# How do you find use the annual net profit with the payables and inventory costs to determine the total annual cost a firm would need to achieve the industry level of operational efficiency?

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1. ## Principles of finace

How do you find use the annual net profit with the payables and inventory costs to determine the total annual cost a firm would need to achieve the industry level of operational efficiency?

asked by Kate on December 14, 2010
2. ## operations management

A company requires 5,000 units of a product in a single year. It costs them \$100 per order for expenses such as transportation and communication. If the product is carried in inventory, the carrying cost equals 1% of the price of the product for every

asked by carey on April 29, 2010
3. ## inventory

Suppose that the R & B Beverage Company has a soft drink product that shows a constant annual demand rate of 3600 cases. A case of the soft drink costs R & B \$3. Ordering costs \$20 per order and holding costs are 25% of the value of the inventory. R & B

asked by Anonymous on February 26, 2010
4. ## math help me out

p and q started a business. they made an annual profit of rs 50000. q being a working partner received 20 % of the annual profit as his salary. if the entire profit were divided in the ratio of their investment, p would received rs 8000 more as his profit

asked by dharmesh on August 23, 2016
5. ## math

p and q started a business. they made an annual profit of rs 50000. q being a working partner received 20 % of the annual profit as his salary. if the entire profit were divided in the ratio of their investment, p would received rs 8000 more as his profit

asked by hiren on August 22, 2016
6. ## math help

p and q started a business. they made an annual profit of rs 50000. q being a working partner received 20 % of the annual profit as his salary. if the entire profit were divided in the ratio of their investment, p would received rs 8000 more as his profit

asked by vipul on August 23, 2016
7. ## MATH HELP

a company carries an \$630,000 inventory. The company estimates the annual cost of carrying the inventory at 35% of the ihe inventory value. What is the approximate ANNUAL cost of carring the inventory?

8. ## accounting

using the following information, calculate inventory turnover ratio, the average days in inventory, and the gross profit ratio for Howard Company for the year ended december 31, 2011( round to two decimal places) sales \$225,00 Cost of goods \$175,000 Ending

asked by Karen on December 20, 2012
9. ## Finacial Accounting.

I am really struggling with this question and my accounting book is no help at all. A company has \$4500 in net sales, \$3200 in gross profit, \$1300 in ending inventory, and \$1800 in beginning inventory. What is the cost of goods sold? Im not looking for the

asked by Veronica on June 29, 2014
10. ## math

Bentley Plastics Ltd. has annual fixed costs of \$450,000 and variable costs of \$15 per unit. The selling price per unit is \$25. What will be the annual net income at annual sales of: 50,000 units? \$1,000,000?

asked by Peter on May 2, 2014
11. ## Cost Accounting

Case 1 Direct Materials Used \$8,300 Direct Labor 3,000 Manufacturing Overhead 6,000 Total Manufacturing Costs (a) Beginning Work in Process 1,000 Ending Work in Process Inventory (b) Sales 22,500 Sales Discounts 1,500 Cost of Goods Manufactured 15,800

asked by Renee on June 27, 2009
12. ## Inventory

Jan Gentry is the owner of a small company that pro¬duces electric scissors used to cut fabric. The annual demand is for 9,000 scissors and Jan produces the scissors in batches. On average, Jan can produce 185 scissors per day. Demand for scissors has

asked by donna on September 24, 2011
13. ## Statistics

Jan Gentry is the owner of a small company that pro¬duces electric scissors used to cut fabric. The annual demand is for 9,000 scissors and Jan produces the scissors in batches. On average, Jan can produce 185 scissors per day. Demand for scissors has

asked by Running Out of Time dee on September 24, 2011
14. ## Math

Jan Gentry is the owner of a small company that pro¬duces electric scissors used to cut fabric. The annual demand is for 9,000 scissors and Jan produces the scissors in batches. On average, Jan can produce 185 scissors per day. Demand for scissors has

asked by Deana on September 25, 2011

Montegut Manufacturing produces a product for which the annual demand is 10,000. Production averages 100 per day, while demand is 40 per day. Holding costs are \$1.00 per unit per year;set-up costs \$200.00. If they wish to produce this product in economics

asked by D.Martin on April 26, 2007
16. ## accounting

I am trying to figure out the cost of merchandise destroyed on Feb. 7th given the following information: Jan 1. Merchandise inventory \$144,200 Jan. 1-Feb. 7 Purchases (net) 40,000 Jan. 1-Feb. 7 Sales (net) 70,000 Estimated gross profit rate: 40% (gross

asked by Kingram on November 19, 2009
17. ## inventory management decison model

Develop mathematical functions that compute the annual ordering cost and annual holding costs based on average inventory held throughout the year in order to arrive at a model for total cost.

