Management accounting has evolved over the years to provide information for: determining the cost of product and services and financial control; management planning and control, reducing waste of organisational resources in business processes; and creating shareholder and customer value by effectively using organisational resources

Management accounting has evolved over the years to provide information for: determining the cost of product and services and financial control; management planning and control, reducing waste of organisational resources in business processes; and creating shareholder and customer value by effectively using organisational resources. Therefore, organisations’ management accounting practices (MAPs) are crucial to improving organisational performance and ensuring the sustainability of organisations in the current competitive business environment. Existing literature, grounded in several theories, have advanced several determinants and consequences of MAPs in companies. Discuss the factors that influence the MAPs of companies and the effects of MAPs on firms. The discourse must identify and discuss the relevance of management accounting theories in explaining these determinants and the consequences of MAPs in organisations.

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On December 31, 2019, the entity sold an equipment in exchange for a noninterest bearing note requiring five annual payments of P500,000

Kaku Company is a dealer in equipment. On December 31, 2019, the entity sold an equipment in exchange for a noninterest bearing note requiring five annual payments of P500,000. The first payment was made on December 31, 2020. The market interest for similar notes was 8%. The relevant present value factors were: PV of 1 at 8% for 5 periods 0.68 PV of an ordinary annuity of 1 at 8% for 5 periods 3.99 REQUIRED: Prepare journal entries for 2019 and 2020. Determine the carrying amount of the note receivable on December 31, 2020. Determine the interest income for 2021.

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Using C++ do the following – Create a structure for student (ID, Name, address all strings) – Create hash table class with the required methods for students based on their address

Using C++ do the following – Create a structure for student (ID, Name, address all strings) – Create hash table class with the required methods for students based on their address. Hash table contents should be the index of the element in the original array. – In Main function – Put three student objects in an Array. – Create Hash table object of size = 7 – Insert the indexes of those objects into a hash table object from the hash table class. Transcribed Image Text: Using C++ do the following
– Create a structure for student (ID, Name, address all strings)
– Create hash table class with the required methods for students based on their
address. Hash table contents should be the index of the element in the original
array.
– In Main function
– Put three student objects in an Array.
– Create Hash table object of size = 7
– Insert the indexes of those objects into a hash table object from the hash
table class.

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Transcribed Image Text: Use Gauss-Jordan row reduction to solve the given system of equations

Transcribed Image Text: Use Gauss-Jordan row reduction to solve the given system of equations. (If there is no solution, enter NO SOLUTION. If the system is dependent, express your answer using the parameters x, y, z, u, and/or v.)
X +
X +
Зх + Зу +
V = 2
v = 8
3z + U + 3y = 18
V = -14
y +
y + z
Z + u +
+
-X – y – Z + u –
-3x – 3y – 3z + U – 3v = -30
(х, у, 2, и, v) –

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Three charges, q1 = + q, q2 =– q, and q3 =+q, are

Transcribed Image Text: I Review
Three charges, q1 = + q, q2 =– q, and q3 =+q, are
at the vertices of an equilateral triangle, as shown in the
figure.(Figure 1)
Part A
Rank the three charges in order of decreasing
magnitude of the electric force they experience.
Rank charges from largest to smallest magnitude
of the electric force they experience. To rank
items as equivalent, overlap them.
92
93
Figure
1 of 1
Largest
91 = +9
is.
y
The correct ranking cannot be determined.
93 = +9
92 =-9
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I need the answer as soon as possible Transcribed Image Text: Which one of the following elements is expected to have the highest electronegativity

I need the answer as soon as possible Transcribed Image Text: Which one of the following elements is expected to have the highest electronegativity?
Element y: I.E1 = 2.5 x 103 kJ/mol and E.A1 = 3.0 x 103 kJ/mol
O Element t: I.E1 = 2.5 x 10° kJ/mol and E.A1 = 1.0 x 10° kJ/mol
O Element x: I.E1 = 2.0 x 103 kJ/mol and E.A1 = 2.0 x 10° kJ/mol
O Element q: I.E1 = 1.0 x 10° kJ/mol and E.A1 = 4.0 x 10° kJ/mol
O Element z: I.E1 = 3.0 x 10° kJ/mol and E.A1 = 1.0 x 10° kJ/mol

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A particle in the infinite square well has the initial wave function

Part f Transcribed Image Text: 1. A particle in the infinite square well has the initial wave function
L
2Ax,
0

