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Henrie's Drapery Service is investigating the purchase of a new machine for cleaning and blocking drapes. The machine would cost $137,320, including freight and installation. Henrie's estimated the new machine would increase the company's cash inflows, net of expenses, by$40,000 per year. The machine would have a five-year useful life and no salvage value.
What is the machine's internal rate of return to the nearest whole percent?
Using a discount rate of 14%, what is the machine's net present value? Interpret your results.
Suppose the new machine would increase the company's annual cash inflows, net of expenses, by only $37,150 per year. Under these conditions, what is the internal rate of return to the nearest whole percent?
Jan Petri is the owner and operator of You’re the One, a motivational consulting business. At the end of its accounting period, December 31, 2011, You’re the One has assets of $575,000 and liabilities of$125,000. Using the accounting equation, determine the following amounts: b. Owner’s equity, as of December 31, 2012, assuming that assets increased by $85,000 and liabilities increased by$30,000 during 2012
Pumpkin Company is going through bankruptcy reorganization. It signed a $200,000 note payable prior to the order for relief. The company believes that this note will be settled for$60,000 in cash. It is also possible that the creditor will instead take a piece of land that cost the company $50,000 but is valued at$72,000. On a balance sheet prepared during the reorganization period, how will this debt be included?
A firm is evaluating the acquisition of an asset that costs $ 64 , 000 \$ 64,000 $64 , 000 and requires $ 4 , 000 \$ 4,000 $4 , 000 in installation costs. If the firm depreciates the asset under MACRS, using a 5 5 5 year recovery period (see Table 4.2 4.2 4.2 on page 117 for the applicable depreciation percentages), calculate the depreciation charge for each year.
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Problem focused coping is probably more likely to happen if the person feels they can control the stressor. Emotion-focused coping is more likely in cases
1.) problem focused coping: dealing directly with the stressfull situation either by reducing its demands or by increasing our capacity to deal with the
Problem-focused strategies are simply solution-oriented approaches to dealing with a situation that causes stress. If the problem is due to something that can
- involves the assessment of the stressor - and thereby cognitive skills and assessing one's own thinking/processing of situations and stressors. Tap the card
Problem-Focused Coping uses... systematic problem-solving · 4 Steps to increase problem solving skills. 1. clarify the problem 2. · Seeking Help. Friends, family
Terms in this set (8) · 1. in uncontrollable situations · 2. when person is dispositionally inclined to experience intense emotions and express emotions · 3. when
Researched into how people cope with stress found that coping strategies fall into two main types. These are emotion-focused and problem-focused strategies
Terms in this set (8) · Stress Moderators · Coping · Negative affectivity · Psychological control · Coping style · Problem focused coping · Emotion focused coping.
1. Problem-Focused Coping; Taking an active role to solve problems and fixing the source of the problem. · 2. Emotion-Focused Coping; Managing one's reaction to
2. Emotion focused- coping relates to reflecting on the emotional experience elicited by the situation, includes rumination, blaming others, panic, or dismay