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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

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

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

Multiple regression
1) Estimate a multiple regression equation to predict the price of houses in a given community. Employ all available explanatory variables. Is there evident of of multi-collinearity in this model? Explain your response and the associated implications. 2) The owner of a ...
November 10, 2014 by Kim

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

Statistics
A household appliance manufacturer wants to analyze the relationship between total sales and the company's three primary means of advertising (television, magazines, and radio). All values are in millions of dollars. They found the following regression equation. Sales = 250 + ...
October 7, 2014 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

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

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

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

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

Statistics
Regression analysis was applied between sales data (in $1,000s) and advertising data (in $100s) and the following information was obtained. ~ y = 12 + 1.8x n = 17 SSR = 225 SSE = 75 sb1 = 0.2683 Refer to Exhibit 12-3. The critical F value at a = 0.05 is a. 3.59 b. 3.68 c. 4.45...
June 19, 2015 by Yazzy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

business and finance
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 B. Gross profit C...
August 13, 2012 by maria

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

it
Explain how you would create the users for the sales organization unit and how to set up work groups in this particular situation. Keep in mind that you may have to name certain applications and allowable tasks for each individual or job role. First MI Last Logon ID Title Dept...
November 13, 2008 by kim

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

business math115
Coastal Advertising has a staff of sales people like linda, Who is paid monthly salary of $1,050 plus a straight commission of 4.4% on all sales over 8,500. If she sells 9,300 what is her total gross pay for the month.
June 24, 2015 by keosha

economics
aztec enterprises depends heavily on advertising to sell its products. management at aztec is allowed to spend $2million monthly on advertising, but no more than this amount. each month, aztec spends exactly $2million on advertising. what is aztec's elasticity of demand for ...
June 15, 2009 by mark

Marketing
Advertising turns off some people. They say that it insults their intelligence, and advertising claims are often untrue. Advertising is just used to 'sell thenm something". Others argue that advertising is beneficial and actually provides value for consumers. What are the ...
June 11, 2008 by China

statistics
1)According to past record the average daily sales for a sporting goods store was $3456.00. After a new advertising campaign, the manager wants to see if the average daily sales have changed. A random sample of 20 days gives a sample mean of 3655 with a standard deviation of $...
December 6, 2014 by Bobby

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

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

Statistics 15.10
The following data represnt x = boat sales and y = boat trailer sales from 1995-2000. Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Boat Sales 649 619 596 576 585 574 Boat Trailer Sales 207 194 181 174 168 159 a. Determine the least squares regression line and interpret its slope. b. ...
June 16, 2010 by Julia Brown

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
Plymouth Rock Securities is interested in finding out if there is a relationship between the number of new clients brought into the firm by a broker and the sales performance of the broker. A random sample of 11 brokers' records are reviewed to determine the number of new ...
May 8, 2014 by Mary

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

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

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 (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

finance
A company wants to invest in a new advertising program. Using the NPV method of capital budgeting, determine the proposal’s appropriateness and economic viability with the following information: • The new program will increase current sales, $10 million, by 20%. •The new ...
November 18, 2010 by liza

Communications
Consider how free speech supports the right to circulate goods, services, and images in the marketplace. In addition, consider how free speech in advertising has raised concerns about advertising manipulation, especially with regard to children, teens, and health. Discuss in ...
August 6, 2009 by James

communications
• Consider how free speech supports the right to circulate goods, services, and images in the marketplace. In addition, consider how free speech in advertising has raised concerns about advertising manipulation, especially with regard to children, teens, and health. • Discuss...
February 2, 2010 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

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

Accounting
You have recently been employed by a large retail chain that sells sporting goods. One of your tasks is to help prepare financial statements for external distribution. The chain's largest creditor, National Savings & Loan, requires that financial statements be prepared ...
October 2, 2011 by Nirav