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Transcribed Image Text: a trader usually buys two kinds of rice 60 kg

Transcribed Image Text: a trader usually buys two kinds of rice 60 kg
head rice at a price of Rp. 7,000.00 per kg
and 40 kg of organic rice at a price of Rp.
8,000.00 per kg, the two types of rice are
mixed and sold at a price of Rp. 8,000.00.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the
price of rice has experienced an increase of
5%. In order for the merchant to continue to
make a 10% profit, the rice must be sold at a
price…
A. Rp. 8,500 per kg
B. Rp. 8,547 per kg
C. Rp. 8,550 per kg
D. Rp. 8,600 per kg

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Following is the trial balance of Bank of Baroda for the year ended 31st December 2019 (Amounts are in 000’ OMR) Particulars Debit OMR Credit OMR Furniture & Fixtures 37

Following is the trial balance of Bank of Baroda for the year ended 31st December 2019 (Amounts are in 000’ OMR) Particulars Debit OMR Credit OMR Furniture & Fixtures 37.5 Salaries to Director 7.5 Repairs 3.75 Audit fees 3.75 Loans against assets 37.5 Rent & Repairs 7.5 Salaries 15 Other assets 37.5 Loans 112.5 Deposits 150 Interest on loans 56.25 Interest on deposits 37.5 Share Capital 93.75 Total 300 300 Adjustments : i.          Provide for depreciation on furniture & fixtures 20% and on other assets 10% ii.           Provide for a loss of credit 20% of loans. iii.            An outstanding amount of salary of OMR 1.5 (Amount are in 000’ OMR) yet to be paid. iv.            Salaries to director amounting to OMR 3 (Amount are in 000’ OMR) paid in advance. From the above information Prepare Income Statement and Statement of Financial Position. Based on the prepared Statements answer the following ‘6’ multiple choice questions (Do not upload Income Statement and Statement of Financial Position in moodle). Identify from the prepared statements which one of the sentence is correct? a. Loss of credit of OMR 22,500 is deducted in non-interest expenses and added to other assets b. Loss of credit of OMR 22,500 is deducted from other comprehensive income and added to advances c. Loss of credit of OMR 22,500 is added in non-interest expenses and deducted from advances d. Loss of credit of OMR 22,500 is added in interest expenses and deducted from loan against assets Identify from the calculated value, which one of the following statement is correct: a. Deficit of OMR 64,500 transferred to asset side of the Statement of Financial Position b. Surplus of OMR 102,000 transferred to liability side of the Statement of Financial Position c. Surplus of OMR 64,500 transferred to asset side of the Statement of Financial Position d. Deficit of OMR 51,000 transferred to asset side of the Statement of Financial Position Total of both credit side and asset side of the Statement of Financial Position will be: a. OMR 204,750 b. OMR 247,950 c. OMR 245,250 d. OMR 234,450 Total value of advances after adjustments will be: a. OMR 145,500 b. OMR 117,000 c. OMR 115,500 d. OMR 130,500 Total non-interest expenses of OMR 69,750 of a bank will be recorded under: a. Note: 15 b. Note: 14 c. Note: 13 d. Note: 16 Outstanding salary of OMR 1,500 will be: a. Added with salaries in income statement and recorded under liability side of the statement of financial position b. Deducted with salaries in income statement and recorded under asset side of the statement of financial position c. Deducted with interest income in income statement and recorded under asset side of the statement of financial position d. Added with interest expenses in income statement and recorded under asset side of the statement of financial position

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Transcribed Image Text: Inflation, nominal interest rates, and real rates

Transcribed Image Text: Inflation, nominal interest rates, and real rates. Given the following information, , estimate the real rate with the approximate nominal interest rate equation and the true nominal interest rate equation (Fisher effect) for each
set of nominal and inflation rates.
First, fill in the approximate real interest rate in the following table: (Round to two decimal places.)
Approximate
Real Rate
Nominal Rate
Infiation Rate
11.0%
6.5% Transcribed Image Text: n the approximate real interest rate in the followi
Data Table
– X
minal Rate
Inflation Rate
11.0%
6.5%
(Click on the following icon in order to copy its contents into a spreadsheet.)
Approximate
Real Rate
True
Nominal Rate
Inflation Rate
Real Rate
11.0%
6.5%
4.0%
13.0%
7.0%
7.0%
19.0%
2.0%
Print
Done

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