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When level of activity for accounting increases variable cost will increase?
Yes, you need more food when exercising especially proteins If you're weight training proteins are essential for muscle building, and when you're exercising you're using your …body's energy faster, so you need more food to refuel yourself.
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burning coal for energy
tvc will also inscrease as output increase
true. as fixed costs remain the same with change in activity, the per unit price of each unit changes inversely with activity level. rent is generally a fixed costs. if …rent is $10,000, and 100 units are produced, then the per unit price is $10 with respect to rent. if rent is $10,000, and 200 units are produced, then the per unit price is $5 with respect to rent. thus, as we produced more units, or as the activity level went up, the average costs per unit decreased.
A decrease in fixed cost per unit
total fixed costs remain unchanged
This is generally done in areas such as manufacturing where processes can be more automated. By investing in machines and facilities, the fixed costs will increase, but variab…le labor costs will decrease.
Unit Fixed Cost and Total Variable Cost Kenny Kalejaiye
Greenhouse gases (GHG) are those gases which absorb solar radiation and re-radiate the heat into the atmosphere. The principal gases in this category are carbon dioxide and me…thane. Human activities which lead to these emissions or decreased activity of GHG sinks are: . Burning of fossil fuels . Agricultural practices (cattle related methane emissions and loss of carbon sequestration in soil by modern tilling practices) . Reduction of forest cover . Methane leaks from oil and gas fields Just keep doing what we are already doing will do that (e.g.burning lots of fossil fuels, heavy logging).
what effect does an increase in volume have on fixed cost per unit
one of them is people drive cars another is globle warming
If increased sales are all on credit then it will also increase theaccounts receivable as well.
The easiest model to visualise this is the "lock and key model". Enzymes are the locks and substrates the keys. The keys are randomly bouncing around in space and by increasin…g their temperature you increase the speed and which they move. The faster the keys move the more chance they have of "hitting" a lock. This way enzyme activity increases with temperature as there is more liklyhood of the substrates finding the active site in a unit of time when the substrates are moving faster. It can also be the case that the enzymes are free to move but in nature they can be bound to a fixed surface and so are unable to move.
Usually, if you have produced a million units, the cost of an extra one is much less than producing just one. The costs of setting up tools, factory space, personnel etc are g…enerally much the same, so the more you can make and sell, those costs are shared across a lot bigger output, and those costs divided by the ouput are called the cost per unit. So it falls. That's why "mass production" is so successful. Imagine an automobile manufacturer planning to set up a factory to make just 1 automobile. Purchase of raw materials will be much cheaper for similar reasons.
Humans burn fossil fuels (primarily coal and oil). This activity currently liberates over 30 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year. We dig up 7 billion tons of c…oal per year, and pump 4 billion tons of oil. Not all the oil is burned. Some of it goes into lubricants, plastics, and other materials. But most of the coal is burned for fuel. If you combine those you get 11 billion tons of carbon. The atomic weight of carbon is 12. The atomic weight of oxygen is 16. So every pound of coal oxidized yields 3.7 pounds of CO2. 11 billion tons times 3.7 is 40 billion tons of CO2 added to the atmosphere each year. This gas accumulates, it does not readily come back out again. So atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to rise. The level has risen from 290 parts per million in 1900 to 400 ppm today. We will exceed 500 ppm before 2050, at our current rate of consumption. CO2 traps infrared radiation, which is why it is a greenhouse gas. The net effect is that earth's temperature continues to rise. A: Coal fired power plants liberate more carbon from long sequestered sources than any other human activity. The consumption of fossil fuels by the transportation industry is a close second. A: There are many things that increase carbon dioxide in the air, including: - Cars - Burning fossils fuels - Keeping electricity open when unnecessary - Factories - Cutting down trees There are many others. A: Cutting down trees (deforestation)Burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) for transport, heating and for generating electricity.