asked by Anonymous on November 8, 2011
18. ## Cost Accounting

Incomplete manufacturing costs, expenses, and selling data for two different cases are as follows. Case 1 2 Direct Materials Used \$ 8,300 (g) Direct Labor 3,000 \$ 4,000 Manufacturing Overhead 6,000 5,000 Total Manufacturing Costs (a) 20,000 Beginning Work

asked by Renee on June 27, 2009
19. ## Accounting

Jan. 1 Merchandise inventory \$144,200 Jan. 1–Feb. 7 Purchases (net) 40,000 Jan. 1–Feb. 7 Sales (net) 70,000 Estimated gross profit rate 40% Estimated merchandise inventory destroyed:

asked by Katie on October 28, 2010
20. ## Calculus

The annual inventory cost C for a manufacturer is C=(1,008,000/Q)+6.3Q where Q is the order size when the inventory is replenished. Find the change in annual cost when Q is increased from 350 to 351, and compare this with the instantaneous rate of change

asked by Susana on October 3, 2011
21. ## math

for the month of january, an engine parts supplier company had the following financial information: merchandise inventory, january 1, \$322,000, merchandise inventory january 31 \$316,400, grooss purchases, \$243,460, purchase returns and allowances \$26,880

asked by teresa on May 14, 2014
22. ## quantitative methods for business

Cress Electronic Products manufactures components used in the automotive industry. Cress purchases parts for use in its manufacturing operation of different suppliers. One particular supplier provides a part where the assumptions of the EOQ model are

asked by trai on July 19, 2013
23. ## calculus

Based on data from 1999 to 2001, the rate of change in the annual net sales of Pepsi-Cola North America may be modeled by R(t) = −131t − 749.5 million dollars per year and the rate of change in the annual operating profit may be modeled by P(t) = 12t +

asked by bobbi33 on March 13, 2013
24. ## calculus

Based on data from 1999 to 2001, the rate of change in the annual net sales of Pepsi-Cola North America may be modeled by R(t) = −131t − 749.5 million dollars per year and the rate of change in the annual operating profit may be modeled by P(t) = 12t +

asked by bobbi33 on March 13, 2013
25. ## finance

Based on data from 1999 to 2001, the net sales (revenue) of Gatorade/Tropicana North America is R(t) = -107t2+496t+3452 million dollars and the operating profit is P(t) = −18.5t2 + 85.5t + 433 million dollars - where t is the number of years since

asked by tina on October 9, 2013
26. ## MATH HELP PLEASE Explain

Onondaga Electronics operates on a net-profit rate of 20% on its printer cables. If the markup is \$8.95 and the overhead is \$4.31, find the net profit and the selling price

27. ## calculus

Based on data from 1999 to 2001, the rate of change in the annual net sales of Pepsi-Cola North America may be modeled by R(t) = −131t − 749.5 million dollars per year and the rate of change in the annual operating profit may be modeled by P(t) = 12t +

asked by GERRY on March 11, 2013
28. ## math

Reboot, Inc. is a manufacturer of hiking boots. Demand for boots is highly seasonal. In particular, the demand in the next year is expected to be 3,000, 4,000, 8,000, and 7,000 pairs of boots in quarters 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively. With its current

asked by Anonymous on September 13, 2012

Describe the kinds of inventory federal express corporation holds. What are the costs associated with each kind of inventory? Compare the types of FedEx’s inventory to that of Starbucks. What are some of the differences? What may account for the

asked by Joe on August 12, 2008
30. ## accounting

On October 31, a flood at Payne Company’s only warehouse caused severe damage to its entire inventory. Based on recent history, Payne has a gross profit of 25 percent of net sales. The following information is available from Payne’s records for the 10

asked by Anonymous on January 21, 2009
31. ## Algebra

How do I solve this problem for daily inventory costs: The materials manager for a billiard ball maker must periodically place orders for resin, one of the raw materials used in producing billiard balls. She knows that manufacturing uses resin at a rate of

asked by PPC on February 20, 2014
32. ## Finance Accounting

Vanity Press, Inc., has annual credit sales of \$1.6 million and a gross profit margin of 35 percent. a. If the firm wishes to maintain an average collection period of 50 days, what level of accounts receivable should it carry? (Assume a 365-day year.) b.

