Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $3,500 and Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in

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  1. math

    1. Divide. Write your answer in simplest form. 2/3 / 1/4 2. Find the product. 1/2 x 3/7 3. Divide. Write the quotient in simplest form. 3/5 / 2/10 4. Divide. Write the quotient in simplest form. 3/4 / 4/5 plz help me

  2. Math

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $3,500 and Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  3. algebriac expression

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  4. math

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  5. Math

    Mary and Aperna worked together to mow a neighbor's lawn. They were paid $25.50. To split the money equally Mary wants to divide by 2. Aperna disagrees and says that we need to multiply. by how much do we need to multiply? explain. Please help i don'seem

  6. accoutning

    what is an advantage of the partnership form of business organization is? 1. unlimited liability 2. mutual agency 3. ease of formation 4. limited life

  7. math

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $3,500 and Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  8. ECON

    You’ve recently learned that the company where you work is being sold for $500,000. The company’s income statement indicates current profits of $25,000, which have yet to be paid out as dividends. Assuming the company will remain a “going concern”

  9. math

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $3,500 and Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  10. Pre-Algebra

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $9,000, Y invests $7,000, Z invests $4,000. If the profits are $4,800, how much less does x receive compared to having the profits divided in proportion to the amounts

  11. math

    First year profits of a business were $900 . Second year profits were $1200 . What percent of the first year profits were the second year profits.

  12. Corporate Finance

    A project cost $1 million and has a base-case NPV of exactly zero (NPV = 0). What is the projects' APV in the following cases? a. If the firm invests, it has to raise $500,000 by a stock issue. Issue costs are 15% of net proceeds. b. If the firm invests,

  13. Math

    Question: Is 38/53 in simplest form? Explain why or why not. If not, write it in simplest form. My Written Answer: 38/53 is in it's simplest form because the greatest and only common factor of 38 and 53 is one and if you divide 38 by 1 you'll get 38 and if

  14. XD

    James, Karen, and Lou are hiking. Lou forgot to bring any water. James brought 2 gallons of water and Karen brought 1 3/4 gallons of water. The three of them agree to divide all the water equally among them. Lou gives $2 for the water he receives, which

  15. PRACTICAL EXERCISE LOCAL STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

    2. Mrs. Carroll and Ms. Howard decide to divide all profits and share all losses using a fixed ratio. If the ratio agreed upon is in proportion to their original investment, what would be Ms. Howard’s share of a $60,000 end-of-year profit? (Hint: The

  16. Math

    Four members of a club decide to buy shares in a company. They will divide the cost equally. Two new members join the club and agree to contribute to the shares. Their contribution results in a savings of $200 for each of the original four members. How

  17. World History Answer Check

    "Society is indeed a contract. Subordinate contracts for objects of mere occasional interest may be dissolved at pleasure--but the state ought not to be considered as nothing better than a partnership agreement in a trade of pepper and coffee...taken up

  18. history

    C/C between american slavery and encomienda system. The encomienda system was a form of land ownership set up after 1492 to divide both the lands and peoples of the New World into workable pieces that were run by Spanish settlers. This system was abused.

  19. English

    Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 7:59pm. 1. I totally disagree with you. 2. I completely disagree with you. 3. I entirely disagree with you. ( Do they mean that I don't agree with you at all?) (Are they grammatical? What is the difference

  20. English

    Could you please tell me if the following sentences are possible? Thank you. The principal of my school has asked me to find an Irish school which would be interested in a Comenius partnership with our school, a French high school and a German high school.

  21. math

    Leroy invests $7,500 at 15% simple interest per year. How much interest will he earn in 10 months?

