# Expenditures for consumer goods and services \$4,565 Exports \$740 Government purchases of goods and services \$1,465 Social Security taxes \$510 Net investment \$225 Indirect business taxes \$520 Imports \$825 Gross investment \$865Corporate income taxes \$185 Personal income taxes \$750 Corporate retained earnings \$45 Net foreign factor income \$20 Government transfer payments to households \$690 Net interest payments to households \$0On the basis of Table, depreciation isa. \$640 billion.b. \$50 billion.c. \$85 billion.d. \$690 billion.

a. \$640 billion.

Explanation:

Net investment = \$225

Gross investment = \$865

Depreciation = Gross investment - Net investment = \$865 - \$225 = \$640

Therefore, on the basis of Table, depreciation is  a. \$640 billion.

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In 2009, based on concepts similar to those used to estimate U.S. employment figures, the Japanese adult non- institutionalized population was 110.272 million, the labor force was 65.36 million, and the number of people employed was 62.242 million. According to these numbers, the Japanese labor-force participation rate and unemployment rate were aboutA 56.4% and 2.8%.
B 56.4% and 4.8%.
C 59.3% and 2.8%.
D 59.3% and 4.8%.

Option (D) is correct.

Explanation:

Given that,

Japanese adult non- institutionalized population = 110.272 million

Labor force = 65.36 million

Number of people employed = 62.242 million

Labor force participation rate is calculated as the percent of adult population involved in the labor force.

Labor force participation rate:

= (Labor force ÷ adult non- institutionalized population) × 100

= (65.36 ÷ 110.272) × 100

= 0.5927 × 100

= 59.27% or 59.3%

Unemployment rate is calculated as the percent of people unemployed among the labor force.

Number of people unemployed:

= Total labor force - Number of employed

= 65.36 - 62.242

= 3.118 million

Unemployment rate:

= (Number of people unemployed ÷ Labor force) × 100

= (3.118 ÷ 65.36) × 100

= 0.0477 × 100

= 4.77% or 4.8%

An investment of 1 will double in 27.72 years at a force of interest, δ. An investment of 1 will increase to 7.04 in n years at a nominal rate of interest numerically equal to δ and convertible once every two years. Calculate n.

80

Explanation:

According to the given situation, the computation of n is shown below:-

EXP[27.72δ]=2

δ =0.025

m = 1 ÷ 2

(1 + 0.025 ÷ (1 ÷ 2))^n ÷ 2 = 7.04

n ÷ 2 × ln(1.05)=ln(7.04)

n ÷ 2=40

n = 80

Therefore for computing the n we simply applied the above formula i.e. by considering all the information given in the question

Hence,the n is 80

To find the number of years it takes for an investment of \$1 to increase to \$7.04 at a nominal rate of interest numerically equal to δ and convertible once every two years, we can use the formula A = P(1 + r/m)^mt. Using this formula, we can solve for t by substituting the given values into the equation and solving for t using logarithms.

To find n, the number of years it takes for an investment of \$1 to increase to \$7.04 at a nominal rate of interest numerically equal to δ and convertible once every two years, we can use the formula:

A = P(1 + r/m)mt

Where A is the final amount, P is the initial investment, r is the nominal rate of interest, m is the number of times interest is compounded per year, and t is the number of years.

In this case, A = \$7.04, P = \$1, r = δ, and m = 2 (since it is convertible once every two years). Using this information, we can solve for t:

\$7.04 = \$1(1 + δ/2)2t

Divide both sides by \$1:

7.04 = (1 + δ/2)2t

Take the logarithm of both sides:

log(7.04) = log((1 + δ/2)2t)

Apply the power rule of logarithms:

log(7.04) = 2t * log(1 + δ/2)

Divide both sides by 2 * log(1 + δ/2):

t = log(7.04) / (2 * log(1 + δ/2))

Plug in the value of δ to find the value of t.

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The following information applies to the questions displayed below.]Performance Products Corporation makes two products, titanium Rims and Posts. Data regarding the two products follow:DirectLabor-Hoursper unit AnnualProductionRims 0.30 26,000 unitsPosts 0.50 70,000 unitsAdditional information about the company follows:Rims require \$15 in direct materials per unit, and Posts require \$11.The direct labor wage rate is \$15 per hour.Rims are more complex to manufacture than Posts and they require special equipment.The ABC system has the following activity cost pools:Estimated ActivityActivity Cost Pool Activity Measure EstimatedOverheadCost Rims Posts TotalMachine setups Number of setups \$ 32,900 60 140 200Special processing Machine-hours \$114,800 4,000 0 4,000General factory Direct labor-hours \$1,404,000 6,000 72,000 78,000c.A security guard patrols the company grounds after normal working hours.d.Purchase orders are issued for materials to be used in production.e.Modifications are made to product designs.f.New employees are hired by the personnel office.g.Machine settings are changed between batches of different products.h.Parts inventories are maintained in the storeroom. (Each product requires its own unique parts.)i. Insurance costs are incurred on theRequired:1. Compute the activity rate for each activity cost pool. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)Activity Cost Pool Activity RateMachine setups per setupSpecial processing per MHGeneral factory per DLHcompanyâs2. Determine the unit product cost of each product according to the ABC system. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answers to 2 decimal places.)Unit product cost of Rims Unit product cost of Posts

Explanation:

1. Compute the activity rate for each activity cost pool.

2. Determine the unit product cost of each product according to the ABC system.

•The unit product cost for RIMS = \$28.45 , while the unit product cost for POSTS = \$37.34

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A company began its fiscal year with inventory of \$186,000. Purchases and cost of goods sold for the year were \$945,000 and \$982,000, respectively. What was the amount of ending inventory?

\$149,000

Explanation:

Data provided as per the question below

Cost of goods sold = \$982,000

Inventory = \$186,000

Purchase = \$945,000

The computation of amount of ending inventory is shown below:-

Cost of goods sold = Inventory + Purchase - Ending inventory

= \$982,000 = \$186,000 + \$945,000 - Ending inventory

= \$982,000 = \$1,131,000 - Ending inventory

= \$149,000

______________ is/are an example of a detective control. a. Physical access controls b. Encryption c. Log analysis d. Emergency response teams

(C) Log Analysis

Explanation:

• Detective Control: An accounting term used to find problems within a company's processes

Log Analysis is a computer management system that logs records. This log analysis records everything, so if there is an ongoing problem, it will be recorded. Once its recorded and known, a solution can be provided.

Al is a medical doctor who conducts his practice as a sole proprietor. During 2019, he received cash of \$334,200 for medical services. Of the amount collected, \$33,600 was for services provided in 2018. At the end of 2019, Al had accounts receivable of \$91,400, all for services rendered in 2019. In addition, at the end of the year, Al received \$11,000 as an advance payment from a health maintenance organization (HMO) for services to be rendered in 2020. Compute AI's gross income for 2019 using the cash basis of accounting.

AI's gross income for 2019 using the cash basis of accounting is \$345,200

Explanation:

The computation of the gross income using the cash basis of accounting is shown below: