what are the sensitivity specificity positive predictive value and negative predicti 809746

What are the sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive

value, and negative predictive value in the previous

exercise?

6.85 The Pap smear is the standard test for cervical cancer.

The false-positive rate is .636; the false-negative

rate is .180. Family history and age are factors that

must be considered when assigning a probability

of cervical cancer. Suppose that, after obtaining a

medical history, a physician determines that 2% of

women of his patient’s age and with similar family

histories have cervical cancer. Determine the effects

a positive and a negative Pap smear test have on the

probability that the patient has cervical cancer.

angela corporation issues 2 000 convertible bonds at january 1 2013 the bonds have a 739164

Angela Corporation issues 2,000 convertible bonds at January 1, 2013. The bonds have a 3-year life, and are issued at par with a face value of $1,000 per bond, giving total proceeds of $2,000,000. Interest is payable annually at 6%. Each bond is convertible into 250 ordinary shares (par value of $1). When the bonds are issued, the market rate of interest for similar debt without the conversion option is 8%.

Instructions

(a) Compute the liability and equity component of the convertible bond on January 1, 2013.

(b) P r epa r e the journal entry to r eco r d the issuance of the convertible bond on January 1, 2013.

(c) P r epa r e the journal entry to r eco r d the r epu r chase of the convertible bond for cash at January 1,

2016, its maturity date.

static flexible schedule 743483

10.22 – Static and flexible budgets, variances, information quality The photocopying department in a community college has budgeted monthly costs at $40,000 per month plus $7 per student. Normally 800 students are enrolled. During January there were 730 students (which is within the relevant range). At the end of the month, actual fixed costs were $42,000, and variable costs were $3,650.

REQUIRED:

A.

Develop a static budget for photocopying costs based on 800 students.

B.

Calculate the January static budget variance for fixed and variable photocopying costs.

C.

Develop a flexible budget for the actual volume of students in January.

D.

Calculate the January flexible budget variance for fixed and variable photocopying costs.

E.

Which variance information—part (B) or (D)—is of higher quality? Explain

question 1 presented here are the comparative balance sheets of hames inc at decembe 1102304

Question 1 Presented here are the comparative balance sheets of Hames, Inc., at December 31, 2014 and 2013. Sales for the year ended December 31, 2014, totaled $630,000. Hames, Inc., Balance Sheets December 31, 2014 and 2013 2014 Assets Cash Accou nts receiva ble Merch andise invento ry Total

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Question 1 Presented here are the comparative balance sheets of Hames, Inc., at December 31, 2014 and 2013. Sales for the year ended December 31, 2014, totaled $630,000.??   Hames, Inc.,?Balance Sheets?December 31, 2014 and 2013?? ?2014?2013??  Assets? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??  Cash? ?$?21,000? ? ? ?$?20,000? ? ??  Accounts receivable? ? ?78,000? ? ? ? ?72,000? ? ??  Merchandise inventory? ? ?103,000? ? ? ? ?99,000? ? ?? ? ???? ? ???? ??    Total current assets? ?$?202,000? ? ? ?$?191,000? ? ??  Land? ? ?50,000? ? ? ? ?40,000? ? ??  Plant and equipment? ? ?125,000? ? ? ? ?110,000? ? ??    Less: Accumulated depreciation? ? ?(65,000?)? ? ? ?(60,000?)? ?? ? ???? ? ???? ??  Total assets? ?$?312,000? ? ? ?$?281,000? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??  Liabilities? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??  Short-term debt? ?$?18,000? ? ? ?$?17,000? ? ??  Accounts payable? ? ?64,800? ? ? ? ?75,500? ? ??  Other accrued liabilities? ? ?20,000? ? ? ? ?18,000? ? ?? ? ???? ? ????This document was truncated here because it was created in the Evaluation Mode.

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from the following balances extracted from the book of m s manju chawla on march 31 831068

From the following balances extracted from the book of M/s Manju Chawla on March 31, 2005. You are requested to prepare the trading and profit and loss account and a balance sheet as on this date.

Account Title

Amount

Rs

Amount

Rs

Opening stock

10,000

Purchases and Sales

40,000

80,000

Returns

200

600

Wages

6,000

Dock and cleaning charges

4,000

Lighting

500

Misc. Income

6,000

Rent

2,000

Capital

40,000

Drawings

2,000

Debtors and Creditors

6,000

7,000

Cash

3,000

Investment

6,000

Patent

4,000

Land and Machinery

43,000

Donations and Charity

600

Sales tax collected

1,000

Furniture

11,300

1,36,600

1,36,600

Closing stock was Rs 2,000.