asked by Johniece McCoy on July 31, 2012
33. ## Accounting 10

Oscar Corp. applies manufacturing overhead to production at 150% of direct labor cost. During 20x5, manufacturing overhead of \$180,000 was applied to production; actual manufacturing overhead was \$199,000. Beginning Work in Process Inventory was \$20,000

asked by Vanessa on September 9, 2014

Oscar Corp. applies manufacturing overhead to production at 150% of direct labor cost. During 20x5, manufacturing overhead of \$180,000 was applied to production; actual manufacturing overhead was \$199,000. Beginning Work in Process Inventory was \$20,000

asked by Vanessa on September 9, 2014
35. ## Accounting 1

Oscar Corp. applies manufacturing overhead to production at 150% of direct labor cost. During 20x5, manufacturing overhead of \$180,000 was applied to production; actual manufacturing overhead was \$199,000. Beginning Work in Process Inventory was \$20,000

asked by miguel on September 9, 2014
36. ## 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

asked by lola on June 18, 2010
37. ## Profit margin ratio

Could someone please help? I have to compute the profit margin for the following: Net income Net Sales A. \$4,390 \$44,830 B. 97,644 398,954 C. 111,385 257,082 D. 65,234 1,458,999 E. 80,158 435,925 I think (check your text) you use Net Profit Margin = Net

asked by Amber on September 16, 2006
38. ## math

a party suppilies store recored net sales of \$423,400 for the year. the store's begining inventory at retail was \$105,850 and its ending inventory inventory at retail was \$127,020.what would be the inventory turnover at retail,rounded to the nearest tenth?

asked by ginny on February 7, 2011
39. ## math

Imagine that you're the manager of the Candle Shop. Figures C-1 contains your records of annual inventory figures for candles. Using the FIFO method of inventory pricing, what is the dollar value of ending inventory if there were 17,000 units on hand on

asked by tanja on May 14, 2010
40. ## Algebra

An appliance store manager is ordering chest and upright freezers. one chest freezers costs \$250 and delivers a \$40 profit. One upright freezer costs \$400 and delivers a \$60 profit. Based on previous sales, the manager expects to sell at least 100

asked by Sara K. on March 30, 2010
41. ## Algebra II

An appliance store manager is ordering chest and upright freezers. one chest freezers costs \$250 and delivers a \$40 profit. One upright freezer costs \$400 and delivers a \$60 profit. Based on previous sales, the manager expects to sell at least 100

asked by Sara K. on March 9, 2010
42. ## Algebra II

An appliance store manager is ordering chest and upright freezers. one chest freezers costs \$250 and delivers a \$40 profit. One upright freezer costs \$400 and delivers a \$60 profit. Based on previous sales, the manager expects to sell at least 100

asked by Sara K. on March 8, 2010
43. ## English

Do you know what the 5 OMM costs of a restaurant would be. I know what the 5 OMM costs are (raw materials and components costs, plant costs, labor costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs) but I need to know what they would be for a restaurant.

asked by Sue on April 9, 2014
44. ## Other

Do you know what the 5 OMM costs of a restaurant would be. I know what the 5 OMM costs are (raw materials and components costs, plant costs, labor costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs) but I need to know what they would be for a restaurant.

asked by Sue on April 9, 2014
45. ## Finance

Please help me,math word problems make my brain go crazy. Some friends are urging you to chip in with them to buy a vacant parcel og land on the outskirts of your city. A one-fourth interest would cost you \$10,000.Total annual expenses on the property are

asked by Sara on February 27, 2013
46. ## Math

Herman Company has three products in its ending inventory. Specific per unit data for each of the products are as follows: Product1 product2 product3 cost \$20 \$90 \$50 replacement cost 18 85 40 selling price 40 120 70 disposal costs 6 40 10 normal profit

asked by Bobbi Loffredo on March 25, 2011
47. ## fiance

Use the following statistics from Robert Morris Associates' Annual Statement Studies to answer the following question(s). Net sales 100.0 percent Cost of sales 59.9 percent Gross profit 40.1 percent Operating expenses 31.2 percent Net profit (before taxes)

