Project Management

Project Management
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The two assessments attached are assessment 5 and 6 which needs to be completed using the previous assignment I did on MS Project. I have also attached the mpp file related to previous assessment which includes precedence diagram. You have to answer assessment 5 and assessment 6 based on the precedance diagram. Please only take the assignment if you have knowledge in this.

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Management
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discuss the challenges faced by employees and employers in the current dynamic work environment.use examples from the pacific islands

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Microeconomics
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From econ bonus 2: Please answer this question. This question was created from https://www.allessays.net/file/9384113/econ-bonus-2/ . 15. Refer to Table 1. What amount of subsidy per unit of output would move the market from the equilibrium level of output to the socially optimal level of output? a. $2 b. $3 0. $5 (1. $10

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Accounting
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Company Analysis In this 5–7 page paper, discuss what the new reporting standards have meant for the company that you have selected. You should discuss the quality of the information provided by the company from the perspective of a potential user of the financial information. In other words, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the annual report information and disclosures (transparency) in terms of whether they provide relevant and reliable information to investors and how this will change under the new business combination requirements. Format your citations according to APA (6th Edition) style and formatting .

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Accounting
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Question 2 Bruno Company accumulates the following data concerning a mixed cost, using miles as the activity level. Miles Driven Total Cost Miles Driven Total Cost January 8,010 $11,395 March 8,550 $11,705 February 7,460 10,506 April 8,260 11,555 Compute the variable cost per mile using the high-low method. (Round variable cost per mile to 2 decimal places e.g. 1.25.) Variable cost per mile $ LINK TO TEXT Compute the fixed cost elements using the high-low method. Fixed costs $

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Accounting
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The SEC issues accounting standards in the form of

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Accounting
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Rice Company has a unit selling price of $720, variable costs per unit of $432, and fixed costs of $258,624. Compute the break-even point in units using (a) the mathematical equation and (b) contribution margin per unit. (a) Mathematical Equation                                   (b) Contribution margin per unit Break-even point ________________   units    __________________________       units

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Management
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Why is the classical viewpoint sometimes seen negatively these days? use example from the pacific islands to support your answer

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Accounting
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Jorge Company bottles and distributes B-Lite, a diet soft drink. The beverage is sold for  50  cents per 16-ounce bottle to retailers, who charge customers  78  cents per bottle. For the year 2014, management estimates the following revenues and costs. Sales $ 1,820,200 Selling expenses—variable $ 69,000 Direct materials 426,500 Selling expenses—fixed 68,900 Direct labor 359,500 Administrative expenses—variable 86,338 Manufacturing overhead—variable 314,600 Administrative expenses—fixed 63,700 Manufacturing overhead—fixed 287,400 Your answer is partially correct.  Try again.     Prepare a CVP income statement for 2014 based on management’s estimates. JORGE COMPANY CVP Income Statement (Estimated) For the Year Ending December 31, 2014                   Administrative Expenses                                Contribution Margin                                Cost of Goods Sold                                Fixed Expenses                                Net Income/(Loss)                                Sales                                Selling Expenses                                Total Fixed Expenses                                Total Variable Expenses                                Variable Expenses                $                    Administrative Expenses                                Contribution Margin                                Cost of Goods Sold                                Fixed Expenses                                Net Income/(Loss)                                Sales                                Selling Expenses                                Total Fixed Expenses                                Total Variable Expenses                                Variable Expenses                        Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses $          Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses         Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses         Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses                   Administrative Expenses                                Contribution Margin                                Cost of Goods Sold                                Fixed Expenses                                Net Income/(Loss)                                Sales                                Selling Expenses                                Total Fixed Expenses                                Total Variable Expenses                                Variable Expenses                                  Administrative Expenses                                Contribution Margin                                Cost of Goods Sold                                Fixed Expenses                                Net Income/(Loss)                                Sales                                Selling Expenses                                Total Fixed Expenses                                Total Variable Expenses                                Variable Expenses                    Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses         Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses         Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses             Administrative Expenses    Contribution Margin    Cost of Goods Sold    Fixed Expenses    Net Income/(Loss)    Sales    Selling Expenses    Total Fixed Expenses    Total Variable Expenses    Variable Expenses                   Administrative Expenses                                Contribution Margin                                Cost of Goods Sold                                Fixed Expenses                                Net Income/(Loss)                                Sales                                Selling Expenses                                Total Fixed Expenses                                Total Variable Expenses                                Variable Expenses                $  LINK TO TEXT LINK TO VIDEO Your answer is incorrect.  Try again.     Calculate variable cost per bottle. (Round variable cost per bottle to 2 decimal places, e.g. 0.25.) Variable cost per bottle $  LINK TO TEXT LINK TO VIDEO Your answer is incorrect.  Try again.     Compute the break-even point in (1) units and (2) dollars. (Round answers to 0 decimal places, e.g. 1,225.) (1) Compute the break-even point  units (2) Compute the break-even point $  LINK TO TEXT LINK TO VIDEO Your answer is incorrect.  Try again.     Compute the contribution margin ratio and the margin of safety ratio. (Round answers to 0 decimal places, e.g. 25%.) Contribution margin ratio  % Margin of safety ratio  % LINK TO TEXT LINK TO VIDEO Your answer is incorrect.  Try again.     Determine the sales dollars required to earn net income of $ 243,500 .(Round answers to 0 decimal places, e.g. 1,225.) Required sales dollars $

 
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