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  • Nonprofit organizations, such as agencies of the federal government and nonprofit hospitals, do not need managerial accounting because they do not have to earn a profit. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not?

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  • Students planning a career in marketing ask why they should learn about accounting. How would you respond?

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  • The cost of my trip to Hawaii was $3,000. Using the concept of cost developed in this chapter explain why this statement is ambiguous.

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  • Give three examples of variable costs and three examples of fixed costs in a fast-food restaurant.

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  • Cliff Lawrence owns CL Skating, an ice-skating rink that accommodates 200 people. Cliff charges $10 per hour to skate. The cost of attendants to staff CL Skating is $100 per day. Utilities and other fixed costs average $2,000 per month. Recently, the manager of an out-of-town hockey team approached Cliff concerning renting the rink for a

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  • Susan Ortiz operates a covered parking structure that can accommodate up to 600 cars. Susan charges $6 per hour for parking. Parking attendants cost $12 per hour each to staff the cashier’s booth at Susan’s Parking. The facility has two parking attendants who each work eight hours per day. Utilities and other fixed costs average $4,00

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  • Intel is one of the world’s largest producers of microprocessors for computers. Find its most recent annual report or 10-K report (filed with the federal government) on the Internet (http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html) and review the financial statements for Intel. Which production costs are likely to be fixed and w

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  • Starbucks is a fast-growing retail and service company that provides coffee and coffee-related products. Find its most recent annual report or 10-K report (filed with the federal government) on the Internet (http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html) and review the financial statements for Starbucks. Which costs are likely t

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  • Stillneedpaper, Inc., raises trees, cuts the trees into logs, and processes the logs into paper. Stillneedpaper, Inc., sells the paper to a distributor, who then sells the paper to printers. Assume that a weighted-average cost-of-capital of 10 percent is appropriate for timber and paper processing. Here are the costs and revenues of each

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  • Iped, Inc., produces bike parts (for example, wheels, frames, tires, and sprockets) and uses these parts to assemble bikes. Iped sells the bikes to a distributor that sells the bikes to retailers. Assume that a weighted-average cost-of-capital of 12 percent is appropriate for Iped. Here are the costs and revenues of each stage of the valu

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