BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

Grainger Company is a major automotive parts manufacturer operating in six countries. It has no restrictions on stock sales and the stock is available to the general public. Grainger Company is a _____ corporation.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The correct word for the blank space is: public.

Explanation:

A public corporation has sold stock through an Initial Public Offering (IPO) to the public and that stock is currently traded on a public stock exchange or the Over-The-Counter (OTC) market. The ability to sell public shares is very important to these businesses as it provides them with a source of capital for investment.


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In a recent year hart corporation had net income of $125,000, interest expense of $30,000, and tax expense of $40,000. what was hart corporation’s times interest earned for the year?

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Net income = $125,000

Interest expense = $30,000

Tax expense = $40,000

Interest times hart corporation earned for the year = ?

First add all the expenses and then divided by interest expense to get interest times.

= ($125,000 + $30,000 + $40,000) / $30,000

= $195,000 / $30,000

= 6.5 

HIGH SCHOOL

A public service ad on television shows a young boy resisting the attempts of someone off-camera to persuade him to accept drugs. The boy resists each and every enticement (e.g., "It'll make you fly!" or "Come on, this one's free!"). The camera then pans back, and the boy's father hugs him and says, "Good job, son!" This ad illustrates the use of ________ to increase resistance to attitude change.

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Answer: Attitude inoculation

Explanation:

Attitude inoculation is referred to as the technique or method which is used in order to make an individual immune to the attempts taken in order to change the attitude thereby firstly exposing themselves to the small arguments taken against their position. It is referred to as so since it tends to works similarly like a medical inoculation, that exposes an individual's body to the weaker state of the virus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Economic advances in many countries have led to the: A. decline of middle and working classes.
B. rise of totalitarian reforms.
C. decline of property rights.

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Complete Question:

Economic advances in many countries have led to the

A) emergence of increasingly prosperous middle and working classes.

B) decline of middle and working classes.

C) emergence of closed and self-contained societies. D) rise of totalitarian reforms.

E) decline of property rights.

Answer:

Economic advances in many countries have led to the emergence of increasingly prosperous middle and working classes.

Explanation:

Economic advancements is improving your country's infrastructure. These improvements can either be emotional or government-oriented (such as road maintenance or railway services) (such as legislative or court system).

The growth of the United States is the best in decades. If you somehow look at overall middle-income family's financial lifetimes — his income expense, assets and interest payments— as well as how developments since Election Day 2016 were supposed to impact them, you will get a more mixed picture. It is also true that inflation is high and the level of unemployment is at a generational pace.

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The perfect rose co. has earnings of $1.70 per share. the benchmark pe for the company is 20. what stock price would you consider appropriate?

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Answer:

May answer na po hindi ba!!

Explanation:

Sorry po!!!!

The Perfect Rose Co. has earnings of $1.70 per share. The benchmark PE for the company is 20.

What stock price would you consider appropriate? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)

  Stock price = Earning per Share * PE Ratio

Stock price = 1.70*20

Stock price = $ 34

What if the benchmark PE were 23? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)

Stock price = Earning per Share * PE Ratio

Stock price = 1.70*23

Stock price = $ 39.10

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