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“Marketing Mix.” Please respond to the following: When thinking about the history of public relations, determine which development do you think was…

“Marketing Mix.” Please respond to the following:When thinking about the history of public relations, determine which development do you think was the most significant. Explain your reasoning.Of all the articles you found on the Web site for the World Advertising Research Centre (WARC) at http://www.warc.com/, determine which was the most applicable. Explain your rationale.Explain how can this information help you communicate effectively with these professionals.

History of public relations Course: NameHistory of public relationsStudent’s NameProfessor’s Name [optional]DOS: August 6, 2015University 1 History of public relationsIn the history of…

10-B1 ROI or Economic Profit Perth Co. is a large integrated Australian conglomerate with shipping, metals, and mining operations throughout Asia.

10-B1 ROI or Economic ProfitPerth Co. is a large integrated Australian conglomerate with shipping, metals, and mining operationsthroughout Asia. The general manager of the Mining Division plans to submit a proposed capital budgetfor 20X8 for inclusion in the companywide budget.The division manager has for consideration the following projects, all of which require an outlayof capital. All projects have equal risk.Project Investment Required Return1 $4,800,000 $1,200,0002 1,900,000 627,0003 1,400,000 182,0004 950,000 152,0005 650,000 136,5006 300,000 90,000The division manager must decide which of the projects to take. The company has a cost of capital of15%. An amount of $12 million is available to the division for investment purposes.1. What will be the total investment, total return, return on capital invested, and economic profit ofthe rational division manager ifa. The company has a rule that managers should accept all projects promising a return on investmentof at least 20%.ISBN: 0-536-47129-0Introduction to Management Accounting: Chapters 1-17, Fourteenth Edition, by Charles T. Horngren, Gary L. Sundem, William O. Stratton,David Burgstahler, and Jeff Schatzberg. Published by Prentice Hall. Copyright © 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc.Chapter 10: Management Control in Decentralized Organizations 457b. The company evaluates division managers on their ability to maximize the return on capitalinvested (assume that this is a new division with no invested capital).c. The division manager is expected to maximize economic profit as computed by using the 15%cost of capital.2. Which of the three approaches will induce the most effective investment policy for the companyas a whole? Explain.

Steam is contained in a closed rigid container with a volume of1 m3. Initially, the pressure and temperature of the steam are 7bar and 5000C,…

Steam is contained in a closed rigid container with a volume of1 m3. Initially, the pressure and temperature of the steam are 7bar and 5000C, respectively. The temperature drops as a result ofheat transfer to the surroundings. Determine the temperature at which condensation first occurs, in 0C, and the fraction of the total mass that has condensed when the pressure reaches 0.5 bar.What is the volume, in m3, occupied by saturated liquid at the final state? Draw the process in PV, PT and VT diagram.

McCarthy Company has inventory of 8 units at a cost of $200 each on October 1. On October 2, it purchased 20 units at $205 each. 11 units are sold on…

McCarthy Company has inventory of 8 units at a cost of $200 each on October 1. On October 2, it purchased 20 units at $205 each. 11 units are sold on October 4. Using the FIFO perpetual inventory method, what amount will be reported in cost of goods sold for the 11 units that were sold? $2,239. $2,255. $2,200. $2,228. $2,215.

The early 1990s were a big time for internet development and growth in the U. Describe ONE of the key moments in the internet’s development between…

The early 1990s were a big time for internet development and growth in the U.S. Describe ONE of the key moments in the internet’s development between 1990 and 1993 and explain its significance.

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The early 1990s were a big time for internet development and growth in the U.S. DescribeONE of the key moments in the internet’s development between 1990 and 1993 and explainits significance.In…

Preston HillBed Breakfast Accounting Transactions for the Monthof April 1, 2018Date Description April 1, 2018 Jon Edwards and Dan Fogle each