asked by kimberly on August 25, 2010
48. ## Math

Imagine that you’re the manager of an auto parts store. Figure A-2 contains your records of annual inventory figures for windshield wipers. Using the FIFO method of inventory pricing, what is the dollar value of ending inventory if there were 300 units

asked by Anonymous on January 4, 2010
49. ## Calc Help

Marginal Cost = 30sqroot(x+4) with fixed costs of \$1000. Marginal Revenue = 900. find profit or loss from production and sale of 5 units. how many units will result in a max profit? what is the max profit? Can someone please help. Trying to review for my

asked by Rob on April 29, 2007
50. ## Accounting

The Bayside Company uses the LIFO cost flow method to value inventory. In the current year, profit at Bayside is running unusually high. The corporate tax rate is also high this year but it is scheduled to decline significantly next year. In light of this

asked by Mia on May 6, 2014
51. ## math

a store recorded net sales of 423,400 for the year.the store's beginning inventory at retail was105,850 and it's ending inventory was127,020. what would be the inventory turnover at retailrounded to the nearest tenth? i have no idea what i am doing.

asked by rose on February 6, 2011
52. ## Math

Tatum Company has four products in its inventory. Information about the december 31, 2009, inventory is as follows: product total total total Net cost replacement realizable cost Value 101 \$120,000 110,000 100,000 102 90,000 85,000 110,000 103 60,000

asked by Bobbi Loffredo on March 25, 2011
53. ## Public Finance

A corporation has \$7 mil. in equity. During the tax year it takes in \$4 million in receipts and earns \$ 2 million in capital gains from sale of subsidiary. It incurs labor costs of \$1 million, interest costs of \$250,000, material costs of \$500,000, and

asked by Mel on January 29, 2011
54. ## Accounting

Absorption Income versus Contribution Margin Income Absorption Income versus Contribution Margin Income Given the computations for both gross profit on sales and contribution margin, can you give specific benefits to be derived from gross profit on sales

asked by Te on March 5, 2009
55. ## ACC

A reason why absorption costing income statements are sometimes difficult for the manager to interpret is that: A)they omit variable expenses entirely in computing net operating income. B)they shift portions of fixed manufacturing overhead from period to

asked by matt on November 16, 2007
56. ## finance accounting

Fakari had the following asset at the ending of the year 2013 having started the business at the beginning of the same year. kSH.000 Account payables 15,800 equipment 46,000 motor vehicles 25,160 Account receivable 23,080 Cash at bank 29,120 cash in hand

asked by tima ibrahim on January 24, 2014
57. ## 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………….

asked by Anonymous on May 19, 2009
58. ## math

A sporting goods company has a distribution center that maintains inventory of fishing rods. The fishing rods have the following demand, lead time, and cost characteristics: Average demand = 95 units per day, with a standard deviation of 18 units Average

asked by Candace on July 17, 2012
59. ## Accounting

Krollon Company uses the FIFO method in its process costing system. The following data are for the most recent month of operations in one of the company’s processing departments: According to the company’s costing system, the cost of beginning

asked by Toni sanbi on January 9, 2020
60. ## Operations Management

Joe Henry's machine shop uses 2,500 brackets during the course of a year. These brackets are purchased from a supplier 90 miles away. the following information is known about the brackets. annual demand 2,500 holding cost per bracket per year \$1.50 order

asked by Jeff on July 6, 2011
61. ## Math HURRY !!!!!!!!

hOW DO YOU FIND OUT IF YOU HAVE A PROFIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Find out the gross income (all income) and subtract the expenses. The result is net income or profit. http://www.answers.com/topic/profit =)

asked by SW on October 2, 2006
62. ## algebra help

The revenue for selling y units is R=3y^2-2y+5 and The cost of producing y units is C=y^2+y-3 . Find the expression that represents profit. can someone explain to me how to solve problems like this i have few of these needing to know trhe steps Profit is

asked by tom on March 17, 2007
63. ## finance

"given the profit loss (income statement) and balance sheet for Sam's sandwich delivery(table 4-8), answer the following: a. calculate the current and quick ratios. b. using the inventory figure on the balance sheet as average inventory, calculate the

asked by Anonymous on May 8, 2010
64. ## algebra

Let cost = 600.00 fixed costs x = set of tiles \$11.00 find the profit equation by substituting your equations for R and C P = R -C THE profit made for 26 and 31 tiles per month. 2nd part; use trail and error to find the quanity of tile sets per month

