Both product development strategies and diversification strategies involve ________. A. leaving the current market selling a company's B. current products developing a new product C. selling in a company's current market D. selling in new as well as existing markets

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Answer 1
Answer:

The options are:

A. leaving the current market selling a company's current products B. developing a new product C. selling in a company's current market D. selling in new as well as existing markets.

Answer:

B. developing a new product

Explanation:

Both when involved in product development strategy and diversification there will be development of a new product.

In product development strategy involves bringing new innovation to customers. New products that the market needs are developed.

In diversification strategy involves entering a new market and developing new product to get market share.

Answer 2
Answer:

Both product development strategies and diversification strategies involveselling in new as well as existing markets. Hence option D is correct.

Both product development strategies and diversification strategies involve expanding a company's market reach. Product development strategies focus on introducing new products or improving existing products to target the company's current market.

On the other hand, diversification strategies involve entering new markets with either new or existing products. Both approaches aim to increase the company's market share and revenue by reaching new customers or expanding the offerings to existing customers.

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2. How much total bond interest expense will be recognized over the life of these bonds?
3. Prepare an effective interest amortization table for these bonds.

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Answer:

1. What is the amount of the discount on these bonds at issuance?

$18,885

2. How much total bond interest expense will be recognized over the life of these bonds?

total interest expense = ($248,000 x 7% x 3 years) + $18,885 = $70,965

3. Prepare an effective interest amortization table for these bonds.

see attached PDF

Explanation:

the journal entry to record the issuance

January 1, 2019, bonds issued at a discount

Dr Cash 229,115

Dr Discount on bonds payable 18,885

    Cr Bonds payable 248,000

Final answer:

The discount on the bonds at issuance is $18,885. The total bond interest paid over the life of the bonds is $52,080. An effective interest amortization table can be created to track the interest expense, reduction of discount, and carrying value at each period.

Explanation:

In the scenario you described, the bonds have a par value of $248,000 and they were sold for $229,115. The discount on the bonds at issuance is the difference between the par value and the amount they were sold for: $248,000 - $229,115 = $18,885.

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Answer and Explanation:

The Journal entries are shown below:-

Office equipment Dr, RM8,000

               To Cash RM3,000

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(Being purchase of office equipment is recorded)

Here we debited the office equipment as it increased the assets and credited the cash and account payable as it decreased the assets and increased the liabilities

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Explanation:

On January 2, 2020, real property taxes were levied for the year in the amount of $1,878,700. It was estimated that 2 percent of the levy would be uncollectible. Required: Record this transaction in both the General Fund and governmental activities journal. (Note: Type 4-a-1 as the paragraph number in the [Add description] field for this entry; 4-a-2 for the next transaction, etc. Careful referencing by paragraph number is very helpful should you need to determine where you may have omitted a required journal entry or made an error.) For the General Fund you will be directed to the Detail Journal. Select "Accrued Revenue" in the drop down [Description] menu in the Detail Journal related to the General Fund entry.

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Answer:

The Journal entries are as follows:

(i) General fund

Property taxes receivable current A/c             Dr. $1,878,700

To Allowance for uncollectible current taxes                          $37,574

To Revenue                                                                               $1,841,126

(To record general fund)

(ii) Governmental activities

Property taxes receivable current A/c             Dr. $1,878,700

To Allowance for uncollectible current taxes                          $37,574

To Revenue                                                                               $1,841,126

(To record governmental activities)

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Woodman Company uses a predetermined overhead rate based on direct labor-hours to apply manufacturing overhead to jobs. Estimated and actual data for direct labor and manufacturing overhead for last year are as follows: Estimated Actual
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Answer:

Underapplied overhead= $20,000

Explanation:

Giving the following information:

Estimated Actual

Direct Labor Hours: 600,000 550,000

Manufacturing Overhead Estimated $720,000 $680,000

I assume that we need to calculate the over/under applied overhead.

First, we need to determine  the predetermined overhead rate:

Predetermined manufacturing overhead rate= total estimated overhead costs for the period/ total amount of allocation base

Predetermined manufacturing overhead rate= 720,000/600,000

Predetermined manufacturing overhead rate= $1.2 per direct labor hour

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Allocated MOH= $660,000

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Under/over applied overhead= real overhead - allocated overhead

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In June 2007 General Motors (GM) posted a price-earnings ratio of 9.84. Ifthe price of the stock at that time was $36 per share, which of the following
must have been true?
a. GMâs earnings per share was 3.66.
b. GMâs coupon payment was $35 per year.
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Answer:

General Motors (GM)

If  the price of the stock at that time was $36 per share, the true statement is:

a. GM's earnings per share was 3.66.

Explanation:

a) Data and Calculations:

Price-earnings ratio = 9.84

Market price of stock at that time = $36 per share

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Check:

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