.7 5.6 4.5 5.2 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.1 5.2 4.6 6.2 5.8 5.3 5.7 2.3 5.3 4.7 5.6 4.5 5.9 5.4 5.6 5.4 3.7 6.2 5.5 6.2 5.5 5.2 4.6 6.2 5.8 5.3 5.7 2.3 5.3 4.7 5.6 4.5 5.9 5.4 5.6 5.4 3.7 6.2...
September 21, 2010 by chris

Statistics
Simple Linear Regression Analysis 2. Weight of Car: Miles gallon – Do heavier cars really use more gasoline? The following data were obtained from Consumer Reports (Vol 62 no. 4). Weight of car is in hundreds of pounds. Car Weight 27 44 32 47 23 40 34 52 MPG 30 19 24 13 29 17 ...
December 7, 2011 by Kris

Applications
In a recent year, he total sales at Restaurant A were 25,000 more than at Restauant B . Total sales at the two stores were 575,000,000 What are the sales for the two stores. Please help me solve this problem
November 13, 2009 by Sam

economics
income total spending $10,000 $10,000 20,000 18,000 50,000 35,000 100,000 60,000 If a sales tax of ten percent is levied on all purchases, calculate A. amoust of sales tax paid at each income level and B. the fraction f income paid in taxes at each income level Let X be pre-...
January 29, 2007 by sheela

stats
below is the sales experience(in months) and the number of computers sold the the previous month of seven sales people. Experience 4 12 9 6 10 30 7 Sales 19 42 28 31 39 30 21 Using the Minitab info write the straight line(least squares) equation and the correlation coefficent...
March 5, 2013 by Bonnie

Computers
How to do Excel Spreadsheet- Formulas? I have to do an excel spreadsheet for my computer class. Problem is my professor didn't at all explain how to do it. What formulas am I supposed to use! Please Help. The info he gave us are : Cash Sales: 56%, Rec. Last month: 28%, Rec. ...
October 13, 2010 by Megan

Math
Sales made last year by Lane's Appliance Store are listed below. The first number tells how many employees made the sales amount. Two sales employees earned in the range of $130,001-$150,000. Six sales employees earned in the range of $110,001-$130,000.Ten Sales employees ...
September 22, 2011 by Anonymous

Math
A retail store estimates that weekly sales s and weekly advertising costs x (both in dollars) are related by s=50000−430000e^(−00009x) The current weekly advertising costs are 2000 dollars and these costs are increasing at the rate of 300 dollars per week. Find the...
March 1, 2010 by Nathan

Quantitative Analysis
To make meaningful causal inferences when conducting quantitative analyses, one must employ...? A. Dummy coding when using regression models B. Parametric methods of analysis robust in relationship to violation of basic assumptions C. T-Tests and Analysis of Variance methods D...
November 7, 2013 by Stacie

Accounting
Below is budgeted production and sales information for Flushing Company for the month of December: Product XXX Product ZZZ Estimated beginning inventory 30,000 units 18,000 units Desired ending inventory 34,000 units 17,000 units Region I, anticipated sales 320,000 units 260,...
July 14, 2013 by Anonymous

Stats
This assignment requires you to use Excel. In question 1, you will use the charting features. In questions 2 and 3, use the regression tool from the analysis toolpack. There is no template for this assignment. Make sure you explain your answers and provide the regression ...
August 20, 2012 by David

statistics
1. In an ANOVA, one group has a much larger sample mean than the other. The analyst decides to remove this group and to conduct the analysis on the remaining groups only. Which of the following statements is correct? Select one: a. This analysis is not correct, as now the ...
October 14, 2013 by Jumbo

Economics
Rubax, a US manufacturer of athletic shoes, estimates the following linear trend model for shoe sales. Q1=a+bt+c1D1+c2D2+c3D3 where Q1=sales of athletic shoes in the t-th quarter t= 1,2,...,28{1998(I), 1998(II),...2004(IV)} D1= 1 if t is quarter I (winter); 0 otherwise D2= 1 ...
June 28, 2007 by Renee Williams

Economics
Rubax, a US manufacturer of athletic shoes, estimates the following linear trend model for shoe sales. Q1=a+bt+c1D1+c2D2+c3D3 where Q1=sales of athletic shoes in the t-th quarter t= 1,2,...,28{1998(I), 1998(II),...2004(IV)} D1= 1 if t is quarter I (winter); 0 otherwise D2= 1 ...
June 30, 2009 by JackEconomics

Economyst please help
Rubax, a US manufacturer of athletic shoes, estimates the following linear trend model for shoe sales. Q1=a+bt+c1D1+c2D2+c3D3 where Q1=sales of athletic shoes in the t-th quarter t= 1,2,...,28{1998(I), 1998(II),...2004(IV)} D1= 1 if t is quarter I (winter); 0 otherwise D2= 1 ...
June 30, 2009 by JackEconomics

math
acacia company had inventory of 100,000 on December 31, 2012. other information is as follows: purchases $1,500,000 sales 3,000,000 inventory 1/1/2012 300,000 what is the amount of acacia cost of goods sold for 2012? do you add in the sales for the year?
November 12, 2013 by keri

Financial Management
I need to find the break-even point but am not given the units. This is what I am given. sales are 1,250,000 Variable costs are 40% of sales initial investment is 2,000,000
May 7, 2010 by Debbie

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