Math Urgent!
A manufacturer has recorded the profit P (in dollars) when there is a monthly advertising expenditure of A dollars. The data is recorded in the following table. A 200 500 800 1100 1300 P 8030 14,480 14,630 8480 860 (a) Find a quadratic model for pro fit as a function of ...
April 28, 2014 by Kyle.R

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- 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

Economics
2. Advertising can inform buyers, but sellers must incur costs to advertise. If so, advertising can result in higher prices to consumers. Does this mean advertising is economically inefficient? If not, explain how it can simultaneously create value and increase market prices.
April 25, 2012 by Dee

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

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

math
Using the unit data by product line, compile a breakdown of sales by product line. Alpha = 218, beta 203 and gamma 107 What percentage of the total sales is for each product line? Also, currently the sales total equals 528,000 units. If the sales total was changed to 100,000 ...
August 22, 2010 by renww

Math 117
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. You can find the percent of growth in Home Depot’s sales from 2002 to 2006 by following these steps: • ...
January 7, 2012 by Goldi

Algebra
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. You can find the percent of growth in Home Depot’s sales from 2002 to 2006 by following these steps: • ...
July 4, 2010 by Devon

Math( help please ! )
The profit p(x) of a cosmetics company , in thousands of dollars . is given by p(x) =-5t^2=400x-2550, where x is the amount spent on advertising in thousands of dollars a) determine the maximum profit the company can make b) dtermine the amount spent on advertising that will ...
October 17, 2011 by Erin

Calc Help
The daily sales, S, in thousands of dollars, is a function of the money, x, spent on advertising (in thousands of dollars) according to: S(x)= -x^3+9x^2+6/6. Find the x-coordinate of the point of diminishing returns. How much money is spent on advertising when you reach the ...
March 7, 2007 by Rob

college - Advertising
Hi there, What is the criticisms of advertising? Any sites that talk about the criticisms of advertising?
February 11, 2009 by Kelvin

java programming
Create a Sales application that prompts the user for a series of sales figures and then implements a sorting routine on the sales figures. Output. Enter the number of sales made today: 15 Enter the amount of sales 1:25 Enter the amount of sales 2:65 Enter the amount of sales 3...
December 30, 2014 by Vlad

Math Alg2
The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amount, x, that they spend on advertising. How many computers will they sell by spending $100,000 on advertising? Round to the nearest whole number and do not include units in your answer.
April 12, 2012 by Moonshadow

Economics
Give at least one example of a form of advertising that influences consumer behavior — that is, advertising that persuades people to buy a good or service that otherwise would not have purchased.
September 30, 2013 by Mary

Algebra
1.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. 2002: 5.82 x 10^10 2006: 9.08 x 10^10 You can find the percent of growth in Home Depot’s sales from 2002 ...
January 20, 2008 by Kim

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

Math- Alg 2
The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amount, x, that they spend on advertising. How many computers will they sell by spending $80,000 on advertising? Round to the nearest whole number and do not include units in your answer. N(x) = 100 + 20 * In(0.25x)
January 26, 2012 by CAMILA

Pre-Calc
A company produces portable cassette players estimates that the profit P (in dollars) for selling a particular model is P=-76x^3+4830x^2-320,000, 0 ≤ x ≤ 50, where x is the advertising expense (in tens of thousands of dollars). Using this model, find the smaller of...
January 20, 2015 by Sam

C Programming
Write a C program that accepts sales made by 5 sales reps for the 4 months that they have been selling the company's products. The program should then find the total sales for 4 months, total sales for each sales rep, and total sales per month. The highest and lowest sales ...
September 9, 2014 by Blessing

Math( help please ! )
The profit p(x) of a cosmetics company , in thousands of dollars,is given by p(x)=-5x^2+400x-2550, where x is the amount spent on advertising , in thousands of dollars a) determine the max profit the company can make b)Determine the amount spent on advertising that will result...
October 17, 2011 by Melissa

