1. Math

    Tracy Company, a manufacturer of air conditioners, sold 100 units to Thomas Company on November 26. The units have a list price of $500 each, but Thomas was given a 30% trade discount. The terms of the sale were 2/10, n/30. Thomas uses a periodic inventory
  2. Linear Programming

    I really really need help with this question, i've tried it different ways and end up confusing myself more. It's a multi schedule question and my biggest block is coming up with the objective function. HELP!!! The Homespun Company produces an air
  3. Accounting: Break even point

    How much profit increase for every unity sold over the break-even point Break-even point: This is the point in the annual output where the number of units sold, or number of services provided, produces enough gross profit to cover all the fixed overhead
  4. math

    A company's weekly profit, in riyals, is modeled by the function P(u)=-0.032u^2+46u-3000. where u is the number of units sold each week. a) the maximum weekly profit b) the loss for week's holiday period, where no units are sold c) the number of units sold
  5. algebra (please help)

    A small software company invests $30,000 to produce a software package that will sell for $64.95. Each unit can be produced for $42.25. (Round your answers to the nearest whole number.) (a) How many units must be sold to break even? units (b) How many
  6. Algebra

    A small software company invests $30,000 to produce a software package that will sell for $64.95. Each unit can be produced for $42.25. (Round your answers to the nearest whole number.) (a) How many units must be sold to break even? units (b) How many
  7. Managerial Economics

    Since dry cleaning produces air pollution, a small town with two dry cleaning companies has decided to regulate the dry cleaning industry. The two dry cleaning companies, Company A and Company B, currently produce 350 units of air pollution, which the town
  8. business

    Lansing Auto Pats, Inc., has projected sales of $25,000 in October , $35,000 in November, and $30,000 in December of the company’s sales 20 percent are paid for by cash and 80 percent are sold on credit. The credit sales are collected one month after the
  9. Acounting 202

    Dokken & Dietrich’s Donut Company pays for 25% of its inventory purchases in the month of the purchase and the remainder in the following month. The company’s inventory purchases totaled $840,000 in October, $920,000 in November, and $600,000 in
  10. Physics

    Air conditioners sold in the United States are given a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) rating that consumers can use to compare different models. A SEER rating is the ratio of heat pumped to energy input, similar to a COP but using English units,
  11. Math

    A hair product company sells three types of hair products for $30, $20, and $10 per unit. In one year, the total revenue for the three products was $800,000, which corresponded to the sale of 40,000 units. The company sold half as many units of the $30
  12. math

    A company's weekly profit, in riyals, is modeled by the function P(u)=-0.032u^2+46u-3000. where u is the number of units sold each week. a) the maximum weekly profit. Answer: 13531.25 riyals b) the loss for week's holiday period, where no units are sold
  13. math

    A company's weekly profit, in riyals, is modeled by the function P(u)=-0.032u^2+46u-3000. where u is the number of units sold each week. a) the maximum weekly profit. Answer: 13531.25 riyals b) the loss for week's holiday period, where no units are sold
  14. COLLEGE ACCOUNTING

    Sunset Company uses the periodic inventory method and had the following inventory information available: Units Unit Cost 1/1 Beginning Inventory 200 $6.20 1/20 Purchase 300 $6.50 7/25 Purchase 200 $6.80 10/20 Purchase 300 $7.00 A physical count of
  15. Math Problem (please help)

    A small software company invests $30,000 to produce a software package that will sell for $64.95. Each unit can be produced for $42.25. How many units must be sold to break even? How many units must be sold to make a profit of $100,000?
  16. Math

    The monthly profit P, in thousands of pesos of a company can be estimated by the formula P(x)= -3x^2+30x+2, where x is the number of units sold per month. Find the number of units that must be sold by the company to maximize its profit and then find the
  17. lehman

    Hair Products A hair product company sells three types of hair products for $30, $20, and $10 per unit. In one year, the total revenue for the three products was $800,000, which corresponded to the sale of 40,000 units. The company sold half as many units
  18. Maths

    A company is planning to manufacture and sell a new headphone set. After conducting extensive market surveys, the research department provide the following estimates: Marginal costs function: c^' (x)=RM(40+0.4x) where x is the quantity sold for the fixed
  19. Accounting

    XO company sold merchandise on account to Brandy company, $14000 , terms FOB shipping point, 2/10, n/30. XO company paid transportation costs of $350, which were added to the invoice. The cost of the merchandise sold was $8000
  20. Accounting

