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Other comprehensive income____________.A. is never adjusted for tax effects.B. is consistently defined in international balance sheet presentation.C. does not include foreign currency gains and losses.D. consists of certain gains and losses included in comprehensive income but not yet recognized in the income statement.

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Answer:

The correct option is D,consists of certain gains and losses included in comprehensive income but not yet recognized in the income statement

Explanation:

Other comprehensive income is the extended section of the income statement showing certain gains and losses that cannot be recognized in income statement now as they are unrealized.

For instance gains or losses from property,plant and machinery remeasured  at fair market value is posted to other comprehensive since the relevant assets are still within the business not yet realized by a way of disposal.

Also,the increase or decrease in financial instruments held for long-term is also treated in the same manner for similar reason.


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particle has a constant acceleration of 5.8 m/s2. (Due to the nature of this problem, do not use rounded intermediate values in your calculations—including answers submitted in WebAssign.) (a) If its initial velocity is 2.1 m/s, at what time (in s after t = 0) is its displacement 4.0 m? (No Response) 0.867 s (b) What is its speed at that time (in m/s)? (No Response) 7.13 m/s

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Answer:

a) t = 0.86 sec

b) v = 7.128 m/s

Explanation:

Given data:

Constant acceleration = 5.8 m/s^2

Initial velocity = 2.1 m/s

Displacement = 4.0 m

kinematic equation is given as

v = 2.1 m/s

a = 5.8 m/s^2

plugging all value in the above relation

solve for t

t = 0.86 sec

b)  kinematic equation relating to velocity is given as

solving for velocity

v = 7.128 m/s

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The power of the states to regulate is: A) exclusive in the domain of intrastate commerce. B) nonexistent over matters that affect interstate commerce. C) limited only by its own state constitution. D) all of the above.

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Answer:

A) exclusive in the domain of intrastate commerce.

Explanation:

The correct answer is A. The power of the state regulate is exclusive in the domain of intrastate commerce. The U.S. congress has the power to regulate the trade between different states. The commerce clause is one of the fundamental power delegated to congress.

Answer:

The correct answer is letter "A": exclusive in the domain of intrastate commerce.

Explanation:

The power of states is bound to intrastate commerce. The states have the power to collect taxes, borrow money, charter banks and corporations, take private property for public purposes, and spend money for the general welfare all under their jurisdictions.

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Consider the economies of Sporon and Tralfamadore, both of which produce glops of gloop using only tools and workers. Suppose that, during the course of 40 years, the level of physical capital per worker rises by 5 tools per worker in each economy, but the size of each labor force remains the same.Complete the following tables by entering productivity (in terms of output per worker) for each economy in 2020 and 2060.Year SporonPhysical Capital Labor Force Output Productivity(Tools per worker) (Workers) (Glops of gloop) (Glops per worker)2020 11 30 1,800 _______2060 16 30 2,160 _______Year TralfamadorePhysical Capital Labor Force Output Productivity(Tools per worker) (Workers) (Glops of gloop) (Glops per worker)2020 8 30 900 _______2060 13 30 1,620 _______Initially, the number of tools per worker was higher in Sporon than in Tralfamadore. From 2020 to 2060, capital per worker rises by 5 units in each country. The 5-unit change in capital per worker causes productivity in Sporon to rise by a ( larger,smaller) amount than productivity in Tralfamadore. This illustrates the concept of (increasing returns, constant returns, inward- oriented growth, the brain dain, diminishing returns), which makes it (more difficult, easier) for countries with low output to catch up to those with higher output.

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Each unit of a product requires 5 components. The average number of components is 5.50 due to component failure. Purchasing higher quality components can reduce the average number of components to 5 per unit. The cost per component is $450. Calculate the reduction in failure costs per unit due to purchasing higher quality components. $43
$350
$175
$225
$372

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Answer:

correct option is d. $225

Explanation:

given data

product requires  = 5 component

average number of components = 5.50

reduce average number of components = 5 per unit

cost per component = $450

solution

we get here reduction in failure costs per unit due to purchasing that is express as

reduction in failure costs per unit due to purchasing = ( average number of components - product requires ) ×  cost per component   .......................1

put here value and we get

reduction in failure costs per unit due to purchasing = ( 5.50 - 5 ) × $450

reduction in failure costs per unit due to purchasing = $225

so correct option is d. $225

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