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

Statistics
Using the following Minitab output write the straight line (least squares) equation and the correlation coefficient. The regression equation is Sales = 27.2 + 0.252 Exp Predictor Coef SE Coef T P Constant 27.195 5.781 4.70 0.005 Exp 0.2517 0.4201 0.60 0.575 S = 8.97833 R-Sq = ...
March 6, 2013 by BettieLee

Math
Statistics show that the sales force of a certain company successfully closed 296 sales out of 800 sales calls. What was their percent success rate?
July 4, 2014 by Diana

algebra
An advertising agency conducted a survey and found that the number of units sold, N, is related to the amount, a, spent on advertising (in dollars) by the following formula:
February 18, 2015 by Helen

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

MARKETING
8. Net-4-You is an Internet Service Provider that charges its 1 million customers $19.95 per month for its service. The company's variable costs are $.50 per customer per month. In addition, the company spends $.50 per month per customer. or $6 million annually, on a customer ...
May 8, 2010 by BABI

business
For dollars spent on advertising - What dollars of sales produced?
November 29, 2011 by trish

Math
The profit p(x) of a perfume company , in thousands of dollars,is given by p(x)=-5x^2+400x-2550, where x is the amount spent on advertising , in thousands of dollars a) determine the max profit the company can make b)Determine the amount spent on advertising that will result ...
October 18, 2011 by Jezebel

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

algebra
An advertising agency conducted a survey and found that the number of units sold, N, is related to the amount a spent on advertising (in dollars) by the following formula: N = 4,500 + 200 ln a (a ˇÝ 1)How many units are sold after spending $1,000?
November 10, 2013 by Jodie

HCS/539
What advertising, publicity, and sales promotion tools might be combined to market a new health care product and service? Provide examples.
April 11, 2010 by DIANE

C Programming
how do i write a C program that accepts sales made by 5 sales reps for the 4 months that they have been selling the company's products. The program should then find the total sales for 4 months, total sales for each sales rep, and total sales per month. The highest and lowest ...
September 9, 2014 by Anonymous

business math
Statistics show that the sales force of a certain company successfully closed 352 sales out of 800 sales calls. What was their percent success rate?
May 12, 2014 by Anonymous

math
An advertising agency conducted a survey and found that the number of units sold, N, is related to the amount a spent on advertising (in dollars) by the following formula: N = 1,500 + 300 ln a (a ≥ 1) How many units are sold after spending $1,000?
November 10, 2013 by lisa

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
The total sales of a company in 2008 were $45,000. In 2011, it grew to $84,000. Use  as the number of years since 2000 and  as the total sales, and answer the following: a. What is the rate of change (slope) in the total sales? b. Write an equation in both point-slope form ...
January 21, 2012 by Marta P

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

geometry
Martha works as a salesperson for momentum sales. she earns $1,000 per month plus 15% commission on her sales. a. write an equation that expresses t, her income for one month as a function of x, her total sales for the month. b. River City Sales, another company in the same ...
February 22, 2008 by gg

Accounting
The following unadjusted trial balance is prepared at fiscal year-end for Nelson Company. NELSON COMPANY Unadjusted Trial Balance January 31, 2013 Debit Credit Cash $ 26,150 Merchandise inventory 14,500 Store supplies 5,000 Prepaid insurance 2,100 Store equipment 42,800 ...
October 16, 2013 by Denise

Financial Accounting
Account for warranties. Key Company offers a three-year warranty on its premium door locks. During the year, the company had sales of $100,000. Related to the sales, warranty costs should be approximately $3,000 per year. How much warranty expense related to these sales will ...
May 26, 2013 by Tammy smith

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

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

Accounting-Journal Entry
Sales for the month were $650,000, 85% of sales were on account. Gross margin is 40% of sales.
November 15, 2010 by Thara

Accounting-Journal Entry
Sales for the month were $650,000, 85% of sales were on account. Gross margin is 40% of sales.
November 16, 2010 by Thara

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

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