  22. GOVERNMENT HELP

    Another one. Which Amendment? Jerry had to remain in jail until he was able to post a $500 bond. I think it's the Eighth amendment because it guarantees freedom from excessive bail. I'm not sure though because $500 doesn't seem to be excessive. Any

  23. algebra

    In printing an article of 48,000 words, a printer decides to use two sizes of type. Using the larger type, a printed page contains 1,800 words. Using a smaller type, a page contains 2,400 words. The article is allotted 21 full pages in a magazine. How many

  24. Business Law

    Limited Liability Companies. John, Lesa, and Trevor form a limited liability company. John contributes 60% of the capital, and Lesa and Trevor each contribute 20%. Nothing is decided about how profits will be divided. John assumes that he will be entitled

  25. Accaounting

    Laura’s investment in a new partnership includes $1,000 in cash and $5,000 of equipment. The new partnership is assuming $500 of Laura’s accounts payable. The partnership entry should be which of the following? A. Debit Laura’s Capital $5,500; debit

  26. Accounting

    Dividing Partnership Income Desmond Drury and Ty Wilkins have decided to form a partnership. They have agreed that Drury is to invest $140,700 and that Wilkins is to invest $60,300. Drury is to devote full time to the business, and Wilkins is to devote

  27. matc

    Al invests $5,500, at 6% interest, compounded monthly for one year. Calculate the annual percentage yield for his investment.

  28. bmath

    Ben invests $19,500 at 12% interest compounded quarterly for 10 years. Calculate the compound amount for his investment.

  29. college algebra

    I think this is an exponential equation. I can not figure out how to put the equation into the TI-84 to get the approximate form 3/5 ln(5x-1)+1 =1.4 subtract 1 from sides and divide by 3/5 lh(5x-1)=0.6667 Put in logarithm form e^0.6667=5x-1 add 1 to both

  30. aptitude

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $3,500 and Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  31. Math

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500, Y invests $4,500, and Z invests $1,000. If the profits are $1,500, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  32. math 2 questions

    Three indviduals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $6,500, Y invests $2,000, and Z invests $1,500. If the profits are $3,000, how much less does X receive then if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount

  33. algabra

    Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divid the profits equally. x invest $9000, y invest $7000 z invest $4000. how much much less does x receive than if the profists were divided in proportion to the amount invest

  34. Finance

    Dean and Jerry formed a partnership, agreeing to share profits and losses equally. Dean will receive a guaranteed payment of $48,000 per year. The partnership has $240,000 net income from operations for the year, before considering the guaranteed payment.

  35. Business Law

    In each of following situtations. is there any violation of fiduciary relationship by a partner. In each case, indicate whether it would make difference if the partnership was informed of and/or approved the transaction. 1. Partner A sells land to his

  36. Accounting

    Needs the entries for the following scenarios: Capital accounts as follows : Mason ; 90,000 Jiri; 30,000 James; 60,000 a) Frank pays mason 25,000 for 20% of masons interest in the company b) Frank invests 60,000 cash in the partnership for a 40% interest

  37. accounting

    Partners Smith and Jones decide to close their business and share the profits equally. They sell the partnership's non-cash assets. The transactions for the sales are below: 1. The merchandise inventory, which cost $45,000, was sold for $38,000. 2. The

  38. math

    Three men, A,B and C upon forming a partnership, invest $1,800, $2,500 and $4,000 respectively. The net profits at year's end amounted to $415. How many dollars should B's share the profit be?

  39. math

    Three men, A, B, and C upon forming a partnership, invest $1,800, $2,500 and $4,000 respectively. The net profits at year's end amounted to $415. How many dollars should B's share of the profit be?

  40. Microeconomics

    3. Suppose that a business incurred implicit costs of $500,000 and explicit costs of $6 million in a specific year. If the firm sold 100,000 units of its output at $60 per unit, its accounting: A) profits were $100,000 and its economic profits were zero.

