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Compute the Contribution Margin Ratio By Homework Help Classof1
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"a. What is the company's contribution margin ratio? b. What is the company's break-even in units? c. If sales increase by 100 units, by how much should net operating income increase? d. How... More > many units would the company have to sell to attain target profits of $225,000? "< Less
"Compute the Contribution Margin Ratio " By Homework Help Classof1
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"a. What is the company's contribution margin ratio? b. What is the company's break-even in units? c. If sales increase by 100 units, by how much should net operating income increase? d. How... More > many units would the company have to sell to attain target profits of $225,000? e. What is the company's margin of safety in dollars?"< Less
New Product Launch By Homework Help Classof1
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A product launch should be evaluated using a business case that is built around the future expected cash flows. However, from a portfolio perspective there are some factors that must be considered in... More > forecasting the future expected cash flows.< Less
Financial Statement Analysis Liquidity By Homework Help Classof1
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"You have been asked to attend the corporate meeting next week to discuss the performance of your division. To help you prepare for the meeting, you requested the following information from the... More > Chief Financial Officer. Determine the company’s budgeted break-even point in dollars, contribution margin ratio and contribution margins per unit by product. "< Less
Applying Fibonacci Numbers to Solve Real World Problems By Siddharth Kumar
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This paper begins by outlining the mathematics behind the Fibonacci sequence, the Golden Ratio and the Golden Spiral. It then examines specific instances of the prevalence of Fibonacci numbers in... More > nature. Various existing mathematical models for cancer tumor growth are evaluated. I then present my own model based upon the mathematics behind cell division in multicellular organisms, deriving differential equations in terms of the Golden Ratio (φ). While this model has not been tested yet, there does seem to be a strong mathematical and biological basis for it. The paper concludes by outlining possible limitations of my proposed model and potential areas for further research. While the areas of existence Fibonacci sequence in nature and cancer tumor modeling are extensively researched, I have clearly highlighted my original contribution in formulating a mathematical model in terms of the Golden Ratio.< Less
Theory of Everything (English) By Filarit Teregulov, PhD
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Filarit Teregulov, PhD THEORY OF EVERYTHING A new picture of the evolution of the universe is based on the representation of it in the form of the topological environment. The basic property of the... More > medium is the inclination of its component parts to occupy simultaneously infinitely large and infinitely small space in the universe. Different ratios of these inclinations are manifested in the vast frontier zone, existing in two extreme forms (folded and unfolded), and a kind of topological swing as if they contribute to the organization of the median state, and “recycle” the medium in general. Revealed logic of topological transformations covers all areas and levels of the universe, and so it qualifies as a Theory of Everything. This work is addressed to all interested in the answer to the question of the origin of the universe and life in it, which determines our view of ourselves and our place in the universe.< Less
The Financial Meltdown of 2008: A Fundamentals Approach By Bernard C. Beaudreau
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Presents a fundamentals interpretation of the Financial Meltdown of 2008. Attributes it to two innovations, namely factory automation and outsourcing, both of which contributed to lowering the wage... More > income to GDP ratio, thus resulting in underincome. Underincome describes a situation in which markets are unable to monetize output (profits being a residual form of income), leading to stagnation, recession and ultimately, depression. Financial innovation begun in earnest in the early 1980's attempted to correct the underlying weakness. Consumer credit would shore up product markets. This policy worked for a quarter century (1983-2008), but was cut short by (i) the over-endebtedness of consumers and (ii) the collapse of the housing market. Discusses the various options available to the Obama Administration.< Less
The Financial Meltdown of 2008: A Fundamentals Approach By Bernard C. Beaudreau
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Presents a fundamentals interpretation of the Financial Meltdown of 2008. Attributes it to two innovations, namely factory automation and outsourcing, both of which contributed to lowering the wage... More > income to GDP ratio, thus resulting in underincome. Underincome describes a situation in which markets are unable to monetize output (profits being a residual form of income), leading to stagnation, recession and ultimately, depression. Financial innovation begun in earnest in the early 1980's attempted to correct the underlying weakness. Consumer credit would shore up product markets. This policy worked for a quarter century (1983-2008), but was cut short by (i) the over-endebtedness of consumers and (ii) the collapse of the housing market. Discusses the various options available to the Obama Administration.< Less