You silly person. You already have the answers to all the questions. They are in each of the chapters, just read it and write down the answers. .
It cant get any easier th…an that. Wait till you get to college and are working on science projects that dont have all the answers all done for you. (MORE)
Chapter 4 E4-4 - Balance Sheet. (Moderate) Matching various accounts with major sections. 1. A 2. Gâ 3. I 4. A 5. G 6. D 7. Kâ+ 8. I 9. F 10. G 11. D 12. Jâ* 13…. F 14. C 15. B +The unrealized decrease is a negative (although not strictly a contra- account) component of Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income. *Although the letter is checked, the Deficit account is not a contra-account to retained earnings. Instead, it is the title given to a negative retained earnings balance. E4-8 - Balance Sheet Calculations. (Moderate) Calculate missing information, given amounts of selected balance sheet elements. DAWSON COMPANY Balance Sheet December 31 2010 2011 Current assets $ 26,900(a) $ 25,000 Long-term investments 19,200 22,200(h) Property, plant, and equipment (net) 85,700 92,800 Intangible assets 10,400 9,200 Total assets $142,200 $149,200(j) Current liabilities $ 14,500 $ 12,300 Long-term liabilities 35,800(b) 34,900 Total liabilities $ 50,300(d) $ 47,200(i) Capital stock, $5 par $ 20,000(e) $ 20,000 Additional paid-in capital 15,000 15,000(k) Total contributed capital $ 35,000(c) $ 35,000(g) Retained earnings 50,000 60,000 Accumulated other comprehensive income 6,900 7,000 Total stockholders' equity $ 91,900(f) $102,000(l) Total liabilities & stockholders' equity $142,200 $149,200 E4-10 - Corrections. (Moderate) Preparation of a properly classified balance sheet from one prepared erroneously. STEVENS COMPANY Balance Sheet December 31, 2010 Assets Current Assets Cash $ 2,300 Temporary investments in marketable securities 3,200 Accounts receivable $ 5,900 Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts (800) 5,100 Inventory 6,000 Prepaid items: Insurance $ 1,200 Office supplies 800 2,000 Total current assets $18,600 Long-Term Investments Investment in held-to-maturity bonds 10,000 Plant and Equipment Land $ 8,100 Buildings and equipment $35,600 Less: Accumulated depreciation (9,200) 26,400 Total plant and equipment 34,500 Intangible Assets Patents (net) 5,000 Total Assets $68,100 Liabilities Current Liabilities Accounts payable $ 9,900 Salaries payable 1,500 Taxes payable 2,500 Unearned rent 900 Total current liabilities $14,800 Long-Term Liabilities Bonds payable (due 2013) $11,000 Less: Discount on bonds payable (1,000) Total long-term liabilities 10,000 Total Liabilities $24,800 Stockholders' Equity Contributed Capital Common stock, $10 par $12,000 Premium on common stock 10,400 Total contributed capital $22,400 Retained Earnings 24,200 Total contributed capital and retained earnings $46,600 Less: Treasury stock (at cost) (3,300) Total Stockholders' Equity $43,300 Total Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity $68,100 P4-3 - Balance Sheet. (Moderate) Preparation from accounts listed in alphabetical order. Identification of possible disclosures. Computation of working capital and current ratio. GREEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY Balance Sheet December 31, 2010 Assets Current Assets Cash $ 7,200 Marketable securities (short-term) 8,400 Accounts receivable $15,300 Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts (1,000) 14,300 Inventory Raw materials $10,100 Work in process 14,700 Finished goods 23,800 48,600 Prepaid insurance 2,600 Total current assets $ 81,100 Long-Term Investments Bond sinking fund $ 7,700 Investment in available-for-sale stock 16,400 Total long-term investments 24,100 Property, Plant, and Equipment Land $17,000 Buildings $92,500 Less: Accumulated depreciation (32,400) 60,100 Machinery and equipment $57,800 Less: Accumulated depreciation (30,000) 27,800 Total property, plant, and equipment 104,900 Intangible Assets Patents (net) 8,600 Total Assets $218,700 Liabilities Current Liabilities Notes payable $ 5,000 Accounts payable 20,900 Interest payable 500 Wages payable 2,700 Dividends payable 5,600 Income taxes payable 8,900 Unearned rent 5,000 Total current liabilities $ 48,600 Long-Term Liabilities Bonds payable (due 2024) $29,000 Less: Discount on bonds payable (2,500) $26,500 Accrued pension cost 13,300 Total long-term liabilities 39,800 Other Liabilities Deferred taxes payable 2,800 Total Liabilities $ 91,200 Stockholders' Equity Contributed Capital Preferred stock, $100 par $30,000 Common stock, $10 par 44,100 Premium on preferred stock 7,000 Premium on common stock 16,300 Total contributed capital $ 97,400 Retained Earnings 28,100 Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income Unrealized increase in value of available-for-sale stock 2,000 Total Stockholders' Equity $127,500 Total Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity $218,700 Additional parenthetical or note disclosures which might be made include: 1. Inventory costing and valuation methods(s) for raw materials, goods in process, and finished goods. 2. Valuation method for marketable securities and investment in stock. 3. Number of shares of preferred and common stocks authorized and issued. 4. Pension plan information. 5. Bond indenture provisions, including sinking fund information. Working capital = Current assets - Current liabilities $32,500 = $81,100 - $48,600 Current ratio = Current assets Ã· Current liabilities 1.67 = $81,100 Ã· $48,600 (MORE)
1. Cleaning. The drum is cleaned of any residual toner and electrical charge. Conditioning. The drum is conditioned to contain a high electrical charge. Writing. A laser beam… discharges the high charge down to a lower charge, but only in places where toner should go. Developing. Toner is placed onto the drum where the charge has been reduced. Transferring. A strong electrical charge draws the toner off the drum onto the paper. This is the first step that takes place outside the cartridge. Fusing. Heat and pressure fuse the toner to the paper. 2. 1200 DPI(dots per inch), it will be more sharp that a 600 DPI image. 3. USB 4. CIS and CCD 5. ECP and EPP 6. By whether or not the correct electrical charge is on the specific spot. 7. If it does not it will have to mix all primary colors to produce black. 8. PhotoREt II 9. Check ink levels and/or if your printer, cartridges, etc.. need to be cleaned 10. keep the printer in a cool, well-ventilated area, and dont use it to print more than 50 to 75 pages without allowing the heads to cool down (MORE)
1-12. are mainly about what is in the chapter so I am certain you will find the answer in that section of the book. I believe the questions are answered in chapter...16? Yes, …I'm quite confident it is chapter 16. (MORE)