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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Midterm: MGOC10-MT-SOL-post

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Mgoc10 analysis for decision making l01/l02 midterm solution. Q1. (a) a = 0, b = 10000, c = 6000, d = 0 (b) 6 6 range coeff x5 6 + so 0 range coeff x5
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Variable Cost, Carrying Cost, Trick-Trick

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19 Aug 2016
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Chapter 4 applications of lp part 2. Operations management example workforce assignment mccormick mfg. Workforce assignment problems occur when product
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Savings Account, Operations Management

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19 Aug 2016
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Chapter 4 applications of lp part 1. Marketing example media selection r&e lake dev. Primary target include middle and upper middle income families wit
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: List Box, Semicolon

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19 Aug 2016
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Chapter 2 solving lp models with lindo solver suite. Can download lingo - www. lindo. com student/demo version or from the course website. Can also sol
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Linear Programming Relaxation, Sensitivity Analysis, Linear Programming

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19 Aug 2016
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Pure integer programming (ip) problems all variables have to be integer. Mixed ip problems some variables integer others can be non-integer. Capital bu
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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Feasible Region, Sensitivity Analysis

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19 Aug 2016
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Chapter 2 solving lp model graphical method & sensitivity analysis of constraints. Any specification of values for variables is called a solution eg. x
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Business Cycle, Stagflation, Nominal Rigidity

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19 Aug 2016
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Aggregate demand curve (ad curve) - shows the relationship between the aggregate (nominal) price level and real aggregate output (gdp) demanded. The qu
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rational Expectations, Premia, Total Factor Productivity

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19 Aug 2016
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Quantitative Easing, Autarky, Opportunity Cost

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19 Aug 2016
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Opportunity Cost, Real Interest Rate, Demand Curve

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19 Aug 2016
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Ch 10 - solutions to supplemental notes and exercises #1. Keynesian cross & the construction of the is curve. Suppose c0 = 100, c1 = 0. 6, i0 = 500, i1
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Price Floor, Working Poor, Efficiency Wage

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19 Aug 2016
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To show that unemployment is the natural consequence of dynamics in the labour market. Both job finding and job separation rates determine the nru. To
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Business Cycle, Ceteris Paribus, Real Interest Rate

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19 Aug 2016
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Review of is/lm model (chapters 10 & 11) Curve shows all of the (y,r) pairs that support (lead to) equilibrium in the goods and. Services market. ( i.
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Money Supply, Keynesian Cross, Real Interest Rate

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19 Aug 2016
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Ch 10 - supplemental notes and exercises #1. The keynesian cross - a simple model of sr income determination. Keynes postulated that in the sr an econo
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Classical Dichotomy, Fisher Hypothesis, Real Wages

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19 Aug 2016
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This chapter examines the classical theory of money. Once again, we are studying the behavior of price and inflation in the long run. It attempts to ex
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UTSCMGEB06H3IrisSummer

MGEB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Accounting Equation, Golden Rule, Growth Accounting

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19 Aug 2016
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MGEB06H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, Nominal Rigidity

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19 Aug 2016
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Question 1: chapter 2, problems and applications #3. Question 2: chapter 2, problems and applications #6. Question 3: chapter 2, problems and applicati
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UTSCMGEB60H3Iris AuWinter

MGEB60H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Production Function, Consumption Function, Factors Of Production

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13 Feb 2016
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Chapter 7: economic growth i: capital accumulation and population growth. Chapters 7 & 8 study the solow growth model, and use it to explain growth fac
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UTSCMGEB60H3Iris AuWinter

MGEB60H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George J. Borjas, Economist Group, Real Interest Rate

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13 Feb 2016
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The following questions are related to the article myths and migration: do immigrants really. Hurt american workers" wages? , the economist, april 6th,
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UTSCMGEB60H3Iris AuWinter

MGEB60H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Real Interest Rate, Decimal Mark, Percentage Point

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13 Feb 2016
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 2: EESA06 Lec2