  41. business law

    . John, Lesa, and Trevor form a limited liability company. John contributes 60% of the capital, and Lesa and Trevor each contribute 20%. Nothing is decided about how profits will be divided. John assumes that he will be entitled to 60% of the profits, in

  42. Advanced Accounting

    Mr. Right and Mr. Wrong own an antique store in a partnership. They share profits and losses equally and receive an annual salary of $50,000, as per the partnership agreement. Mr. Right travels the country buying antiques. Mr. Wrong manages the store. From

  43. Business Law

    Under the Revised Uniform Partnership Act a. partners are co-owners of partnership property b. partners don't have transferable economic interests c. partnership property is owned by the partnership d. the partnership is an aggregate rather than an entity

  44. Economics

    Suppose that a tour bus business incurred implicit costs of $600,000 and explicit costs of $7 million in a specific year. If the firm sold 125,000 tours at $60 per person, its accounting: A) profits were $100,000 and its economic profits were $500,000. B)

  45. MATH

    Suppose the annual expected mortality rate from coronary disease is 500 per 100,000 individuals. In a specific community of 600,000 individuals, how many deaths are expected to be attributed to coronary heart disease over a one year period? my work:

  46. accounting ..urgent pls

    can you help please.. PROB 1: A, B and C shared the profit of Rs. 9,00,000 in the ratio of 2:2:1 without providing for interest on B’s loan, B granted a loan of Rs. 4,00,000 in the beginning of accounting year. Where as the partnership deed is silent on

  47. Algebra

    James, Karen, and Lou are hiking. Lou forgot to bring any water. James brought 2 gallons of water and Karen brought 1 and 3/4 gallons of water. The three of them agree to divide all the water equally among them. Lou gives $2 for the water he receives,

  48. Accounting 102

    Turner and Isham agreed to form a partnership. Turner contributed $ 200,000 in cash, and Isham contributed assets with a fair market value of $ 400,000. The partnership, in its initial year, reported net income of $ 120,000. Assume that the partnership

  49. accounting ..urgent pls

    please help me to solve this problem. THANK YOU AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS. L. Carson agrees to pay $10,000 each to to C. Ames and D. Barker for 1/3 of their interest in the Ames-Barker partnership. At the time of the admission of Carson, each partner

  50. English

    Could you please check this letter I have to write to the principal of a school? Thank you. 1) The principal of my school is enthusiastic about the idea of starting a partnership with your school. 2) As you know, our students are between 14 and 18 years

  51. Economics / Finance

    What is the distinguishing feature of the limited partnership? (a)The partners run the business together and share all profits and losses according to the partnership agreement. (b)The partners have liabilities limited to their personal assets only.

  52. ROI and NPV

    In the following problems, you will calculate the “simple metrics” for project selection. For these problems, please use the following data and assume discount rate (interest rate) of 0.06. Project A The upfront cost of the project is $500,000. This

  53. Federal Taxation

    In 2005 Russell acquired and interest iin a partnership in which he is not a material participant. The partnership was profitable through 2008, and Russell's basis in partnership interest at the beginning of 2009 was $50,000. Russell's share of the

  54. microeconomics

    In order to maximize profits or minimize losses, a competitive firm will produce at the point where MC = MR. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? * i am thinking that i would agree because firms have to reach a equilibrium to off set the losses

  55. English

    I urgently need you to check these few sentences.I need to reword sentence two. I need to convince them to start a partnership with our school. 1)Thank you very much for your last e-mail. I really hope your teachers will agree to work on a common project

  56. accounting

    is any one can help me in solving these problem.thank you and may GOD blees u always. Problem Solving: 1. Xiat is a partner who used the stock of the firm worth Php 10,000 and suffered a loss of Php 2,000. He went the firm to bear the loss. How much

  57. Math

    What was the percent increase in the mean population from 1950 to 2000? 1950 - 426,000,000 2000 - 1,046,500,000 DO I divide 426,000,000 by 1,046,500,000 which is 40.7%? No. First you find the difference in the mean population. Then you take the diiference

  58. math

    write the hidden question or questions in the problem Billy Bob wins $500 in a school raffle. He decides to keep $120 for himself, give $60 to charity, and divide the rest equally among his 5 brothers & sisters. How much will each brother zor sister

  59. Accounting

    Anybody out there who can help enlighten me with the following problem PLEASE don't hesitate :) TIA.. The Struter Partnership has total partners' equity of $510,000, which is made up of Main, Capital, $400,000, and Frist, Capital, $110,000. Ther partners

  60. interest

    Bryan invests $500 in an account earning 4% interest that compounds annually. If he makes no additional deposits or withdraws, how much will be in the account: About how long would it take to double his $500 investment? Round to one decimal place.