Preston Hill Bed & Breakfast Accounting Transactions for the Month of April 1, 2018 Date Description April 1, 2018 Jon Edwards and Dan Fogle each invested $20,000 in a corporation to run Preston Hill Bed & Breakfast. Each were issued 2,000 shares of $10 par value common stock. April 1, 2018 The partners leased a fully furnished, established, five-bedroom room Bed & Breakfast for 3 years at $3,000 per month. The landlord required a payment of $12,000 for 4 months of rent plus a $3,000 security deposit. April 1, 2018 Purchased a minivan valued at $35,000 with a $10,000 down payment and a 3-year $25,000 note payable with an annual interest rate of 5%. The minivan has a 5-year useful life and no salvage value. The monthly payment including principal and interest is $749.27 April 1, 2018 Neither partner can cook but arranged with the restaurant next door (Dora’s Diner) to provide breakfast for the guests at $10 per person per day. Grace’s Diner will bill the B & B at the end of each month for the meals provided. They must pay Dora’s Diner before the 10th of the next month. April 1, 2018 Purchased used deck furniture for $3,000 cash. The furniture has a 6-year useful life and no salvage value. April 3, 2018 Ace Computers, a local company, arranged with the B & B to provide rooms for their out of town weekday visitors at a rate of $100 per night. The B & B will bill Ace at the end of the month for rooms used. April 6, 2018 Purchased $875 of office supplies on account from ABC Office Supply. April 8, 2018 Paid invoice from Insurance company for 4 months of coverage beginning April 1, 2018 for a total of $1,200. April 8, 2018 Received $1,500 in cash and credit card receipts for room rentals for April 1 – 8, 2018. April 8, 2018 Received reservation deposits as follows: Smith Family – $250 for April 25 – 26, 2018 Harris Family – $500 for April 29 – 30, 2018 Mester Family – $375 for May 3 – 5, 2018 April 15, 2018 Paid $1,500 in wage expense for the period April 1 – April 15, 2018. April 15, 2018 Received $1,200 in cash and credit card receipts for room rentals for April 9 – 15, 2018. April 20, 2018 Received reservation deposits as follows: Plourde Family – $250 for April 25 – 26, 2018 Friedman Family – $200 for April 29 – 30, 2018 Brooks Family – $255 for June 3 – 5, 2018 April 21, 2018 Received $2,050 in cash and credit card receipts for room rentals for April 16 – 21, 2018. April 27, 2018 Refunded Harris Family deposit paid on April 8, 2018 less $50 Administrative Fee. April 29, 2018 Paid ABC Office Supply invoice for purchases on April 6, 2018. April 30, 2018 Van Payment # 1 – Total $749.27 (Principal = $645.10; Interest = $104.17) April 30, 2018 Paid $1,500 in wage expense for the period April 16 – April 30, 2018. April 30, 2018 Paid credit card in full with the following charges incurred in April 2018: Licenses and Fees – $100; Printing – $275; Dues – $100; Uniforms – $325; Advertising $560; Postage $125 April 30, 2018 Sent $975 invoice to ACE for rooms rented April 1, 2018 – April 30, 2018 April 30, 2018 Received invoice from Grace’s Diner for $380. April 30, 2018 Paid dividends to shareholders in the amount of $1,500.

The general journal entries—————–Debit——–Credit,

April 1, 2018: To record the capital invested (2000x$10×2)

Cash——————————————-$40,000

Common stock——————————————–$40,000

April 1, 2018: To record the prepaid Lease rentals and security deposit

Prepaid Lease rentals———————$12,000

Security Deposit—————————-$3,000

Cash——————————————————–$15,000

April 1, 2018: To record purchase of a Minivan

Minivan—————————————$35,000

Cash——————————————————–$10,000

Note Payable———————————————-$25,000

April 1, 2018: To record the Purchase of used deck furniture

Deck furniture——————————$3,000

Cash——————————————————–$3,000

April 6, 2018: To record Purchased office supplies on account from ABC

Office Supplies—————————–$875

Accounts Payable—————————————$875

April 8, 2018: To record Prepaid Insurance

Prepaid Insurance————————-$1,200

Cash——————————————————-$1,200

April 8, 2018: To record receipts for room rentals for April 1 – 8, 2018

Cash—————————————–$1,500

Room rentals Revenue———————————$1,500

April 8, 2018: To record reservation deposits received ($250+$500+$375)

Cash—————————————- $1,125

Unearned Revenue————————————-$1,125

April 15, 2018: To record wage expense paid

Wages Expenses————————–$1,500

Cash——————————————————-$1,500

April 15, 2018: To record receipts for room rentals for April 9 – 15

Cash—————————————–$1,200

Room rentals Revenue——————————–$1,200

April 20, 2018: To record reservation deposits received ($250+$200+$255)

Cash—————————————–$705

Unearned Revenue————————————-$705

April 21, 2018:To record receipts for room rentals for April 16 – 21, 2018

Cash—————————————–$2,050

Room rentals Revenue———————————$2,050

April 27, 2018: To record a refund to Harris Family less Administrative Fee

Unearned Revenue———————–$500

Administrative Fee————————————– $50

Cash——————————————————-$450

April 29, 2018: To record cash paid to ABC Office Supply

Accounts Payable————————$875

Cash——————————————————-$875

April 30, 2018: To record Van Payment

Interest Expense————————-$104.17

Note Payable—————————–$645.10

Cash——————————————————$749.27

April 30, 2018: To record wage expense paid

Wages Expenses————————$1,500

Cash——————————————————$1,500

April 30, 2018: To record credit card payments for charges incurred in April 2018