(a) Interest on drawings @ 7% and interest on capital @ 5%.

(b) Land and Machinery is depreciated at 5%.

(c) Interest on investment @ 6%.

(d) Unexpired rent Rs 100.

(e) Charge 5% depreciation on furniture.

the following financial statements relate to charity plc income statement profit and 1256262

The following financial statements relate to Charity plc:

Income statement (profit and loss account) for year ended 30 September Year 4

£000s £000s

Revenue 2,480

Cost of sales (1,100)

Gross profit 1,380

Administration and selling expenses (678)

Operating profit 702

Debenture interest (31)

Profit before taxation 671

Taxation (154)

Profit for equity holders 517

Note: The directors have recommended a dividend of 11.4 pence per share in total in respect of Year 4, to be paid following approval at the next annual general meeting.

Statement of financial position (balance sheet) as at 30 September Year 4

Non-current assets, net of depreciation

£000s

£000s 785

Current assets: Inventories (stocks)

341

Trade receivables (debtors)

801

Cash

110

Total current assets

1,252

Total assets

less : Current liabilities

Trade payables (creditors)

2,037

(90)

Other payable and accruals

(654)

Total current liabilities

(744)

Net current assets

508

Total assets less current liabilities Non-current liabilities

7% debentures

1,293

(440)

Total liabilities

(1,184)

Net assets

853

Share capital and reserves Issued share capital

(1,360,000 ordinary shares of 25p nominal value)

340

Retained earnings

513

853

you are evaluating two different cookie baking ovens the pillsbury 707 costs 73 000 957172

You are evaluating two different cookie-baking ovens. The Pillsbury 707 costs $73,000, has a 5-year life, and has an annual OCF (after tax) of Ac€?o$11,900 per year. The Keebler CookieMunster costs $99,500, has a 7-year life, and has an annual OCF (after tax) of Ac€?o$9,900 per year.

Pillsbury 707$
Keebler CookieMunster$

If your discount rate is 11 percent, what is each machineAc€?cs EAC?

one of the tenets of u s tax policy is to encourage business development which code 939910

One of the tenets of U.S. tax policy is to encourage business development. Which Code section does not support this tenet?

       Section 351, which allows entities to incorporate tax-free
       Section 1031, which allows the exchange of stock of one corporation for stock of another
       Section 368, which allows for tax-favorable corporate restructuring through mergers and acquisitions
       Section 381, which allows the target corporation’s tax benefits to carryover to the successor corporation
       None of the above

critique the financial reporting of bp ltd over the period leading up to and subsequ 743651

ACC706 theory and issues ACCOUNTING
QUESTION:
Critique the Financial Reporting of BP Ltd over the period leading up to and subsequent to the Deepwater Disaster.
Demonstrate in your critical analysis what BP Ltd. Included or failed to include in their General Purpose Financial Reports.
You are encouraged to use elements of the GPFR and to apply accounting theory to this in a critical analysis.
Required:-

  1. As this is a university assessment you are encouraged to use academic references in your assessment (at least 10 academic references).
  2. 1000(one thousands) words.
  3. Not more then 10% plagiarism.

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ACC706 theory and issues ACCOUNTING QUESTION: Critique the Financial Reporting of BP Ltd over the period leading up to and subsequent to the Deepwater Disaster. Demonstrate in your critical analysis what BP Ltd. Included or failed to include in their General Purpose Financial Reports. You are encouraged to use elements of the GPFR and to apply accounting theory to this in a critical analysis. Required:- As this is a university assessment you are encouraged to use academic references in your assessment (at least 10 academic references). 1000(one thousands) words. Not more then 10% plagiarism.

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scot and vidia married taxpayers earn 95 000 in taxable income and 5 000 in interest 763005

Scot and Vidia, married taxpayers, earn $95,000 in taxable income and $5,000 in interest from an investment in City of Tampa bonds. (Use the U.S. tax rate schedule). (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

  

a.

If Scot and Vidia earn an additional $83,500 of taxable income, what is their marginal tax rate on this income?

      

b.

How would your answer differ if they, instead, had $83,500 of additional deductions?