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13 Feb 2016
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Very little in geoscience makes sense without the theory of plate tectonics. >>>history (earlier theories and the development of plate tectonic theory)
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 3: EESA06 Lec3

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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 1: EESA06 Lec1

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13 Feb 2016
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Matter and energy ows between all the spheres. Atmosphere - envelope of gases around our planet. Biosphere - living and dead organic matter (not the sa
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 5: EESA06 Lec5

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13 Feb 2016
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Source>process>product = sediments (ions in sol. and animal shells)>deposited(or precipitated out of solution or cemented)>sedimentary rocks! -depositi
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 6: EESA06 Lec6

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13 Feb 2016
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Earthquakes are not very easy to predict, the technology does not exist. >risk: how severe a hazard is going to be esp. taking into consideration the h
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture 4: EESA06 Lec4

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13 Feb 2016
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Igneous rocks = born of re, from magma solidifying. >a mineral is a homogenous solid formed through geological processes; is usually highly ordered ato
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UTSCMGEB02H3A.MazaheriFall

MGEB02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Scarborough, Demand Curve, Indifference Curve

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27 Jan 2016
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You are allowed the use of a non-programmable calculator. Answer all following 6 questions in the exam paper: Question-1 [35 points] answer the followi
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UTSCMGEB02H3A.MazaheriFall

MGEB02H3 Final: Sample Final

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27 Jan 2016
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You are allowed the use of a non-programmable calculator. Answer all following 6 questions in the exam paper: Question-1 [35 points] answer the followi
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: International Financial Reporting Standards, Management Control System, Total Quality Management

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20 Jan 2016
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Icq, Snowplow, Net Present Value

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20 Jan 2016
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12. 26 npv, irr, arr and payback methods - amaro clinic: the net present value is (,000 x 5. 2161) - 20,000 = ,080, the factor for the internal rate of
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Icq

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20 Jan 2016
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Desired ending inventory (% of next month"s production) Desired ending inventory (% of next month"s sales) 10. 31 production, labour, materials, and sa
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Icq, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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20 Jan 2016
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16. 21 ri, roi and eva - brannard company: residual income. = operating income (rate of return x average assets) = adjusted after-tax income [weighted
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Icq, Variable Cost, Contribution Margin

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20 Jan 2016
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If the transfer price is more than , the manager would be better off buying the component from an external supplier. The company should be indifferent
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Icq, Transfer Pricing, Fixed Cost

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20 Jan 2016
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The bit division manufactures an electronic device and purchases a component, part x22, from the part division of the same company. The division manage
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cash Flow, Retool, Snowplow

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20 Jan 2016
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Amaro clinic, a not-for-profit institution not subject to income taxes, is considering the purchase of new equipment costing ,000 to achieve cash savin
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Icq, Kilogram, Accounts Payable

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20 Jan 2016
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Upward inc. has projected sales to be 10,000 units in january; 12,000 units in february; 8,000 units in march;10,000 units in. Management has determine
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Icq, Contribution Margin, Variable Cost

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20 Jan 2016
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Yoklic corporation currently manufactures a subassembly for its main product. Regina corp. has contacted yoklic with an offer to sell it 5,000 subassem
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Icq, Fixed Cost, Variable Cost

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20 Jan 2016
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4. 21 make or buy, qualitative factors - yoklic corporation: the relevant information for this problem includes the variable costs to make and the purc
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Contribution Margin, Infor

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20 Jan 2016
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Faced with headquarters" desire to add a new product line, stefan grenier, manager of bilti. Products" east division, felt that he had to see the numbe
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Icq, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Current Liability

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20 Jan 2016
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The following selected data pertain to brannard company"s construction division for last year: Required: calculate the residual income, calculate the r
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UTSCMGAB03H3G.Quan FunSummer

MGAB03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Payback Period, Marginal Cost, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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20 Jan 2016
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Question 1: the income statement would be: Sales revenue (72,000 loaves . 25 per loaf) Less cost of ingredients (,000 40%) ,000 15 years = ,200 per yea
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