asked by plz help on May 23, 2012
65. ## Algebra

Sorry, it didn't paste the first time, I was wondering if I got these correct; especially number 2 at the bottom. 1. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = \$20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price

asked by Ashli on June 5, 2008
66. ## algebra

Annual profit in thousands of dollars is given by the function, P(x) = -.1x2 + 50x - 300, where x is the number of items sold, x ¡Ý 0. find the profit for 5 different values of x

asked by Betty on January 29, 2012
67. ## Algebra

I was wondering if I had number 2 correct; the only way to know the answer was to provide the entire answer for number 1. Thanks in advance. 1. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = \$20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each

asked by Ashli on June 5, 2008
68. ## FIN 200

Collins Office Supplies is considering a more liberal credit policy to increase sales, but expects that 9 percent of the new accounts will be uncollectible. Collection costs are 5 percent of new sales, production and selling costs are 78 percent, and

asked by Jim on September 26, 2009
69. ## Accounting

Costs can be classified into two categories, fixed and variable costs. These costs behave differently based on the level of sales volumes. Suppose we are running a restaurant and have identified certain costs along with the number of annual units sold of

asked by Marie on July 20, 2010
70. ## operations managment

Harley-Davidson has its engine assembly plant in Milwaukee and its motorcycle assembly plant in Pennsylvania. Engines are transported between the two plants using trucks, with each trip costing \$1,000. The motorcycle plant assembles and sells 300

asked by Jasmine on November 24, 2009
71. ## Consumer Math

Find the annual amount of FICA at a 7.51% rate by computing his annual salary. Sam Takagi Weekly salary: \$435.16 Not self-employed Find the annual amount of FICA by computing his annual salary. \$169,938.68 \$16,993.87 \$1,699.39 2. Find the annual amount of

asked by Emily on April 27, 2012
72. ## Personal Finance

Check my work pls. 1. The components of ___ are variable costs and fixed costs. A. Entire cost B. Total cost* C. Complete cost D. Required cost 2. What is the margin of safety? A. How much sales can fall before a business starts making less 5% B. How much

asked by 2Dizzy2C on May 13, 2019
73. ## Finance

Personal Finance school can you check my answers? 1. The two components of are variable costs and fixed costs. Entire cost Total cost* Complete cost Required cost 2. What is the margin of safety? How much sales can fall before a business starts making less

asked by Banana on May 20, 2018

Thomas Kratzer is the purchasing manager for the headquarters of a large insurance company chain with a central inventory operation. Thomas’s fastest moving inventory item has a demand of 6000 units per year. The cost of each unit is \$100.00, and the

asked by Jackson on September 20, 2010
75. ## managerial finance

A firm has sales of \$1,200, net income of \$200, net fixed assets of \$500, and current assets of \$300. The firm has \$100 in inventory. What is the common-size statement value of inventory?

asked by vijay on October 10, 2010
76. ## accounting(financial)

Assigning costs to inventory-perpetual symstem. Dec. 7 10 units @ \$6 Dec. 14 20 units @ \$12 Dec. 21 @ \$14 Trader sells 15 units for \$25 each on Dec,15 eight of the sold units are from Dec. 7 purchase and seven are from Dec. 14 purchase. Determine the costs

asked by Angela on October 9, 2008

i need help NOW: A leather coat costs a fashion store \$150. THey will sell it for a 70% profit. Find the profit as a percentage of the selling price.

asked by charlotte on August 25, 2010
78. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs \$20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs \$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by help on March 4, 2012
79. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs \$20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs \$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 3, 2012

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs \$20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs \$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 4, 2012
81. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs \$20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs \$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 3, 2012
82. ## algebra

the profit made fram the sale of a dvd players from a company is found by subtracting the costs from the revenue. p=r+-c. Suppose that the companys revenue can be expressed with the function R(x)=x^2+59x and that the total costs for the company can be

asked by melissa on November 9, 2009

Which of the following is the common balance sheet layout? A. assets = liability + owner’s equity B. profit = revenue – total expenses C. return on investment = net income 􏰁 owner’s equity D. gross profit margin = gross profit 􏰁 net sales

asked by lauren on November 18, 2013

Using the FIFO method of inventory pricing, what is the dollar value ending inventory if there were 300 units on hand December 31? Auto Parts annual inventory of Windshield Wipers: January 1, Beginning inventory 300 units@11.00 March 15 Purchase 15o units