    Blane Company has the following data: Total Sales 800,000, Total Variable Costs 300,000, Fixed Costs 200,000, Units Sold 50,000, What will operating income be if units sold double to 100,000 units?
  21. MATH

    Jones Company had 100 units in beginning inventory at a total cost of $10,000.The company purchased 200 units at a total cost of $26,000. At the end of the year, Jones had 80 units in ending inventory. Compute the cost of the ending inventory and the cost
  22. business math

    A videocassette manufacturer has determined that its weekly cost equation is C = 3000 + 10x, where x is the number of cassettes produced and sold each week. If cassettes are sold for $15 each to distributions, how many must be sold each week for the
  23. Calculus

    If the derivative can be thought of as a marginal revenue function for x units (in hundreds of items) sold, and the revenue for a company is given by the function. R(x) = 30x^3 - 120x^2 + 500 for 0 _< x _< 100, a. Sketch the graphs of the functions R(x)
  24. Calculus

    If the derivative can be thought of as a marginal revenue function for x units (in hundreds of items) sold, and the revenue for a company is given by the function. R(x) = 30x^3 ¨C 120x^2 + 500 f or 0 ¡Ü x ¡Ü 100, a. Sketch the graphs of the functions
  25. Calculus

    If the derivative can be thought of as a marginal revenue function for x units (in hundreds of items) sold, and the revenue for a company is given by the function. R(x) = 30x^3 - 120x^2 + 500 f or 0 ¡Ü x ¡Ü 100, a. Sketch the graphs of the functions
  26. Calculus

    If the derivative can be thought of as a marginal revenue function for x units (in hundreds of items) sold, and the revenue for a company is given by the function. R(x) = 30x^3 - 120x^2 + 500 for 0 _< x _< 100, a. Sketch the graphs of the functions R(x)
  27. Calculus

    If the derivative can be thought of as a marginal revenue function for x units (in hundreds of items) sold, and the revenue for a company is given by the function. R(x) = 30x^3 ¨C 120x^2 + 500 f or 0 ¡Ü x ¡Ü 100, a. Sketch the graphs of the functions
  28. Finance accounting

    Eddings Company had a beginning inventory of 400 units of Product XNA at a cost of $8.00 per unit. During the year, purchases were: Feb. 20 600 units at $9 Aug. 12 300 units at $11 May 5 500 units at $10 Dec. 8 200 units at $12 Eddings Company uses a
  29. math

    Eddings Company had a beginning inventory of 400 units of Product XNA at a cost of $8.00 per unit. During the year, purchases were: Feb. 20 600 units at $9 May 5 500 units at $10 Aug. 12 300 units at $11 Dec. 8 200 units at $12 Eddings Company uses a
  30. accounting

    Eddings Company had a beginning inventory of 400 units of Product XNA at a cost of $8.00 per unit. During the year, purchases were: Feb. 20 600 units at $9 Aug. 12 300 units at $11 May 5 500 units at $10 Dec. 8 200 units at $12 Eddings Company uses a
  31. Algebra

    A company has a fixed monthly manufacturing cost of $12,000 and it costs $0.95 to produce a mechanical pencil. They then sell each pencil for $1.25. How many units must be sold before this company breaks even?
  32. Math

    4. The Alan Company bought 80 tickets for a jazz company. After giving away 20 tickets to customers, the company sold the rest to the employees for half of the purchase price. If the company absorbed a $1,000 loss on all tickets , how much did an employee
  33. math

    In 2014, Timmers, Inc. (a retail clothing company) sold 102,300 units of its product at an average price of $100.00 per unit. The company reported estimated returns and allowances in 2014 of 1.5 percent of gross revenue. Timmers actually purchased 109,500
  34. Pre-Calculus

    A car manufacturing company (the Company) can produce a car for $3000.00 and a truck for $5000.00. Suppose "C" cars and "T" trucks are sold to the dealer at mark-ups, respectively, of 20 and 30 percent. If the Company made a profit of $27 million on sales
  35. Accounting urgent

    Prepare the journal entries to record the following transactions on Panther Company’s books using a perpetual inventory system. (For multiple debit/credit entries, list accounts in order of magnitude.) (a) On March 2 Panther Company sold $853,700 of
  36. algebra

    A consumer electronics company sells 6.7 million MP3 players per month at a price of $100 apiece; when the price is lowered to $80, the company sells 10.2 million players per month. How many MP3 players can the company expect to sell per month at a price
  37. accounting