Operating expenses———————$1,485

Cash—————————————————–$1,485

Operating expenses are Licenses and Fees Expenses,$100Printing,$275,Uniforms & other dues,$425Advertising Expenses,$560 &Postage,$125

April 30, 2018: To record invoice sent to ACE for rooms rented 

Accounts Receivable——————-$975

Room rentals Revenue——————————$975

April 30, 2018: To record invoice received from Grace’s Diner

Meals expenses————————$380

Accounts Payable————————————$380

April 30, 2018: To record dividends paid to shareholders

Dividends—————————— $1,500

Cash—————————————————-$1,500

Total————————————-$111,119.27 $111,119.27

Adjusting entries On 30 April

Are entries done at the end of the period to comply with accrual principle and to match revenue and expenses in the period in which revenue is earned and expenses incurred. In this case , we will adjust the expired lease rentals on prepaid lease rentals, record depreciation and adjust for earned revenue on unearned revenue account.

To adjust and record expired lease rentals expense

Debit, Lease rentals expense——–$3,000

Credit, Prepaid Lease rentals———————-$3,000

To record depreciation expense

Debit, Depreciation Expense————-$625

Credit, Accumulated Depreciation———————–$625

Depreciation on Deck Furniture ($3000/6=$500/12=$42 for April

Depreciation on Van=$35,000/5= $7,000/12=$583

April 30, 2018: To record Room rentals earned from cash deposits received

Debit, Unearned Revenue—————-$700

Credit, Room rentals Revenue————————–$700

Earned Room rentals Revenue= $250+$250+$200=$700

Smith Family – $250 for April 25 – 26, 2018—is earned

Harris Family – $500 for April 29 – 30, 2018– refunded

Mester Family – $375 for May 3 – 5,—-not earned

Plourde Family – $250 for April 25 – 26, 2018—is earned

Friedman Family – $200 for April 29 – 30, 2018 —is earned

Brooks Family – $255 for June 3 – 5, 2018—-not earned

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Gower expects to manufacture and sell 80,000 units in 2010. Prepare a schedule of variable,fixed, and total manufacturing costs for each account…

E. Gower expects to manufacture and sell 80,000 units in 2010. 1. Prepare a schedule of variable,fixed, and total manufacturing costs for each account category in 2010. Estimate total manufacturing costs for 2010. 2. Calculate Gower”s total manufacturing cost per unit in 2009, and estimate total manufacturing cost per unit in 2010. 3. How can you obtain better estimates of fixed and variable costs? Why would these better estimates be useful to Gower?

13. The possible responses to the question “How would you rate our quality of service?” with 1=excellent, 2=good, 3=fair, 4=poor, describes what type…

13. The possible responses to the question “How would you rate our quality of service?” with 1=excellent, 2=good, 3=fair, 4=poor, describes what type of variable?a) nominal scale variableb) ordinal scale variablec) interval scale variabled) ratio scale variableI know that the answer for this question is B, but I want to know why the other choices were incorrect and why B is the correct answer? Explain please?”

The possible responses to the question "How would you rate our quality of service?" with 1=excellent, 2=good, 3=fair, 4=poor, describes what type of variable?a) nominal scale variableb)…

1-The camera inspired artists such as Monet to rethink the purpose of painting, moving away from depicting the scene as it appears to viewers to

1-The camera inspired artists such as Monet to rethink the purpose of painting, moving away from depicting the scene as it appears to viewers to recording what the eye actually experiences (the impression of the object). Does this scientific approach to art make it more or less appealing to art lovers and the public in general? Do you think this approach to art was too scientific?

2-What role does imagination play in your selection of realism or impressionism?

9- The interest rate on one-year Treasury bonds is 0.4 percent, the rate on tow-year T-bonds is 0.8 percent, and the rate on a three-year T-bonds is…

5.9- The interest rate on one-year Treasury bonds is 0.4 percent, the rate on tow-year T-bonds is 0.8 percent, and the rate on a three-year T-bonds is 1.1 percent. Using the expectations theory, compute the expected one-year interest rates in (a) the second year (Year 2 only) and (b) the third year (Year 3 only).

5.10- The interest rate on five-year Treasury bonds is 3.1 percent, the rate on six-year T-bonds is 2.9 percent. Using the expectations theory, compute the expected one-year interest rates in (a) Year 6 only and (b) Year 7 only.