asked by Terry on January 22, 2012

Using the FIFO method of inventory pricing, what is the dollar value of ending inventory if there were 300 units on hand on December 31? Annual inventory of windshield wipers January 1 Beginning inventory 300 units@11.00 March 15 Purchase 150 units@10.50

asked by Terry on January 23, 2012
86. ## accounting

Determine the ending balance of the Merchandise Inventory account given the following transactions: TooDaLoo had a beginning balance of \$8,500 in its Merchandise Inventory account. They purchased \$45,000 worth of inventory on account from WeeParcel under

asked by nicole on November 5, 2016
87. ## science

The XYZ Company makes widgets and sells to a market that is just about to expand after a period of stability. As the year starts, the widgets are manufactured at a cost of \$0.75 and sold at a market price of \$1.00. In addition, the firm has 1,000 widgets

asked by jack on January 27, 2013
88. ## Microeconomics

Explain in detail why profit-seeking businesses have incentive to use resources efficiently. How does your explanation fit into the idea of "the invisible hand of the market?" If one has competition, then you have to reduce costs (or go out of business).

asked by Jarmisha on June 29, 2006
89. ## Accounting

Trade credit discount. Compute the annual approximate interest cost of not taking a discount using the following scenarios. What conclusion can be drawn from the calculations? a. 1/10 net 30 b. 1/10 net 30 c. 1/10 net 40 d. 1/10 net 50 e. 1/10 net 60

asked by Tammy smith on July 24, 2013
90. ## Algebra 2

An appliance store manager is ordering chest and upright freezers. One chest freezer costs \$250 and delivers a \$40 profit. One upright freezer costs \$400 and delivers a \$60 profit. Based on previous sales, the manager expects to sell at least 100 freezers.

asked by Maria on November 14, 2010
91. ## Algebra

An appliance store manager is ordering chest and upright freezers. One chest freezer costs \$250 and delivers a \$40 profit. One upright freezer costs \$400 and delivers a \$60 profit. Based on previous sales, the manager expects to sell at least 100 freezers.

asked by Alissa on November 14, 2010
92. ## Unit 4 - Individual project

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………….

asked by candy on September 20, 2006
93. ## Math

Joe Ponzio, a financial advisor who bases his investigating strategies on the teachings of Warren Buffett, explains why inventory turnover rates matter to managers, owners, and investors on his August 7, 2009, blog post, He states: "The company doing five

asked by Anonymous on November 17, 2011
94. ## Math

For xyz manufacturing the fixed costs are \$1200, material and labor costs combined are \$2 per unit, and the demand equation is: p=100/√q What level of output will maximize profit? Show this occurs when marginal revenue equals marginal cost. What is the

asked by Sophie on January 9, 2017
95. ## Math

Please help thanks :) I need to know how to figure out this question. Below is some financial information for the month of September for a large clothing store Using the retail method of inventory, estimate the value of the ending inventory at cost on

asked by Israel on November 28, 2007
96. ## accounting

True/Falses 1. Period costs are not considered when costing products for inventory. 2. All direct labor costs during a period of time should be considered product costs and should be temporarily accumulated in the work in process inventory account. 3.

asked by john on February 15, 2008
97. ## ALGEBRA

The profit made from the sale of tiles is found by subtracting the costs from the revenue. e. Find the Profit Equation by substituting your equations for R and C in the equation . Simplify the equation. f. What is the profit made from selling 20 tile sets

asked by AMERICAN GIRL on June 23, 2011
98. ## that

Georgia purchased a house in 1998 for \$220,000. In 2003 she sold the house and made a net profit of \$50,000. Find the effective annual rate of return on her investment over the 5-yr period. Please round the answer to the nearest tenth of percent.

asked by tj on October 3, 2013
99. ## finite math

Georgia purchased a house in 1998 for \$220,000. In 2003 she sold the house and made a net profit of \$50,000. Find the effective annual rate of return on her investment over the 5-yr period. Please round the answer to the nearest tenth of percent.

asked by Anonymous on September 3, 2013
100. ## management

The company annual fixed costs are birr 40,000. The sale price of a piizza is birr10.& it costs the copany birr 5 to make and deliver each pizza. 1,What is the company's break even point in units? 2,compute the contribution margin ration. 3,how many pizzas

asked by sintayehu on August 26, 2018