Richard dulskis firm is about to bid on a new radar system. although the product uses new technology, dulski believes that a learning rate of 75% is appropriate. the first unit is expected to take 680 hours, and the contract is for 15 units.
what is the total amount of hours to build the 15 units?
what is the average time to build each of the 15 units?
assume that a worker works 2,100 hours per year. how many workers should be assigned to this contract to complete it in a year?
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using only the amounts given, compute net cash provided by operations, both without and with the reclassification of the receivables. which reporting makes moss look better? reclassifying the accounts payable to long-term receivables would essentially make the reporting look better. cash flow from operations would go up by $80,000 only because with the reclassification it will look as if the company collected the $80,000. however, the over-all effect will still leave cash flow with a zero-dollar balance and transfer the balance into long term receivables account. 2.under what condition would the reclassification of the receivables be ethical? unethical? the only way the reclassification of the receivables would be ethical is if the company were to make new agreements with the overseas companies that are
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i think it is collected by the federal government but i am not sure.
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the answer is: c. ii only
internal influence on loan's interest rate include all influences that can be controlled by the borrower personally.( every lender can determine the assets that they use as collateral.)
things such as inflation and the strength of economy is heavily depended on the economic performance of all people in the country. so it's definitely outside the lender's control.