    "Harris Company manufactures and sells a single product. A partically completed schedule of the company's total and per unit cost over the relevant range of 30,000 to 50,000 per units produced and sold are: United produced and Sold: 30,000 ; 40,000; 50,000
  38. Pre-Calculus

    A car manufacturing company (the Company) can produce a car for $3000.00 and a truck for $5000.00. Suppose "C" cars and "T" trucks are sold to the dealer at mark-ups, respectively, of 20 and 30 percent. If the Company made a profit of $27 million on sales
  39. Math

    A company reaches the break - even point when its total revenue equals its total cost. The company sells their product at $ 25 per unit. If their total cost is $ 3,000 plus a unit cost of $ 12 , does the company break - even when 200 units are sold? (a)
  40. Tech

    If a company produces something and is able to dominate the market as a result, that company would be called: A. a sponsor. B. a Dominant Client. C. a Monopolistic Maker. D. a manufacturer. is it B
  41. math

    a computer company can sell 1000 computers if they price them at $500. The number sold will increase by 10 for every 1$ decrease in the price. The company has fixed cost of $100,000, and each computer costs $300 to produce. Find the price that will
  42. inter Algebra

    A startup company can sell 1000 computers if they price them at $500. The number sold will increase by 10 for every $1 decrease in the price. The company has fixed costs of $100,000, and each computer costs 4300 To produce. find the price that will
  43. Math - Statistics

    A company claims that no more than 5% of a particular product has a defect. In a shipment of 15 units, what is the probability of receiving 3 or 4 defective units? This cannot be answered the way the question is worded. What you need to know is the
  44. precal

    Spider Industries is a U.S.-based company that test-marketed an electronic cobweb destroyer in Japan. The company's revenue, R, is a function of the number of destroyers sold, x, using the following formula R = 160x -0.2x^2. If the company sold their
  45. Accounting

    In its first month of operation, Kuhlman Company purchased 130 units of inventory for $6, then 230 units for $7, and finally 170 units for $8. At the end of the month, 200 units remained. Compute the amount of phantom profit that would result if the
  46. Accounting

    The Divine Merchandising Corporation began March operations with merchandise inventory of 6 units, each of which cost $27. During March, Divine Merchandising made the following purchases: (1) March 4, 12 units @ $28 per unit, (2) March 15, 18 units @ $30
  47. Math

    The fixed cost is $500,000 and the variable cost is $.50 per cd. The company sells each CD to record stores for $5. X represents the number of cds produced and sold. How many disks must be sold for the company to break even?
  48. inter Algebra

    A start up computer company can sell 1000 computers if they price them at $500. The number sold will increase by 10 for every $1 decrease in the price. The company has fixed costs of $100,000, and each computer costs $300 to produce. Find the price that
  49. accounting

    A company that uses perpetual inventory system made the following cash purchases and sales: January 1 Purchased 100 units at $10 per unit. February 5: Purchased 60 units at $12 per unit. March 16: Sold 40 units for $16 per unit. Prepare general journal
  50. business law

    1. Newman decided to rent his home at 32nd and Chestnut Streets. On January 2, 2010, he met with Kramer to discuss terms of a two year lease. Kramer noticed that there were no air conditioning units in the home. He told Newman that he would not rent the
  51. financial managerial accounting

    Boeing Company is the largest manufacturer of commercial aircraft in the United States and is a major employer in Seattle, Washington. Explain why each of the following individuals or organizations would be interested in financial information about the
  52. accounting

    A company that uses perpetual inventory system made the following cash purchases and sales: January 1 Purchased 100 units at $10 per unit. February 5: Purchased 60 units at $12 per unit. March 16: Sold 40 units for $16 per unit. Prepare general journal
  53. cuyamaca

    Eddings Company had a beginning inventory of 400 units of Product XNA at a cost of $8.00 per unit. During the year, purchases were: Feb. 20 600 units at $9 Aug. 12 300 units at $11 May 5 500 units at $10 Dec. 8 200 units at $12 Eddings Company uses a
  54. math

    company A:1/5 company B:4/25 company C:2/5 company D:3/20 Question:What fraction of the U.S sales did Company C and Company B hold together?
  55. Accounting

    Jones Company had 100 units in beginning inventory at a total cost of $10,000.The company purchased 200 units at a total cost of $26,000. At the end of the year, Jones had 80 units in ending inventory. Instructions (a) Compute the cost of the ending
  56. precal

    Spider Industries is a U.S.-based company that test-marketed an electronic cobweb destroyer in Japan. The company's revenue, R, is a function of the number of destroyers sold, x, using the following formula R = 160x -0.2x^2. How many destroyers must the
  57. managerial accounting

    32) Sarker manufacturing company produces and sells 40,000 units of a single product. Variable costs total $80,000 and fixed costs total $120,000. If each unit is sold for $8, what markup percentage is the company using?
  58. math

    The pricing policy of a company follows the demand equation p=D(x). D(x) being the price per unit when x units are demanded. After studying the market trends the company determines the price function that is given by D(x)= 2000-4x. If the product is to be
  59. calc

    A new software company wants to start selling DVDs with their product. The manager notices that when the price for a DVD is 16 dollars, the company sells 134 units per week. When the price is 27 dollars, the number of DVDs sold decreases to 89 units per
  60. Finance

    Sarker manufacturing company produces and sells 40,000 units of a single product. Variable costs total $80,000 and fixed costs total $120,000. If each unit is sold for $8, what markup percentage is the company using? A. 60.0% B. 160% C. 75% D. 133%
  61. Capital Budgeting

    A company has revenues of 100 per unit sold. Current sales are 7500 units. Labor rates are 15 per hour. It takes 1.2 hours of labor to make each buggy. Material costs are 13.50 per unit. Figures are expected to remain the same permanently if the company
  62. math

    The Math-Is-Fun T-shirt Company manufactures and sells screen-printed t-shirts. The fixed costs of operation for the company are $75,750 per month. T-shirts are sold to wholesale buyers for $8.99 each, but only cost the company $3.20 each to produce. If
  63. Accounting

    Problem 9-5 Warranties Bombeck Company sells a product for $1500. When the customer buys it, Bombeck provides a one-year warranty Bombeck sold 120 products during 2010. Based on analysis of past warranty records, Bombeck estimates that repairs will average
  64. math

    An actuary at an insurance company estimates from exsiting data that on a $1000 policy an average 1 and 100 policyholders will file a 20000 claim. in average of 1 in 200 policyolders will file a 50000 claim in average 1 in 500 policyholders will file a
  65. statistical reasioning

    An actuary at an insurance company estimates from exsiting data that on a $1000 policy an average 1 and 100 policyholders will file a 20000 claim. in average of 1 in 200 policyolders will file a 50000 claim in average 1 in 500 policyholders will file a
  66. Microeconomics

    In the shortrun function of a company with a constant variable cost is given by the equation q=225+55q,where TC is the total cost and q is the total quantity of output,both measured in thousands.1.what is a company's fixed cost?2.if the company produced
  67. accounting

    Jones Company had 100 units in beginning inventory at a total cost of $10,000. The company purchased 200 units at a total cost of $26,000. At the end of the year, Jones had 80 units in ending inventory. Compute the cost of the ending inventory and the cost
  68. SS8R - paragraph help!

    How did it make his money? He earned most of his fortune in the steel industry. In the 1870s, he founded the Carnegie Steel Company. Carnegie Steel Company was sold to the United States Steel Company in 1901 for $500 million is it good???? do i did more
  69. Pre-Calculus

    A drug manufactured by a pharmaceutical company is sold in bulk at a price of $150 per unit. The total production cost (in dollars) for x units in one week is C(x) = 0.02x^2 + 100x + 3000. How many units of the drug must be manufactured and sold in a week
  70. business mgmt

    A company looking for venture capitalist funding is deciding on the design of its operating system for its new phone. The first option is to simply buy the OS from another company. This would result in sales of either 10,000 units if the market is not
  71. Accounting

    Max Stevenson owns a local drug store. During the past few years, the economy has been experiencing a period of high inflation. Stevenson has had the policy of withdrawing cash from his business equal to 80% of the company's reported net income. As the
  72. Math

    Solve this problem using the simplex method. A company manufactures checker sets and chess sets. Suppose each day the company has available 1200 boards (which can be used for both games) and 80,000 units of wood for making pieces. Each checker set uses 20
  73. word problem

    A company makes and sells notebook computers. The company’s cost function in thousands of dollars is C(x) = 0.3x + 100, and the revenue function in thousands of dollars is R(x) = 0.75x, where x is the number of notebook computers. (a) Evaluate and
  74. stats help

    The Birch Company, a manufacturer of electrical circuit boards, has manufactured the following number of units over the past 5 years: 1992 12,500 1993 13,250 1994 14,310 1995 15,751 1996 17,630 Calculate the average percentage increase in units produced
  75. finance

    The following information pertains to Porter Company for 2011. Beginning inventory 70 units @ $13 Units purchased 280 units @ $18 Ending inventory consisted of 30 units. Porter sold 320 units at $30 each. All purchases and sales were made with cash. a.
  76. statistics