  61. Profit & Loss

    how do i calculate this problem? A and B are in partnership sharing profits and losses in the ratio 3:2 respectively. Profit for the year was $86,500. The partners’ capital and current account balance at the beginning of the year: Current accounts – A

  62. business law

    Hi can you tell me if i am opening a videogame company. What will be my LLC, reason for selecting that entity. Go over the pros and cons for a business to select an LLC over the other possible business entity types. Then ask, what business entity type is

  63. Local Standards And Regulations

    Sunny Smiles Day Care Center is organized as a partnership. Which one of the following business tax forms will the owners need to file 75 days after the close of the fiscal year? A. Form 990 B. Schedule C C. Form 1065 D. Form 1120 My answer is (A) can

  64. pre-algebra

    Translate the following into an inequality. Do not solve. Profits in the second quarter for a local retailer were all 112% of that in the first quarter. Profits in the third quarter were 87% of that in the first quarter. The profits for the three

  65. accounting

    kindly please help me. B1, G1, and P1 formed a partnership. They agreed that B1 will receive a bonus of 10% of partnership net income. B1 and G1 will receive salary allowances of $10,000 and $8,000, respectively, and the remaining income is allocated

  66. math

    what is 84 over 100 in simplest form? If i had a calculater i could help you but i can't do it on paper hit me up this is shawn and help me with my problem I don't know what you call simplest form? 84/100 could be written as 0.84. If you want it reduced to

  67. business

    According to the Uniform Partnership Act, the three key elements of any general partnership are

  68. Business 101

    Please check my work. 1.The employees of Abs “R” Us, which includes 12 fitness parlors in and around the metro area, feel they can improve the performance of the company. They decide to pool their resources to purchase the company. This would be called

  69. math

    convert to lowest terms 676/1000 how do i do this divide by 2 338/500 divide by 2 169/250

  70. Math

    Juanita invests $3,500, at 8% interest, compounded annually for 4 years?

  71. business math

    Anny invests $8,500, at 6% interest, compounded quarterly for 12 years?

  72. accounting

    Marvin is planning to open a fabric dyeing business. He plans to do large scale dyeing of both fabric bolts and ready-to-wear garments. The source of business will be garment makers and cleaners. He has worked in this part of the fashion industry and knows

  73. accounting

    Marvin is planning to open a fabric dyeing business. He plans to do large scale dyeing of both fabric bolts and ready-to-wear garments. The source of business will be garment makers and cleaners. He has worked in this part of the fashion industry and knows

  74. Ecology

    Menge and colleagues performed experiments in which they exposed some populations of mussels to sea stars and excluded sea stars from other mussel populations. Suppose that the sea star population consists of 20 individuals and the two populations of

  75. Biology

    Menge and colleagues performed experiments in which they exposed some populations of mussels to sea stars and excluded sea stars from other mussel populations. Suppose that the sea star population consists of 20 individuals and the two populations of

  76. Physics

    I agree with this and see were it comes from net force = (delta p)/t so momentum is conserved when net force equals zero... net force = (delta p)/t 0 = (delta p)/t however the following is not true 0 = (delta p)/t = P - Po were p is momentum and Po is used

  77. statistics

    For a certain group of individuals, the mean hemoglobin level in the blood is 21.0 grams per milliliter (g/ml). The standard deviation is 2 g/ml. If a sample of 25 individuals is selected, find the probability that the mean will be greater than 21.3 g/ml.

  78. math

    if i have 18527 cookies and i have 3 friends how can i divide them equally?

  79. maths

    How to divide equally a 6cm line into 7 equall parts?

