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The following information is available for Wonderway, Inc., for 2015:Factory rent $ 29,300 Company advertising 20,800 Wages paid to laborers 85,000 Depreciation for president's vehicle 8,150 Indirect production labor 2,000 Utilities for factory 30,000 Production supervisor's salary 31,300 President's salary 61,800 Direct materials used 35,800 Sales commissions 7,500 Factory insurance 14,000 Depreciation on factory equipment 27,800 Required:1. Calculate the direct labor cost for Wonderway.2. Calculate the manufacturing overhead cost for Wonderway.3. Calculate the prime cost for Wonderway.4. Calculate the conversion cost for Wonderway.5. Calculate the total manufacturing cost for Wonderway.6. Calculate the period expenses for Wonderway.
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Noteworthy, Inc., produces and sells small electronic keyboards. Assume that you have the following information about Noteworthy’s costs for the most recent month.Depreciation on factory equipment $ 890 Depreciation on CEO's company car 130 Speakers used in the keyboard 1,140 Production supervisor's salary 2,320 Glue and screws used in the keyboards 260 Wages of persons who install the speakers 2,970 Cost to run an ad on local radio stations 615 Utilities for the factory 1,270 Personnel manager's salary 2,640 Wages of person who attaches legs to keyboards 2,060 Required:1. Calculate the total product cost for Noteworthy.2. Calculate the prime cost for Noteworthy.3. Calculate the manufacturing overhead for Noteworthy.4. Calculate the direct labor for Noteworthy.5. Calculate the conversion cost for Noteworthy.6. Calculate the total variable cost (with number of units produced as the activity) for Noteworthy.7. Calculate the total fixed cost (with number of units produced as the activity) for Noteworthy.
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The length of a thread is 40 feet. The thread is cut into two parts such that one part is 12 cm shorter than the other part. Find the length of the longer part. m. Epoy and Junjun can do a certain job in 10 hours if they work together. If Epoy can do job in 15 hours, how long will it take Junjun to do the job alone? search Project: Do a research on the different patterns found in objects, plants, and and that can be modeled mathematically. vects, plants, and animals
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A rectangle is 5 meters longer than its width. If the length is shortened by 2 meters and width is increased by 1 meter, the area remains the same. Find the area of the rectanel g. The ratio of two numbers is 2:5. If the larger number is 40, what is the smaller number h. Sixteen construction workers can finish cementing a floor of a building in 3 hours.
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Ejay bought a pack of peanut bars from the neighborhood store. He ate 3 of the cont of the contents immediately. He gave 20 pieces to his sister Aileen. Then he ate emaining bars. of the remaining ba If he has 25 peanut bars left later, how many bars did the pack originally contain?
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Solve for x. 5 x − 19 ≤ 1 OR − 4 x + 3 < − 6
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Solve each of the word problems. a. Ten less than four times a number is 14. What is the number? b. The smaller of two integers, x and x + 3, is multiplied by 3, and then added to the other integer. The sum of the two integers is 100, what is the larger integer? c. The sum of three consecutive numbers is 129. What is the difference between the largest and the smallest number? d. How many liters of water must be added to 50 liters of 70% ethyl alcohol to reduce it to a mixture of 40% ethyl alcohol concentration? The Nature of Mathematics 25
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A physical education teacher plans to divide the seventh graders at Wilson Middle School into teams of equal size of year-ending mock Olympic event. He wants each team to have between 5 and 9 students, and has a strong preference to have the same number of students on each team. The seventh grade at Wilson consists of three classes, one with 24 stu- dents, one with 26, and one with 21. How many students should be on each team?
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A bag of garden soil weighs 44 pounds and holds 2 cubic feet. Find the weight of 15 bags in kilograms and the volume of 15 bags in cubic yards.
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Solve T=L(7 + RS) for S.Please help
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I need this one done too please
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4.9t^2-2.78t-1.15=0 what is the value of T
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A $280 suit is marked down by 20%. Find the sale price.
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What kind of graph of a function shows the same output value for each input value
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A study was conducted to estimate hospital costs for accident victims who wore seat belts. Twenty randomly selected cases have a distribution that appears to be bell-shaped with a mean of $9004 and a standard deviation of $5629.a) Construct the 99% confidence interval for the mean of all such costs and write a sentence that interprets the interval.b) Based on the confidence interval, if you are a manager for an insurance company that provides lower rates for drivers who wear seat belts, and you want a conservative estimate for a worst case scenario, what amount should you use as the possible hospital cost for an accident victim who wears seat belts?
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On an elementary school examination in spelling, the mean grade of 32 boys was 72 with a standard deviation of 8, while the mean grade of 36 girls was 75 with a standard deviation of 6. Test the hypothesis at a (a) 0.05, (b) 0.01 level of significance that the girls are better in spelling than the boys
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A statistics instructor believes that more than 20% of Evergreen Valley College (EVC) students attended the opening midnight showing of the latest Harry Potter movie. She surveys 84 of her students and finds that 11 attended the midnight showing. The Type I error is to conclude that the percent of EVC students who attended is ________.
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Use the formula to find the standard error of the distribution of differences in sample means, x¯1-x¯2. Samples of size 100 from Population 1 with mean 95 and standard deviation 14 and samples of size 90 from Population 2 with mean 75 and standard deviation 15 Round your answer for the standard error to two decimal places. standard error = Enter your answer in accordance to the question statement
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The image shows the graph of T , the temperature (in Fahrenheit) over a 20-hour period in PeachTree City as a function of time T 1. Estimate T(10)2. If t=0 corresponds to 12:00 midnight, interpret what is meant by T(12) in words3. Estimate the highest temperature during this period from the graph.4. When was the temperature decreasing?5. If Taylor Swift wants to go for a two-hour hike and return before the temperature getsover 70 degrees, when should she leave?
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Find the standard form equation that has a slopeof 1/2 and passes through the point (2,-7)
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