    Five percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that of two items sold during a given hour by this company both will be returned for a refund (round to four decimal places).
  77. maths

    It costs a publishing company $50000 to make books. The $50000 is a fixed cost or a cost that cannot change. To help the publishing company sell the books, a marketing company charges $4 for each book sold. If the company sells the book for $9 each, how
  78. math

    company A:1/5 company B:4/25 company C:2/5 company D:3/20 How much greater was the fraction of the marker of Company A than of Company D?
  79. business

    On December 31 of last year, Wolfson Corporation had in inventory 400 units of its products, which cost $21 per unit to produce. During January, the company produced 800 units at a cost of $24 per unit. Assuming that Wolfson Corporation sold 700 units in
  80. Financial management

    On December 31 of last year, Wolfson Corporation had in inventory 400 units of its product, which cost $21 per unit to produce. During January, the company produced 800 units at a cost of $24 per unit. Assuming that Wolfson Corporation sold 700 units in
  81. accounting

    Looking for help with an accounting Assignment. I am supposed to be analyzing the Income Statement of Eastman Kodak Company, but I can't even find the cost of goods sold for each revenue source of the company! Any help or suggestions?
  82. algebra

    Your company is planning to spend no less than $80,000 and no more than $100,000 on a landscaping project, which will be used as a promotional park that promotes your toaster manufacturing company. Write an inequality with a variable that demonstrates how
  83. Economics (SraJMcGin)

    Given the larger population runs in The States than in Canada, the costs are spread over more units. In fact in The States a cost over run of 10% could be dumped in Canada. Given the law of demand, what would happen to the Canadian company? If you worked
  84. Algebra

    Max has been offered positions by two car companies. The first company pays a salary of $12,500 plus commission of $750 for each car sold. The second company pays a salary of $22,500 plus a commission of $250 per car sold. How many cars would need to be
  85. statistics

    Five percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that of two items sold during a given hour by this company both will be returned for a refund
  86. statistics

    Five percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that of two items sold during a given hour by this company both will be returned for a refund
  87. stats

    Five percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that, of two items sold during a given hour by this company, neither will be returned for a refund.
  88. statistics

    Three percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that of two items sold during a given hour by this company both will be returned for a refund
  89. statistics

    Five percent of all items sold by a mail-order company are returned by customers for a refund. Find the probability that of two items sold during a given hour by this company both will be returned for a refund
  90. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  91. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  92. Math

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  93. business ethics

    CONFLICT OF INTEREST Big Company is a large manufacturer of health-care products that is under fire from the government to lower costs. Big Company has an excellent reputation and is widely acknowledged as one of the best managed companies in the country.
  94. math

    An automotive insurance company has 25,000 policyholders. The accident rate is 0.07. The number of accidents the company will have to pay out for is If the payout for each claim (after deductibles) is $8,000, the company’s total payouts will amount to $
  95. business

    At the end of January, Mineral Labs had inventory of 725 units, which cost $10 per unit to produce. During February the company produced 650 units at a cost of $14 per unit. If the firm sold 1,000 units in February, what was the cost of goods sold? a.
  96. math B30

    must be answered with a series/sequences formula over the past 10 years, the number of CD's sold by a mail order music company has increased an average of 12% per year. If the company sold 1.5 million CD's ten years ago, the total number of sales they have
  97. CALC AB

    1. For the given cost and demand functions, find the production level that will maximize profit. C(x)=820+5x+0.01x^2, p(x)=18-x/400. Find the answer to the nearest whole number. a. x = 538 b. x = 525 c. x = 511 d. x = 520 2. A manufacturer has been selling
  98. Math

    the Ruby Snow Company makes custom snowboards. the company's profit can be modelled with the relation y=6x^2+42x-60,where x is the number snowboards sold(in thousands) and y is the profit (in hundreds of thousands of dollars) How many snowboards does the
  99. Math

    the Ruby Snow Company makes custom snowboards. the company's profit can be modelled with the relation y=6x^2+42x-60,where x is the number snowboards sold(in thousands) and y is the profit (in hundreds of thousands of dollars) How many snowboards does the
  100. accounting

    Anthony Company uses a perpetual inventory system. It entered into the following purchases and sales transactions for March. Date Activities Units Acquired at Cost Units Sold at Retail Mar. 1 Beginning inventory 170 units @ $52.40/unit Mar. 5 Purchase 260