  80. human services

    Are human service or health care organizations expected to act in a more ethical manner than for-profit organizations? Why wouldn't one expect all organizations and individuals to act ethically? Like Bob, I hope all organizations and individuals act

  81. math

    Scott invests $1,500, at 12% interest, compounded quarterly for 8 years. Use Table 11-1 to calculate the compound amount for his investment

  82. Math

    If the three friends equally divide the profit from selling the 13 t-shirts, how much will each receive?

  83. Genetics

    A certain form of albinism in humans is recessive and autosomal. Assume that 1% of the individuals in a given population are albino. Assuming that the population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, what percentage of the individuals in this population is

  84. Genetics

    A certain form of albinism in humans is recessive and autosomal. Assume that 1% of the individuals in a given population are albino. Assuming that the population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, what percentage of the individuals in this population is

  85. Economics

    Please check my work! Thanks! 1. The employees of Abs “R” Us, which includes 12 fitness parlors in and around the metro area, feel they can improve the performance of the company. They decide to pool their resources to purchase the company. This would

  86. math

    Three friends Nick, Rachel and Ahmed have a lemonade stand. They decide to share the profits the following way. Nick gets 2/3 of the total profits. Rachel will get 1/4 of the total profits. Explain why Ahmed will get 1/12 of the total profits. Give reasons

  87. math

    i have 8litres of poridge and want to divide it equally and only have tins 5litres and 3litres .solve

  88. math

    Divide. 3/4 divide into 9 Write each result in simplest form.

  89. English

    I urgently need to express these concepts. (Actually, I tried to express the same concept in two different ways). I hope you can help me. 1) Thank you very much for your cooperation in carrying out a common project involving both our school. 2) I can

  90. Math

    Mr. Anderson wants to divide 2 1/2 pizzas equally among 5 people. What fraction of a whole pizza should each person receive? *

  91. public health

    An investor who has $1,000,000 is thinking of investing in building and operating a private hospital, but he is unable to decide about the form of business that is most suitable to his investment. - Sole proprietorship. - Partnership. - Or Corporation. As

  92. math

    Jane invests 500 at t=0 at a nominal annual interest rate of 6%, compounded quarterly. What additional amount will she need to invest at t=2 in order to have a total of 1,000 at t=5?

  93. English

    I forgot to include this part. Thank you. 1) The principal of my school has asked me to find an Irish school which would be interested in a Comenius partnership with our school, a French high school and a German high school. 2) The project will be mainly

  94. Math

    5) A car manufacturer has manufacturing plants in 3 major cities. Below are the daily amounts of cars produced per plant for 3 different model types. (matrix A) Model X Model Y Model Z Plant A 12 10 0 Plant B 4 4 20 Plant C 8 9 12 Due to wage increases,

  95. Microeconomics

    Which of the following is most likely to be true of economic and accounting profits? a. economic profits are less than accounting profits. b. accounting profits are less than economic profits. c.economic profits plus accounting profits equal zero. d.

  96. actuarial science

    A life insurer receives $500,000 in premiums and invests them at an interest rate of 3.5% per annum. Calculate the accumulated value after 2 years (to 2 decimal places). answer: 535612.50

  97. Business Studies

    1.(a) Sunita is working as a nurse in a near by Hospital. Her son falls ill and she takes care of him at home. Is it an economic activity? Give reasons in support of your answer.(in 60-80 words) (b) Suresh had gone to Dubai and brought lots of perfume from

  98. math

    Brianna invests $3,500, at 12% interest, compounded quarterly for 1 year. Manually calculate the compound interest for this investment.

  99. tax

    Bailey owns a 20% interest in a partnership (not involved in real estate) in which his at-risk amount was $25,000 at the beginning of the year. During the year, Bailey receives a distribution of $20,000 from the partnership. The partnership produces an

  100. Math Word Problem

    Sales of frozen pizza for a club fund-raiser increased from 500 one year to 575 the next year. What was the percent of increase? Would I divide 500 by 75?

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